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If Government asks, <strong>Maruti</strong> ready to change safety features: Kalsi

If Government asks, Maruti ready to change safety features: Kalsi

28 Nov 2014

Gandhinagar: After Maruti Suzuki's popular hatchback Swift failed the recent Global NCAP crash test, the company on Friday said it is ready to upgrade safety standards if asked to do so by the government.

Maruti Suzuki,   Maruti Swift,   NCAP crash test,   AutoShow Gujarat 2014,   R S Kalsi,  
Government believes 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS still alive

Government believes 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS still alive

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government believes that 39 Indians held hostage by ISIS in Iraq are still alive as there is no confirmation of reports that they have been killed, Parliament was told on Friday amid concerns express by members over their fate.

Sushma Swaraj,   Indian workers in Iraq,   killing of 39 Indians in Iraq,   IS militants,   External Affairs Minister,  
Modi promised jobs, gave brooms, says Rahul Gandhi

Modi promised jobs, gave brooms, says Rahul Gandhi

28 Nov 2014

Chaibasa (Jharkhand): Rahul Gandhi on Friday took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan', saying he had promised employment to people, but instead handed them broomsticks.

Chaibasa,   Rahul Gandhi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Swachh Bharat Abhiyan,   Employment,   Broomsticks,  
Rahul Gandhi interacts with party <strong>workers</strong> in Jamshedpur

Rahul Gandhi interacts with party workers in Jamshedpur

28 Nov 2014

Jamshedpur: AICC Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Friday interacted with party workers at the airport here before he boarded a chopper for campaigning in the adjoining West Singhbhum district in Jharkhand.

Rahul Gandhi,   party workers,   Jamshedpur,   AICC Vice President,   Jharkhand,   Chaibasa,   election meetings,   ,  
Mere handshake not enough, hearts should meet: Rajnath on Indo-Pak ties

Mere handshake not enough, hearts should meet: Rajnath on Indo-Pak ties

28 Nov 2014

Srinagar :A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif shook hands during the SAARC Summit in Kathmandu, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said it was not enough and efforts should be made to bring hearts together.

India,  Pakistan,   Indo-Pak Ties,   Indian Prime Minister,  Narendra Modi,   Pakistani Prime Minister,   Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC Summit,   Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Assembly Polls,   Jammu and Kashmir ,  
Not closing down operations in Baluchistan: WHO

Not closing down operations in Baluchistan: WHO

28 Nov 2014

Karachi: The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday dismissed reports that it was suspending operations in Pakistan's troubled Baluchistan province following the killing of four polio workers.

World Health Organisation,   WHO,   Pakistan,   Baluchistan,   WHO suspending operations,   four polio workers killing,  
<strong>Maruti</strong> Alto 800 tops quality among entry level cars: Study

Maruti Alto 800 tops quality among entry level cars: Study

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Maruti's entry level model Alto 800 ranks highest in the entry compact segment for initial quality, while rival Hyundai's i10 gets the top slot in the compact segment, said a study.

Maruti Alto 800,   Alto 800,   Hyundai's i10,   JD Power 2014,   India Initial Quality Study,   Hyundai Xcent,   Ford Ecosport,   SUV segment,  
1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

27 Nov 2014

Lakhimpur/Dibrugarh: ULFA (I) militants on Thursday killed a man and injured two others while another militant was killed in an encounter with police ahead Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Assam on November 29.

United Liberation Front of Assam,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SP P K Bhuyan,   Mridul Gogoi,   Guwahati Medical College Hospital,   ,  
DRDO facing shortage of 2,776 scientists: Government

DRDO facing shortage of 2,776 scientists: Government

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India's premier defence and research organisation DRDO is facing a shortage of 2,776 scientists as there has been no enhancement of scientific manpower since 2001, the government said on Friday.

DRDO,   Lok Sabha,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Paririkar,  
'No-Ebola' certificate must to enter India from affected countries

'No-Ebola' certificate must to enter India from affected countries

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The government has asked those travelling to India from Ebola-affected countries to carry a certificate stating that there is no evidence of the deadly virus in their body fluids, after a person cured of the disease was found to be carrying the virus in his semen.

Ebola,   Ebola Virus,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Ministry of Health,   Ebola India ,  

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