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Arun Jaitley says he disapproves personal attack on Raghuram Rajan

Arun Jaitley says he disapproves personal attack on Raghuram Rajan

26 May 2016

New Delhi: Amid BJP MP Subramanian Swamy stepping up his tirade against Raghuram Rajan, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said he does not approve of "personal comments" against anyone including the RBI Governor.

Arun Jaitley,   Raghuram Rajan,   RBI,   RBI governor,   Subramanian Swamy,   Finance Ministry,   India news,  
Modi government’s second anniversary: Some path breaking initiatives through pictures

Modi government’s second anniversary: Some path breaking initiatives through pictures

26 May 2016

New Delhi:  Prime Minister Narendra Modi led NDA government completes two years in the office on 26th of May. In past two years, the government has taken many new initiatives and tried to clear the desk by solving some long pending issues.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister Modi,   Two years of Modi government,   Initiatives of Modi government,   Jan Dhan Yojana,   Make in India,   Indian economy,   India news,  
Air pollution may raise risk of stillbirth: Study

Air pollution may raise risk of stillbirth: Study

26 May 2016

London: Pregnant women exposed to air pollution may be at a greater risk of stillbirth, a new study has claimed.

air pollution,   air pollution in India,   stillbirth in India,   pregnancy,   impact of air pollution,   health,   health news,  
Video: When Hitler was left thunderstruck in his own dome by an Indian’s magic

Video: When Hitler was left thunderstruck in his own dome by an Indian’s magic

26 May 2016

New Delhi: Considered as one of the greatest moments in the history of Indian sports, the 1936 Hockey Olympic final between India and Germany will be remembered for the heroics of the great, the wizard Major Dhyan Chand, who played the most important part in thrashing the host nation 8-1, all the while the Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler witnessed the entire game, awestruck and mesmerized by the stellar skills of the Major.

Indian men hockey team,   Indian hockey team,   Dhyan Chand,   Olympic 1936,   India at Olympics,   Summer Olympics,   Rio Olympics,   latest sports news,  
Center renames disability department; 'viklangjan' to be called as 'divyangjan'

Center renames disability department; 'viklangjan' to be called as 'divyangjan'

25 May 2016

New Delhi: Objecting to the use of term "divyang" to address people with disabilities, a disability rights group has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to withdraw the notification renaming 'viklangjan' as 'divyangjan' in Hindi nomenclature of Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities.

Divyang,   Disability Rights Group,   Narendra Modi,   Viklangjan,   Divyangjan,   Hindi Nomenclature of Department of Empowerment,   Latest Nation News ,  
PM Narendra Modi hopeful about passage of GST bill this year

PM Narendra Modi hopeful about passage of GST bill this year

26 May 2016

Washington: Expecting the long-pending GST bill to get passed this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said any efforts to amend this law at central level are "over now" and it is up to individual states to pursue any changes.

GST Bill,   GST Bill Passage,   Goods And Service Tax Bill,   Parliament of India,   Narendra Modi,   Narendra Modi Interview,   Latest World News ,  
French Open 2016: All win day for <strong>India</strong> as Sania, Bopanna, Paes advance to next round

French Open 2016: All win day for India as Sania, Bopanna, Paes advance to next round

26 May 2016

Paris: India enjoyed an all-win day at the French Open with Sania Mirza, Rohan Bopanna and Leander Paes advancing to the second round with their respective partners, here yesterday.

French Open,   French Open 2016,   Andy Murray vs Mathias Bourgue,   Andy Murray,   Latest sports news,  
Afghan Taliban leader's death widens cracks in fragmented <strong>group</strong>

Afghan Taliban leader's death widens cracks in fragmented group

24 May 2016

Kabul: Three days after Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was killed in a US drone strike in Balochistan province of Pakistan, a state of confusion has been created in the militant group due to leadership vacuum, said Afghan political experts.

Mullah Akhtar Mansour,   US drone strike,   Balochistan,   Pakistan,   Afghan political,  Taliban leader's death,   Afghanistan,   World news ,  
Barack Obama Praises Indian Muslims' resilience

Barack Obama Praises Indian Muslims' resilience

26 May 2016

Washington: The US has been successful in engaging with India on tracking money used by radical groups to penetrate into the country, the Obama Administration has said as it praised Indian Muslims for demonstrating a great deal of "resilience" against overtures by terrorist groups.

Barack Obama,   India Muslims Resilience,   Indian Muslims,   US President,   Latest World News ,  
Good policy essential to India's stability, says Raghuram Rajan

Good policy essential to India's stability, says Raghuram Rajan

26 May 2016

Mumbai: Terming a sharp slowdown in China as a 'significant risk' for global economy and the SAARC region in particular, Governor Raghuram Rajan today said RBI has been moderating any extreme currency volatility through its intervention.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI governor,   reserve bank of india,   RBI,   Indian economy,   business news,  

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