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254 encephalitis <strong>deaths</strong> in Bengal this year

254 encephalitis deaths in Bengal this year

19 Aug 2014

Kolkata: The encephalitis outbreak in West Bengal this year has so far claimed 254 lives, an official said on Tuesday claiming that the situation is now under control. According to BR Satpathi, director of state health services, 254 Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES) deaths have been reported since January.

Encephalitis,   death toll,   West Bengal,   diseases,   health services,   health care,  
<strong>India</strong>, Pakistan in same pool of Asian Games

India, Pakistan in same pool of Asian Games

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India have been clubbed alongside arch-rivals and eight-time champions Pakistan in the 10-nation men's hockey competition at the 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea from September 19 to October 4.

Indian hockey team,   Pakistan hockey team,   men's hockey competition at Asian Games,  
BCCI needs to handle Aaron with care: Former <strong>India</strong> physio

BCCI needs to handle Aaron with care: Former India physio

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Indian cricket board (BCCI) must take special care of injury-prone fast bowler Varun Aaron to ensure he has a long and successful international career, feels former national team physio John Gloster.

Indian cricket board,   BCCI,   Varun Aaron,   John Gloster,  
Aviation safety: FAA team to visit <strong>India</strong>

Aviation safety: FAA team to visit India

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) team would soon visit India to review the steps taken by DGCA to address the deficiencies in India's aviation safety mechanism, which was downgraded by US regulator early this year.

Federal Aviation Administration,   DGCA,   Civil Aviation Minister,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   ,  
Floods disrupt livelihood in northern and eastern parts of <strong>India</strong>

Floods disrupt livelihood in northern and eastern parts of India

20 Aug 2014

Supaul/Siddharthnagar: Floods in northern and eastern parts of India submerged huts and marooned villagers. Supaul district of Bihar remained on high alert and people were still sheltering in relief camps.

Floods,   Villagers,   Bihar,   Relief camps,   Nepal,   Landslide,   Heavy rains,   Sunkoshi river,   NDRF ,  
Arsenal Soccer schools come to Kerala

Arsenal Soccer schools come to Kerala

20 Aug 2014

Kochi: The renowned Arsenal Soccer schools, already launched in Delhi and Mumbai, will soon kick off in Kerala. Sportico Ventures, a Kochi-based grassroot football development startup, has teamed up with the India On Track (IOT), the official partners of Arsenal Football Club, to bring the Arsenal Soccer schools to the state.

Arsenal Soccer schools,   Sportico Ventures,   India On Track,   Arsenal Football Club,  
Sebi rejects Alka <strong>India</strong> promoters' plea for waiving interest

Sebi rejects Alka India promoters' plea for waiving interest

20 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Capital market regulator Sebi has rejected a plea by Alka India promoters to waive off interest imposed on them for delay in paying the penalties in a matter related to fraudulent trade practices in the company's shares.

Capital market regulator,   Sebi,   Alka India promoters,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   Ashok R Panchariya,   ,  
Lack of options leaves <strong>India</strong> struggling with MS Dhoni dilemma

Lack of options leaves India struggling with MS Dhoni dilemma

20 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Beleaguered India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni appears set to retain his test captaincy role - if he has the desire to continue - due to a sheer lack of alternative options to take on the job after yet another calamitous overseas tour.

India cricket skipper,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian test captaincy ,  
<strong>India</strong>, Egypt discuss ways to promote cultural interactions

India, Egypt discuss ways to promote cultural interactions

20 Aug 2014

Cairo: India and Egypt have discussed ways to promote cultural interactions between the two countries as they prepare for the next edition of the mega cultural extravaganza 'India by the Nile'.

India,   Egypt,   India- Egypt talks,   Cultural talks,   India by the Nile,   Navdeep Suri,   Egyptian Cultural Minister,   Pascal Alan Nazareth,   Indian to Arabic translation,  
Vintage photos reveal history of <strong>India</strong>, its neighbours

Vintage photos reveal history of India, its neighbours

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A scrutiny of 19th century photographic negatives brings into focus the existence of a series of Mughal gardens, which once laced between majestic Taj Mahal and its neighbouring Agra Fort.

Vintage photos,   history of India,   Taj Mahal,   Agra fort,   rare images,   Mughal garden,  

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