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Mid-Year Review: Economy to grow 5.5 percent this fiscal, says Government

Mid-Year Review: Economy to grow 5.5 percent this fiscal, says Government

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India's GDP is expected to rise to 5.5 percent in the current fiscal from 4.7 percent last year on back of improving macro-economic situation, says the Finance Ministry's Mid-Year economic review which also flagged fiscal challenges like subdued revenue collections.

Indian economy,   midyear Economic Review,   Finance Ministry,   gross domestic product,   Mid-Year Economic Review Report,   Indian economy predictions,  
Hyundai Elite i20 wins <strong>Indian</strong> car of the year award

Hyundai Elite i20 wins Indian car of the year award

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Adding another feather to its cap, Hyundai Elite i20 on Thursday was declared Indian car of the year at 10th Indian Car of the Year (ICOTY) Awards held in Mumbai.

Indian car of the year award,   Hyundai Elite i20,   10th Indian Car of the Year Awards,   ICOTY Awards,   Maruti Suzuki Ciaz,   Honda City,   HMIL,  
<strong>Indian</strong>-origin Vasan Srinivasan inducted in Australian national body

Indian-origin Vasan Srinivasan inducted in Australian national body

19 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Indian-origin Vasan Srinivasan  has been inducted in Australian Multicultural Council (AMC), an Australian national body that advices the government on multicultural affairs and policy programmes.

vasan Srivasan,   Australian National body,   Australian Multicultural Council (AMC),  
Jitu Rai rises in all directions as shooters continue to impress

Jitu Rai rises in all directions as shooters continue to impress

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On and off, here and there, Indian shooters called the shots in 2014, but it was 'Pistol King' Jitu Rai who truly lived upto the sobriquet with a stunning display, leaving the other big guns gazing at the dizzy heights he touched in his annus mirabilis.

Indian shooters,   Jitu Rai,   Glasgow Commonwealth games,   Incheon Asian Games,   shooting championships ,  
ATK, Kerala slug it out to be inaugural ISL champions

ATK, Kerala slug it out to be inaugural ISL champions

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: After nearly 10 weeks of exciting action featuring 60 scintillating encounters, a mouth-watering clash between Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters promises to provide the perfectly high-voltage finale to the inaugural Indian Super League football tournament here on Friday.

Atletico de Kolkata,   Kerala Blasters,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   football tournament,  
Advani flays 'political untouchability', says it weakens <strong>democracy</strong>

Advani flays 'political untouchability', says it weakens democracy

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Senior BJP leader LK Advani expressed sadness over "political untouchability" among leaders of different ideological persuasions, saying it weakens democracy and the functioning of Parliament and also affects inter-party relationship.

LK Advani,   Advani ,   political untouchability,   untouchability,   Deendayal Upadhyay,   Anand Sharma,   CPI,   Sitaram Yechury,   CPI,   AB Bardhan ,  DP Tripathi ,   NCP ,  
Australia encourages SMEs to explore business potential in India

Australia encourages SMEs to explore business potential in India

19 Dec 2014

Melbourne: In a bid to tap massive potential of India's rail, dairy, water and health sectors, Australian government is encouraging its Small and Medium Enterprises to do business in the country to boost economic linkages between the two nations.

Australia,   Small and Medium Enterprises,   Australia business potential in India,   Australia India business,   Indian SME sector,   Australia largest trade mission,  
US still facing security <strong>challenges</strong> around the globe: Barack Obama

US still facing security challenges around the globe: Barack Obama

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Even as its 13-year-long war in Afghanistan comes to an end this month, America continues to face "security challenges" around the globe, in particular from the sudden rise of ISIS, President Barack Obama has said.

Afghanistan ,   US,   Barack Obama,   security challenges,   rise of ISIS,  
J&K people have shown their faith in <strong>Indian</strong> <strong>democracy</strong>, says PM Modi

J&K people have shown their faith in Indian democracy, says PM Modi

13 Dec 2014

Kathua (J&K): Terming the ongoing Assembly election as "historic", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said people of Jammu and Kashmir have shown their faith in Indian democracy by participating in large numbers in the polls which the world is closely watching.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi ,   Congress,   NC,   PDP,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Assembly polls,   Modi rally ,  
Healthcare fraud: <strong>Indian</strong>-American doctor faces charge

Healthcare fraud: Indian-American doctor faces charge

18 Dec 2014

New York: An Indian-American doctor has been charged with healthcare fraud here for submitting false claims for payment worth USD 800,000 and could face 10 years in prison.A federal grand jury returned a 13-count superseding indictment charging Sreekrishna Cheruvu, 58, of East Amherst New York.

Indian-American doctor,   healthcare fraud,  

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