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Why people in <strong>power</strong> need to be attentive listeners

Why people in power need to be attentive listeners

18 Sep 2014

New York: Leaders in powerful positions often fail to listen properly and take into account the perspective of others, thus jeopardizing the impact they could have, shows new research.

people in power,   attentive listeners,   CEOs,   politicians,   military commanders,   sports commissioners,  
SBI accounts for half of mobile transactions in June: RBI

SBI accounts for half of mobile transactions in June: RBI

18 Sep 2014

Mumbai: State Bank of India accounted for half of the total number of mobile transactions undertaken in June, while ICICI Bank became the first to surpass the Rs 1,000-crore mark albeit with only a fifth of the registered users as the country's largest lender.

State Bank of India,   SBI,   RBI,   ICICI,   H R Khan,   mobile transactions,  
<strong>India</strong>, China to start talks on civil nuclear cooperation

India, China to start talks on civil nuclear cooperation

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India and China on Thursday decided to begin the process of discussion for cooperation in civil nuclear energy sector, an important component of their respective national energy security programme.

India,   China,   nuclear energy,   Nuclear sector,   national energy security programme,   Narendra Modi,   Xi Jingping,  
<strong>India</strong> slip to 158 in FIFA rankings

India slip to 158 in FIFA rankings

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After not much action barring the 2-2 draw against Bangladesh in an international friendly in March this year, India slipped eights places to be ranked 158th in the lastest FIFA rankings headed by World Champions Germany.

Indian football team,   FIFA rankings ,  
Sony Xperia E3 dual SIM set to go on sale in <strong>India</strong>

Sony Xperia E3 dual SIM set to go on sale in India

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sony Xperia E3 smartphone is expected to be launched officially in India and it’s soon set to be available in single and dual SIM options.

Sony Xperia E3,   smartphone,   dual SIM options,   IFA 2014,   Android 4.4 KitKat,   ,  
BHEL bags Rs 3,500 crore order for thermal plant in Gujarat

BHEL bags Rs 3,500 crore order for thermal plant in Gujarat

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: State-owned BHEL has bagged an order worth over Rs 3,500 crore for setting up a thermal power project in Gujarat. The contract has been awarded by the Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd.

State-owned BHEL,   thermal power project,   Gujarat,   Gujarat State Electricity Corp Ltd,   Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd,   Wanakbori,   Kheda district ,  
<strong>India</strong> tour for Champions League is a learning curve: Hafeez

India tour for Champions League is a learning curve: Hafeez

18 Sep 2014

Karachi: Lahore Lions skipper Muhammad Hafeez has described their tour of India for Champions League twenty20 tournament as a great learning curve for the players and Pakistan cricket.

Lahore Lions,   Mohammed Hafeez,   Champions League,   IPL,   Pakistan cricket,   captain Hafeez,  
<strong>India</strong> aiming to make mark with big medal haul in Incheon

India aiming to make mark with big medal haul in Incheon

18 Sep 2014

Incheon: Bolstered by a better-than-expected performance in the Commonwealth Games, Indian athletes would now look to assert themselves against the sporting might of continental powerhouses such as China and Japan in the 17th Asian Games commencing on Friday.

Commonwealth Games,   Indian athletes,   Asian Games,  
Intel launches two-in-one tablet for Rs 19,990 in <strong>India</strong>

Intel launches two-in-one tablet for Rs 19,990 in India

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Chip-maker Intel on Thursday launched a two-in-one tablet in India along with e-commerce portal Snapdeal.com, a company statement said here.

Chip-maker,   Intel,   Intel tablets,   Two-in-one tablet,   Intel India,   E-commerce,   Snapdeal.com,   Intel CAIN,   Intel Atom Processor,   Notion Ink,  
Incursions cast shadow on Sino-<strong>India</strong> meet, Modi raises issue

Incursions cast shadow on Sino-India meet, Modi raises issue

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: With the continuing stand-off in Ladakh casting a shadow over the Sino-India talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday raised ‘serious concerns’ over the repeated incidents along the border and sought an early settlement of the boundary question.

Chinese incursion,   Narendra modi,   India-China border,   India –china relations,   India China ties,   Sino-India talks,   Xi Jinping,   Chinese President ,  

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