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Mizoram third most literate state, literacy <strong>rate</strong> at 91.33 percent

Mizoram third most literate state, literacy rate at 91.33 percent

25 Nov 2014

Aizawl: The literacy rate of Mizoram stood at 91.33 percent making it the third most literate state in the country after Kerala and Lakshadweep, a state minister said.

India's most literate state,   India,   Mizoram,   literacy rate,   H Rohluna,   Mizoram Assembly,  
<strong>India</strong> can grow at 9 percent, become USD 10 trillion economy in 20 years: PwC

India can grow at 9 percent, become USD 10 trillion economy in 20 years: PwC

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has the potential to achieve 9 percent growth rate and become a USD 10 trillion economy by 2034 on the back of concerted efforts by the corporate sector and a constructive role played by the government, a PwC report said.

India,   Growth rate,   Indian economy,   India GDP,   Corporate sector,   Modi government,   PwC,  
Hockey <strong>India</strong> doesn't need Walsh's services: Batra

Hockey India doesn't need Walsh's services: Batra

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Terry Walsh may have expressed a desire to again take up the Indian coaching job, but Hockey India on Tuesday made it clear that it doesn't require the services of the Australian anymore.

Terry Walsh,   Hockey India,   Indian hockey team,  
High duty in <strong>India</strong> a burden in selling cars: Lamborghini chief

High duty in India a burden in selling cars: Lamborghini chief

25 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: Italian supersports car maker Automobili Lamborghini's President and CEO Stephan Winkelmann on Tuesday said high import duty is the main burden for selling its vehicles in India.

Italian supersports car,   Automobili Lamborghini,   Stephan Winkelmann,   vehicles in India,  
<strong>India</strong> paid over Rs one lakh crore for defence acquisition: Government

India paid over Rs one lakh crore for defence acquisition: Government

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has directly paid over Rs one lakh crore to foreign firms for acquisition of equipment for the armed forces during the last five years, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said.

India,   Foreign firms,   Defence acquisition,   Armed forces,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,  
Viber launches Public Chats in <strong>India</strong>

Viber launches Public Chats in India

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Buoyed by the fast growing number of users in India, the mobile communications app, Viber, offering free messaging and calls, on Tuesday launched new feature Public Chats in India, a top company official said here.

Viber,   Viber India,   Mobile communications,   Viber app,   Free messaging,   Free calls,   Public Chats,  
<strong>India</strong>, Nepal allow nationals to carry INR 500, 1,000 notes

India, Nepal allow nationals to carry INR 500, 1,000 notes

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: India and Nepal on Tuesday lifted a decade-long ban on carrying of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 Indian bank notes by their nationals while visiting each other's countries by setting a maximum limit of Rs 25,000 for the high denomination currency, benefiting tourists.

Kathmandu,   India,   Nepal,   Rs 500,   Rs 1,  000,   Indian bank notes,   INR,  
CIL, ONGC disinvestment likely to be in two tranches

CIL, ONGC disinvestment likely to be in two tranches

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government is planning to offload a part of its stake in Coal India and ONGC in two tranches to get a fair value of the equity, official sources said.

Modi government,   Coal India,   ONGC,   Equity,   Disinvestment ,  
'It is difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country'

'It is difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country'

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: She might be one of the most sought-after sportspersons in India but tennis ace Sania Mirza says "it's difficult to be a Sania Mirza in this country" due to the prevailing "gender inequality" and called for an urgent need to bring about a cultural change.

Sportspersons in India,   Sania Mirza,   Indian tennis players,  
Cabinet Secretary to review Digital <strong>India</strong> progress on Thursday

Cabinet Secretary to review Digital India progress on Thursday

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Apex Committee, headed by Cabinet Secretary Ajit Kumar Seth, will review the progress of Digital India project - an umbrella programme with an outlay of about Rs 1.13 lakh crore.

Ajit Kumar Seth,   Digital India project,   Apex Committee,   National Optical Fibre Network,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   ,  

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