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<strong>Indian</strong> scientists develop seedless mangoes

Indian scientists develop seedless mangoes

22 Jul 2014

Patna: Indian scientists have developed what could be the ultimate delicacy a seedless mango which is finely textured and juicy, with a rich, sweet and distinctive flavour when mature.

Indian scientist,   seedless mangoes,   horticulture,   Bihar Agriculture University,   mango,   ,  
<strong>Indian</strong> coaches allowed at ringside in CWG Boxing: Sources

Indian coaches allowed at ringside in CWG Boxing: Sources

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: There was good news for Indian boxers at the Commonwealth Games starting tomorrow in Glasgow with the world body AIBA reversing its original stand of not allowing coaches to second them at ringside during bouts.

Indian boxers,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG in Glasgow,   AIBA,  
India aims top three finish in Glasgow Commonwealth Games

India aims top three finish in Glasgow Commonwealth Games

22 Jul 2014

Glasgow: The unprecedented success achieved in the last edition would be hard to replicate this time after the dropping of a few disciplines but upbeat after getting back in the Olympic fold, a 215-strong Indian contingent would nonetheless seek a top-five finish in the 20th Commonwealth Games which begin on Wednesday.

Indian contingent at CWG,   Glasgow Commonwealth Games,  
India firms borrowed USD 1.89 billion from overseas markets in June: RBI

India firms borrowed USD 1.89 billion from overseas markets in June: RBI

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Borrowings by Indian firms declined by over 3 percent from a year ago to USD 1.89 billion in June 2014, according to Reserve Bank data released on Tuesday.

RBI,   Indian firms,   borrowings,   overseas market,   earnings,  
Acid used for toilet cleaning may cause respiratory diseases

Acid used for toilet cleaning may cause respiratory diseases

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Almost 91 percent of doctors link acids used as toilet cleaners with respiratory and other health problem, states a survey by Indian Medical Academy.

toilet cleaners,   respiratory problem,   health problem,   Indian Medical Academy,   toilet cleaning,  
Subrata Paul, Nabi to play for Mumbai in ISL

Subrata Paul, Nabi to play for Mumbai in ISL

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Current India custodian Subrata Paul and midfielder Syed Rahim Nabi were the big signings by Mumbai franchise on day one of the two-day inaugural eight-team Hero Indian Super League domestic players draft held on Tuesday.

Subrata Paul,   Syed Rahim Nabi,   Mumbai franchise,   Indian Super League,  
Gold tumbles on global cues; silver ends lower

Gold tumbles on global cues; silver ends lower

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Gold prices plunged by Rs 275 to Rs 28,200 per ten gram in the national capital on Tuesday on stockists selling, tracking a weak global trend.

gold price ,   silver price ,   bullion report ,   bullion market ,   gold market ,   silver market ,   indian gold market,  
Government looking at stake sale in Rail infrastructure companies

Government looking at stake sale in Rail infrastructure companies

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government is planning to offload its stake in certain profit-making infrastructure companies of Indian Railways, a move that will help such companies to get listed on stock exchanges as well as raise funds for exchequer.

infrastructure companies of Indian Railways,   Railway Board,   RailTel Corporation,   RITES,   IRCTC,   RailTel Corporation,   Arun Jaitley ,  
We concentrated on players from northeast only: John Abraham

We concentrated on players from northeast only: John Abraham

22 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actor John Abraham who co-owns the North East United FC, the Guwahati franchise of the upcoming Indian Super League, on Tuesday said his team management's aim was to concentrate on Indian players from that region only.

Bollywood actor,   John Abraham,   North East United FC,   Guwahati franchise,   Indian Super League ,  
U-23 <strong>Indian</strong> football team leaves for Czech Republic

U-23 Indian football team leaves for Czech Republic

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A 25-member Under-23 Indian football squad left for Czech Republic for a 19-day exposure tour in preparation for the Incheon Asian Games to be held from Sep 19 to Oct 4.

Under-23 Indian football squad,   Incheon Asian Games,   Sunil Chhetri ,  

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