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PMK slams Centre's soft approach towards <strong>Sri</strong> <strong>Lanka</strong>

PMK slams Centre's soft approach towards Sri Lanka

12 Sep 2014

Chennai: NDA constituent PMK on Friday slammed the Centre's 'soft approach' towards Sri Lanka, saying it had 'emboldened' Colombo to engage in activities, including arresting of Indian fishermen.

NDA,   PMK,   Sri Lanka,   Indian fishermen,   S Ramadoss,   Mahinda Rajapaksa,  
Maruti's Manesar plant crosses 25 lakh production milestone

Maruti's Manesar plant crosses 25 lakh production milestone

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India, the country's largest car maker, on Tuesday announced its second plant at Manesar in Haryana has crossed the 25 lakh cumulative production milestone this month.

Maruti Suzuki India,   Manesar Plant,   Manesar facility,   Rajiv Gandhi,   Swift DZire,   Swift Zxi,  
Dhoni keeps mum on booing of England players during <strong>T20</strong> <strong>match</strong>

Dhoni keeps mum on booing of England players during T20 match

08 Sep 2014

Birmingham: In no mood to be drawn into a controversy at the end of an exhausting tour, Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni steered clear of queries on England's cricketers, especially spinner Moeen Ali, getting booed on home turf during the one-off Twenty20 match here.

India captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   MS Dhoni,   India vs England,   T20 International,  
Jinping Xi’s visit to <strong>India</strong>, <strong>Lanka</strong>, Maldives to begin next week

Jinping Xi’s visit to India, Lanka, Maldives to begin next week

09 Sep 2014

Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit India, Sri Lanka, Tajikistan and the Maldives from next week to bolster the country's relations with South Asia and Central Asia.

Jinping Xi,   visit to India,   Sri Lanka,   Maldives,   Chinese President,   India,   ties,  
Indian Ocean region vulnerable to massive tsunamis: Study

Indian Ocean region vulnerable to massive tsunamis: Study

11 Sep 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka and much of the Indian Ocean region are vulnerable to as large or even larger tsunamis than the 2004 magnitude 9.2 Sumatra earthquake, a new study has warned.

Sri Lanka,   Indian Ocean region,   tsunamis,   Sumatra earthquake,  
Data traffic ups radiation exposure from smartphones: Expert

Data traffic ups radiation exposure from smartphones: Expert

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: This is not a good news for the smartphone lovers. An expert has said that the radiation exposure from smartphones is much higher because of data traffic.

Smartphone lovers,   Smartphone radiation,   Smartphones sales,   Smartphones India,   Data traffic,  
Kings XI Punjab looking forward to the CLT20 challenge: George Bailey

Kings XI Punjab looking forward to the CLT20 challenge: George Bailey

15 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Runners-up in this year's IPL, Kings XI Punjab are looking forward to the upcoming Champions League Twenty20 challenge with skipper George Bailey saying that the side is focused and well prepared for the games ahead.

IPL,   Kings XI Punjab,   Champions League Twenty20,   CLT20,   George Bailey,   T20 cricket,   KXIP captain ,  
Rory McIlroy in title hunt even without his 'A' game

Rory McIlroy in title hunt even without his 'A' game

14 Sep 2014

Atlanta: As Rory McIlroy hunts his fifth tournament win of the year at this week's Tour Championship, his rivals could well feel a sense of foreboding that the world number one is tied for the lead despite not playing at his best.

Rory McIlroy,   Tour Championship ,  
Shah Rukh Khan's 'Slam' <strong>tour</strong> generates great excitement in US

Shah Rukh Khan's 'Slam' tour generates great excitement in US

14 Sep 2014

Washington: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming promotional tour in the US for his film 'Happy New Year' has generated a lot of excitement not only among his Indian and South Asians fans but also native Americans.

Shah Rukh Khan,   United States,   Happy New Year,   Slam,   Deepika Padukone,   Abhishek Bachhan,  
Japanese PM ends <strong>Sri</strong> <strong>Lanka</strong> trip with visit to temple

Japanese PM ends Sri Lanka trip with visit to temple

08 Sep 2014

Colombo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offered flowers and worshipped on Monday at a historic Buddhist temple outside Colombo as he wrapped up his two-nation South Asian tour that also took him to Bangladesh.

Japnese PM,   Shinzo Abe,   Sri Lanka visit,   Kelaniya Rajamaha temple,   Junius Jayewardene ,  

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