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All Indian players lose in French Open qualifying

All Indian players lose in French Open qualifying

22 May 2015

Paris: There will be no Indian playing at this year's French Open singles draw as all three contenders, including Yuki Bhambri, bowed out after second-round defeats in the Qualifiers here on Friday.

French open,   Ronald Garros,   Yuki Bhambri,   Tim Puetz,   Ramkumar Ramanathan,   Somdev Devvarman,   Sania Mirza,   Latest sports news,  
We gave one year of corruption-free governance: Jaitley

We gave one year of corruption-free governance: Jaitley

22 May 2015

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said one year of decisive and corruption-free governance at the Centre has set the stage for a double-digit growth rate and promised to continue economic reforms with a view to make it easier to do business in India.

Modi government,   Arun Jaitley,   Centre,   Finance Minister,   NDA,   UPA,   Land Acquisition Bill,  GST,   Corruption free governance,   Latest Nation News,  
‘Nut Rage’ case: Ex-Korean air executive freed from prison

‘Nut Rage’ case: Ex-Korean air executive freed from prison

22 May 2015

SEOUL: South Korean court ordered the release on Friday of a former Korean Air Lines executive convicted after an outburst over the way she had been served macadamia nuts, suspending her jail sentence.

Ex Korean air executive,   Nut Rage case,   South Korean court,   Korean air lines,   Jail sentence,   Latest world news,  
Voting underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

Voting underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

22 May 2015

Dublin: Polls opened in Ireland on Friday for a historic referendum on allowing same-sex marriage that is backed by all the main political parties but opposed by the Catholic Church.

Ireland political parties,   Ireland voting,   Gay marriage referendum,   same sex marriage,   Catholic church,   Latest world news,  
SBI Q4 profit up 23 percent at Rs 3,742 crore on improved asset quality

SBI Q4 profit up 23 percent at Rs 3,742 crore on improved asset quality

22 May 2015

Kolkata: The country's largest state-owned lender SBI on Friday reported 23 percent jump in standalone net profit at Rs 3,742.02 crore in the fourth quarter ended March 2015 as compared to Rs 3,040.74 crore during the same quarter a year ago.

State Bank of India,   SBI,   Country Largest Bank,   State owned lender,   Asset Quality,   BSE,   Net Profit,   Latest Business News,  
INMA honours <strong>Dainik</strong> <strong>Jagran</strong> for launching 'Jan <strong>Jagran</strong>', 'E-Kahcra'

INMA honours Dainik Jagran for launching 'Jan Jagran', 'E-Kahcra'

14 May 2015

New Delhi: World's largest read newspaper Dainik Jagran added another feather to its cap with International News Media Association (INMA) honouring its campaign 'Jan Jagran' and E-Kachra'. Dainik Jagran has launched 'Jan Jagran' and 'E-Kachra' to make India world's best democracy and Moradabad garbage free city respectively.

Dainik Jagran,   Jan Jagran,   E-Kahcra,   INMA,   International News Media Association,   Dainik Jagran prizes,   Dainik Jagran awards,  
Farmers to get five times compensation for land acquisition in Maharashtra

Farmers to get five times compensation for land acquisition in Maharashtra

22 May 2015

Mumbai: The farmers in Dondaicha constituency in Dhule district will be the first beneficiaries of five times higher compensation for land acquisition following the new rate announced by the Maharashtra government.

Farmers in Maharashtra,   Land acquisition,   Dondaicha constituency,   BJP,   Maharashtra government,   Compensation for land acquisition,   Latest States News,  
Cameron determined to give Britons "proper choice" on reformed EU

Cameron determined to give Britons "proper choice" on reformed EU

22 May 2015

RIGA: British Prime Minister David Cameron predicted "ups and downs" on Friday in European Union reform negotiations but said he was determined to give Britons a proper choice on a reformed EU in a referendum he has promised before the end of 2017.

British Prime Minister David Cameron,   European Union reform,   European Union,   EU summit,   Latest world news ,  
India's Strides to buy Australia, Mauritius drug assets from Aspen for USD 300 million

India's Strides to buy Australia, Mauritius drug assets from Aspen for USD 300 million

22 May 2015

Mumbai: Indian drugmaker Strides Arcolab Ltd has agreed to buy businesses in Australia and Mauritius from South Africa's Aspen Pharmacare Holdings Ltd , paying USD 300 million to expand its footprint in markets set for brisk growth.

Strides Arcolab,   Strides Arcolab,   Aspen,   Strides Arcolab Aspen deal,   sterile injectable products,   Latest Business News ,  
FIFA elections: Sepp Blatter's blushes spared as just Prince Ali remains

FIFA elections: Sepp Blatter's blushes spared as just Prince Ali remains

22 May 2015

Berne: Michael van Praag and Luis Figo's decisions to pull out of FIFA's presidential race are unlikely to alter the outcome, apart from sparing Sepp Blatter an uncomfortable 15 minutes in Zurich and forcing Suriname to choose another candidate.

Michael van Praag,   Luis Figo,   FIFA president,   Sepp Blatter,   Prince Ali Bin Hussein of Jordan,   Latest News,  

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