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ISL franchise FC Goa not in hurry for foreign tie-up: Dattaraj

ISL franchise FC Goa not in hurry for foreign tie-up: Dattaraj

27 Aug 2014

Panaji: Co-owner of Goan franchise of the Indian Super League (ISL) FC Goa Dattaraj Salgaocar on Wednesday said that they were in no hurry to join hands with a foreign club.

ISL,   FC Goa,   foreign tie-up,   Indian Soccer League,   Indian football,   Liverpool ,  
Delhi takes a leaf from Mumbai for Ganesh Chaturti festival

Delhi takes a leaf from Mumbai for Ganesh Chaturti festival

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Ganesh Chaturti festival is celebrated with much pomp and grandeur in the western part of India, but Delhi with its mixed culture is catching up. Mumbai, home to Bollywood actors and other celebrities has various Ganesh pandals across the city with the most popular being the Lalbaugcha Raja. Situated in Lalbaug market area, the pandal, founded in 1934, is said to attract millions.

Delhi,   Mumbai,   Ganesh Chaturti,   Indian festival,   Lord Ganesha,  
AI site crashes minutes after offering Rs 100 tickets to celebrate 'Air India Day'

AI site crashes minutes after offering Rs 100 tickets to celebrate 'Air India Day'

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The unprecedented traffic led to the crashing of Air India website after the India's national carrier offered tickets for Rs100 for a limited period to celebrate its merger with erstwhile Indian Airlines as 'Air India Day' on Wednesday.

Air India,   Indian Airlines,   Air India Day,   Rs 100 tickets,   Air India ticket price,   Air India Site crashes,  
Need to strengthen e-commerce platform to reduce trans costs: Commerce Ministry

Need to strengthen e-commerce platform to reduce trans costs: Commerce Ministry

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Commerce Ministry on Wednesday sought specific suggestions from the industry to strengthen e-commerce platform for enhancing trade and reducing transaction cost.

e-commerce,   transaction cost,   commerce ministry,   CII,   Indian exports,  
Bangladesh showed 'very positive attitude' to <strong>Indian</strong> proposals: Sheikh Hasina

Bangladesh showed 'very positive attitude' to Indian proposals: Sheikh Hasina

27 Aug 2014

Agartala: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has expressed a very positive attitude to Indian proposals of allowing Ashuganj River Port of her country as a port of call and introduction of Agartala-Kolkata direct bus servive via Dhaka, a Tripura minister has said.

Bangladesh,   Sheikh Hasina,   Bangladesh PM,   politics,   political leaders,  
Toilets are the key for improving child health in India

Toilets are the key for improving child health in India

27 Aug 2014

New York: Building toilets and reducing open defecation is the key to significant health benefits for young children in India, study by Indian-origin researcher shows.

Indian toilets,   Children health,   Indian health scenario,   Indian researchers,   Sanitation facility,   Indian sanitation,  
Desi Kalakar Yo Yo Honey Singh romances with Sonakshi

Desi Kalakar Yo Yo Honey Singh romances with Sonakshi

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The much celebrated Indian rapper Honey Singh is back with a masterpiece! This time again, Honey Singh has something different for his fans as Yo Yo comes up with a truly international look for the video.

Indian rapper,   Yo Yo Honey Singh,   Desi Kalakar,   Sonakshi Sinha,   music video,  
 SC pulls up government, army for 'eyewash' action on illegal arms sales

SC pulls up government, army for 'eyewash' action on illegal arms sales

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Supreme Court on Tuesday frowned at the Central government for letting off lightly army officers in the southwestern command involved in unauthorised sale of weapons they had bought from the army for their personal use but later sold to arms dealers and other people.

Supreme Court,   H L Dattu,   NDA,   BJP,   Indian army,  
Sensex surges 142 points on fund inflow, global cues

Sensex surges 142 points on fund inflow, global cues

27 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Rising for the fifth consecutive session, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday moved up further by 142 points in the morning trade on sustained foreign capital inflows coupled with a firming trend on other Asian bourses.

Sensex,   BSE,   NSE,   Nifty,   economy,   Indian economy ,  
Imposing outside solutions on nations a 'recipe for disaster'

Imposing outside solutions on nations a 'recipe for disaster'

27 Aug 2014

United Nations: Adopting a critical tone, India has told the UN Security Council that ‘imposing solutions’ from outside on nations for conflict prevention is a ‘recipe for instant disaster’ and an ‘interventionist trend’ can exacerbate conflict between and within countries.

Indian government,   United Nations,   UN Security Council,   Bhagwant Bishnoi,   Council decisions,   India- UN relations,  

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