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Tomato prices remain <strong>high</strong> at Rs 80/kg

Tomato prices remain high at Rs 80/kg

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Tomato prices continue to remain high at Rs 80 per kg in retail markets of national capital region on short supplies.

Tomato prices ,   Mother Dairy,   Safal outlets,   hike in Tomato prices,   Pradipta Sahoo,  
Taxman to track <strong>high</strong>-value spending in major cities

Taxman to track high-value spending in major cities

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: In order to widen the tax base and check undisclosed income, the Income Tax department has decided to train its scanner on instances of personal expenditure, interest earned on investment, purchase of luxury vehicles and capital gains made from sale of property in a select band of economically surging Indian cities.

Tax,   interest,   income tax department,   luxury vehicles,  
App downloads in <strong>India</strong> likely to cross 9 billion by 2015: Study

App downloads in India likely to cross 9 billion by 2015: Study

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: With the world getting smarter, the number of people using smart phone is also on the rise, as according to a study the increased usage of mobile devices will end up in app download to cross the 9 million mark.

App,   app download,   study,   mobile device,   market,   tech,  
Israel steps up Gaza attacks, more than 100 killed on 22nd day

Israel steps up Gaza attacks, more than 100 killed on 22nd day

30 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Over 100 Palestinians were killed in one of the bloodiest days in the three-week-long conflict in Gaza as fighting raged between Israel and Hamas with both sides ignoring international appeals for restraint even as the death toll neared 1,200.

Israel,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   Palestine,   Middle-East crisis,   Middle-East conflict,  
Gauswami bags bronze to end India's shooting campaign

Gauswami bags bronze to end India's shooting campaign

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Lajja Gauswami bagged a bronze in women's 50m rifle 3 positions as India ended their spectacular shooting campaign on a high at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Tuesday.

Glasgow,   Lajja Gauswami,   bronze,   women's 50m rifle 3,   India,   shooting campaign,   Commonwealth Games,   Manavjit Sandhu,   Abhinav Bindra,   Gagan Narang,  
I was disappointed in the manner I got out: Rahane

I was disappointed in the manner I got out: Rahane

30 Jul 2014

Southampton: Talented batsman Ajinkya Rahane expressed his disappointment in the manner he got out playing a poor shot off a rank longhop bowled by part-time off-spinner Moeen Ali on the third day of the third cricket Test against England in Southampton on Tuesday.

Ajinkya Rahane,   Moeen Ali,   Southampton Test,   England,   India-England series,   Rohit Sharma,  
Apple slashes Mac Book Pro price by Rs 11,000 in <strong>India</strong>

Apple slashes Mac Book Pro price by Rs 11,000 in India

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Tech giant Apple reduced the price of its 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro by Rs 11,000 to Rs 78,900.

MacBook Pro,   Apple,   non-Retina MacBook,   VAT,  
Great to see the seniors chip in: Broad

Great to see the seniors chip in: Broad

30 Jul 2014

Southampton: England all-rounder Stuart Broad was relieved that finally the senior players of his side succeeded in rising up to the challenge in the third Test against India.

Stuart Broad,   James Anderson,   Alastair Cook,   Southampton Test,   India-England series,   third Test,   Moin Ali,  
<strong>India</strong> warns UN policy to tackle internal strife through peacekeepers ‘unsustainable’

India warns UN policy to tackle internal strife through peacekeepers ‘unsustainable’

29 Jul 2014

United Nations: India has warned the UN Security Council that the new trend of using peacekeepers to tackle internal political conflicts is an "unsustainable" approach to the maintenance of global peace and security.

India,   UN,   peacekeepers,   internal conflict,   UN Security Council,   Asoke Mukerji,   UNSC,   open debate,   Indian peacekeepers ,  
Kerry leaves for <strong>India</strong>; to co-chair fifth Indo-US strategic dialogue with Sushma

Kerry leaves for India; to co-chair fifth Indo-US strategic dialogue with Sushma

30 Jul 2014

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry, heading a high-powered delegation, today left for India to co-chair the fifth annual India-US Strategic Dialogue with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in New Delhi during his three-day official visit.

John Kerry,   Sushma Swaraj,   US Secretary of State,   External Affairs Minister,   Jen Psaki,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties ,  

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