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<strong>Rate</strong> Cut Possible Only If Inflation Eases: Raghuram Rajan

Rate Cut Possible Only If Inflation Eases: Raghuram Rajan

29 Aug 2016

Mumbai: Inflation projections are still at the upper limit of Reserve Bank's target and the policy rate can be cut only if inflation eases, outgoing Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Monday.

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI,   RBI governor,   Rate cut,   Indian economy,   Business news,  
Reserve Bank Of <strong>India</strong> Employees To Join September 2 Nationwide Industrial Strike

Reserve Bank Of India Employees To Join September 2 Nationwide Industrial Strike

29 Aug 2016

Kolkata: Reserve Bank of India workers and employees have decided to join the September 2 nationwide day-long strike called by central trade unions.

Reserve Bank Of India,   RBI Employees Strike,   Industrial Strike,   September Industrial Strike,   Latest Nation News ,  
PM Modi Holds Talks With President Kyaw, Says Myanmar Is Special For <strong>India</strong>

PM Modi Holds Talks With President Kyaw, Says Myanmar Is Special For India

29 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Myanmar, which has recently attained democracy, holds a unique position in India's neighbourhood, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday. "Myanmar is special for us. It holds a unique position in India's neighbourhood," Modi said in a joint press conference after holding bilateral talks with visiting Myanmar President Htin Kyaw.

PM Modi,   Modi meets Myanmar President,   Htin Kyaw,   President Kwan in Delhi,   Kwan visits India,   latest nation news,  
In Pics: West Indies Clinch Series

In Pics: West Indies Clinch Series

29 Aug 2016

Lauderhill: The second match of the two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) between India and the West Indies here on Sunday was called off due to rain, leading to the latter clinching the cricket series 1-0.

India,   West Indies,   T20,  
<strong>India</strong> Can Become World Number 1 In Tests By End Of Session: MS Dhoni

India Can Become World Number 1 In Tests By End Of Session: MS Dhoni

29 Aug 2016

Lauderhill: Limited over captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni believes that India's Test side led by Virat Kohli can regain it's top ranking in longest format by the end of the home season in which they play 13 Tests against New Zealand, England, Australia and Bangladesh.

MS Dhoni,   India Test Rank,   India Rank,   India vs West Indies,   Ind vs WI,   Latest sports news,  
Jain Monk Tarun Sagar ‘Forgives’ Vishal Dadlani, Police File Case Against Musician

Jain Monk Tarun Sagar ‘Forgives’ Vishal Dadlani, Police File Case Against Musician

29 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Jain Monk Tarun Sagar on Monday said musician Vishal Dadlani knows nothing about Jainism or its beliefs but added that he is not seeking any apology from him.

Jain Monk,   Vishal Dadlani,   AAP,   Police Case,   India news ,  
T20 In USA: India's Rain Woes Continue As West Indies Clinch Series

T20 In USA: India's Rain Woes Continue As West Indies Clinch Series

29 Aug 2016

Lauderhill: The second match of the two-match Twenty20 International (T20I) between India and the West Indies here on Sunday was called off due to rain, leading to the latter clinching the cricket series 1-0.

India vs West Indies,   Ind vs WI,   T20 in USA,   MS Dhoni,   Twenty 20,   Central Broward Stadium,   Latest sports news,  
T20 In USA: Dhoni Accepts Mistake As <strong>India</strong> Lose First Match Against West Indies By One Run

T20 In USA: Dhoni Accepts Mistake As India Lose First Match Against West Indies By One Run

28 Aug 2016

Fort Lauderdale: Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday admitted that the execution of his last ball dismissal which led to his side's one-run loss against the West Indies was wrong but sought to dwell on the positives from the nerve-wrecking Twenty20 International match here.

India vs West Indies,   Ind vs WI,   T20 in USA,   MS Dhoni,   Virat Kohli,   Carlos Brathwaite,   Dwayne Bravo,   Latest sports news,  
<strong>India</strong>, Pakistan Should Continue Dialogue To Address Concerns: United States

India, Pakistan Should Continue Dialogue To Address Concerns: United States

27 Aug 2016

Washington: India and Pakistan should continue a dialogue process to address their differences and issues, including Kashmir, the US has said as it asked the two nations to refrain from indulging in rhetoric.

India,   Pakistan,   United States,   Indo Pak relation,   Terrorism,   Terrorism in Pakistan,   world news,  
Scorpene Submarine Papers: Australian Whistleblower Claims <strong>India</strong> Downplaying Leak

Scorpene Submarine Papers: Australian Whistleblower Claims India Downplaying Leak

27 Aug 2016

New Delhi: India on Friday reiterated the leaked Scorpene Submarine documents will not hurt the country's strategic interests with Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar stressing that it was not a "big concern" while the Australian whistleblower who broke the story claimed the Indian government was downplaying the incident and weapons data also figured in the papers.

Submarine Scorpene Papers,   Australian Whistleblower,   Data Leak,   Submarine documents leak,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   whistleblower,   The Australian,   Latest Nation News,  

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