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India Inc. says land ordinance pro-farmer, pro-growth

India Inc. says land ordinance pro-farmer, pro-growth

22 Apr 2015

New Delhi : The land ordinance introduced in parliament on Monday will create millions of jobs, meet farmers' aspirations and help spur economic growth, India Inc. said on Wednesday.

India Inc.,   economic growth,   Confederation of Indian Industry,   CII president Sumit Mazumder,   Finance Minister Arun Jaitley ,   Latest business news ,  
AIUEC slams introduction of contractual employment

AIUEC slams introduction of contractual employment

22 Apr 2015

Aligarh: The All India University Employees Confederation (AIUEC) has strongly criticised the recent move by the Centre and some state governments for introducing contractual appointments in different universities and some other government departments.

AIUEC,   All India University Employees Confederation,   Contractual employment,   Centre,   State governments,   NDA,   labour laws,   University,   Latest State News,  
Demoralised India look to bounce back against Malaysia

Demoralised India look to bounce back against Malaysia

07 Apr 2015

Ipoh (Malaysia): Still winless after two outings, a demoralised India would be desperate to get their Azlan Shah Cup hockey campaign back on track with a positive result against a spirited Malaysia in their third league match, here on Monday.

Azlan Shah Cup hockey campaign,   Malaysian hockey team,   third league match,   Indian hockey team,   coach Paul van Ass,   Azlan Shah Stadium,  
<strong>Hockey</strong> India announces 25 probables for India-Japan series

Hockey India announces 25 probables for India-Japan series

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Hockey India on Monday announced a list of 25 probables for the upcoming India-Japan series, to be played in Bhubaneswar from May 3 to 9, which will be in preparation for the FIH Hockey World League Semi-Final (men), scheduled in June.

Hockey India,   Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium,   Sardar Singh,   Latest sports news,  
Czech <strong>hockey</strong> great Jaroslav Holik dies at 72

Czech hockey great Jaroslav Holik dies at 72

17 Apr 2015

Prague: Jaroslav Holik, an offensive forward who helped Czechoslovakia win a hockey world title and an Olympic bronze medal in 1972, has died. He was 72.

Czechoslovakia,   hockey,   Jaroslav Holik,   NHL,   Bobby Holik,   Latest sports news,  
Coach Van Ass keen to rope in psychologist for <strong>hockey</strong> team

Coach Van Ass keen to rope in psychologist for hockey team

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Conceding late goals by a fragile backline has been Indian's men hockey team's perennial bane which new chief coach Paul van Ass wants to eradicate by roping in a full-time psychologist for Sardar Singh and Co.

Indian men hockey team,   Paul van Ass,   Sardar Singh,   Latest News,  
Hawke's Bay Cup: India <strong>hockey</strong> eves go down 0-3 to US

Hawke's Bay Cup: India hockey eves go down 0-3 to US

18 Apr 2015

Hastings (New Zealand): The Indian women's hockey team lost their 5-8 position match of the Hawke's Bay Cup 0-3 against the US at the Hastings Sports Park here on Saturday.

India hockey,   Women,   Hastings Sports Park,   Hawke's Bay Cup,   US,  Latest sports news,  
Hawke's Bay Cup: NZ Defeats Indian women <strong>hockey</strong> team by 4-1

Hawke's Bay Cup: NZ Defeats Indian women hockey team by 4-1

16 Apr 2015

Hastings (New Zealand): Indian women's hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.

Indian women's hockey,  Hockey,  Women,  New Zealand,   Hawke's Bay Cup,   Latest sports news,   Latest news,  
Pakistan Auditor-General to carry out an audit of PHF

Pakistan Auditor-General to carry out an audit of PHF

16 Apr 2015

Karachi: The Auditor-General of Pakistan is set to carry out an audit of the national hockey federation (PHF) accounts from 2008 to 2014 on the instructions of the finance ministry.

Pakistan Hockey,   Hockey India,   Rana Mujahid,   India,  Pakistan,   Olympics,   Latest Sports News,   Latest News ,  
Upbeat India look to post win against New Zealand

Upbeat India look to post win against New Zealand

15 Apr 2015

Hastings: Having held World No. 2 Australia to a goal-less draw in their last match, the Indian women's hockey team will be looking to do better when and clinch a win when they take on hosts New Zealand in the quarter-finals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.

Australian hockey team,   Indian women hockey team,   India vs New Zealand,   Hawke Bay Cup,   Latest news,  

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