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Russia expresses interest in aircraft production in <strong>India</strong>

Russia expresses interest in aircraft production in India

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Russia has expressed interest in production of civil and light transport aircraft in India with their technology, Parliament was informed on Friday.

Russia,   Production,   Civil transport aircraft,   India,   Technology,   Parliament,  
First <strong>India</strong>-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn

First India-Australia Test in doubt as players mourn

28 Nov 2014

Sydney: With players mourning the tragic death of Phillip Hughes, there is still uncertainty over whether the first Test between India and Australia will go on as per schedule next week.

Phillip Hughes,   Test between India and Australia,   Indian cricket team,   India in Australia,  
<strong>India</strong> Inc presses for rate cut after GDP growth slips in Q2

India Inc presses for rate cut after GDP growth slips in Q2

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Expressing concern over subdued growth in the manufacturing sector, India Inc on Friday stepped up its demand for a cut in interest rate by RBI to give a leg-up to recovery both through higher consumption spending and opening up channels for investment.

Growth,   Manufacturing sector,   India Inc,   Interest rate,   RBI,   Investment,  
<strong>India</strong> hold closed training session wearing black arm-band

India hold closed training session wearing black arm-band

28 Nov 2014

Adelaide: The Indian cricket team on Friday held a closed training session at the net facilities of Adelaide Oval, a day after their two-day warm-up game here was scrapped following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes.

Indian cricket team,   Adelaide Oval,   Phillip Hughes,   India tour of Australia,  
First Test set to be rescheduled as 'upset' seniors not ready after Hughes' death

First Test set to be rescheduled as 'upset' seniors not ready after Hughes' death

28 Nov 2014

Melbourne: The first Test between India and Australia is all set to be rescheduled as three of the senior cricketers in Shane Watson, David Warner and Brad Haddin are amongst those who have already said that they are not in perfect state of mind to return to competitive cricket.

First Test in Australia,   India and Australia,   Australian cricketers,   Shane Watson,   David Warner,   Brad Haddin,   Michael Clarke,   Phillip Hughes ,  
Micromax to launch CyanogenMod phones in <strong>India</strong>

Micromax to launch CyanogenMod phones in India

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Cyanogen Inc and Micromax have announced to create a range of smartphones for India.

Cyanogen Inc,   Micromax,   Smartphones,   Operating system,   Themes Design Challenge,   Cyanogen operating system,  
Avinash Chander to continue as DRDO chief

Avinash Chander to continue as DRDO chief

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India's premier defence and research organisation DRDO's chief Dr Avinash Chander will retire on November 30 but will continue to occupy the position on a contractual basis till May, 2016.

India defence,   India research,   DRDO,   Dr Avinash Chander,   DRDO chief,   Modi government ,  
'No-Ebola' certificate must to enter <strong>India</strong> from affected countries

'No-Ebola' certificate must to enter India from affected countries

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government has asked those travelling to India from Ebola-affected countries to carry a certificate stating that there is no evidence of the deadly virus in their body fluids, after a person cured of the disease was found to be carrying the virus in his semen.

Ebola,   Ebola Virus,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Ministry of Health,   Ebola India ,  
Asus to bring ZenWatch to <strong>India</strong> next year

Asus to bring ZenWatch to India next year

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Eyeing the growing demand for wearable devices in the country, Taiwanese tech giant Asus will bring its 'ZenWatch' to India early next year, priced below Rs 20,000.

Wearable devices,   Asus,   Asus India,   ZenWatch,   ZenWatch India,   ZenWatch price,   ZenWatch specs,  
HIL's top pic Boon draws inspiration from Sardar, Dwyer

HIL's top pic Boon draws inspiration from Sardar, Dwyer

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Surprised to emerge as the costliest player ever of the Hero Hockey India League (HHIL), Belgian forward Tom Boon says besides his family he has always looked upto India captain Sardar Singh, Australian great Jamie Dwyer and Dutch legend Teun de Nooijer for inspiration.

Hockey India League,   HHIL,   Tom Boon,   Sardar Singh,   Jamie Dwyer,   Teun de Nooijer,  

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