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Major <strong>car</strong> makers report good domestic sales in September

Major car makers report good domestic sales in September

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: With auto industry continuing on the revival mode, major car makers including Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, Honda, Toyota and M&M on Wednesday reported good domestic sales growth in September ahead of the festive season.

Auto industry,   Automobile sector,   Car makers,   Maruti Suzuki,   Hyundai,   Honda,   Toyota,   M&M,   Domestic car sales,   India car sales,   Festive season,  
India's <strong>space</strong> odyssey, slice of Nagaland: Durga puja variety

India's space odyssey, slice of Nagaland: Durga puja variety

01 Oct 2014

Kolkata: Twinkling rockets zooming off into space towards a reddish  Mars, tribals keeping alive the unique iron craft in the backdrop of insurgency in Chhattisgarh, totems from remote Nagaland - Durga Puja marquees here are showcasing India's strengths and potentials. A prominent part of marquee (pandal) decorations here are use of lakhs of tiny, rainbow coloured lights, to border exits and entrances that also act as crowd pullers.

India's space odyssey,   Nagaland,   Durga puja,   Indian festival,   ,  
Identify talent at young <strong>age</strong>, says Sachin Tendulkar

Identify talent at young age, says Sachin Tendulkar

29 Sep 2014

Kochi: Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar on Monday rued the absence of a system to identify and nurture talent early in India, saying they are spotted only in their later years, by which time it was too late for them to compete in international level.

Sachin Tendulkar,   talent in India,   Kerala Basters football team ,  
Sunny Leone starrer 'Mastizaade' to shoot its next schedule in Thiland

Sunny Leone starrer 'Mastizaade' to shoot its next schedule in Thiland

30 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The 'babydoll' of Bollywood Sunny Leone is having a gala time with her co-stars Tushar Kapoor and Vir Das during the shoot of her upcoming flick 'Mastizaade'.

Sunny Leone,   Mastizaade,   Tushar Kapoor,   Vir Das,   Daniel Weber,   Maserati car,  
Black holes mathematically impossible, reveals study

Black holes mathematically impossible, reveals study

29 Sep 2014

Washington: Black holes - the most dense objects in the universe that do not even let light escape – do not exist, a physics professor in the US has claimed.

Black holes,   universe,   Science,   space,   Einstein,   star,  
M&M seeks to take scooter market with 'Gusto'

M&M seeks to take scooter market with 'Gusto'

29 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), which is yet to make a mark in the two-wheeler space, today launched a new 110-cc scooter 'Gusto' as the homegrown auto major seeks to challenge the supremacy of Japan's Honda in the domestic market.

Mahindra & Mahindra,   two-wheeler space,   110-cc scooter,   Gusto,  
SBI unlikely to make aggressive festival offers

SBI unlikely to make aggressive festival offers

29 Sep 2014

Mumbai: A slowdown in credit pick up from corporates may prevent country's largest lender State Bank of India from announcing aggressive festive season offers for loan seekers, a top official has said.

State Bank of India,   SBI,   SBi loan,   SBI car loan,   SBI home loan,   SBI festive offers,  
Expanding waistlines may increase breast cancer risk

Expanding waistlines may increase breast cancer risk

26 Sep 2014

London: A study co-authored by an Indian-origin professor has found a link between expanding waistlines and breast cancer risk for women between 20s and post-menopausal age.

waistlines,   breast cancer risk,   post-menopausal age,   menopause,   Ovarian Cancer,  
Japanese firm aims to build <strong>space</strong> elevator

Japanese firm aims to build space elevator

24 Sep 2014

Melbourne: A Japanese construction company aims to build an elevator that will reach 96,000 kilometres into space and it may be ready by 2050.

Japanese firm,   space elevator,   robotic cars,   magnetic linear motors,   rocket,   carbon nanotechnology,  
<strong>Age</strong> at first drink linked to binge drinking risk

Age at first drink linked to binge drinking risk

24 Sep 2014

Washington: Teenagers who have their first drink at an early age are more likely to become a binge drinker or even an alcoholic, a new study has warned.

binge drinking risk,   Teenagers,   first drink,   alcoholic,   heavy drinking,   alcohol,  

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