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Rupee trims early gains, down 1 paisa vs dollar

Rupee trims early gains, down 1 paisa vs dollar

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The rupee trimmed its initial gains and quoted down by 1 paisa to 61.64 against the US currency in late morning deals on Thursday on mild bouts of dollar demand from importers.

Rupee against dollar,   trade,   equity market,  foreign funds,   capital inflow,  
10 new antibodies found <strong>against</strong> cancer

10 new antibodies found against cancer

22 Jan 2015

London: Researchers from Aarhus University in Denmark are reported to have developed 10 new antibodies that can be used in the battle against cancer.

new drugs for cancer,   antibodies,   cancer,   tumour,   Aarhus University in Denmark,  
Centre not in favour of freeing terrorists convicted in serious <strong>charges</strong>

Centre not in favour of freeing terrorists convicted in serious charges

08 Jan 2015

New Delhi: As Punjab government sought release of the state's prisoners, the Union Home Ministry on Thursday indicated that legal opinion could be taken in select cases like old people and those having completed 20 years in prison but not those convicted in serious charges.

Sukhbir Singh Badal,   Punjab Deputy Chief Minister,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Beant Singh,   terrorists,   ,  
Quizzing Mukul Roy key to framing chargesheets: <strong>CBI</strong>

Quizzing Mukul Roy key to framing chargesheets: CBI

15 Jan 2015

Kolkata: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday said that interrogating Trinamool Congress all-India general secretary Mukul Roy was critical for framing of chargesheets against the key accused who were now under arrest.

Saradha scam,   Mukul Roy,   CBI,   chargesheets in saradha case,   CBI on Mukul Roy,  
World record partnership steers New Zealand to win <strong>against</strong> Sri Lanka

World record partnership steers New Zealand to win against Sri Lanka

23 Jan 2015

Luke Ronchi and Grant Elliott put on a world record 267-run partnership as New Zealand recovered from 93/5 to thump Sri Lanka by 108 runs in the fifth One-day international in Dunedin on Friday.

Luke Ronchi,   Grant Elliott,   New Zealand beat Sri Lanka,   ODI in Dunedin,  
Lokpal, CVC, CIC appointments in due course: Jitendra Singh

Lokpal, CVC, CIC appointments in due course: Jitendra Singh

18 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Rejecting charge of any deliberate delay, Union minister Jitendra Singh on Sunday said the appointments in Lokpal, CVC and CIC will happen in due course of time. He said the government was committed to strengthen CBI and ensure its independence and smooth functioning.

Jitendra Singh,   Lokpal,   CVC,   CIC,   government of India,   CBI,  
Telecom operators not <strong>against</strong> Skype, WhatsApp: Bharti

Telecom operators not against Skype, WhatsApp: Bharti

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Telecom operators are not opposed to over-the-top service providers like Skype, Viber, WhatsApp but looking to work in synergy with them, Bharti Enterprises Vice Chairman Akhil Gupta said.

Telecom operators,   Service providers,   Skype,   Viber,   WhatsApp,   Bharti Enterprises,  
TMC protest <strong>against</strong> alleged misuse of <strong>CBI</strong>; stage walkout

TMC protest against alleged misuse of CBI; stage walkout

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Trinamool Congress on Wednesday protested in Lok Sabha against alleged misuse of CBI in the Saradha scam by wearing black bands on their mouth and staged a walkout.

TMC protest,   CBI misuse,   Trinamool Congress,   TMC protest in Lok Sabha,   Saradha scam,   black bands,   West Bengal Transport Minister,   Madan Mitra,  
Delhi polls: AAP's barb <strong>against</strong> Kiran Bedi finds its way onto auto-rickshaws

Delhi polls: AAP's barb against Kiran Bedi finds its way onto auto-rickshaws

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party has launched a fresh campaign against BJP's Chief Ministerial candidate by plastering hundreds of auto-rickshaws with images featuring "honest" Kejriwal and "opportunist" Bedi.

Aam Aadmi Party,   AAP,   BJP,   BJP CM candidate,   Delhi auto rickshaws,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Kiran Bedi,   Delhi polls,  
Iraq coalition has killed 50 percent of  IS leaders: Kerry

Iraq coalition has killed 50 percent of IS leaders: Kerry

23 Jan 2015

London: Iraq and its international partners have made significant gains in the fight against Islamic State militants, killing thousands of the group's fighters and 50 percent of its leadership, US Secretary of State John Kerry said.

Islamic State militants,   Iraq coalition,   IS leaders,   John Kerry,   fight against IS militants,  

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