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I'm just focusing on my <strong>line</strong> and length: Umesh Yadav

I'm just focusing on my line and length: Umesh Yadav

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: High on confidence after his superb World Cup performance, Kolkata Knight Riders pacer Umesh Yadav said he was focusing on his line and length to outsmart batsmen in the ongoing Indian Premier League.

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IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers

IRCTC to offer baggage insurance for train passengers

19 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Aiming at providing passengers more facilities for booking tickets online, IRCTC is planning to offer a new service of 'baggage insurance' for them.

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France to work with India on semi-high speed <strong>rail</strong>

France to work with India on semi-high speed rail

11 Apr 2015

Paris: France will partner India in a study for upgrading the speed on Delhi-Chandigarh rail line to 200 km per hour and help in re-development of Ambala and Ludhiana railway stations.

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Apple Watch to include <strong>Line</strong> Messaging service

Apple Watch to include Line Messaging service

16 Apr 2015

Tokyo: Apple's highly anticipated smartwatch will feature a Line Messaging application, the system used on the iPhone, enabling the watch to receive new messages and reply with "stickers" and "emoticons", Line's spokesperson in Japan confirmed to Efe news agency on Thursday.

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Nokia-Alcatel deal may force Ericsson to expand fixed <strong>line</strong> range

Nokia-Alcatel deal may force Ericsson to expand fixed line range

17 Apr 2015

Stockholm: Sweden's Ericsson, the world's biggest maker of mobile telecoms equipment, will probably have to expand its range of fixed line products to defend its turf following Nokia's purchase of Alcatel-Lucent.

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Striking teachers disrupt <strong>rail</strong>, road traffic in Bihar

Striking teachers disrupt rail, road traffic in Bihar

15 Apr 2015

Patna: Contractual school teachers, who have been agitating for a week, on Wednesday burnt tyres on the roads and squatted on railway tracks affecting rail and road traffic.

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Patients to be issued I-card for availing <strong>rail</strong> concession

Patients to be issued I-card for availing rail concession

14 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With cases of misuse of concession tickets coming to the fore, Railways have decided to undertake a slew of measures including issuing an I-card to patients eligible for benefit to curb revenue leakage.

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Indian Railways turns 162-year-old

Indian Railways turns 162-year-old

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Indian Railways, the lifeline of the country and perhaps its most preferred mode of transport, on Thursday completed 162 years in the service of the nation.

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Recognising LoC as international border most viable solution: Omar Abdullah

Recognising LoC as international border most viable solution: Omar Abdullah

15 Apr 2015

Washington: Asserting that the current status quo is not an answer to the Kashmir problem, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has called for converting the Line of Control (LoC) into an international border that allows free movement of people and goods.

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China plans to build <strong>rail</strong> link with Nepal through Mount Everest

China plans to build rail link with Nepal through Mount Everest

09 Apr 2015

Beijing: China plans to build a 540-kilometre strategic high-speed rail link between Tibet and Nepal passing through a tunnel under Mount Everest, a move that could raise alarm in India about the Communist giant's growing influence in its neighbourhood.

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