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Delhi offers affordable airport transportation in India: Survey

Delhi offers affordable airport transportation in India: Survey

21 Dec 2014

Mumbai: When it comes to most affordable and convenient ways to reach your destination in the country, New Delhi offers the most affordable taxis for travellers from the airport to the city centre, covering 17.70 kilometre in Rs 500, according to a recent survey.

India,   Delhi,   Indira Gandhi International Airport,   Mumbai,   Bengaluru,   Bangkok,   Beijing,   Mexico City,   Singapore,  
Indonesia rescuers use bare hands to search for 108 missing in landslide

Indonesia rescuers use bare hands to search for 108 missing in landslide

13 Dec 2014

Jakarta: A landslide destroyed a village in Indonesia, killing at least 11 people, an official said on Saturday, as rescuers used their bare hands to search through the rain and mud for 108 missing people.

Jakarta,   landslide,   rainfall,  
Light showers in parts of Punjab, Haryana

Light showers in parts of Punjab, Haryana

13 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Some parts of Punjab and Haryana on Saturday received first showers of the season, breaking the dry spell of winter in the region.

rainfall ,   Punjab,   Haryana,   Ambala,   Phagwara,   winter season,   climate,   MeT department,   ,  
River linking could alter <strong>rainfall</strong>, hit monsoons, warns expert

River linking could alter rainfall, hit monsoons, warns expert

05 Dec 2014

Kolkata: Criticising the interlinking of rivers (ILR) project of the Indian government, a leading geologist and environmental expert on Friday warned the move could disrupt rainfall pattern which could be a significant issue in the wake of climate change.

River interlinking,   ILR project,   Modi government,   Geologist,   Environmental expert,   Rainfall,   Climate change,  
 LG to increase exports from India to 15 percent in two years

LG to increase exports from India to 15 percent in two years

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: South Korean electronics major LG is aiming to increase exports from its Indian operations to about 15 percent over the next two years.

LG,   LG products,   South Korean Electronics,   Soon Kwon,   LG Electronics India,   Man of Electronics Award,   China,   America,   Mexico,   Caribbeans,   ,  
Reliance inks pact to explore oil, gas opportunities in <strong>Mexico</strong>

Reliance inks pact to explore oil, gas opportunities in Mexico

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Reliance Industries has signed an oil exploration-to-refining deal with Mexico's national oil company Petroleos Mexicanos as it looks at overseas opportunities to overcome disenchantment back home.

RIL,   Mexican firm,   oil and gas hunt,   PEMEX,   gas deal,   refining business ,  
Texas biologists warm chilled sea turtles

Texas biologists warm chilled sea turtles

07 Dec 2014

Galveston: Marine biologists have flown dozens of endangered sea turtles from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to Galveston, Texas, for treatment of hypothermia.

Texas,   Galveston,   Sea Turtles,  Hypothermia,   New England,   North Eastern US,   Cape Codover,   Galveston Sea,  Mexico ,  
Ronaldinho abuse reveals soccer racism in <strong>Mexico</strong>

Ronaldinho abuse reveals soccer racism in Mexico

05 Nov 2014

Mexico City: Mexican football got a boost in September when former Brazil and Barcelona star Ronaldinho, a two-time FIFA player of the year, joined modest local club Queretaro.

Mexican football,   Barcelona,   Ronaldinho,   FIFA player of the year,   Queretaro,  
Tropical storm leaves 13 dead in <strong>Mexico</strong>

Tropical storm leaves 13 dead in Mexico

27 Aug 2013

Mexico City: At least 13 people were killed on Monday by landslides triggered by heavy rains generated by tropical storm Fernand, when it landed and swept through the Mexican state of Veracruz, state government said.

Tropical storm,   Tropical storm in Mexico,   Rainfall in Mexico,   Landslide in Mexico,   Weather in Mexico,  
Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in Rajasthan: MeT

Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in Rajasthan: MeT

01 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Units of Border Security Force in Rajasthan's border districts have been put on alert in the wake of cyclone storm 'Nilofar', even as Meteorological department has predicted only mild rainfall in the coming 48 hours.

Nilofar,   Rajasthan,   cyclone,   storm,   rainfall,   Gujarat,  

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