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Air <strong>India</strong> to raise bridge loan of US 500 million for buying 4 Dreamliners

Air India to raise bridge loan of US 500 million for buying 4 Dreamliners

20 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Expecting deliveries of five more Dreamliners between May and November, Air India plans to raise bridge loan of USD 500 million to finance the purchase of four of these aircraft and use them to launch flights to new destinations like Moscow, Rome and Milan.

Air India,   Air India bridge loan,   Air India Dreamliners,   Air India aircraft,  
Horror genre evolving in <strong>India</strong>: Dipannita

Horror genre evolving in India: Dipannita

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Model-turned-actress Dipannita Sharma, who will be next seen in horror movie ‘Pizza 3D’, says that the genre is evolving.

Dipannita Sharma,   Pizza 3D,   Akshay Akkineni,   Tamil remake,   Horror flick,   Bejoy Nambiar,   Siddharth Roy Kapoor,   Dilsher Singh Atwal,  
Doha Bank to purchase HSBC Bank Oman business in <strong>India</strong>

Doha Bank to purchase HSBC Bank Oman business in India

19 Apr 2014

Dubai: Qatar-based Doha Bank has entered into an agreement with HSBC Bank Oman to purchase the latter's banking business in India.

Qatar-based Doha Bank,   HSBC Bank Oman,   Chairman of Board of Directors of Doha Bank,   Sheikh Fahad Bin Mohamed Bin Jabor Al Thani,  
Modi for Team <strong>India</strong>, says won't divide country in name of secularism

Modi for Team India, says won't divide country in name of secularism

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Pitching for a "Team India", BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has said that his appeal would not be to Hindus and Muslims but to the entire people of the country.

narendra modi,   manmohan singh,   lok sabha polls,   ls polls 2014,   general elections,   team india,   secularism,   Sanjaya Baru,  
<strong>Top</strong> footballers pleased with Ganguly owning ISL franchise

Top footballers pleased with Ganguly owning ISL franchise

16 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The national team's two top footballers, Syed Rahim Nabi and Ishfaq Ahmed, on Tuesday welcomed Sourav Ganguly's decision to co-own the Kolkata franchise in the much-anticipated Indian Super League, and said his presence will attract more number of people into the stadia.

football,   ISL,   Sourav Ganguly,   ISL franchise,   Kolkata franchise,  
‘Defence ties between <strong>India</strong> and Singapore growing steadily’

‘Defence ties between India and Singapore growing steadily’

18 Apr 2014

Singapore: Defence relationship between India and Singapore has been growing steadily and it includes the three defence services, Indian High Commissioner to Singapore has said.

India-Singapore defence ties,   Indian High Commissioner to Singapore,   Vijay Thakur Singh,   Indian Defence System ,  
 Bank conversion to weaken IDFC profitability: <strong>India</strong> Ratings

Bank conversion to weaken IDFC profitability: India Ratings

04 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Highlighting execution challenges that IDFC faces in turning into a universal bank, India Ratings on Friday said key profitability metrics of the infra financier will drop sharply in near to medium-term.

IDFC,   Bank conversion,   India Ratings,   Indian banks,   NBFC,   Indian economy ,  
Some applicants may be better at differentiated banking: Rajan

Some applicants may be better at differentiated banking: Rajan

04 Apr 2014

Pune: Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Friday defended handing out just two licences out of the 25 banking applicants saying the selection panel felt that some of them were better placed to serve as differentiated banks.

Reserve Bank of India,   RBI Governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   Jalan committee,   New banks licences,   Indian banks,  
<strong>India</strong> men lose 2-4 to Netherlands in European Tour

India men lose 2-4 to Netherlands in European Tour

18 Apr 2014

New Delhi: India fought hard before slumping to its second defeat of the European tour, losing 2-4 to The Netherlands at The Hague.

European Tour,   The Hague,   indian hockey team,   word hockey,   hockey india,  
TTFI engages Korean coaches to train youngsters

TTFI engages Korean coaches to train youngsters

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) has hired two foreign coaches - An Jong Son and Kim Song Han from North Korea - to help its state units conduct training sessions for junior paddlers during summer vacation.

Table Tennis Federation of India,   TTFI,   An Jong Son,   Kim Song Han,   North Korea,   Table Tennis,  

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