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India contributes USD <strong>1</strong> million to UN women's body

India contributes USD 1 million to UN women's body

02 Oct 2014

United Nations: Underscoring its commitment to the UN's body on gender equality and women empowerment, India has contributed USD 1 million to the organisation for the current financial year.

India contributes USD 1 million,   UN women's body,   women empowerment,   United Nation,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,  
India not a major <strong>player</strong> in US' plan to contain China: Media

India not a major player in US' plan to contain China: Media

01 Oct 2014

Beijing: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi received a "rock-star" welcome in US, China's state-run media downplayed the visit saying India was not "sufficiently strong" and will not be a major player in America's strategy of containing the communist nation through "rebalancing of the Asia-Pacific".

India,   major player,   US,   China,   Media,   Narendra Modi,  
Indian eves beat Japan 2-<strong>1</strong>, win bronze in Asiad hockey

Indian eves beat Japan 2-1, win bronze in Asiad hockey

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: The Indian women's hockey team stunned Japan 2-1 in a keenly-contested match to clinch their third bronze medal at the Asian Games after a hiatus of eight years, here on Wednesday.

Indian women's hockey team,   Asian Games,  
Taekwondo <strong>player</strong> Latika Bhandari enters 53 kg quarters

Taekwondo player Latika Bhandari enters 53 kg quarters

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: India started their taekwondo campaign on a bright note as Latika Bhandari made it to the quarter-finals of the women's 53 kg event by defeating Farzona Radzhabova of Tajikistan in a one-sided bout at the Asian Games, here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   India,   taekwondo,   Latika Bhandari,   quarter-finals,   women's 53 kg event,   Farzona Radzhabova. Asian Games,  
Diesel rate likely to be cut by Re <strong>1</strong>/litre, petrol by Rs 1.75

Diesel rate likely to be cut by Re 1/litre, petrol by Rs 1.75

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Diesel price is likely to be cut by about Re 1 per litre, the first reduction in rates in over five years, while petrol price may be slashed by Rs 1.75.

Diesel price,   petrol price,   State-owned oil firms ,  
Flop show in <strong>badminton</strong> continues as Saina, Kashyap crash out of Asiad

Flop show in badminton continues as Saina, Kashyap crash out of Asiad

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: In what came as a shock for the Indian fans, star shuttlers Saina Nehwal and Parupalli Kashyap fell by the wayside as the two lost their respective women's and men's singles matches to bow out of the 17th Asian Games here on Friday.

Incheon,   Indian fans,   star shuttlers,   Saina Nehwal,   Parupalli Kashyap,   women's singles match,   men's singles,   17th Asian Games,   PV Sindhu,  
Asian Games 2014: Parupalli Kashyap bows out of men’s singles <strong>badminton</strong>

Asian Games 2014: Parupalli Kashyap bows out of men’s singles badminton

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap failed to pass the Asian Games test as the ace shuttler lost to World number one Lee Chong Wei 0-2 in the men's singles badminton pre-quarterfinals at the Gyeyang Gymnasium in Incheon on Friday.

Asian Games,   Asian Games 2014,   Parupalli Kashyap,   badminton,   men’s singles badminton,  
Parupalli Kashyap upbeat to win a Asiad medal

Parupalli Kashyap upbeat to win a Asiad medal

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A high-intensity training for last three weeks has boosted his confidence and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap says he is looking to maintain the rhythm as he sets out to achieve his dream of winning an Asian Games medal in Incheon, South Korea.

Parupalli Kashyap,   Indian badminton player,   Asian Games in Incheon,  
Not cool - China accuse South Korea over AC

Not cool - China accuse South Korea over AC

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: China`s badminton head coach Li Yongbo has accused hosts South Korea of deliberately manipulating the air conditioning during their men`s team final at the Asian Games.

China badminton,   Li Yongbo,   South Korea,   men team badminton final,   Asian Games,  
 Saina, Sindhu sail into second round of Asian games <strong>badminton</strong>

Saina, Sindhu sail into second round of Asian games badminton

24 Sep 2014

Incheon: India made a resounding start in the individual badminton event of the 17th Asian Games with ace shuttlers Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu sailing into the second round of women's singles competition here on Wednesday.

Incheon,   India,   badminton,   17th Asian Games,   ace shuttlers,   Saina Nehwal,   P V Sindhu,   second round,   women's singles competition,  

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