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India expects 'substantive' outcome <strong>from</strong> Modi's US visit

India expects 'substantive' outcome from Modi's US visit

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi/Washington: India is expecting a “substantive” outcome from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s high-profile US visit from September 26 during which he will have nearly 50 engagements including a bilateral meeting with President Barack Obama and a speech at the UN General Assembly.

India,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   US President Barack Obama,   UN General Assembly,  
Zico <strong>says</strong> ISL will help Indian football grow

Zico says ISL will help Indian football grow

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Brazilian legend Zico, the high-profile coach in the upcoming Indian Super League, on Tuesday said the two-and-half month long league would help the 158th ranked India to improve their footballing skills and produce great talents in future.

Brazilian legend Zico,   Indian Super League,   Indian football team ,  
<strong>North</strong> Korea lifter credits Kim Jong-Un for injury cure

North Korea lifter credits Kim Jong-Un for injury cure

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: North Korean weightlifter Kim Un-Guk on Tuesday said supreme leader Kim Jong-Un had inspirationally helped cure a troublesome injury before he smashed three world records at the Asian Games.

Incheon,   North Korean weightlifter,   Kim Un-Guk,   supreme leader,   Kim Jong-Un,   injury,   world records,   Asian Games,  
Special trains between Nagpur, <strong>Pune</strong> <strong>from</strong> 15th October to 5th November

Special trains between Nagpur, Pune from 15th October to 5th November

19 Sep 2014

Nagpur: The Railways have decided to run special trains between Nagpur and Pune from October 15 to November 5 to clear the holiday rush.

Special trains,   Nagpur-Pune,   October 15 to 5th November,   holiday rush,   festivity,   Diwali,   Indian railways,  
Ghosal settles for silver <strong>from</strong> winning position

Ghosal settles for silver from winning position

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: A gold was there for the taking but Saurav Ghosal let it slip, squandering a two-game advantage to narrowly miss out on becoming the first Indian squash player to win the yellow metal at the Asian Games, here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   gold medal,   Saurav Ghosal,   two-game advantage,   first Indian,   squash player,   Asian Games,   Kuwait,  
Special city cleanliness campaign to begin <strong>from</strong> Gandhi Jayanti

Special city cleanliness campaign to begin from Gandhi Jayanti

23 Sep 2014

Kanpur: Aiming at raising awareness about keeping the city clean, the Kanpur administration will launch a special cleanliness campaign on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, officials said on Tuesday.

Gandhi Jayanti,   cleanliness campaign,   cleanliness campaign in Kanpur,   birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi,   Roshan Jacob,  
Israel downs Syrian warplane, <strong>says</strong> it violated Golan airspace

Israel downs Syrian warplane, says it violated Golan airspace

23 Sep 2014

JERUSALEM: Israel shot down a Syrian warplane on Tuesday, saying the aircraft crossed the battle lines of Syria's civil war and flew over the Israeli-held Golan Heights, perhaps by accident.

Israel,   Syrian warplane,   Syria civil war,   Golan Heights,  
Tech Mahindra bags multi-million euro project <strong>from</strong> Ahlstrom

Tech Mahindra bags multi-million euro project from Ahlstrom

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi:Country's fifth largest software services major Tech Mahindra has bagged a multi-million euro agreement from Finnish firm Ahlstrom to manage its IT operations. Ahlstrom is a high performance fibre-based materials company with net sales from the continuing operations amounting to 1 billion euros in 2013. It has 3,500 employees serving customers in 24 countries.

Tech Mahindra,   Ahlstrom,   Software giant,   IT operations,   European software market,  
I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' <strong>from</strong> tomorrow: Bindra

I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' from tomorrow: Bindra

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: After capping off his remarkable career as a full-time marksman by winning two bronze at the Asian Games here on Tuesday, India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra said he will only be a "hobby shooter" from now on.

Incheon,   bronze medals,   Asian Games,   Olympic gold medallist,   Abhinav Bindra,   hobby shooter,   Rio Olympics,   national meet,  
'Bang Bang' different <strong>from</strong> 'Knight and Day': Hrithik Roshan

'Bang Bang' different from 'Knight and Day': Hrithik Roshan

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Forthcoming Bollywood action entertainer 'Bang Bang' has been called the official remake of Tom Cruise-starrer 'Knight and Day', but its lead actor Hrithik Roshan says it's different and 'better'.

Bang Bang,   Knight and Day,   Hrithik Roshan,   Fox Star Studios,   Katrina Kaif,  

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