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<strong>Indian</strong>, American business leaders to discuss bilateral trade

Indian, American business leaders to discuss bilateral trade

24 Apr 2014

Washington: In a bid to explore new opportunities to take the Indo-US commercial ties to the next level, top business leaders of the two countries will review business relationship and suggest a smooth pathway for bilateral trade.

India,   American,   bilateral trade,   business leaders,   Washington,   FICCI-IIFA Global Business Forum 2014,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Railways launches new mobile app to track train schedules

Indian Railways launches new mobile app to track train schedules

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The information and technology arm of Indian Railways, Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS), launched a new mobile application on Wednesday, which will help people to get information on expected arrival and departure timings of a particular train on their mobile phones besides tracking its position on a real time basis.

Indian Railways,   Indian Railway mobile app,   train schedules,   CRIS,   CRIS launches mobile app,   ,  
Meteorological Department forecasts below normal monsoon

Meteorological Department forecasts below normal monsoon

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: After four years of normal and above normal monsoon, India is expected to have below normal Monsoon this year with rainfall projected to be 95 percent, a news which is disappointing for the farming community.

Meteorological Department,   IMD,   Indian Meteorological Department,   Monsoon,   monsoon in India ,  
PM to meet Planning Commission members on Wednesday

PM to meet Planning Commission members on Wednesday

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In what is being considered as a farewell meeting, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet the full-time members of the Planning Commission on Wednesday to take stock of the economy and progress of developmental works undertaken during the UPA regime.

Manmohan Singh,   Planning Commission,   UPA,   Indian economy,   Yojana Bhawan,  
Italy mulling international arbitration over two marines

Italy mulling international arbitration over two marines

24 Apr 2014

Rome: Italy is mulling international arbitration over its two marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 as bilateral efforts have failed, Defence Minister Federica Mogherini said on Thursday.

Italian marines,   Indian fishermen,   Federica Mogherini,   Fishermen killing,   Supreme Court,  
Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in India

Gorilla glass maker Corning targets tie ups in India

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Corning, which makes Gorilla glass used in smartphones, is eyeing domestic handset makers to strengthen its presence and increase revenue from the country, which is a key mobile phone market.

Corning,   Gorilla glass,   indian tie up,   Gorilla glass smartphones,   indian handsets,   indian handset makers,   mobile phone market,   indian smartphone brands,  
Gold gains for third-day on sustained buying, global cues

Gold gains for third-day on sustained buying, global cues

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Continuing its rising streak for the third day, gold gained Rs 150 to Rs 30,590 per ten grams in the national capital on Thursday on sustained buying by stockists and jewellery fabricators amid a firming global trend.

gold price,   silver price,   bullion report,   bullion market,   gold market,   silver market,   indian gold market,  
IPL 7: Struggling Sunrisers Hyderabad take on inconsistent Delhi Daredevils

IPL 7: Struggling Sunrisers Hyderabad take on inconsistent Delhi Daredevils

24 Apr 2014

Dubai: After a disastrous start to their campaign with two successive defeats, bottom-placed Sunrisers Hyderabad will be eager to bounce back against an inconsistent Delhi Daredevils, who are likely to be boosted by the return by Kevin Pietersen, in the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Friday.

Sunrisers Hyderabad,   Delhi Daredevils,   SRH vs DD,   Indian Premier League,   IPL 7,   IPL 2014,  
Boxer Solanki grabs last available Youth Olympics quota spot

Boxer Solanki grabs last available Youth Olympics quota spot

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Asian champion Gaurav Solanki (52kg) was third time lucky as he grabbed the final chance of qualifying for the Youth Olympics by beating Brazil's Carlos Silva in a fiercely-contested box-off in the World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Gaurav Solanki,   Indian boxers,   World Boxing Championships,   Youth boxing,   Asia boxers,  
<strong>Indian</strong> archers take pole at Archery World Cup

Indian archers take pole at Archery World Cup

23 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Indian men's team of Viswas, Jayanta Talukdar and Rahul Banerjee took the pole, while the inexperienced women's side failed to make the cut at the Archery World Cup Stage I in Shanghai on Wednesday.

Indian archers,   World archers,   Archery World Cup,   World archers,   Archery India ,  

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