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BSNL cuts <strong>call</strong> <strong>rates</strong> to Nepal by 35 percent as PMO raises issue

BSNL cuts call rates to Nepal by 35 percent as PMO raises issue

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: State-owned BSNL has reduced call rates to Nepal by about 35 percent as the Prime Minister's Office had raised the issue of high call charges to the neighbouring country with the Department of Telecom.

BSNL,   call rates,   Nepal,   35 percent,   PMO,   telecom,   government,  
Shakhtar's five-goal hero Adriano earns Brazil <strong>call</strong> up

Shakhtar's five-goal hero Adriano earns Brazil call up

24 Oct 2014

Rio De Janeiro: Two days after Shakhtar Donetsk striker Luiz Adriano became the second player after Lionel Messi to score five goals in a Champions League match, the 27-year-old received a Brazil call-up as coach Dunga announced the squad for two football friendly internationals against Turkey and Austria next month.

Rio De Janeiro,   Shakhtar Donetsk,   striker,   Luiz Adriano,   five goals,   Champions League,   Brazil call-up,   Dunga,   Turkey,  
Partial response in Valley to strike <strong>call</strong> against Modi visit

Partial response in Valley to strike call against Modi visit

23 Oct 2014

Srinagar: The strike called by separatist groups against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday evoked a partial response in the Valley.

Pakistan Ceasefire,   Protest against Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Modi Jammu Visit ,   Diwali,   Modi celebrate Diwali with Flood victims,   Jammu floods,  
Mohsin didn't respond to our <strong>call</strong>: Zaka Ashraf

Mohsin didn't respond to our call: Zaka Ashraf

21 Oct 2014

Karachi: The former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Zaka Ashraf has claimed that they only appointed Australian Dav Whatmore as the head coach of the national team in 2012 after then serving coach Mohsin Khan didn't respond to the board.

Mohsin Khan,   PCB,   Pakistan team,   Pak coach,   Dav Whatmore,   Ijaz Bhatt,   Zaka Ashraf,  
On Diwali, PM to be with flood-hit people of J&K, security beefed up as separatists <strong>call</strong> for strike

On Diwali, PM to be with flood-hit people of J&K, security beefed up as separatists call for strike

22 Oct 2014

Srinagar:  Showing a special gesture towards flood-hit people of Kashmir, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to the Valley on Diwali to spend the day with those who suffered due to last month's deluge. Security has been beefed up across the Valley as separatists called for a general strike on Thursday against the visit of the Prime Minister.

Diwali,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   flood-hit Kashmir,   Narendra Modi,   Hurriyat Conference,   BJP,   NC,   Omar Abdullah,   Modi in Jammu,   ,  
Cash transfer scheme for LPG to help save Rs 10,0 crore subsidy

Cash transfer scheme for LPG to help save Rs 10,0 crore subsidy

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: After effecting big bang reforms of deregulating diesel prices and raising natural gas rates, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday said the relaunched cash transfer scheme for LPG will help save Rs 10,000 crore in subsidy.

Reforms,   Diesel prices,   Natural gas rates,   Oil Minister,   Dharmendra Pradhan,   Cash transfer scheme,   LPG,   Subsidy,  
Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case: Court awards lifetime imprisonment to all five convicts

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case: Court awards lifetime imprisonment to all five convicts

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A local court in Delhi on Monday awarded life imprisonment to all five convicts in connection with Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case. An unfortunate incident that asserted on the urgent need for better conditions for women working in the late shift in and around the national capital.

Dhaula Kuan gang-rape case,   rape cases in India,   Women workers in India,   Women safety,   Women Security,   Bpo Call centres,   rape cases in Delhi,  
Earth's magnetic flip could lead to surge in cancer <strong>rates</strong>

Earth's magnetic flip could lead to surge in cancer rates

15 Oct 2014

Washington: Earth's magnetic field could flip very quickly perhaps within a human lifespan, causing mutations and cancer surge, according to a new study.

Earth's magnetic flip,   cancer,   human life span,   magnetic reversal,   Earth's magnetic field,   Earth planetary science,  
RBI unlikely to cut <strong>rates</strong> despite fall in inflation: Analysts

RBI unlikely to cut rates despite fall in inflation: Analysts

14 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Even though the headline retail inflation has eased to a five-year low of 6.5 per cent in September, analysts on Tuesday said the Reserve Bank is unlikely to cut its key rates in the remaining period this fiscal.

retail inflation,   Reserve Bank,  
Central Bank of India cuts deposit <strong>rates</strong> on various maturities

Central Bank of India cuts deposit rates on various maturities

14 Oct 2014

Mumbai: State-run Central Bank of India has announced reduction of its deposit rates on various maturities in the range of 5 to 175 basis points.

Central Bank of India,   deposit rates,   State-run Central Bank of India,   PNB,   Indian economy ,  

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