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Flood: Army rescue operation in Gujarat, <strong>Rajasthan</strong> on

Flood: Army rescue operation in Gujarat, Rajasthan on

02 Aug 2015

Ahmedabad: From restoring railway tracks to rescuing a drowning mother and her baby, and even a dog, the Army and Air Force personnel have come handy in the flood-hit areas of Rajasthan and Gujarat.

Railway tracks,   Indian Army,   Air Force personnel,   floods in Rajasthan,   floods in Gujarat,   Latest News,  
Heavy rains, floods kill over 50 in West Bengal; five dead in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>

Heavy rains, floods kill over 50 in West Bengal; five dead in Rajasthan

02 Aug 2015

Kolkata: The death toll in West Bengal due to heavy rains and floods crossed 50 on Sunday after seven more deaths, including of four children, were reported from various districts.

Heavy rains,   cyclone Komen,   floods,   Odisha floods,   West Bengal floods,   Manipur floods,   Latest News,  
Coolpad to launch Dazen Note 3 <strong>under</strong> Rs 10,000 in India: Reports

Coolpad to launch Dazen Note 3 under Rs 10,000 in India: Reports

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: After making a successful debut in the Indian market with its Dazen 1, Chinese gadget manufacturer Coolpad is likely to launch its Dazen Note 3 priced under Rs 10,000.

Dazen 1,   Coolpad,   Dazen Note 3,   Smartphone under Rs 10000,   New smartphone ,  
Uterus scam shocks <strong>Rajasthan</strong>; license of 4 <strong>hospitals</strong> cancelled

Uterus scam shocks Rajasthan; license of 4 hospitals cancelled

17 Apr 2011

Rajasthan Health Minister AA Khan has cancelled the licenses of four private hospitals for allegedly removing uterus of 236 women illegally at Bandikui town of Dausa district in the state.

Utreus removal case,   Utreus removal case in Rajasthan,  hospital license cancelled in uterus case,   Rajasthan Health Minister AA Khan,  four private hospitals,  hospitals under Janani Suraksha Yojana in Rajasthan,  Chief Medical and Health Officer of Dausa,  OP Meena ,  
Heavy rains lash parts of <strong>Rajasthan</strong>

Heavy rains lash parts of Rajasthan

24 Jul 2015

Jaipur: Due to aggressive South West monsoon, heavy rains today lashed parts of Rajasthan especially western districts of Jodhpur division with Bikaner recording maximum rainfall of 44.4 mm in last 24 hours, a MeT official said.

Heavy rains in Rajasthan,   South West monsoon,   Heavy rains,   Rains in Jodhpur,   MeT office,   Latest States News,  
Nitish's 'Badh Chala Bihar' campaign <strong>under</strong> HC scanner

Nitish's 'Badh Chala Bihar' campaign under HC scanner

28 Jul 2015

Patna: The Patna High Court directed Bihar government to submit to it all documents related to 'Badh Chala Bihar' (Bihar Marches Ahead) campaign of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar so that it could decide whether the drive is a publicity move of ruling Janata Dal(U) aimed at forthcoming Assembly polls.

Patna High Court,   Bihar government,   Badh Chala Bihar,   Nitish Kumar,   Janata Dal(U),  
LG smartphone sales buckle <strong>under</strong> weaker demand, intense competition from rivals

LG smartphone sales buckle under weaker demand, intense competition from rivals

29 Jul 2015

SEOUL: South Korea's LG Electronics Inc said on Wednesday its quarterly profit skidded 60 percent, plummeting below estimates, as sales of televisions and smartphones buckled under weaker demand and intense competition from rivals.

LG Electronics,   LG televisions,   LG smartphones,   LG G4,   Apple,   Samsung ,  
Private non-life insurers shying away from PM <strong>Suraksha</strong> Bima <strong>Yojana</strong>

Private non-life insurers shying away from PM Suraksha Bima Yojana

25 May 2015

Mumbai: Many private non-life insurers appear to be shying away from the Modi government's newly launched ambitious social security scheme offering Rs 2-lakh accident cover at an annual premium of just Rs 12, citing low pricing and the growing incidents of accidental deaths.

Private insurers,   Non life insurers,   General insurers,   Modi government,   Social security scheme,   Accidental deaths,  
Indian hockey team to embark on Euro tour <strong>under</strong> Oltmans

Indian hockey team to embark on Euro tour under Oltmans

27 Jul 2015

New Delhi: A 21-member Indian men's hockey team will embark on a 15-day tour of Europe starting July 31 under the watchful guidance of High Performance Director Roelant Oltmans, who will also take over as the chief coach of the side after the unceremonious ouster of Paul Van Ass.

Indian men hockey team,   Roelant Oltmans,   Indian hockey coach,   Paul Van Ass,   Latest News,  
Government to spend Rs 50,000 crore <strong>under</strong> new irrigation scheme

Government to spend Rs 50,000 crore under new irrigation scheme

02 Jul 2015

New Delhi: With an eye on improving farm productivity, the government will spend Rs 50,000 crore over the next five years under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY).

Government,   New irrigation scheme,   Farm productivity,   Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana,   PMKSY,   Narendra Modi,   Arun Jaitley,   Latest Nation News,  

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