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<strong>Indians</strong> win six medals with two gold in Para Asian Games

Indians win six medals with two gold in Para Asian Games

20 Oct 2014

Incheon: India opened their gold medal account with two track and field athletes bagging the yellow metal in a haul of six medals on the second day of competitions at the Para Asian Games here on Monday.

Indian athletes,   Para Asian Games,  
It's ladoos over chocolates for <strong>Indians</strong> during Diwali

It's ladoos over chocolates for Indians during Diwali

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Despite stiff competition from attractively packed imported chocolates, fancy cookies, cakes, and muffins on every Diwali, branded traditional Indian sweets, a market estimated at Rs 49,000 crore (USD 8 billion), have not only managed to hold on to their own but have witnessed a steady rise in sales due to an expanding market, rising incomes and, most importantly, the emotional value associated with them, outlet owners say.

ladoos,   chocolates,   Diwali,   Diwali sweets,   Kaju sweets,   gulab jamun,   Indian sweets,   mithai,  
Work advances at Rio 2016 venues

Work advances at Rio 2016 venues

17 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeir: The construction work at three Rio 2016 venues is in progress as the city steps up its Olympic preparations, local organizers have said.

Rio Olympics,   2016 Olympics,   2016 Olympic destination,   Rio Olympic Arena,   ,  
Prepare pitches suiting just like <strong>Indians</strong> do at home: Watson

Prepare pitches suiting just like Indians do at home: Watson

15 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Australian all-rounder Shane Watson sounded out a warning for the Indian team, which would be touring Down Under in December, that the home team's groundsmen will prepare "conducive pitches" just like their Indian counterparts do during an away series.

Australian cricket team,   Shane Watson,   Indian cricket team ,  
<strong>Indians</strong> more likely to absorb mobile radiation: Health Expert

Indians more likely to absorb mobile radiation: Health Expert

15 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Indians are more likely to absorb radiation from mobile phones due to their low body mass index and the less fat content in their bodies, a leading health expert said on Tuesday.

mobile radiation,   mobile phone,   body mass index,   radiation,   mobile phone towers,  
<strong>Indians</strong> suffer defeats in LIC World Junior Chess championship

Indians suffer defeats in LIC World Junior Chess championship

15 Oct 2014

Pune: Indian hopes took a beating as Ivana Maria Furtado, Rucha Pujari, Shweta Gole, Sakshi Chitalange and PV Nandhidhaa along with hitherto unbeaten Padmini Raut suffered defeats in the LIC World Junior Chess championship in Pune.

Chess,   Indian players,   LIC World Junior Chess championship,   Chess players,   Indian chess players ,  
Sushma Swaraj to inaugurate Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in London

Sushma Swaraj to inaugurate Pravasi Bhartiya Divas in London

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to London on Thursday to participate in the regional Pravasi Bhartiya Divas, being organised to reach out to 1.3 million Indian diaspora in Europe and project trade and business opportunities in India.

External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,   Pravasi Bhartiya Divas,   Indian diaspora,   Indians in Europe,   Indian in UK,   Trade,   Business,   NRI,  
Four <strong>Indians</strong> in Fortune's '40 under 40' powerful people list

Four Indians in Fortune's '40 under 40' powerful people list

10 Oct 2014

New York: Four Indians, including a Harvard University professor and the co-founder of India's largest online marketplace Snapdeal, have been named by Fortune in its list of the 40 most powerful, influential and important people in business under the age of 40.

Four Indians,   Fortune's '40,   40' powerful people list,   Fortune India,   ,  
Efforts to strengthen bond with overseas <strong>Indians</strong>: Modi

Efforts to strengthen bond with overseas Indians: Modi

07 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said efforts for overseas Indians being undertaken by the government will help "further strengthen our bond with the diaspora".

bond with overseas Indians,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,   overseas business,  
<strong>Indians</strong> perceive smartphones as enhancing productivity, communications: BlackBerry study

Indians perceive smartphones as enhancing productivity, communications: BlackBerry study

09 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Indian handset users see their smartphones as devices that enable higher productivity at work and enhance communications and collaboration with colleagues, a study by Canadian handset maker BlackBerry said.

Indian handset users,   India smartphone users,   Smartphones,   Productivity,   Communications,   BlackBerry,  

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