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<strong>North</strong> Korea, South Korea to play football match

North Korea, South Korea to play football match

01 Nov 2014

Seoul: The South Korean government has given its approval to a visit from under-15 football players from North Korea to play in an international tournament, in a bid to reduce tension and strengthen bilateral ties.

Seoul,   South Korean government,   under-15 football players,   North Korea,   international tournament,   bilateral ties,  
World Bank aid for power projects in <strong>North</strong> East

World Bank aid for power projects in North East

31 Oct 2014

Agartala: The World Bank would provide a major share of Rs 8,150 crore for improving power transmission system in six Northeastern states, officials said on Friday. State-owned Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd. (PGCIL) would execute the World Bank-aided projects in six of the eight Northeastern states.

World Bank,   Northeastern states,   North east,   India,   power projects,   power transmission system,   Power Grid Corporation of India,   power grid,   PGCIL,  
GDP growth to be in 5.5-5.9 percent range, says Arun Jaitley

GDP growth to be in 5.5-5.9 percent range, says Arun Jaitley

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Declining prices of crude oil and food will help lower inflation, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Friday and expressed confidence that economic growth in the current fiscal will be in the 5.5-5.9 percent range.

Crude oil,   Food inflation,   Inflation rate,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Economic growth,   Current fiscal,   Indian economy,   India GDP,  
Tripura hopes work on power project will start soon

Tripura hopes work on power project will start soon

31 Oct 2014

Agartala: Tripura Power Minister Manik Dey on Friday expressed the hope that  and the Power Grid Corporation of India Limited (PGCIL) would start work for implementation of the North Eastern Region Power System Improvement Project within this financial year.

Tripura Power Minister,   Manik Dey,   PGCIL,   World Bank,   North East States,  Tripura State Electricity Corporation Limited,  
India enhances presence in South China <strong>Sea</strong>; inks exploration pacts with Vietnam

India enhances presence in South China Sea; inks exploration pacts with Vietnam

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Notwithstanding Chinese objections, India on Tuesday went ahead to enhance its presence in hydrocarbon-rich South China Sea and inked a pact with Vietnam for exploration in two additional oil and gas blocks besides deciding to step up cooperation in key areas of defence, security, trade and counter-terrorism.

China,   India,   South China Sea,   Vietnam,   Oil exploration,   Oil and gas blocks,   Narendra Modi,   Nguyen Tan Dung,  
South Korea spy agency says <strong>North</strong> hacking smartphones

South Korea spy agency says North hacking smartphones

29 Oct 2014

Seoul: North Korea attempted to hack tens of thousands of South Korean smartphones this year, using malware disguised in mobile gaming apps, the South's spy agency said in a report submitted to parliament this week.

North Korea,   South Korea,   Smartphones,   Malware,   Mobile gaming apps,   Spy agency,   Cyber war,  
Oil prices rise on Ukraine fears

Oil prices rise on Ukraine fears

08 Apr 2014

Singapore: Oil prices rose in Asian trade on Monday on renewed fears about Ukraine after pro-Russian protesters seized government buildings in the eastern city of Donetsk.

Oil prices rose,   Asian trade,   West Texas Intermediate (WTI),   pro-Russian protesters,   mid-morning trade,   Brent North Sea crude,   USD 106.13,   pro-Kremlin militants,   ,  
Oil India seeks more hydrocarbon concessions globally

Oil India seeks more hydrocarbon concessions globally

29 Oct 2014

Singapore: India's second largest public sector company Oil India Limited (OIL) is seeking more hydrocarbon concessions across the globe, including in Brazil and Mexico.

Oil India Limited,   Oil India,   hydrocarbon concession,   Brazil,   Mexico,   crude oil,   India,  
Cyclone Nilofar to have mild affect in Rajasthan: MeT

Cyclone Nilofar to have mild affect in Rajasthan: MeT

28 Oct 2014

Jaipur: Cyclone Nilofar, developing in the Arabian Sea, would have mild affect in Rajasthan's border districts of Barmer, Jalore and Jodhpur on its arrival later this week, a MeT official said on Tuesday.

Jaipur,   Cyclone Nilofar,   Arabian Sea,   Rajasthan,   Border districts,   Barmer,   Jalore,   Jodhpur,  
Confident Mumbai to take on <strong>North</strong> East United tomorrow

Confident Mumbai to take on North East United tomorrow

23 Oct 2014

Mumbai: After spanking Pune City FC with a superb 5-0 scoreline, Mumbai City FC would look to continue their sparkling form when clash with North East United FC in their next Hero Indian Super League fixture, here on Friday.

Indian Super League,   Mumbai City FC,   Mumbai City FC Coach Peter Reid,   North East United FC,   North East United FC,   Coach Andre Moritz,  

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