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NGT seeks more information about tanneries on Ganga banks <strong>before</strong> ruling

NGT seeks more information about tanneries on Ganga banks before ruling

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday sought more clarification on key issues before deciding the fate of about 700 Kanpur-based tanneries on the banks of river Ganga, termed as "highest  sources of pollution" in one of its earlier observations.

tanneries on Ganga banks,   NGT,   National Green Tribunal,   pollution for tanneries,  
Back-in-form Atwal aims for home glory at <strong>Indian</strong> Open

Back-in-form Atwal aims for home glory at Indian Open

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Having returned to the winner's circle last month after a frustrating four-year title drought, ace India golfer Arjun Atwal will feature in the USD 1.5 million Hero Indian Open with renewed confidence when the action begins here at the Delhi Golf Club from February 19-22.

India golfer Arjun Atwal,   Indian Open,   Delhi Golf Club,  
 Censor board asks to remove 'Bloody <strong>Indian</strong>' from 'Hawaizaada'

Censor board asks to remove 'Bloody Indian' from 'Hawaizaada'

30 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The censor board asked for the word 'bloody' to be removed from a popularly used dialogue 'bloody Indian' in Vibhu Puri's period film 'Hawaizaada', which is set in colonial India.

censor board,   Hawaizaada,   Ayushmann Khurrana,   director Vibhu Puri,  
Tri-series: Captain Dhoni blames batsmen for loss to England

Tri-series: Captain Dhoni blames batsmen for loss to England

30 Jan 2015

Perth: Indian cricket captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni blamed the batsmen for Friday's loss against England in the virtual semi-final of the tri-series here.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian batsmen,   India vs England,   Tri series,   Indian cricket team,  
Aditya Bal to explore <strong>Indian</strong> cuisine on TV show

Aditya Bal to explore Indian cuisine on TV show

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: With the aim to explore the authentic taste of Indian food, model-actor and chef Aditya Bal will take viewers through a food discovery journey with a new TV show "Lost Recipes".

Aditya Bal,   Indian cuisine,   TV show,   model actor,   Epic channel,  
Co-pilot flew AirAsia aircraft <strong>before</strong> crash

Co-pilot flew AirAsia aircraft before crash

29 Jan 2015

Jakarta: The French co-pilot was flying the AirAsia flight QZ8501 before it crashed into water off Indonesia last month, investigators said here on Thursday.

AirAsia crash,   co pilot of AirASia,   co-pilot flew,   pilot flew before crash ,  
Injured Rohit Sharma unlikely to be available <strong>before</strong> WC warm-ups

Injured Rohit Sharma unlikely to be available before WC warm-ups

27 Jan 2015

Perth: The Indian team management has decided not to risk injured opener Rohit Sharma for India's do-or-die cricket tri-series game against England on January 30 and also for the finals in case India happen to win their last round robin encounter in the tournament.

Indian cricket team,   Rohit Sharma,   Indian cricket team,   ODI tri series ,  
 <strong>Indian</strong> economy to be a USD 4-5 trillion economy in 10-12 years: Jayant Sinha

Indian economy to be a USD 4-5 trillion economy in 10-12 years: Jayant Sinha

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Stating its great time to invest in India, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha on Friday said the Indian economy has potential to become a USD 4-5 trillion economy in the next 10-12 years.

Jayant Sinha,   Indian economy,   MoS finance,   finance Ministry ,  
Base year for GDP changed; economy grew at 6.9 percent in 2013-14

Base year for GDP changed; economy grew at 6.9 percent in 2013-14

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A change in base year for computing national accounts pushed up the economic growth rate for 2013-14 to 6.9 percent, while earlier estimate on the basis of old series was 4.7 percent.

India GDP,   GDP calculation,   Indian economy,   NDA Government,   GDP base year,   India GDP,   India growth ,  
Attack against minorities in India increases: US lawmaker

Attack against minorities in India increases: US lawmaker

30 Jan 2015

Washington: As many as 38 incidents targeting the Christian community in India were reported in the last two months of 2014, a Republican lawmaker has claimed, alleging that there is rise in attack against the minorities.

Attack against minorities,   minorities in India,   Indian Christian community,   religious minorities,  

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