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<strong>India</strong> face UAE challenge in Asian Games football

India face UAE challenge in Asian Games football

14 Sep 2014

Incheon: Hassled by delayed clearance by the government, Indian men's football team will open their campaign in the Asian Games with a potentially tough match against United Arab Emirates here on Monday.

Indian men's football team,   Asian Games,  
<strong>India</strong> end campaign without any medal in Wrestling World C'ship

India end campaign without any medal in Wrestling World C'ship

14 Sep 2014

Tashkent: Indian wrestlers drew a blank in the FILA World Championship as they ended their campaign with a listless show on the final day of the competition with three of them crashing out in the initial rounds of their respective Greco-Roman bouts here on Sunday.

Indian wrestlers,   FILA World Championship,  
Toyota looking to enhance operations in North-East <strong>India</strong>

Toyota looking to enhance operations in North-East India

14 Sep 2014

Guwahati: Japanese car giant Toyota plans to increase operations in India's Northeastern region, where its sales have grown at double the national average of three percent annually.

Toyota,   Toyota vehicles,   Toyota cars,   North-East,   Toyota showrooms in North-East,  
70 percent employers to expand, mid-level talent in demand: Survey

70 percent employers to expand, mid-level talent in demand: Survey

14 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The country is likely to see high growth in the job market as 70 percent employers plan to expand their team, a recent survey said.

Employment,   employment in India,   business market,   business market in India,   economy,   Indian economy,  
<strong>India</strong>-bound Malaysia Airlines flight returns back after defect

India-bound Malaysia Airlines flight returns back after defect

14 Sep 2014

Kuala Lumpur: An India-bound flight of Malaysia Airlines was forced to return due to an auto-pilot defect, landing safely here on Sunday, said the carrier which has been already hit by the twin tragedies this year.

Malaysia Airlines,   auto-pilot defect,   Flight MH198,   Kuala Lumpur,   Boeing 737-800,  
Indian women's football team maul Maldives 15-0 in Asian Games

Indian women's football team maul Maldives 15-0 in Asian Games

14 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian women's football team shrugged off some unsavoury incidents in the run-up to the Asian Games as they mauled Maldives 15-0 to open their campaign in style on Sunday.

Indian women's football team,   Asian Games,   India beat Maldives,  
Net FDI inflows on track to top USD 30 bn this fiscal: Nomura

Net FDI inflows on track to top USD 30 bn this fiscal: Nomura

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Foreign direct investment inflows to India are expected to gain further momentum and net FDI inflows to the country could cross USD 30 billion mark this fiscal year driven by improved investor sentiment, a Nomura report says.

Foreign direct investment,   FDI inflows in India,   Nomura,  
Brand USA eyes over 1 mn Indian visitors to US in 2015

Brand USA eyes over 1 mn Indian visitors to US in 2015

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Aiming to attract over a million visitors from India, the US is undertaking various promotional initiatives to position itself as a premier travel destination.

visitors from India,   US,   premier travel destination,  
New owners take over HIL's Mumbai franchise

New owners take over HIL's Mumbai franchise

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In a boost to the troubled Hockey India League, their Mumbai franchise, which was abandoned by the Dabur group recently, has now been taken up by DoIT Sports Management, making it the sixth team in the event to be held in January–February.

Hockey India League,   Mumbai franchise,   Dabur group,   DoIT Sports Management ,  
Pakistan pitches for normalisation of ties with <strong>India</strong>

Pakistan pitches for normalisation of ties with India

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Pakistan on Saturday made a strong pitch for normalisation of ties with India after last month's "political setback" and said in diplomacy one should keep or leave the "door ajar" so that whatever was possible could be achieved.

Pakistan,   India,   India Pak relations,   India Pak talks,   Diplomacy,   India Pakistan rivalry,   Pakistan Ambassador ,  

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