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ICAR, Mathura University ink MoU  for <strong>growing</strong> breeder seed

ICAR, Mathura University ink MoU for growing breeder seed

30 Oct 2014

Mathura: An MoU has been signed between Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for growing breeder seed.

Mathura,   MoU,   Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   ICAR,   breeder seed,  
Slow-<strong>growing</strong> galaxies to reveal how universe was formed

Slow-growing galaxies to reveal how universe was formed

16 Oct 2014

Washington: Do you wonder why some galaxies flourish with star formation and others barely bloom? The answer lies in slow-growing galaxies.

galaxies,   universe,   slow-growing galaxies,   NASA,   Spitzer Space Telescope,   Galaxy Evolution Explorer,  
State Bank of India <strong>growing</strong> with India-Singapore trade

State Bank of India growing with India-Singapore trade

13 Oct 2014

Singapore: State Bank of India (SBI) on Monday said it is playing an important role in the celebrations to mark the 50th year of India-Singapore diplomatic relations.

State Bank of India,   SBI,   growth,   India-Singapore trade,   business,   trade,   banking,  
India fastest <strong>growing</strong> eCom market in APAC; to touch USD 6 billion by 2015

India fastest growing eCom market in APAC; to touch USD 6 billion by 2015

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India is the fastest growing eCommerce market in the Asia-Pacific region and is expected to touch USD 6 billion (about Rs 3.7 lakh crore) by next year, research firm Gartner said on Thursday.

India,   eCom market,   eCommerce,   Asia-Pacific region,   Digital commerce,  
India <strong>growing</strong> as a desirable holiday destination: Survey

India growing as a desirable holiday destination: Survey

06 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Overseas travellers increasingly show interest in India as a “desirable” holiday destination, as hotels in the country have been experiencing a large uptake in tourist interest, according to a recent TripAdvisor survey.

Overseas travellers,   holiday destination,   tourists in India,  
China facing <strong>growing</strong> US pressure over Hong Kong protests

China facing growing US pressure over Hong Kong protests

01 Oct 2014

Washington: China is facing growing US pressure to show restraint during mass pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, with the issue to be raised in high-level US-Chinese talks and a prominent US lawmaker expressing 'grave concerns'.

China,   US,   Hong Kong protest,   pro-democracy protests,   John Kerry,   Wang Yi,   ,  
Bhupinder Singh Hooda writes to Narendra Modi on problems of rice <strong>growing</strong> farmers

Bhupinder Singh Hooda writes to Narendra Modi on problems of rice growing farmers

22 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Sunday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi drawing his attention to ‘heavy losses’ being suffered by farmers in the state due to the ‘sudden drop’ in the purchase price of rice.

Indian PM,   NaMo,   Haryana CM,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Rice price drop,   Scanty rainfall,   Basmati rice ,  
Cotton crop hit by excessive rains; Punjab to seek package

Cotton crop hit by excessive rains; Punjab to seek package

10 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Cotton crop in Punjab was the main casualty of heavy rains lashing across the state in past one week as over 45,000 hectares under the fibre was badly hit in cotton growing areas in the state.

Cotton crop,   Punjab agriculture,   Punjab rains,   Cotton growing areas ,  
Online bullying a <strong>growing</strong> worry for children

Online bullying a growing worry for children

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Exposure to the cyber world may have helped children expand their mental horizons but it has many downsides, the latest being cyber bullying.

Online bullying,   cyber crime,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   ASSOCHAM,   teenagers ,  
<strong>Growing</strong> human load seen as threat to the Taj Mahal

Growing human load seen as threat to the Taj Mahal

19 Aug 2014

Agra: More than 200,000 people visited the Taj Mahal in two days over the weekend, causing alarm among conservationists who feel the ever-increasing human load on the fragile white marble wonder on the banks of the Yamuna could prove detrimental to the health of the monument to love.

Taj Mahal,   Agra,   city of Taj,   conservation,   human load,   monument of love,  

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