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Famous Middle East fast food chain outlet to enter <strong>India</strong>

Famous Middle East fast food chain outlet to enter India

28 Jul 2014

Dubai: Just Falafel, the Middle East fast food chain is gearing up to cater the Indian guests with its first outlet opening shortly in Bangalore.

Middle East,   fast food,   fast food chain,   Just Falafel,   Just Falafel outlet in India,  
Alastair Cook back in form as England reach 247/2 after Ballance ton

Alastair Cook back in form as England reach 247/2 after Ballance ton

28 Jul 2014

Southampton: Skipper Alastair Cook marked his return to form with a dogged 95 while youngster Gary Ballance hit his second successive century as England reached a comfortable 247 for two against India on the opening day of the third cricket Test.

Alastair Cook,   England,   India vs England,   Gary Ballance,   Ravindra Jadeja,   India-England Test,   MS Dhoni,  
Hammer blow for <strong>India</strong> as Lord’s hero Ishant ruled out of third Test

Hammer blow for India as Lord’s hero Ishant ruled out of third Test

27 Jul 2014

Southampton: Man of the Match in the historic Lord's Test win, India's pace spearhead Ishant Sharma has been ruled out of the third Test versus England, starting here on Sunday, owing to an ankle injury.

Lord’s hero,   Ishant Sharma,   ruled out,   third Test,   India-England cricket series,   Southampton,   Pankaj Singh,   ankle injury ,  
England win toss, elect to bat against <strong>India</strong> in Southampton Test

England win toss, elect to bat against India in Southampton Test

27 Jul 2014

Southampton: England captain Alastair Cook won the toss and elected to bat in the third cricket Test against India in Southampton.

England,   India,   Southampton Test,   Ishant Sharma,   Stuart Binny,   Alastair Cook,   MS Dhoni,   Stuart Binny,   Rohit Sharma,  
<strong>India</strong>, Nepal agree to review 1950 treaty

India, Nepal agree to review 1950 treaty

27 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: India and Nepal on Saturday agreed to "review" and adjust" the Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1950 to reflect the current realties.

India,   Nepal,   1950 treaty,   Mahendra Bahadur Pandey,   Sushma Swaraj,   Kathmandu,   Indo-Nepal Joint Commission,  
Nokia Q2 profit at 284 million euros; raises outlook for network <strong>business</strong>

Nokia Q2 profit at 284 million euros; raises outlook for network business

25 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia posted a higher operating profit at 284 million euros in April-June this year and said that it expects net sales for the network business to grow in the second half of 2014.

Nokia,   Nokia cellphone,   Nokia mobile phone,   Microsoft,   Rajiv Suri,  
Coal <strong>India</strong> yet to sign fuel supply pacts with 12 power units

Coal India yet to sign fuel supply pacts with 12 power units

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: State-owned Coal India (CIL) is yet to enter into fuel supply pacts with 12 power units as issues like change in ownership and extension of coal supplies are still being examined by the government.

Coal India,   fuel supply pacts,   power units,   Letter of Assurances,   LoAs,   power projects,   CCEA,   FSAs,  
Samsung's country head of enterprise <strong>business</strong> resigns

Samsung's country head of enterprise business resigns

19 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Samsung India on Friday said that its country head for enterprise business Sameer Garde has left the company. "Sameer Garde, country head for Samsung’s enterprise business in India has decided to move on to new career opportunities," Samsung said in a statement.

Samsung India,   Sameer Garde,   Samsung's Country Head,   head of enterprise business,   mutual agreement ,  
CWG: Rahi, Apurvi bag golds, <strong>India</strong> wins seven medals on third day

CWG: Rahi, Apurvi bag golds, India wins seven medals on third day

27 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Apurvi Chandela and Rahi Sanorbat clinched a gold medal each in shooting as India continued its good show at the 20th Commonwealth Games, winning seven medals in all on the third day of the competition on Saturday.

Glasgow,   Apurvi Chandela,   Rahi Sanorbat,   gold medal,   shooting,   India,   20th Commonwealth Games,   men hockey team,   Vijendra Singh,  
‘Beleaguered’ Cook survives as England make steady start

‘Beleaguered’ Cook survives as England make steady start

27 Jul 2014

Captain Alastair Cook made an unbeaten 48 as England cautiously reached 78 for one at lunch on the first day of the third Test match against India in Southampton on Sunday.

Alastair Cook,   Sam Robson,   Southampton Test,   Gary Ballance,   Mohammad Shami,   Ravindra Jadeja,   India-England Test series,  

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