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Corporates should help eradicate <strong>illiteracy</strong>: President

Corporates should help eradicate illiteracy: President

08 Sep 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday asked the private sector, especially the corporate houses, to contribute towards eradicating illiteracy in India.

Corporates,   President,   President Pranab Mukherjee,   illiteracy in India,   International Literacy Day,   ,  
Mervyn hopes <strong>India</strong> ends hockey gold drought at Asian Games

Mervyn hopes India ends hockey gold drought at Asian Games

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Once a powerhouse in men's hockey at the world level, India steadily lost its stature over the years and even at the Asian Games gold medals were few and far between, but former inside forward Mervyn Fernandes hopes the national team will be able to regain its "golden" touch at the upcoming Asiad.

Indian men's hockey team,   Asian Games,  
<strong>India</strong> suffer 0-5 thrashing by UAE in Asian Games football

India suffer 0-5 thrashing by UAE in Asian Games football

15 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian men's football team suffered a humiliating 0-5 thrashing at the hands of United Arab Emirates in its Asian Games campaign opener and placed itself in a difficult position to advance to the next round of the tournament, here on Monday.

Indian men football team,   United Arab Emirates beat India,   Asian Games,  
YouTube will be available offline in <strong>India</strong>: Google

YouTube will be available offline in India: Google

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The US multinational Google on Monday unveiled the plans to introduce YouTube with offline mode in India in coming days.

YouTube,   YouTube offline,   YouTube videos,   YouTube login,   Video sharing,   ,  
Closer ties with <strong>India</strong> will secure Australian borders: Minister

Closer ties with India will secure Australian borders: Minister

15 Sep 2014

Melbourne: Australia, facing growing illegal migration attempts including from South Asia, has said that closer links with India would help strengthen the country's borders.

illegal migration,   South Asia,   Australia's border protection strategy,   Minister for Immigration and Border Protection,   Scott Morrison,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> keen on strong economic ties with Vietnam: President Pranab Mukherjee

India keen on strong economic ties with Vietnam: President Pranab Mukherjee

15 Sep 2014

Hanoi: Describing Vietnam as one of its "most important" economic partners, India on Monday called for firming up trade and commercial linkages with the key Southeast Asian nation after establishing strong collaboration in areas of defence and security.

Vietnam,   India,   India-Vietnam relations,   Economic partners,   India-Vietnam trade,   Commercial linkages,   Southeast Asia,  
Anxious about response to 'Humsafar' in <strong>India</strong>: Fawad Khan

Anxious about response to 'Humsafar' in India: Fawad Khan

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Pakistani actor Fawad Khan says as much as he is excited about his hit TV drama 'Humsafar' premiering on Indian television, he is also nervous about audience's reaction to the show and hopes it lives up to the hype surrounding it.

Humsafar,   Fawad Khan,   Khoobsurat,   Anil Kapoor,   Sonam Kapoor,  
Hockey: <strong>India</strong> draw tough opponents in Champions Trophy

Hockey: India draw tough opponents in Champions Trophy

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Indian hockey team has been drawn in a tough group alongside Olympic champion Germany and World Cup runner-up the Netherlands among others for the Champions Trophy to be held in Bhubaneswar from December 6-14.

Indian hockey team,   Hockey India,   Olympic champion,   Germany hockey,   World Cup hockey,   Netherlands hockey,   Champions Trophy hockey,  
CLT20 ideal preparation before ODI series vs <strong>India</strong>: Ravi Rampaul

CLT20 ideal preparation before ODI series vs India: Ravi Rampaul

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Senior West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul feels that playing for Barbados Tridents in the ongoing Oppo Champions League T20 in India will help him "boost his confidence" ahead of the five-match ODI series against the hosts, starting in another three weeks time.

West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul,   Champions League T20,  
Toyota <strong>India</strong> looks to enhance operations in North East

Toyota India looks to enhance operations in North East

15 Sep 2014

Guwahati: Japanese car giant Toyota plans to increase operations in India's North Eastern region, where its sales have grown at double the national average of 3 percent annually.

Toyota India,   Toyota cars,   Toyota showroom,   Toyota launch,   Toyota sales,  

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