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Congress protests against <strong>inflation</strong>, sells onions at Rs 40 per kg

Congress protests against inflation, sells onions at Rs 40 per kg

27 Aug 2015

Jaipur: Congress yesterday protested against government's 'non-action to control' the price of the onions and sold the commodity for Rs 40 per kg against the current rate of Rs 70-80 in the state.

onion price,   Congress protest,   inflation,   government,   latest India news,  
All batsmen willing to bat at any position: Bangar

All batsmen willing to bat at any position: Bangar

29 Aug 2015

Colombo: India's batting coach Sanjay Bangar today lauded his batsmen for adapting quickly to team's requirements by coming out to bat at any position they are asked to.

India batting coach,   Sanjay Bangar,   Team India,   Cricket,   Test,   India vs Sri Lanka ,  
3rd Test: <strong>India</strong> 292/8 against Sri Lanka at stumps on Day 2

3rd Test: India 292/8 against Sri Lanka at stumps on Day 2

29 Aug 2015

Colombo: Cheteshwar Pujara recorded his seventh hundred and held India's innings together against an inspired spell of fast bowling by Dhammika Prasad on the second day of the third and final Test against Sri Lanka on Saturday.

Sri Lanka VS India,   Third Test match,   Angelo Mathews,   Virat Kohli,   Indian cricket team,   India in Sri Lanka,   Live cricket scorecard,   Live cricket score,   Live scoreboard,   Live Score,   Latest News,  
Hope Mahesh Bhupathi too gets the Khel Ratna award in future: Sania Mirza

Hope Mahesh Bhupathi too gets the Khel Ratna award in future: Sania Mirza

29 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza, who will receive the prestigious Khel Ratna award today, said her former mixed doubles partner Mahesh Bhupathi too is a deserving candidate for the honour and hoped he will receive the recognition in near future.

Sania Mirza,   Khel Ratna,   Mahesh Bhupathi,   India tennis,   Leander Paes ,  
Indian women's hockey team qualifies for 2016 Olympic Games

Indian women's hockey team qualifies for 2016 Olympic Games

29 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Indian women's hockey team has qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Indian hockey team,   Women hockey team,   2016 Olympics,   Hockey India,  
ECBs, NRI deposits push India's external debt to USD 476 billion

ECBs, NRI deposits push India's external debt to USD 476 billion

29 Aug 2015

New Delhi: India's total external debt rose by USD 29.5 billion, or 6.6 percent, to USD 475.8 billion at the end of March, mainly due to increase in external commercial borrowings and NRI deposits.

India external debt,   External commercial borrowings,   NRI deposits,   Indian economy,  
BCCI adjourns WC meet over Srinivasan's presence

BCCI adjourns WC meet over Srinivasan's presence

29 Aug 2015

Kolkata: High drama was witnessed in the BCCI's crucial Working Committee meeting over the presence of N Srinivasan, prompting the President Jagmohan Dalmiya to adjourn the meeting sine die over lack of legal clarity on the sidelined former chief's status.

BCCI,   N Srinivasan,   Jagmohan Dalmiya,   India cricket,   IPL scam,   CSK,  
18 soldiers injured in accidental explosion at Army training camp in Kashmir

18 soldiers injured in accidental explosion at Army training camp in Kashmir

29 Aug 2015

Srinagar: At least 18 army jawans were injured in an explosion at an army camp today in south Kashmir's Pulwama district.

Indian soldiers,   Indian Army,   accidental explosion,   Army training camp,   Kashmir,   Pulwama,   Latest India News ,  
Sheena Bora murder case: Focus now on forensic report of skeletal remains

Sheena Bora murder case: Focus now on forensic report of skeletal remains

29 Aug 2015

Mumbai: The focus in the high-profile Sheena Bora murder case has now shifted to the forensic analysis of the skeletal remains found yesterday in Raigad district where her body was allegedly dumped three years ago.

Sheena Bora,   Sheena Bora murder case,   Sheena Bora skeletal remains,   Indrani Mukherjea,   Raigad district,   latest India news,  
Pakistan shelling turns IB hamlets into 'war-zones'

Pakistan shelling turns IB hamlets into 'war-zones'

29 Aug 2015

Sai(Jammu): Villagers at the forefront of Pakistani firing say they feel like being in a war zone amid sounds of falling mortar bombs and rattle of automatic weapons and have appealed to the government to ask the neighbouring country to end the tension.

Pakistani firing,   Ceasefire violations,   War zone,   India,   BSF,   Pak Rangers,   Border villages ,  

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