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FDI jumps to eight-month high of USD 3.6 billion in <strong>May</strong>

FDI jumps to eight-month high of USD 3.6 billion in May

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows into India more than doubled to USD 3.60 billion in May, the highest in the last eight months. In May 2013, the country had received FDI worth USD 1.63 billion.

FDI,   Foreign Direct Investment,   USD,   FDI in India,   FDI flow in India ,  
WTO: Bali pact <strong>may</strong> run into rough weather, India toughens stand

WTO: Bali pact may run into rough weather, India toughens stand

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The World Trade Organization's Bali agreement may run into rough weather with the developed world dithering on their commitments to push forward India's food security and other issues concerning poor nations, officials said.

Bali,   Bali agreement,   WTO,   India’s food security,   food security ,  
90 percent village households don't have refrigerators: Govt survey

90 percent village households don't have refrigerators: Govt survey

12 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Nearly half the households in villages had a television but only less than 10 percent owned a refrigerator in 2011-12, as per the latest government survey.

90 percent village households,   refrigerators,   Govt survey,   television,   National Sample Survey Organization’,  
<strong>TV</strong> <strong>viewing</strong> turning your kids into couch potatoes

TV viewing turning your kids into couch potatoes

24 Apr 2014

London: Parents need to closely monitor the TV time of their kids as research has bolstered the link between TV habits and obesity in kids.

TV viewing,   Obesity in kids,   Body Mass Index,   Steingerdur Olafsdottir,   University of Gothenburg,   Sweden ,  
Background <strong>TV</strong> <strong>may</strong> hamper toddler's language development

Background TV may hamper toddler's language development

12 Jun 2014

Washington: Prolonged exposure to background TV can have a negative impact on a toddler's language development, according to a new study.

Toddler’s language,   toddler’s language development,   background TV,   child-directed language,   ,  
Yoga <strong>may</strong> not help asthma sufferers <strong>much</strong>: Study

Yoga may not help asthma sufferers much: Study

03 Jun 2014

New York: Although yoga can be considered an alternative to breathing exercises for asthma patients, new research has found that there is little evidence that it will cure the symptoms.

Yoga,   breathing exercise,   asthma patients,   asthma symptoms,   asthma treatment,  
BJP <strong>may</strong> consider forming government in Delhi

BJP may consider forming government in Delhi

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Under pressure from its own MLAs, the BJP on Wednesday indicated that it may take a shot at government formation in Delhi if invited by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung.

BJP,   Delhi government,   Lt Governor Najeeb Jung,   Jagdish Mukhi,   Satish Upadhyay,  
India under Modi <strong>may</strong> be best emerging market turnaround story: Nomura

India under Modi may be best emerging market turnaround story: Nomura

17 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Japanese brokerage Nomura on Thursday said India may become the biggest turnaround story among emerging markets in five years, given the decisive mandate received by the pro-growth Modi government and the Reserve Bank's actions.

India,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Nomura,   Japanese brokerage,   Reserve Bank of India,  
Ganga action plan <strong>may</strong> be extended to other rivers: Government

Ganga action plan may be extended to other rivers: Government

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The government on Thursday said that it may extend the action plan on Ganga to other major rivers of the country.

Ganga action plan,   Government,   Ganga,   River Development,   Uma Bharti,   Flood Management Programme,  
Rising Ganga <strong>may</strong> foil CBI plan to exhume Badaun girls' bodies

Rising Ganga may foil CBI plan to exhume Badaun girls' bodies

17 Jul 2014

Badaun (UP): The Irrigation department has warned that CBI's plan to conduct fresh autopsy on the bodies of two teenage girls raped and murdered in Budaun is going to be dead in the water if the agency failed to exhume the bodies within the next two days.

Ganga,   CBI,   Badaun gangrape,   sexual harassment,   heavy rains,  

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