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Congress questions government invite to Amitabh Bachchan for <strong>India</strong> Gate programme

Congress questions government invite to Amitabh Bachchan for India Gate programme

25 May 2016

New Delhi: The Congress today questioned the government's decision to invite Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan to host a show at India Gate here on May 28 to highlight the Narendra Modi government's achievements in the last two years.

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Watching <strong>India</strong>-Iran ties 'very closely': US

Watching India-Iran ties 'very closely': US

25 May 2016

Washington: The US is "watching very closely" India's growing ties with Iran after it recently pledged USD 500 million for developing the Chabahar port and will see if its legal parameters and requirements are being met, the Obama Administration has told lawmakers.

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PM Narendra Modi: The man with iron will, and means to achieve

PM Narendra Modi: The man with iron will, and means to achieve

25 May 2016

Hard work never brings fatigue; it brings satisfaction- Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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Samsung launches tablet with iris-recognition technology

Samsung launches tablet with iris-recognition technology

25 May 2016

New Delhi: South Korean tech giant Samsung today launched a new tablet device, equipped with iris-recognition technology, aimed at government and enterprises in India.

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No compulsion of saying Om during Yoga Day: Ayush Minister

No compulsion of saying Om during Yoga Day: Ayush Minister

25 May 2016

New Delhi: Seeking to dispel the controversy over chanting of 'Om' during the World Yoga Day programme, Ayush Minister Shripad Naik today said there was "no compulsion" to say it.

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RBI sets rupee reference rate at 67.44 against US dollar

RBI sets rupee reference rate at 67.44 against US dollar

25 May 2016

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India today fixed the reference rate of the rupee at 67.44 against the US dollar and 75.20 for the euro.

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Militants kill three Kashmir policemen in shoot-and-run <strong>attacks</strong>

Militants kill three Kashmir policemen in shoot-and-run attacks

23 May 2016

Srinagar: Three Kashmir policemen were killed by suspected Hizbul Mujahideen militants in two separate shoot-and-run terror attacks on Monday, tearing through a lull in Srinagar that last witnessed such a strike three years ago.

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RBI says one-third of ATMS non-functional; warns of penal action

RBI says one-third of ATMS non-functional; warns of penal action

25 May 2016

Mumbai: Reserve Bank deputy governor S S Mundra has raised concerns over one-third of ATMs being non-functional and warned the banks of penal action if the compliance levels are not met.

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Congolese national's murder: VK Singh to meet African envoys

Congolese national's murder: VK Singh to meet African envoys

25 May 2016

New Delhi: In the aftermath of a Congolese national's murder here last week and the African diplomatic community seeking strong action from the government, Minister of State for External Affairs V.K. Singh will meet heads of African missions to assure the country's nationals' safety and security in India.

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Nearly half of all heart <strong>attacks</strong> are 'silent': Study

Nearly half of all heart attacks are 'silent': Study

22 May 2016

Washington: Nearly half of all heart attacks may be 'silent' and display no obvious symptoms, but significantly increase the risk of death, according to a new study.

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