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Rajan says RBI wants to reduce undue volatility in rupee

Rajan says RBI wants to reduce undue volatility in rupee

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India is not focussed on any particular level of exchange rate, but wants to reduce undue volatility, Governor Raghuram Rajan said after the policy review on Tuesday.

Mumbai,   Reserve Bank of India,   RBI,   exchange rate,   Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   policy review ,  
Things a guy should NEVER do on a first date

Things a guy should NEVER do on a first date

29 Sep 2014

Delhi: As an old saying goes, "first impression is the last impression". One has to keep this in mind when going on a first date.

Date,   couple,   love,   relationship,   etiquette,   abusive language,  
Fearing loneliness, Belgian <strong>couple</strong> opts for euthanasia

Fearing loneliness, Belgian couple opts for euthanasia

27 Sep 2014

London: An octogenarian Belgian couple in Brussels has opted for euthanasia fearing loneliness if one of them dies first, media reported.

Loneliness,   Brussels,   Belgian couple,   euthanasia,   octogenarian,  
Human sleep pattern may <strong>have</strong> evolved first in oceans

Human sleep pattern may have evolved first in oceans

29 Sep 2014

Berlin: The cells that control our rhythms of sleep and wakefulness may have first evolved in the ocean - hundreds of millions of years ago - in response to pressure to move away from the Sun, a new study has found.

Human Sleep,   Sleep pattern,   Ocean,   Ocean creatures,   Melatonin,   Brain larvae,  
I <strong>have</strong> not taken a vacation even for 15 minutes: PM Modi

I have not taken a vacation even for 15 minutes: PM Modi

29 Sep 2014

New York: Expressing a strong resolve to make development a mass movement in India and put every effort to take the country to new heights, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he has not taken a vacation for even 15 minutes since he assumed the high office in May.

vacation,   PM Modi,   invites diaspora,   Make in India,   clean Ganga,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,   US,   US president,   Barack Obama,  
Rafael Nadal targets Djokovic China record on return

Rafael Nadal targets Djokovic China record on return

28 Sep 2014

Beijing: Rafael Nadal makes his long-awaited return to action at the China Open this week, where he will be seeking to challenge world number one Novak Djokovic’s 100 percent record in Beijing.

Rafael Nadal,   China Open,   Novak Djokovic,   tennis players ,  
Maharashtra Assembly polls: Over 7,000 candidates file nomination

Maharashtra Assembly polls: Over 7,000 candidates file nomination

28 Sep 2014

Mumbai: As many as 7,401 candidates have filed nominations for the October 15 Maharashtra Assembly polls, which is set to witness a five-cornered contest in all the 288 constituencies.

Mumbai,   candidates,   nominations,   Maharashtra Assembly polls,   five-cornered contest,  
Jaya's conviction will <strong>have</strong> 'far-reaching' implications: CPI

Jaya's conviction will have 'far-reaching' implications: CPI

27 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  CPI said the conviction and sentencing of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to four year imprisonment would have "far-reaching" implications in the state and national politics, though there was no threat to the AIADMK government as it enjoyed a majority.

D Raja,   CPI,   Tamil Nadu Chief Minister,   J Jayalalithaa,   AIADMK government,  
Social identities <strong>have</strong> led to discrimination: Hamid Ansari

Social identities have led to discrimination: Hamid Ansari

27 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Citizens belonging to SCs, STs, religious minorities and women have suffered discrimination due to their social identities and this in turn has affected their access to resources, opportunities and even civil rights, Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Saturday said.

Hamid Ansari,   SCs,   STs,   religious minorities,   General category,   Indian Institute of Dalit Studies,   IIDS,   JNU,  
 Lata Mangeshkar turns 85, B-Town wishes good health

Lata Mangeshkar turns 85, B-Town wishes good health

28 Sep 2014

Mumbai: As 'melody queen' Lata Mangeshkar turned 85 on Sunday, several film celebrities including sister Asha Bhosle, megastar Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, singer Shreya Ghosal wished her and thanked her for giving several memorable songs.

Mumbai,   melody queen,   Lata Mangeshkar,   film celebrities,   Asha Bhosle,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Hema Malini,   Shreya Ghosal,  

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