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<strong>India</strong> beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

India beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Akashdeep Singh scored a fabulous field goal to guide India men's hockey team into the finals of the Asian Games after a gap of 12 years with a 1-0 win over hosts South Korea at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here on Tuesday.

Akashdeep Singh,   India men's hockey team,   Asian Games,   Seonhak Hockey Stadium,  
Rajan says RBI wants to reduce undue volatility in rupee

Rajan says RBI wants to reduce undue volatility in rupee

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India is not focussed on any particular level of exchange rate, but wants to reduce undue volatility, Governor Raghuram Rajan said after the policy review on Tuesday.

Mumbai,   Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   exchange rate,   Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   policy review ,  
DU ropes in MCD for cleanliness campaign

DU ropes in MCD for cleanliness campaign

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The University of Delhi has joined hands with the city's Municipal Corporation (MCD) for its cleanliness drive as a part of the Narendra Modi Government's ambitious 'Clean India' campaign.

DU,   Delhi University,   MCD,   'Clean India' campaign,   Clean india mission,   Sawch Bharat,  
Lensless Glasses: Latest fashion trend craze in <strong>India</strong>

Lensless Glasses: Latest fashion trend craze in India

30 Sep 2014

Delhi: Fashion is not always supposed to make sense. It can be natural and fun too. They are worn solely for aesthetic or fashion purposes, having no function in vision correction or eye protection.

Lensless Glasses,   fashion,   asian countries,   plastic frames,   spectacles,   accessory ,  
Disaster training-programme in Mizoram

Disaster training-programme in Mizoram

30 Sep 2014

Aizawl: Mizoram Disaster Management and Rehabilitation Minister C Ngunlianchunga on Tuesday inaugurated the two-week training of Young Mizo Association (YMA) volunteers on disaster response at the headquarters of the Fifth India Reserve battalion in Lungverh near Aizawl.

Mizoram Disaster Management and Rehabilitation Minister,   C Ngunlianchunga,   Young Mizo Association,   Fifth India Reserve battalion,   Lungverh,   Aizawl,  
Gayle eyeing selection for <strong>India</strong> Tests

Gayle eyeing selection for India Tests

30 Sep 2014

Kingston (Jamaica): Explosive West Indian opener Chris Gayle believes he will overcome injury in time for the three-Test cricket series in India which starts next month.

Chris Gayle,   Test,   injury,   West Indies,   Test series,   India series,   back injury,  
Private company comes out with new e-toilet for schools

Private company comes out with new e-toilet for schools

30 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: A city-based private company has come out with a new unmanned, self-cleaning e-toilet for schools, which it claims is the cheapest in the market.

city-based private company,   e-toilet for schools,   K Anvar Sadath,   Chief Executive Officer,   Clean India Campaign ,  
Microsoft to set up data centre in <strong>India</strong>; eyes USD 2 trillion cloud market

Microsoft to set up data centre in India; eyes USD 2 trillion cloud market

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Microsoft on Tuesday said it will offer commercial cloud services from local data centres in India by 2015 as the tech giant gears for competition for the estimated USD 2 trillion domestic market opportunity from rival firms like Google and IBM.

Microsoft,   Indian data center,   Cloud market,   Digital India,   Indian market ,  
Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

Sailor Dutta's show is why we objected to 'no-cost': SAI

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sports Authority of India Director General Jiji Thomson on Tuesday said sailor Upamanyu Dutta's shoddy performance at the ongoing Asian Games is the reason why SAI had objected to athletes travelling to the event on a "no cost to government" basis.

New Delhi,   Sports Authority of India,   SAI,   Jiji Thomson,   sailor,   Upamanyu Dutta,   Asian Games,   athletes,   'no cost to government' basis,  
Army's Eastern Command to adopt villages for 'Swachh Bharat'

Army's Eastern Command to adopt villages for 'Swachh Bharat'

30 Sep 2014

Kolkata: Responding to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's call for a 'Swachh Bharat', Eastern Command of the Army will adopt villages to promote cleanliness and hygiene.

Army's Eastern Command,   Clean India,   Swachh-ARMY,   Swachh Bharat,   IAF,   Cleanliness drive,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,  

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