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PM Modi's first year: <strong>India</strong> tipped to overtake China despite sluggish feel

PM Modi's first year: India tipped to overtake China despite sluggish feel

28 May 2015

New Delhi: When government releases gross domestic product (GDP) data on Friday that is expected to show the economy growing faster than China for a second consecutive quarter, skeptics could be forgiven for asking: Why does it feel so slow?

Modi government,   Modi one year,   Gross domestic product,   India GDP,   Indian economy,   China economy ,  
GDP may have grown at 7.3 percent in FY15: <strong>India</strong> Ratings

GDP may have grown at 7.3 percent in FY15: India Ratings

28 May 2015

Mumbai: Rating agency India Ratings and Research said the country's GDP may have grown at 7.3 percent in FY 2014-15 which is slightly lower than Centre's estimate of 7.4 percent.

Rating agency,   India Ratings,   GDP,   India growth,   Indian economy ,  
<strong>India</strong> gets its first transgender college principal

India gets its first transgender college principal

27 May 2015

Kolkata: India will get its first transgender college principal on June 9 when Manabi Bandopadhyay takes charge of Krishnagar Women's College in West Bengal's Nadia district.

Manabi Bandopadhyay ,   transgender,   transgender college principal,   Third sex,   Manabi Bandopadhyay,   West Bengal government,   Krishnagar Women College,   Latest state news,  
<strong>Air</strong> <strong>India</strong> Plane with 169 on board makes emergency landing after crack in windshield

Air India Plane with 169 on board makes emergency landing after crack in windshield

19 May 2015

Lucknow: An Air India Airbus carrying 169 passengers to Bhubaneshwar from Delhi made emergency land at the airport here on Tuesday after a crack developed in its windshield. According to officers all passengers are safe.

AI Airbus,   Emergency landing,   Lucknow Airport,   Airport Director S C Hota,   Snag in Plane,   Latest Nation News ,  
Centre will not tolerate anti-<strong>India</strong> activities: Rajnath to separatists

Centre will not tolerate anti-India activities: Rajnath to separatists

27 May 2015

Jammu: Offering a soft stand to those who wish to hold dialogue to discuss all 'vexed issues', the Centre on Wednesday sent a strong message to separatists saying, those raising pro-Pak slogans and waving Pakistani flags on Indian territory will be dealt with severely.

Rajnath Singh,   pro Pak slogans,   Pakistan,   anti national activities,   Pakistani flags,   PoK,   Indo Pak relations,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Home Minister,   Latest India news,  
OnePlus likely to launch 'OnePlus Two' smartphone on June 1 in <strong>India</strong>

OnePlus likely to launch 'OnePlus Two' smartphone on June 1 in India

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is all set to unviel a new product, likely to be OnePlus Two, on June 1 as the company posted a teaser tweet on its official account, indicating the plans to launch 'something big'.

OnePlus,   OnePlus One,   OnePlus Two,   smartphone,   chinese smartphone,   Twitter post,   Latest technology news,  
Swedish daily claims <strong>India</strong> wanted Bofors portions to be retracted from President interview

Swedish daily claims India wanted Bofors portions to be retracted from President interview

27 May 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee's remarks on Bofors issue to a Swedish daily sparked off a controversy on Wednesday with India protesting publication of "slip of tongue" comments and the newspaper alleging that the Indian Ambassador had asked it to retract the relevant portions.

Pranab Mukherjee,   President,   Bofors scam,   President interview on Bofors,   Dagens Nyhetter,   Sweden,   Latest India news,  
<strong>India</strong> to become self-reliant in urea sector in next four years: Ananth Kumar

India to become self-reliant in urea sector in next four years: Ananth Kumar

27 May 2015

Jamshedpur: The country will become self-reliant in urea and fertilizer in the next four years and is aiming to become the steel hub of the world, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers, Ananth Kumar said on Wednesday.  

Ananth Kumar,   urea,   urea production in India,   Agriculture,   Agriculture in India,   Narendra Modi,   Latest India news,   ,  
HOOQ forays into <strong>India</strong> to tap video-on-demand market

HOOQ forays into India to tap video-on-demand market

27 May 2015

New Delhi: HOOQ, a joint venture of SingTel, Sony Pictures Television and Warner Bros, on Tuesday said it will launch its video-on-demand service in India to tap the growing demand for international and regional content in the country.

HOOQ,   SingTel,   Sony Pictures,   Warner Bros,   Video on demand,   Online video ,  
Breastfeeding protects babies from <strong>air</strong> pollution

Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

25 May 2015

London: Mother's milk may protect her babies from the adverse effects of environmental pollution, suggests a new research. The researchers assessed how exposure to environmental pollution during pregnancy affects health and examine the role of diet in physical and neuro-behavioural development in infancy.

Breastfeeding,   mother milk,   air pollution,   environmental pollution,   health care,   latest lifestyle news,  

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