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Mom's socio-<strong>economic</strong> background predicts baby's diet

Mom's socio-economic background predicts baby's diet

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Dietary patterns in babies start developing as early as 6 and 12 months of age and depend on the mother's socio-economic background, according to a new study.

Mom,   socio-economic background,   baby's diet,   babies,   dietary patterns,   children,   mothers,  
BJP's youth <strong>wing</strong> delegation visits Zhejiang in China

BJP's youth wing delegation visits Zhejiang in China

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A BJP youth wing delegation, led by its national secretary Sidharth Nath Singh, has visited Zhejiang in China and held discussions with the Provincial Secretary and other government officials on industrial, political and socials views.

ABVP,   BJP's youth wing,   Zhejiang,   Sidharth Nath Singh,   Zhejiang province,   China ,  
Sensex, Nifty at new highs on US growth, Japan stimulus

Sensex, Nifty at new highs on US growth, Japan stimulus

31 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Indian stocks on Friday galloped to new highs with benchmark Sensex surging 519.50 points to 27,865.83 and Nifty soaring 153 points to cross the 8,300 mark tracking a strong global rally on robust US economic growth and a surprise ramping up of Japan's monetary easing programme.

Indian stocks,   Sensex,   Nifty,   Economic growth,   BSE,   NSE,   Stock market,   Share market,  
Sensex hits record-high on <strong>economic</strong> reforms

Sensex hits record-high on economic reforms

30 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex hit a record-high by soaring 260.68 points to 27,358.85 during mid-session trade on Thursday on increased buying by investors as the recent economic reforms have instilled confidence that the country can better withstand potential rate hikes in US.

Sensex,   record-high,   economic reforms,   market,   Asian market,   stocks,  
 India re-elected to UN <strong>Economic</strong> and Social Council 

India re-elected to UN Economic and Social CouncilĀ 

30 Oct 2014

United Nations: India has overwhelmingly won its re-election to the UN body on economic and social issues, garnering the highest number of votes in the Asia-Pacific group.

India,   UN Economic and Social Council,   ECOSOC,   United Nations,   UN,   WHO,   UNESCO,  
Recent policy changes, RBI steps to help rating profile: Moody's

Recent policy changes, RBI steps to help rating profile: Moody's

30 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Rating agency Moody's on Thursday said the recent reform measures by the government coupled with those unveiled by the Reserve Bank on the economic, fiscal and financial fronts, are credit positive as they will accelerate growth if successfully implemented.

Rating agency,   Moody's,   Economic reforms,   Modi government,   Reserve Bank,   Credit positive,   India growth,  
EC wants debarring of candidates charged with heinous <strong>offences</strong>

EC wants debarring of candidates charged with heinous offences

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: After Supreme Court's intervention instantly disqualifying those convicted of serious offences, the Election Commission (EC) now wants debarring of a candidate from elections on framing of charges in cases of heinous offences.

Indian Election Commission,   Candidates disqualification norms,   Chief Election Commissioner,   V S Sampath,   Criminal charges against politicians,   ,  
Maharashtra government to constitute urban police machinery

Maharashtra government to constitute urban police machinery

04 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has decided to constitute an independent urban police machinery and a separate cell within the existing police set up to tackle encroachments and urban crimes in Thane, Pune and Mira-Bhayander.

Maharashtra,   independent urban police machinery,   urban crimes,  Thane,   Pune,   RR Patil,   Economic Offences Wing,  
US, China to hold trade talks in Chicago in December

US, China to hold trade talks in Chicago in December

28 Oct 2014

Washington: The US and China will hold trade talks in Chicago in December to expand bilateral economic ties and address key agricultural and investment issues between the two countries.

US,   China,   Bilateral Economic Ties,   US Secretary of Commerce,   Penny Pritzker,   Trade Representative Michael Froman,   US-China JCCT,   ,  
Speak Asia fraud: Complains registered with <strong>EOW</strong>

Speak Asia fraud: Complains registered with EOW

06 Aug 2011

The complaints against the Singapore-based online survey company Speak Asia which duped crores from clients by promising huge payments for filling its surveys has reached Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Indore. At least 20 clients of the company have submitted their complaints to the special wing of the state police.

EOW to probe charges against Speak Asia,   Singapore-based online survey company,   Speak Asia,   Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Indore,  

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