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WTO pact: <strong>India</strong> sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today

WTO pact: India sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  India is unlikely to yield to pressure of developed nations on pushing the WTO's Bali agreement without addressing New Delhi's concern on food security issues at the Geneva meeting on Thursday.

WTO ,   food security ,   WTO Bali pact ,   Narendra Modi ,   food security issue in WTO ,   WTO pact WTO pact: India sticks to tough stand; Cabinet to take final call today ,  
<strong>India</strong> riding on Olympic glory to conquer Glasgow

India riding on Olympic glory to conquer Glasgow

23 Jul 2014

Glasgow: India will be expecting a lion's share of medals from shooters, boxers, wrestlers and shuttlers at the 2014 Commonwealth Games starting in Glasgow on Wednesday but it would be difficult to match the record medal haul of 101 in the last edition at home.

Commonwealth Games,   CWG,   CWG 2014,   Glasgow games,   Glasgow 2014,  
<strong>Air</strong> <strong>India</strong> resumes Delhi-Moscow flight service after 15 years

Air India resumes Delhi-Moscow flight service after 15 years

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: After a gap of 15 years, national carrier Air India has resumed air service to Moscow with the launch of non-stop daily New Delhi-Moscow flight on July 18.

Air India,   Delhi Moscow flight,   fares,   aircraft,  
Girl child being seen as a burden in <strong>India</strong>, says UN Report

Girl child being seen as a burden in India, says UN Report

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Indian parents' fear of their inability to find a suitable groom for their daughters along with the societal pressure to pay huge sum of dowry adds to the feeling of the girl child being a 'burden', says a UN report.

Girl child,   sex ration in India,   United Nations,   UN report of girl child,   social issues against girl child,   child rights in India,   child rights violations in India ,  
<strong>Air</strong> <strong>India</strong>, Jet to avoid airspace over war-torn eastern Ukraine

Air India, Jet to avoid airspace over war-torn eastern Ukraine

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Indian carriers, Air India and Jet Airways, are likely to avoid the airspace of war-torn eastern Ukraine in view of reported shooting down of a Malaysian airline in which all 295 people on board were killed on Thursday.

Air India,   Jet Airways,   war-torn eastern Ukraine,   Malaysian airline,   Ukraine,   operate flights to US,   Malaysia Airlines plane ,  
597 defence personnel committed suicide in last 5 years: Government

597 defence personnel committed suicide in last 5 years: Government

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The armed forces lost 597 personnel, who suicide in the last five years while 1,349 officers quit the Army during the same period, Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday. From 2009 to 2013, 597 armed forces personnel committed suicide, 498 from the Army, 83 from the Air Force and 16 from the Navy, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said in written reply.

Defence personnel,   suicide,   government,   Army,   Navy,   Air force,   ,  
<strong>Air</strong> <strong>India</strong> keeps open option of leasing three Boeing 777-200 planes

Air India keeps open option of leasing three Boeing 777-200 planes

16 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Air India, which has floated bids for the sale of three Boeing 777-200 planes, on Wednesday said it has kept the option open for leasing them out if it does not get suitable price for them.

Air India,   Boeing 777 planes,   US Exim bank,   Boeing 777-200 Long Range,   Boeing,  
Gaza crisis: 583 Palestinians, 27 IDF soldiers killed; no sign of ceasefire

Gaza crisis: 583 Palestinians, 27 IDF soldiers killed; no sign of ceasefire

22 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Israeli air strikes on Tuesday killed seven people in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, raising the Palestinian toll to 583 in the 15-day conflict that has also left 27 Israeli soldiers dead, even as international efforts to forge a ceasefire continues in Qatar and Egypt.

Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip,   Israeli air strikes,   Gaza crisis,   Qatar,   Egypt,   ceasefire,   Palestinian toll,  ,  ,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> firms borrowed USD 1.89 billion from overseas markets in June: RBI

India firms borrowed USD 1.89 billion from overseas markets in June: RBI

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Borrowings by Indian firms declined by over 3 percent from a year ago to USD 1.89 billion in June 2014, according to Reserve Bank data released on Tuesday.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   India Inc,   HPCL,   Mittal Pipelines Limited,  
<strong>Air</strong> <strong>India</strong> formally becomes 27th member of Star Alliance

Air India formally becomes 27th member of Star Alliance

11 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Air India on Friday formally became the 27th member of Star Alliance, opening up its domestic network in the fifth largest aviation market to the global airlines grouping's passengers the world over.

Air India,   Star Alliance,   Mark Schwab,   Rohit Nandan,   IGI Airport,  

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