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PCB not happy with Dubai's bouncy tracks for Australia series

PCB not happy with Dubai's bouncy tracks for Australia series

01 Oct 2014

Karachi: The PCB is not satisfied with reported comments made by the chief curator at the Dubai Sports city that a bouncy pitch has been prepared for the Test series between Pakistan and Australia.

Karachi,   PCB,   chief curator,   Dubai Sports city,   bouncy pitch,   Test series,   Pakistan,  Australia,  
Modi seeks easier access for Indian services companies to US economy

Modi seeks easier access for Indian services companies to US economy

01 Oct 2014

Washington: Expressing confidence that their bilateral economic ties would improve further, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sought easier access for Indian service companies to US economy during his talks with President Barack Obama.

Modi,   Indian service companies,   US economy,   Indo- US ties,   India,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,  
<strong>India</strong> not a major player in US' plan to contain China: Media

India not a major player in US' plan to contain China: Media

01 Oct 2014

Beijing: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a "rock-star" welcome in US, China's state-run media downplayed the visit saying India was not "sufficiently strong" and will not be a major player in America's strategy of containing the communist nation through "rebalancing of the Asia-Pacific".

India,   major player,   US,   China,   Media,   Narendra Modi,  
Summit meeting: Modi, Obama to discuss <strong>ways</strong> for boosting strategic partnership

Summit meeting: Modi, Obama to discuss ways for boosting strategic partnership

30 Sep 2014

Washington: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama would discuss a range of issues, including ways to accelerate economic growth and bolster security cooperation to deepen the US-India strategic partnership, at their maiden summit meeting on Tuesday.

Modi,   Obama,   boost strategic partnership,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US,   US,   India,   PM Modi,   Barack Obama,  
<strong>India</strong>, US agree in principle to renew defence pact

India, US agree in principle to renew defence pact

01 Oct 2014

Washington: India and US have in principle agreed to extend their defence agreement for another 10 years which will take forward the cooperation between the two countries in the crucial area.

India and US,   defence agreement ,  
Jayalalithaa's bail plea adjourned to 6th October

Jayalalithaa's bail plea adjourned to 6th October

30 Sep 2014

Bangalore: The criminal revision petition of jailed former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa for suspension of her sentence and bail was on Tuesday adjourned to 6th October by the judge of a vacation bench of the Karnataka High Court in Banglore.

Jayalalithaa,   Bail plea,   Karnataka High Court,   Dis-appropriate assets,   Karnataka High Court ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> anti-polio campaign misses over 16,000 children

Pakistan anti-polio campaign misses over 16,000 children

30 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Over 16,000 children in Pakistan could not be vaccinated against the polio virus due to their parents' resistance during the day-long national campaign against the crippling disease in Peshawar.

Pakistan,   Pakistan polio,   Anti-polio campiagn,   Peshawar,   Taliban ,  
Ponzi scam: Court grants interim relief to BJD MLA

Ponzi scam: Court grants interim relief to BJD MLA

30 Sep 2014

Cuttack: The Orissa High Court on Tuesday granted interim relief from arrest to BJD MLA Pravat Tripathy till October 13 in the ponzi scheme scam being investigated by the CBI.

Cuttack,   Orissa High Court,   interim relief,   BJD MLA,   Pravat Tripathy,   ponzi scheme scam,   CBI,  
Modi to speak on All <strong>India</strong> Radio on 3rd October

Modi to speak on All India Radio on 3rd October

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will connect with the people through national broadcaster All India Radio on October 3.

New Delhi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   national broadcaster,   All India Radio,   AIR,  
Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

Sea Link suicides: HC seeks PWD's views on PIL

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday asked the public works department of Maharashtra government to explain its stand on a public interest litigation demanding measures to prevent suicides or possible terror attacks on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link here.

Mumbai,   Bombay High Court,   public works department,   Maharashtra government,   public interest litigation,   PIL,   suicides,   terror attacks,   Bandra-Worli Sea Link,  

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