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Critics claim fading stars unlikely to shine on in <strong>India</strong>

Critics claim fading stars unlikely to shine on in India

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Robert Pires and Joan Capdevila will add a modicum of star quality to India's new franchise-based soccer league but critics believe the presence of such European veterans is unlikely to help develop the sport in the country.

Robert Pires,   Joan Capdevila,   Indian soccer league ,  
Apple slashes Mac Book Pro price in <strong>India</strong>

Apple slashes Mac Book Pro price in India

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Tech giant Apple on Tuesday reduced the price of its 13-inch non-Retina MacBook Pro by Rs 11,000 to Rs 78,900.

Apple,   Mac Book Pro,   non-Retina MacBook Pro,   Retina display,   Intel HD Graphics,  
 New mayfly species discovered in <strong>India</strong>

New mayfly species discovered in India

29 Jul 2014

New York: Scientists have found a new species of mayfly in the southern Western Ghats, a mountain range along India’s west coast.

Western Ghats,   Labiobaetis soldani,   mayfly,   mayfly species discovered in India,  
3rd Test: England in control as <strong>India</strong> tottering at 313/8 after Day 3

3rd Test: England in control as India tottering at 313/8 after Day 3

29 Jul 2014

Southampton: India still needed 47 runs to avoid the embarrrassment of a follow-on after pathetic shot selection by some of the top-order batsmen, which allowed England to tighten their grip on the third cricket Test on Wednesday.

India in England,   India tour of England,   Test match in England,   Indian cricket team,   live score,   live cricket scorecard,   live cricket match coverage,   ind vs eng,   MS Dhoni,  
<strong>India</strong>-Pakistan border guards exchange sweets on Eid

India-Pakistan border guards exchange sweets on Eid

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: The guards at the border of India and Pakistan on Tuesday greeted each other and exchanged sweets at the border checkpost at Attari-Wagah, 30 km from Amritsar, on the occasion of Eid.

ndia-Pakistan border,   India,   Pakistan,   India-Pakistan relations,   Eid ,  
Hindi domain leads <strong>India</strong> in its transition to Bharat

Hindi domain leads India in its transition to Bharat

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India may finally have domain names in its own script — beginning with the Devanagari script of Hindi — from next month.

National Internet Exchange of India,   Devanagari script,   Hindi,   Sanskrit,   Marathi,  
<strong>India</strong> defence firm bags order from Ecuador

India defence firm bags order from Ecuador

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Indian security equipment manufacturer MKU on Monday said it has bagged an order to provide 40,000 pieces of body armour to Ecuador, which is upgrading the protection ability of its police force.

Indian security equipment manufacturer,   MKU,   security technology,   Interior Ministry,   NATO,  
<strong>India</strong> keen to work with Uganda for development partnership: Modi

India keen to work with Uganda for development partnership: Modi

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed India's desire to join hands with Uganda for development partnership in all fields.

India,   Uganda,   Narendra Modi,   Sam Kutesa,   Yoweri Museveni,   PMO ,  
<strong>India</strong> warns UN policy to tackle internal strife through peacekeepers ‘unsustainable’

India warns UN policy to tackle internal strife through peacekeepers ‘unsustainable’

29 Jul 2014

United Nations: India has warned the UN Security Council that the new trend of using peacekeepers to tackle internal political conflicts is an "unsustainable" approach to the maintenance of global peace and security.

India,   UN,   peacekeepers,   internal conflict,   UN Security Council,   Asoke Mukerji,   UNSC,   open debate,   Indian peacekeepers ,  
Cleanliness, punctuality Modi's mantra: Chinese daily

Cleanliness, punctuality Modi's mantra: Chinese daily

29 Jul 2014

Beijing: New vigour is sweeping through Indian government offices after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister with ministers conducting surprise checks to see if bureaucrats are in their seats in time and offices being kept clean and tidy to give an air of efficiency, a Chinese daily said on Tuesday.

Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA,   Indian government,   Indo- China ties,   India,  

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