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 Markets remain closed today due to <strong>public</strong> holiday

Markets remain closed today due to public holiday

14 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The BSE, NSE, forex and money markets are closed on Monday on account of ‘Ambedkar Jayanti’. Trading will resume on Tuesday.

Stock market,   bullion market,   Market close,   Stock close,   stock open,   gold price,   trading ,  
BJP asks Congress to refrain from raking up leaders’ private life in <strong>public</strong>

BJP asks Congress to refrain from raking up leaders’ private life in public

11 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday warned the Congress against bringing the private matters of their leader's life in public, saying that the saffron party also knows about several ‘family issues’ of the Gandhi family.

BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   Congress,   Narendra Modi,   Lok Sabha elections,   LS polls,   LS polls 2014,  
Asia's largest Tulip garden thrown open for <strong>public</strong>

Asia's largest Tulip garden thrown open for public

05 Apr 2014

Srinagar:  Asia's largest Tulip garden on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar was thrown open for visitors on Saturday, even as the inclement weather conditions have delayed blooming of majority of the bulbs.

Asia,   Tulip garden,   Kashmir,   Dal Lake,   Zabarwan Range,  
ISRO looking to partner with <strong>public</strong>, private Indian industries

ISRO looking to partner with public, private Indian industries

05 Apr 2014

Sriharikota: In a bid to encourage more private partners to enter the space industry, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is working on a business model to join hands with both public and private Indian industries.

ISRO,   ISRO business model,   isro partnership,   K Radhakrishnan,   indian industries,   public sector,   private industries,   IRNSS 1B launch,  
Online games boost players' social <strong>lives</strong>: Study

Online games boost players' social lives: Study

28 Mar 2014

New York: Countering recent reports that online gaming is disturbing people's social behaviour, a new research claims that online gaming is augmenting, not limiting, the social lives of players.

Online games,   online games good for social life,   Online games make you social,  
Sonia Gandhi to address <strong>public</strong> rally in Delhi

Sonia Gandhi to address public rally in Delhi

29 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi will address an election rally in the national capital on Sunday, kick-starting her party's campaign in Delhi for the Lok Sabha polls.

Sonia Gandhi,   Delhi ,   Lok Sabha polls 2014,   BJP,   Modi,  
<strong>Public</strong> smoking ban reduces premature births, child asthma

Public smoking ban reduces premature births, child asthma

28 Mar 2014

London: Banning smoking in public places and workplaces in North America and Europe has led to large drops in rates of preterm births and children attending hospital for asthma, scientists say.

Public smoking,   ban on public smoking,   child asthma,   ban on public smoking reduces child asthma,   premature birth,  
BHEL annual profit slumps to Rs 3,228 crore

BHEL annual profit slumps to Rs 3,228 crore

05 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd's net profit more than halved to Rs 3,228 crore in the previous financial year as the company grappled with tough business conditions.

Bharat Heavy Electricals,   BHEL,   BHEL annual profit,   Indian economy,   Heavy Industry and Public Enterprises Ministry,  
 India needs multi-pronged approach to eradicate poverty: Report

India needs multi-pronged approach to eradicate poverty: Report

05 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A multi-pronged approach with focus on inclusive economic growth would help eradicate poverty, which is increasingly getting concentrated in a few geographical areas, says a research report.

Poverty,   Poverty in India,   India Public Policy Report,   IPPR,   Policy Effectiveness Index,  
India's booming art market on Pakistani artists' wish list

India's booming art market on Pakistani artists' wish list

02 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In Pakistan, lack of support from public institutions, little awareness about art and the absence of an ardent collector base have resulted in "limited" options for Pakistani artists, who see India as one of the potential markets for their work to flourish in.

India,   Pakistan,   wishlist,   artists,   public institutions,   art philanthropy,   galleries,  

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