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<strong>Indian</strong> woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring health: Survey

Indian woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring health: Survey

06 Mar 2015

Mumbai: As Indian women continue to endeavour to do the best in their life and profession, they are tending to neglect their health, shows a recent survey.

Indian women,   Women health,   health insurance,  
<strong>Amendment</strong> to revise number of Legislative Council members in Andhra in offing: Venkaiah Naidu

Amendment to revise number of Legislative Council members in Andhra in offing: Venkaiah Naidu

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Tuesday said an amendment to revise the number of Legislative Council members in Andhra Pradesh is in the offing.

Venkaiah Naidu,   Legislative Council members,   amendment for legislative council members,  Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act,   Parliamentary Affairs Minister,   ,  
Government faces embarrassment in Rajya Sabha; Opposition <strong>amendment</strong> passed

Government faces embarrassment in Rajya Sabha; Opposition amendment passed

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government on Tuesday faced an embarrassment in the Rajya Sabha when an amendment moved by the opposition to the President's Address over corruption and blackmoney was passed.

Modi Government,   Rajya Sabha,   Opposition,   Corruption,   Blackmoney,  
Dhoni keeps without pads against West Indies

Dhoni keeps without pads against West Indies

06 Mar 2015

Perth: Once again bringing his street-smart side to the fore, Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni kept for a few deliveries without pads as he gave his gear to Ajinkya Rahane standing at silly mid-off against Ravichandran Ashwin in the World Cup match against West Indies here on Friday.

Indian cricket captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Ajinkya Rahane,   ICC ODI World Cup,   India vs West Indies,  
Tendulkar, Dhoni contenders for greatest ODI cricketer

Tendulkar, Dhoni contenders for greatest ODI cricketer

06 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The iconic Sachin Tendulkar and Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni are among five leading contenders vying for the crown of the greatest ODI cricketer of all time.

Sachin Tendulkar,   Indian cricket captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   greatest ODI cricketer,  
Dilip Shanghvi overtakes Mukesh Ambani as richest <strong>Indian</strong>

Dilip Shanghvi overtakes Mukesh Ambani as richest Indian

05 Mar 2015

New York: Pharma tycoon Dilip Shanghvi on Wednesday surpassed Mukesh Ambani as the world's richest Indian with a net worth of USD 21.5 billion -- within two days of Reliance Industries chief being ranked India's wealthiest for 8th year.

Dilip Shanghvi,   Mukesh Ambani,   richest Indian,   Shanghvi overtakes Ambani ,  
Obama names <strong>Indian</strong> American investor as IMF director

Obama names Indian American investor as IMF director

05 Mar 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has nominated Sunil Sabharwal, an independent Indian American investor in the payments sector, as US Alternate Executive Director at International Monetary Fund for a term of two years.

IMF,   Indian American Investor,   President Barack Obama,   Sunil Sabharwal,   US Alternate Executive Director,   International Monetary Fund ,  
 Censor Board bans`Fifty Shades of Grey' from <strong>Indian</strong> cinemas

Censor Board bans`Fifty Shades of Grey' from Indian cinemas

05 Mar 2015

Mumbai: India’s government censors have said they will not allow the big-screen adaptation of erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” to be shown in Indian cinemas, a decision most had anticipated in the largely conservative country.

Censor Board,   Fifty Shades of Grey,   Indian cinemas,   Hollywood movie,   Censor Board ban,  
UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

06 Mar 2015

United Nations: Lauding India's improved disaster risk management and accuracy of its meteorological department, the UN has said timely warnings on cyclones have helped "dramatically" reduce mortality during natural calamities.

United Nation,   India,   Improved Disaster Risk Management,  Indian Met Department,   Natural Calamities,   Cyclone Phailin,   Global Assessment Report,  
Peaceful J and K polls due to those who trust in <strong>Constitution</strong> : BJP on Sayeed remark

Peaceful J and K polls due to those who trust in Constitution : BJP on Sayeed remark

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Refusing to be drawn into the row over J and K Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed's remarks crediting people across the border and separatists for the peaceful polls in the state, BJP on Sunday said the exercise had been successful due to the efforts of the Election Commission and Indian Army and of those who believe in the Indian Constitution.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   BJP-PDP alliance,   J and K polls,   BJP National Secretary,   Shrikant Sharma ,  

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