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TCS opens <strong>Saudi</strong> Arabia's first all-woman BPO centre

TCS opens Saudi Arabia's first all-woman BPO centre

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: India's largest software exporter TCS on Sunday said it has opened Saudi Arabia's first all-female business process centre, which will provide employment to up to 3,000 women in three years. Saudi Aramco and GE are the centre's first customers, TCS said in a statement here.

TCS,   Saudi Arabia,   first all-woman BPO,   call center,   employment,  
Tourism sector's concerns on liquor policy to be examined: <strong>Kerala</strong> government

Tourism sector's concerns on liquor policy to be examined: Kerala government

16 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala government on Tuesday said the concerns of the tourism sector on the impact of the new liquor policy would be looked into but asserted that it is not going to backtrack from the decision.

Kerala government,   liquor policy,   A P Anil Kumar,   Kerela liquor policy,   BJP,  
Ready to jointly combat terrorism in Middle East, says <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong>

Ready to jointly combat terrorism in Middle East, says Saudi Arabia

12 Sep 2014

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal has said that US and Arab allies were ready for a unified vision to combat terrorism through all means.

Saudi Arabia,   Saud Al-Faisal,   Middle East,   terrorism,   terrorism in Middle East,   ISIS,  
Government files affidavit in High Court regarding liquor policy

Government files affidavit in High Court regarding liquor policy

16 Sep 2014

Kochi: Kerala Government on Tuesday informed the High Court that it was its 'avowed' policy to reduce liquor consumption in the state stage by stage and to achieve the goal of total Prohibition within a 10 year span.

Kerala government,   liquor policy,   A P Anil Kumar,   Kerela liquor policy,   BJP ,  
Twenty militants <strong>killed</strong> in Pakistan airstrikes

Twenty militants killed in Pakistan airstrikes

16 Sep 2014

Islamabad: At least 20 militants were killed on Tuesday during airstrikes in Pakistan's Khyber Agency area. According to an official, the strikes targeted Tor Dara, Tirah, Jatoi and Rajgal areas of the agency.

Pakistani Militants,   Pakistan airstrike,   Khyber Agency,   Taliban,   Al Qaeda linked groups,   ,  
<strong>Kerala</strong> eyes toddy to fill liquor's gap

Kerala eyes toddy to fill liquor's gap

15 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala's decision to close 730 bars in the state under a new liquor policy has sparked off a sudden interest in toddy, the state's traditional drink. Toddy tapped in Kerala is available in two varieties - one from coconut trees and the other from palm trees. Toddy tapped from the coconut tree is collected in a mud pot. Due to sediments in the pot, juice collected in four hours gets fermented and turns into toddy, which has an alcohol content of 5-8 percent.

Kerala,   toddy,   liquor's gap,   liquor bar,   kerala bar,   ban on liquor,  
<strong>Kerala</strong> receives 9 percent excess rainfall: Meteorological Centre

Kerala receives 9 percent excess rainfall: Meteorological Centre

15 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala has received nine percent excess rainfall till September 10, contrary to some earlier weather reports that predicted deficit during this South West monsoon season.

Meteorological Centre,   excess rainfall,   South West monsoon season,   India Meteorological Department,   K Santhosh,  
Govt should help Indians kept 'forcibly' in <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong>: MP

Govt should help Indians kept 'forcibly' in Saudi Arabia: MP

04 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Taking up the cause of Indian nationals allegedly being kept in Saudi Arabia against their wishes, JD (U) MP Ali Anwar Ansari on Thursday demanded that the External Affairs Ministry take quick action to ensure their return.

New Delhi,   Indian nationals,   Saudi Arabia,   JD (U) MP,   Ali Anwar Ansari,   External Affairs Ministry,   Sushma Swaraj,  
First Hajj flight from India arrives in <strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong>

First Hajj flight from India arrives in Saudi Arabia

28 Aug 2014

Jeddah: The first Hajj flight from India carrying 235 pilgrims has arrived in Medina in Saudi Arabia.

Jeddah,   first Hajj flight,   India,   pilgrims,   Medina,   Saudi Arabia,   Indian pilgrims,   Prince Mohammed International Airport ,  
Sheila Dikshit slams NDA for nudging UPA-appointed Governors to quit

Sheila Dikshit slams NDA for nudging UPA-appointed Governors to quit

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Attacking the NDA government for "forcing" UPA-appointed Governors to quit, former Kerala Governor and three-time Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Sunday said the new dispensation targeted the holders of the constitutional office "selectively" and "humiliated" them which does not auger well for democracy.

NDA government,   UPA-appointed Governors,   Sheila Dikshit,   Kerala Governor,   Lok Sabha polls,  

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