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US Kashmiri Pandits urge Narendra Modi to allow Kashmir yatra

US Kashmiri Pandits urge Narendra Modi to allow Kashmir yatra

01 Aug 2014

Washington: Kashmiri Pandits in US have sought the intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi for allowing the Kousar Nag religious yatra in the valley to proceed after the Jammu and Kashmir government rescinded the order permitting the event.

Kashmiri Pandits,   US Kashmiri Pandits,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Kousar Nag religious yatra,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Chief Minister Omar Abdullah ,  
Modi was denied visa by previous government, says Kerry

Modi was denied visa by previous government, says Kerry

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In perhaps the first explanation of US denial of visa for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Obama Administration said the decision was taken by the ‘previous’ government.

Narendra Modi,   John Kerry,   Barack Obama,   Prime Minister,   US President,   US Secretary of State,   visa issue,  
India takes tough stand on US snooping, says spying by friendly nation unacceptable

India takes tough stand on US snooping, says spying by friendly nation unacceptable

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Taking a tough stand on the snooping row, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj bluntly told her US counterpart John Kerry that surveillance of political leaders and others in India by American intelligence was totally ‘unacceptable’. Responding to it, Kerry said that any differences that may exist can be resolved by intelligence agencies of both countries.

India,   United States,   snooping,   spying,   India-US,   John Kerry,   Sushma Swaraj,   US Secretary of State,   External Affairs Minister ,  
'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps <strong>workers</strong> healthy

'Blue' light at dimly-lit places keeps workers healthy

31 Jul 2014

London: In a first, researchers have shown that a particular kind of artificial light is capable of ensuring that biological rhythms of our body clocks are correctly synchronised despite the absence of sunlight.

artificial light,   biological rhythms,   body clocks,   sunlight,   polar research stations,   nuclear power stations,  
<strong>Maruti</strong> Suzuki Q1 net up 20.7 percent at Rs 762.28 crore

Maruti Suzuki Q1 net up 20.7 percent at Rs 762.28 crore

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India on Thursday reported 20.69 percent increase in net profit at Rs 762.28 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2014-15, riding on robust sales, cost reduction and forex gains.

Maruti Suzuki,   carmaker,   forex,   gain,   sale,   vehicles,   growth,  
Vehicle dependability in India improves to 38 percent

Vehicle dependability in India improves to 38 percent

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The ‘2014 India Vehicle Dependability’study of automobile market researcher JD Power Asia Pacific has revealed that the overall vehicle dependability in India has improved with 38 percent owners.

India Vehicle Dependability,   automobile market researcher,   JD Power Asia Pacific,   Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire,   Maruti Suzuki SX4 ,  
Nokia to buy part of Panasonic's network business

Nokia to buy part of Panasonic's network business

31 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Finnish firm Nokia will buy part of Panasonic's network business to grow its operations in Japan and strengthen mobile broadband portfolio for an undisclosed amount.

Maruti Suzuki,   carmaker,   forex,   gain,   sale,   vehicles,   growth,  
Swiss nationals held in Kerala for alleged Maoist links

Swiss nationals held in Kerala for alleged Maoist links

30 Jul 2014

Kannur: The Kerala Police detained two nationals from Switzerland for their alleged links with the Maoist outfits in India.

Switzerland,   Maoist links,   Maoist outfits,   Maoist activist,   Swiss nationals,   Kerala,  
Bypoll: TDP to field Urban Dev <strong>Minister</strong> for vacant Council seat

Bypoll: TDP to field Urban Dev Minister for vacant Council seat

31 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: The ruling Telugu Desam Party will field State Urban Development Minister P Narayana for the lone Legislative Council seat in Andhra Pradesh for which by-election is due on August 21.

Bypoll,   TDP,   legislative Council seat,   State Urban Development Minister,   P Narayana,   Narayana group,   Chandrababu Naidu,  
Rajasthan roadways <strong>workers</strong> protest denationalising of routes, call strike

Rajasthan roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

30 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Public transport services were hit in Rajasthan on Wednesday with the beginning of a two-day strike by the employees of Rajasthan Roadways Service against the government's announcement to denationalize the nationalized routes.

Rajasthan roadways,   roadways workers,   roadways workers protest,   strike,   Rajasthan,  

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