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Union Minister lashes out Rahul for utterances <strong>against</strong> RSS

Union Minister lashes out Rahul for utterances against RSS

29 May 2015

Coimbatore: Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan today lashed out at Rahul Gandhi for his remarks against RSS and asked the Congress Vice-President to attend RSS shakhas to know about the organisation.

Rahul Gandhi,   RSS,   Pon Radhakrishnan,   Latest India news,   Sangh ,  
Rupee closes marginally lower by 2 paise at 63.82 <strong>against</strong> USD

Rupee closes marginally lower by 2 paise at 63.82 against USD

29 May 2015

Mumbai: The rupee ended marginally lower by two paise at 63.82 against the American currency on month-end dollar demand from importers amidst a higher greenback in the overseas market.

Rupee,   Dollar,   trading currency,   Indian bonds,   Bond yield,   Latest Business News ,  
US will vote <strong>against</strong> Sepp Blatter's re-election

US will vote against Sepp Blatter's re-election

29 May 2015

Los Angeles: "U.S. Soccer will vote for Prince Ali bin Al Hussein for next president of FIFA," Sunil Gulati tweeted on the eve of the global football body's presidential vote.

US Soccer,   Prince Ali bin Al Hussein,   FIFA president,   Sunil Gulati,   global football body,   FIFA congress,   Latest News,  
Rupee firms up 5 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar

Rupee firms up 5 paise against dollar

29 May 2015

Mumbai: The rupee edged higher by 5 paise to 63.75 against the dollar in early trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks.

Rupee firms,   Rupee boosts against dollar,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   US currency,   Exporters,   Banks,   Nifty,   BSE,   Sensex,   Latest Business News,  
FIFA scandal: US, Canada to vote <strong>against</strong> Blatter's re-election

FIFA scandal: US, Canada to vote against Blatter's re-election

29 May 2015

Los Angeles: US Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati said he is joining the bid to oust embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter, in a move that could risk America's chances of hosting another World Cup. Canada, which is hosting the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup, will akso not support Blatter in Friday's presidential vote at the FIFA Congress.

FIFA,   FIFA scandal,   FIFA corruption,   FIFA president,   Sepp Blatter,  
Nine FIFA officials, five others indicted on corruption <strong>charges</strong>

Nine FIFA officials, five others indicted on corruption charges

27 May 2015

New York: Nine high-ranking soccer officials, including two current vice-presidents of world governing body FIFA, and five sports marketing executives have been indicted on federal corruption charges, U.S. law enforcement officials said on Wednesday.

FIFA officials,   Football,   world governing body,   FIFA vice presidents,   federal corruption charges,   US law enforcement officials,   federal court in New York,   Latest News ,  
 Rupee recovers 8 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar in morning trade

Rupee recovers 8 paise against dollar in morning trade

28 May 2015

Mumbai: Breaking its 3-day falling spree, the rupee recovered 8 paise to 63.93 against the US dollar in morning trade on Thursday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters.

Rupee,   dollar,   American currency,   Interbank Foreign Exchange,   US dollar,   forex,   BSE Sensex,   Latest business news,  
Coalscam: Court frames <strong>charges</strong> <strong>against</strong> RSPL, three top officials

Coalscam: Court frames charges against RSPL, three top officials

19 May 2015

New Delhi: A special court on Tuesday framed charges against Delhi-based Rathi Steel and Power Limited (RSPL) and its three top officials in a coal blocks allocation scam case.

coalscam,   Coalgate,   Coal block acution,   coal blocks allocation scam,   RSPL,   Latest India news,  
Delhi Assembly passes resolution <strong>against</strong> Centre's notification

Delhi Assembly passes resolution against Centre's notification

27 May 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution rejecting Centre's notification giving more powers to Lieutenant Governor. In a resolution, the Delhi Assembly has declared as "illegal" the notification by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) issued on May 21.

Delhi Assembly,   Resolution rejecting notification,   Centre,   Lieutenant Governor,   Ministry of Home Affairs,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Rajnath Singh,   Latest States News,  
AB de Villiers gets paternity leave, to miss Tests <strong>against</strong> Bangladesh

AB de Villiers gets paternity leave, to miss Tests against Bangladesh

27 May 2015

JOHANNESBURG: AB de Villiers has been granted paternity leave and will miss the two Test series in Bangladesh, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Wednesday. The Proteas named four uncapped players in their Test squad for the matches in July and August.

AB de Villiers,   Bangladesh cricket,   Cricket South Africa,   CSA,   Latest sports news,  

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