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Major car makers post healthy sales growth in July

Major car makers post healthy sales growth in July

02 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Car sales in India witnessed an upward swing in July with major companies, including market leader Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Tata Motors and Honda, posting healthy double-digit growth riding on improving sentiments and launch of new models.

Car sales in India,   Maruti Suzuki,   Hyundai,   Tata Motors,   Honda,   Toyota,   Latest News,  
Gajendra Chauhan selected FTII prez on the basis one-para CV: RTI

Gajendra Chauhan selected FTII prez on the basis one-para CV: RTI

02 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Did the government appoint actor Gajendra Chauhan chief of the prestigious Film and Television Institute of India on the basis of a single-para CV with only notable achievement being the role of Yudhisthir in BR Chopra's TV serial Mahabharat?

Actor Gajendra Chauhan,   Film and Television Institute of India,   Role of Yudhisthir in Mahabharat,   Information and Broadcasting ministry,   RTI query,   Latest News ,  
Government fresh bid to end Parliament deadlock, all-party meet tomorrow

Government fresh bid to end Parliament deadlock, all-party meet tomorrow

02 Aug 2015

New Delhi: With half of the Monsoon session virtually washed out, Government will make a fresh bid to end the two-week-long deadlock in Parliament with an all-party meeting tomorrow.

Monsoon session,   Government of India,   Deadlock in Parliament,   all party meeting,   Latest News,  
Security, a prime concern after enclaves exchange

Security, a prime concern after enclaves exchange

02 Aug 2015

Kolkata: With the long-awaited swapping of enclaves between India and Bangladesh now complete, ensuring security so that these areas do not become a hub of anti-national activities seems to be of prime concern of security agencies.

Swapping of enclaves,   India and Bangladesh,   Security at Enclaves,   anti national activities,   security agencies,   Latest News,  
More women watching adult content online in <strong>India</strong>: Study

More women watching adult content online in India: Study

01 Aug 2015

New York: When it comes to watching adult content online, women are slowly bridging the gap in India with as much as 30 percent of women in India now regularly visiting such websites, says a new study.

Adult content,   Women,   Indian women,   Adult websites,   Study on women ,  
Focus is to get Maggi back on shelves: Nestle <strong>India</strong> chief

Focus is to get Maggi back on shelves: Nestle India chief

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Suresh Narayanan, the new India chief of the USD 97.5 billion Swiss processed food giant Nestle, on Saturday said the popular instant noodle brand Maggi will be back on retail shelves as soon as possible, even as the company will launch more instant snacks and also focus on other  areas of operations.

Maggi,   Nestle India chief,   Suresh Narayanan,   new Nestle India chief,   Swiss processed food company,   Nestle,   Latest Business News ,  
Land acquisition a difficult task in <strong>India</strong>: Panagariya

Land acquisition a difficult task in India: Panagariya

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Terming land acquisition as one of the "difficult acts" in India, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya today said it can easily take up to 5 years for acquiring land for a large project including building of cities.

Land acquisition,   NITI Aayog,   Arvind Panagariya,   Land bill,  
Unmukt named <strong>India</strong> A captain for tri-series

Unmukt named India A captain for tri-series

01 Aug 2015

Chennai: Young Delhi batsman Unmukt Chand was today appointed India A captain for the upcoming ODI cricket tri-series involving Australia A and South Africa A starting here on August 5.

Unmukt Chand,   India A,   upcoming ODI series,   cricket tri-series,   Australia,   South Africa,   Latest Sports News,  
 <strong>India</strong> to have online registry of hepatitis patients

India to have online registry of hepatitis patients

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: An online registry will be launched soon to register the rising number of hepatitis patients in India, a leading gastroenterologist said here yesterday. The registry will be part of the newly formed Indian National Association for Study of the Liver and Current Perspective in Liver Disease.

hepatitis patients,   online registry of hepatitis patients,   hepatitis,   Indian National Association,   Latest health news ,  
<strong>India</strong>, Bangladesh exchange enclaves; people rejoice

India, Bangladesh exchange enclaves; people rejoice

01 Aug 2015

Dinhata (West Bengal): Crackers were burst and people rejoiced as India and Bangladesh exchanged enclaves at the stroke of midnight on Friday-Saturday, ending the 68 years of stateless existence for over 51,000 enclave dwellers.

Bangladesh,   India,   India Bangladesh enclave,   India Bangladesh land swap,   India Bangladesh LBA,   India Bangladesh ties,   India Bangladesh boundary deal,   latest India news ,  

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