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UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

UN lauds India's improved disaster risk management

06 Mar 2015

United Nations: Lauding India's improved disaster risk management and accuracy of its meteorological department, the UN has said timely warnings on cyclones have helped "dramatically" reduce mortality during natural calamities.

United Nation,   India,   Improved Disaster Risk Management,  Indian Met Department,   Natural Calamities,   Cyclone Phailin,   Global Assessment Report,  
Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

Spectrum auctions will lead to high tariffs, competition: Report

05 Mar 2015

Mumbai: The ongoing spectrum auctions, which fetched over Rs 60,000 crore on the very first day, are likely to intensify competition among major telecom players, leading to higher tariffs, and will also increase the gap between top operators and smaller ones, says a report.

spectrum auctions,   Telecom department,   Telelcom players,   spectrum bidding,   Bharti Airtel,   Vodafone,   Idea Cellular,  
ICC World Cup: India pack West Indies for 182 at WACA in Perth

ICC World Cup: India pack West Indies for 182 at WACA in Perth

06 Mar 2015

Perth: Indian bowling unit continued its splendid show as it bundled out a below-par West Indies for a paltry 182 in a group league match at the ICC Cricket World Cup, here on Friday.

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Dilip Shanghvi overtakes Mukesh Ambani as richest <strong>Indian</strong>

Dilip Shanghvi overtakes Mukesh Ambani as richest Indian

05 Mar 2015

New York: Pharma tycoon Dilip Shanghvi on Wednesday surpassed Mukesh Ambani as the world's richest Indian with a net worth of USD 21.5 billion -- within two days of Reliance Industries chief being ranked India's wealthiest for 8th year.

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Obama names <strong>Indian</strong> American investor as IMF director

Obama names Indian American investor as IMF director

05 Mar 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has nominated Sunil Sabharwal, an independent Indian American investor in the payments sector, as US Alternate Executive Director at International Monetary Fund for a term of two years.

IMF,   Indian American Investor,   President Barack Obama,   Sunil Sabharwal,   US Alternate Executive Director,   International Monetary Fund ,  
 Censor Board bans`Fifty Shades of Grey' from <strong>Indian</strong> cinemas

Censor Board bans`Fifty Shades of Grey' from Indian cinemas

05 Mar 2015

Mumbai: India’s government censors have said they will not allow the big-screen adaptation of erotic novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” to be shown in Indian cinemas, a decision most had anticipated in the largely conservative country.

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Budget evokes mixed reaction among real estate <strong>players</strong>

Budget evokes mixed reaction among real estate players

28 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The real estate industry, which had pinned high hopes on the Union Budget for revival of the liquidity-starved sector, welcomed some of the proposals of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, but said there was no clarity on development of 100 smart cities. It said the document also lacks serious incentives to boost the key sector.

Union Budget 2015,   Budget 2015,   Union Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Budget Session 2015,   Indian economy ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Embassy revises minimum wage for workers in Kuwait

Indian Embassy revises minimum wage for workers in Kuwait

04 Mar 2015

Dubai: India has decided to revise the minimum wage for its workers in Kuwait with immediate effect after analysing the labour market situation in the country.

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Restoring BCCI's image my first priority: Dalmiya

Restoring BCCI's image my first priority: Dalmiya

05 Mar 2015

Kolkata: Asserting that restoring the BCCI's image was his first priority, newly elected Indian cricket board president Jagmohan Dalmiya on Wednesday called for properly conducting the Indian Premier League (IPL).

BCCI,   BCCI president,   Jagmohan Dalmiya,   Indian Premier League,   IPL 8,  
Nadal wants traditional clay events protected

Nadal wants traditional clay events protected

02 Mar 2015

Buenos Aires: Rafa Nadal wants tournament organisers to maintain the tradition of clay courts on the Tour and said the growing number of events switching to harder surfaces could increase the injury risk to players long after they finish their careers.

Rafa Nadal,   Tennis clay courts,   Tennis players,  

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