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CWG: Vijender leads <strong>India</strong> in boxing finals

CWG: Vijender leads India in boxing finals

02 Aug 2014

Glasgow: Led by Olympic bronze medallist Vijender Singh, Indian pugilists stole the limelight on the ninth day of the competitions with four of them storming into the finals of their respective weight categories in the boxing event of the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Friday.

Vijender Singh,   Indian boxers,   Indian puglists,   Commonwealth Games,   Glasgow,   Northern Ireland,   Sarita Devi,   Mandeep Jangra,   Devendro Singh,  
Factory blast in east China kills over 65

Factory blast in east China kills over 65

02 Aug 2014

BEIJING: An explosion killed at least 65 people and injured more than 120 at factory in China that makes wheels for US  carmakers, including General Motors, state media said, as the country suffered its worst industrial accident in a year.

General Motors,   Kunshan city,   China,   India,   CCTV,  
Modi to visit Nepal tomorrow, likely to announce assistance for Himalayan nation

Modi to visit Nepal tomorrow, likely to announce assistance for Himalayan nation

02 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With maintain good relation with neighbours being the priority of his foreign policy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will travel to Nepal on Sunday on a two-day visit during which both countries are expected to sign agreements in sectors like power and India may announce economic aid.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister,   Nepal,   India-Nepal ties,   India-Nepal relations,   Sushil Koirala,   Nepal Prime Minister ,  
Sharath-Amalraj win silver for <strong>India</strong> in men's doubles TT

Sharath-Amalraj win silver for India in men's doubles TT

02 Aug 2014

Glasgow: Achanta Sharath Kamal and Anthony Amalraj won a silver medal for India after losing to Singapore's Ning Gao and Hu Li in the final of the men's doubles table tennis event in the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Glasgow,   Achanta Sharath Kamal,   Anthony Amalraj,   silver medal,   India,   Singapore,   Ning Gao,   Hu Li,   men's doubles table tennis,   20th Commonwealth Games,  
Moeen Ali is a rapidly emerging spinner: Moores

Moeen Ali is a rapidly emerging spinner: Moores

02 Aug 2014

Southampton: He was the wrecker-in-chief with the ball as England clinched a series-equalising win against India in the third Test in Southampton but England coach Peter Moores said spinner Moeen Ali was included in the side as a batsman.

Moeen Ali,   Peter Moores,   England,   India,   Southampton,   Test match,   batsman,   emerging spinner,   Ian Bell,  
Fast-track criminal justice system, Supreme Court tells govt

Fast-track criminal justice system, Supreme Court tells govt

02 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court told the Central government to take steps to fast-track the criminal justice system so that cases can be decided expeditiously instead of lingering for years.

Supreme Court,   central govt,   Chief Justice,   RM Lodha,   criminal justice system,   judiciary,   judicial machinery in India ,  
On Friendship Day, lend helping hand to stray dogs

On Friendship Day, lend helping hand to stray dogs

02 Aug 2014

New Delhi: If you wish to celebrate International Friendship Day uniquely this year, try doing it for selfless friends you can ever have dogs!

Friendship Day,   International Friendship Day,   Friendicoes SECA,   Ankur Warikoo,   CEO,   Groupon India ,  
<strong>India</strong> ready to re-engage with WTO members in September

India ready to re-engage with WTO members in September

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With its stand on food security leading to a stalemate at the WTO talks in Geneva, India on Friday said it is committed to the global trade deal and will re-engage with members when talks resume a month from now.

WTO,   Geneva,   global trade deal,   food security,   Trade Facilitation Agreement,   TFA,  
<strong>India</strong>, US to collaborate on aviation safety

India, US to collaborate on aviation safety

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India and US on Friday entered into an agreement to establish an aviation security equipment testing and evaluation programme as part of their strategic partnership.

India,   US,   aviation security,   USTDA,   AAI,   India-US,   ,  
Bhuvneshwar's swollen ankle cause of concern for <strong>India</strong>

Bhuvneshwar's swollen ankle cause of concern for India

01 Aug 2014

Southampton: Seamer Bhuvneshwar Kumar's swollen ankle will certainly keep the Indian team management worried ahead of their fourth cricket Test against England at the Old Trafford starting August 7.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar,   Indian team management,   fourth Test against England,   Old Trafford,  

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