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Five must have sarees for <strong>Indian</strong> bride

Five must have sarees for Indian bride

17 Oct 2014

Delhi: A saree is one of the most classic and elegant attires that almost every Indian woman has in her wardrobe. Although every state has its own kind of bridal saree but every girl desires to possess sarees of different styles in her wedding trousseau.

Sarees,   India,   Brides,   Wedding,   Zardosi,   Kanjeevaram,   Bandhani,   Net Sarees,   Banarasi,  
Delhi Dynamos finish 1-1 with Atletico de Kolkata

Delhi Dynamos finish 1-1 with Atletico de Kolkata

20 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Pavel Elias unleashed a rasping volley to cancel out a penalty conversion by Atletico de Kolkata's Jofre Mateu and enable Delhi Dynamos finish with a 1-1 draw in an Indian Super League match in Kolkata on Sunday.

Delhi Dynamos,   Atletico de Kolkata,   Indian Super League,   ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> women face tough Iran test

Indian women face tough Iran test

16 Oct 2014

Dhaka: An acid test awaits India as they prepare to take on a strong Iran team in the their opening game of 2015 AFC U-16 Women's Championship China Qualifiers at the Bangabandhu Stadium here on Friday.

Dhaka,   India,   Iran team,   opening game,   2015 AFC U-16 Women's Championship China Qualifiers,   Bangabandhu Stadium,   Oman,  
<strong>Indian</strong> natural rubber output likely to drop as farmers suspend tapping

Indian natural rubber output likely to drop as farmers suspend tapping

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Indian natural rubber output is likely to drop over 10 percent in 2014/15 from the previous crop year, hit by heavy rain in key growing regions and as farmers suspend tapping due to lower prices, the head of the country's top producer said.

Mumbai,   Indian natural rubber,   crop year,   heavy rain,   farmers,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

Indian Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

17 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The 200-year-old Indian Museum, said to be the oldest in the Asia-Pacific region, is consulting experts from London's Natural History Museum (NHM) to assist in planning strategies, digitisation of the collection and developing a premier research-curation hub.

India,   Museum,   British,   London,   Artefacts,   research-curation,  
<strong>Indian</strong>-American doctors to host health summit in Mumbai

Indian-American doctors to host health summit in Mumbai

16 Oct 2014

Washington: A leading body of Indian-American physicians plans to hold its 9th annual Global Healthcare Summit aimed at bringing accessible, affordable and quality world-class healthcare to India in Mumbai from 2nd to 4th Jan.

Indian-American,   Doctors,   Health summit,  Indian-American physician,   AAPI,   Indo-US Healthcare Summit ,  
Plucky Patel doesn't think of flighting the ball

Plucky Patel doesn't think of flighting the ball

18 Oct 2014

Dharamsala: Flighting the ball has always been considered a hallmark of a good spinner but India’s modern-day left-arm tweaker Akshar Patel says he doesn’t even think of tossing the ball and banks on bowling flatter through the air.

Akshar Patel,   Indian cricket team,  
With seizures up, <strong>Indian</strong> gold smuggling loses its shine

With seizures up, Indian gold smuggling loses its shine

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Gold smuggling into India, the world's second-biggest consumer of the precious metal, is becoming more risky for couriers following a surge in seizures and less profitable for the gangs behind the practice.

Indian gold smuggling,   India,   gold smuggling,   Couriers,   high fees,   legal imports,   Smuggling,  
EC wants debarring of candidates charged with heinous offences

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,   ,  
Government mulls <strong>FDI</strong> policy relaxation in medical devices sector

Government mulls FDI policy relaxation in medical devices sector

12 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Government is looking at relaxing the FDI policy for the cash-starved medical devices sector to attract more investments and boost domestic manufacturing. Inter-ministerial consultations are on to liberalise the foreign direct investment policy for the sector “which badly needs foreign investment”, sources said.

Government of India,   FDI policy,   medical devices sector ,  

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