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As tourist traffic grows, airlines plan more India-Russia flights

As tourist traffic grows, airlines plan more India-Russia flights

The new flights come against the backdrop of the Indian government's move to boost air connectivity with Central Asia and tap the interest of Russian investors in India. IMAGE: Goa, with its sun-kissed beaches, remains a chief lure for tourists from Russia. Goa's beaches and warm weather has lured Russian tourists for years. Each winter thousands of Russians come to Goa in chartered flights for sun and surf. However, regular air connectivity between two countries is limited to Aeroflot's ..., 22 hours ago

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UP sitting on 2900-tonne goldmine at Sonbhadra

According to the Geological Survey of India (GSI) and UP geology and mining directorate reports, gold reserves totalling 2,944 tonnes have been found in the Sona Pahadi and Hardi blocks of the backward Sonbhadra district. Gold reserves, estimated at more than 2,900 tonnes, have been found at Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh with the state government now gearing up for auctioning the mines for extraction of the precious metal. According to the Geological Survey of India (GSI) and UP geology ...
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Why BJP should be grateful to Rahul Bajaj

'A close relationship between India Inc and the government cannot help the BJP win elections.''While Opposition parties may feel good about Mr Bajaj criticising the Modi regime, the BJP should be seeing the indictment as a political boon,' says A K Bhattacharya. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/   Senior industry leader Rahul Bajaj has posed an important question for the Narendra Damodardas Modi government. Why is industry afraid of speaking out on the government's economic ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'Spectacle is a big part of why Trump is coming to India'

'If there were no Ahmedabad programme -- no flashy town hall event in a huge cricket stadium with thousands cheering him on -- then Trump may well have decided not to go to India.' IMAGE: February 18, 2020: The Gujarat police bomb disposal squad scan a tank along the route that United States President Donald J Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi will take during Trump's visit to Ahmedabad. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters   "This is not a president who revels in globe-girdling ...
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Coronavirus may lead to delayed car deliveries

After years of giving free passes to counterparts from Korea, Japan, US in the Indian auto market, Chinese automakers had planned a major push to grab the fifth largest car market in the world.  But the shutdown of factories and logistics hubs in the country following the outbreak of coronavirus is slowly constricting the business of Chinese auto majors which have recently entered India.  IMAGE: A model stands next to a newly designed car being introduced by Hyundai Motors at the ...
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Nirmalaji, the defence services need more money!

'The government must provide more funds to enable the armed forces to fight and win tomorrow's wars,' states Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). Photograph: R Raveendran/ANI Photo   At a juncture when the nation is confronting multifarious and rapidly growing threats and challenges, very surprisingly, the funds earmarked for defence expenditure in the Union Budget for financial year 2019-2020 were grossly inadequate to meet the requirements of defence preparedness. The defence budget for the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

India reports first case of Coronavirus; Kerala woman tests positive

India reported its first case of the Coronavirus in Kerala on Thursday and the patient has been kept in an isolation ward, the state health minister said even as the government stepped up its efforts to detect and prevent the spread of the virus that has killed at least 170 people and infected more that 7,700 in China. The government will also evacuate Indians on Friday from China's Wuhan city, the epicentre of the deadly Coronavirus, which has spread to at least 17 countries already. Soon ...
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Record gold prices pare India's gold demand by 9 pc

India's gold demand fell nine per cent to 690.4 tonnes in 2019 from the previous calendar year as record domestic prices and economic slowdown dented retail purchase, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday.  Photograph: Ajay Verma / Reuters. However, in 2020, gold demand in India -- the world's second biggest consumer after China -- could increase to 700-800 tonnes on hopes of increased acceptance of high price level and likely economic reforms boosting consumer confidence.  ...
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MG Motors' electric vehicle sold out before launch

This number is more than the total number (1,071) of electric cars sold in India in calendar year 2019. MG has stopped registrations for the ZS and will cater to 2,409 of the total bookings. MG Motors (Morris Garages) that sells the Hector brand of a premium SUV has received bookings for a little over 2,800 units in 27 days for MG ZS, its electric vehicle model that is set to go on sale from Wednesday. This number is more than the total number (1,071) of electric cars sold in India in calendar ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Needed: A new policy for the Indian Diaspora

On matters relating to the Diaspora, the Centre needs to call the shots, suggests Ambassador T P S Sreenivasan. IMAGE: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan addresses the Loka Kerala Sabha, January 2, 2020. Photograph: Kind courtesy Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan/Twitter   The wheel set off by Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi by inviting the states to be involved in formulating and implementing foreign policy has come full circle when a major congregation of overseas Indians was ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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