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PM Modi woos Australia investors; says India's policies transparent

PM Modi woos Australia investors; says India's policies transparent

17 Nov 2014

Brisbane: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday wooed Australian investors to India, saying the environment that is prevailing in the country is "welcoming" and easy to do business, besides having transparent and predictable policies.

Queensland,   Narendra Modi,   Indian economy,   G-20 summit,   Tony Abbott ,  
IPTL boss unconcerned <strong>over</strong> Roger Federer injury

IPTL boss unconcerned over Roger Federer injury

20 Nov 2014

Singapore: The head of the new International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) shrugged off concerns over Roger Federer`s fitness on Thursday as the Swiss star battles a back injury.

International Premier Tennis League,   IPTL,   Roger Federer,  
Telangana Legislative Assembly adopts resolution <strong>over</strong> naming of Hyderabad airport after NTR

Telangana Legislative Assembly adopts resolution over naming of Hyderabad airport after NTR

21 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: The Telangana Legislative Assembly on Friday adopted a resolution requesting the Centre to "continue status quo" and reconsider its decision to restore name of late Chief Minister N T Rama Rao to the domestic terminal at Hyderabad International Airport.

Telangana,   Telangana Legislative Assembly,   N T Rama Rao,   Hyderabad International Airport,   TDP,   BJP,   Congress,   Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao ,  
India has highest number of <strong>people</strong> practicing open defecation

India has highest number of people practicing open defecation

19 Nov 2014

United Nations: India has the highest number of people practising open defecation in the world at 597 million, according to the UN which said political will at the "highest level" is needed to address the challenge.

India,   World Toilet Day,   United Nations,  Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Africa,   Mahatma Gandhi,   Women's Safety ,  
Serious doubts remain <strong>over</strong> Michael Clarke's fitness

Serious doubts remain over Michael Clarke's fitness

20 Nov 2014

Sydney: Serious doubts remained over Michael Clarke's participation in the first Test against India, starting December 4 in Brisbane, after Cricket Australia physio Alex Kountouris indicated that the captain is far from recovering from his hamstring and back injuries.

Michael Clarke,   Brisbanem,   Cricket,   Alex Kountouris,   back injuries,   Zimbabwe,   Michael Clarke injuries,  
 'Godman' slapped with sedition charge

'Godman' slapped with sedition charge

19 Nov 2014

Hisar (Haryana): In the wake of armed resistance by Rampal's supporters on Tuesday, Police has slapped sedition and other charges against the controversial 'godman' and several of his followers that include officials of his Satlok Ashram.

Godman Rampal,   Rampal followers,   violence at Rampal's ashram,   arrest of Rampal,  
'Kill Dil' collects Rs <strong>20</strong> crore in opening weekend

'Kill Dil' collects Rs 20 crore in opening weekend

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Director Shaad Ali's "Kill Dil", a thriller about guns and romance, managed to earn about Rs.20 crore in three days, says an expert.

Kill Dil,   collects Rs 20 crore,   opening weekend,   film,   bollywood,   movies,   entertainment,  
Drowning kills 372,000 <strong>people</strong> each year: UN

Drowning kills 372,000 people each year: UN

18 Nov 2014

United Nations: A newly-released World Health Organisation (WHO) report shows that drowning claims the lives of 372,000 people each year, UN deputy spokesperson Farhan Haq said Monday.

World Health Organisation,   UN,   WHO,   UN deputy spokesperson ,  
National Investigation Agency holds talks with Bangladesh agencies to unravel Burdwan plot

National Investigation Agency holds talks with Bangladesh agencies to unravel Burdwan plot

17 Nov 2014

Dhaka: Seeking to unravel the plot behind the Burdwan blast, a team of officials from India's National Investigation Agency on Monday held talks with their Bangladeshi counterparts.

Seeking to unravel,   plot,   Burdwan blast,   team of officials,   India's National Investigation Agency,   held talks,   Bangladeshi counterparts,  
Rajnath asks Maoists to shun <strong>violence</strong>, join mainstream

Rajnath asks Maoists to shun violence, join mainstream

16 Nov 2014

Bhavnathpur/Latehar: Making an appeal for a clear mandate in favour of BJP in Maoist-hit Jharkhand, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday asked Naxals to shun violence and join the mainstream to strengthen the nation.

BJP,   Maoist-hit Jharkhand,   Rajnath Singh,   Naxals,  

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