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ITC mulls talks with government on e-cigarettes

ITC mulls talks with government on e-cigarettes

31 Jul 2014

Kolkata: With the government yet to formulate a policy on e-cigarettes, tobacco giant India Tobacco Company Limited (ITC) on Wednesday said it will engage in talks with the authorities so that it can introduce the product in India.

ITC,   e-cigarettes,   policy on e-cigarettes,   India Tobacco Company Limited,   product in India,   government policy on e-cigarettes ,  
Kerry presses <strong>India</strong> on global trade deal as deadline looms

Kerry presses India on global trade deal as deadline looms

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: US Secretary of State John Kerry, who arrived in India on Wednesday for an official visit, has pressed New Delhi to drop its opposition to global trade reforms, saying it was a test of the country's commitment to advance economic liberalization.

John Kerry,   WTO,   US,   US Secretary of State,   World Trade Organization,   India-US ties,  
World's maximum child labourers in <strong>India</strong>: Report

World's maximum child labourers in India: Report

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India has 10.1 million child labourers in the 5-14 age group, the most in the world, a study revealed here on Wednesday.

Delhi working children,   NGO,   Child Rights and You,   CRY,   World's maximum child labourers,  
Root says ‘confident’ England desperate to win

Root says ‘confident’ England desperate to win

31 Jul 2014

Southampton: England batsman Joe Root on Wednesday expressed joy at the "good day" his side experienced and was also confident that they can take the six remaining Indian wickets on day five of the third cricket Test in Southampton.

Joe Root,   England,   third Test,   India-England Test series,   Southampton Test,   Alastair Cook,   Indian batsmen,  
It will be tough for us on day five: Dhawan

It will be tough for us on day five: Dhawan

31 Jul 2014

Southampton: Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan has admitted that his team is in a tough position in the third Test against England and will find it difficult to save the match on the final day on Thursday.

Shikhar Dhawan,   Ajinkya Rahane,   Southampton Test,   India-England Test series,   James Anderson,   day 5,   Moeen Ali,  
CWG: Boxer Vijender packs a punch after Indian wrestlers win 4 silver medals

CWG: Boxer Vijender packs a punch after Indian wrestlers win 4 silver medals

31 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Star boxer Vijender Singh packed a punch while assuring himself of a medal in what proved to be a good outing for Indian pugilists after the country's wrestlers continued to excel winning four silver and a bronze on seventh day of competitions in the 20th Commonwealth Games on Wednesday in Glasgow.

Glasgow,   Star boxer,   Vijender Singh,   Indian pugilists,   four silver medals,   bronze,   seventh day,   20th Commonwealth Games,   India wrestlers,  
Curfew relaxed for five hours in violence-hit Saharanpur

Curfew relaxed for five hours in violence-hit Saharanpur

30 Jul 2014

Saharanpur: Curfew on Wednesday was relaxed for five hours in the violence-hit city as the situation was gradually returning to normal.

Curfew,   violence-hit city,   Curfew relax,   Saharanpur District,   clashes,  
SP govt has failed to check violence, communal <strong>clashes</strong>: BJP

SP govt has failed to check violence, communal clashes: BJP

30 Jul 2014

Lucknow: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party government in Uttar Pradesh has failed completely to check incidents of violence and communal clashes.

Samajwadi Party,   Uttar Pradesh,   Uttar Pradesh govt,   Akhilesh Yadav,   communal clashes,   BJP,  
<strong>India</strong> eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

India eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: High on confidence after the spirited showing against Australia, the Indian men’s hockey team would look to win outright against South Africa in their final group match on Thursday, even though a draw is enough to seal their semi-final spot in the 20th Commonwealth Games.

Indian men’s hockey team,   India against South Africa,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Mandeep assures <strong>India</strong> of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

Mandeep assures India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Young Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra assured himself of a medal in his debut Commonwealth Games by advancing to the semifinals of the 69kg division after his opponent failed the medical test ahead of their quarterfinal bout on Wednesday.

Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  

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