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Boundless possibilities for cooperation with South Korea: PM Narendra Modi

Boundless possibilities for cooperation with South Korea: PM Narendra Modi

18 May 2015

Seoul: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said there were "boundless" possibilities for cooperation with South Korea in India's economic transformation and the two countries will prosper when the region is peaceful. "We are two major Asian democracies. We have boundless possibilities for cooperation in India's economic transformation and our shared progress," Modi said at a banquet hosted in his honour by South Korean President Park Geun-hye.

Korea Visit of Modi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   South Korean President,   Park Geun hye,   India S Korea,   Latest World News,  
Government hikes pension for 'martyrs' of  'Maha-<strong>K</strong>' taka border dispute

Government hikes pension for 'martyrs' of 'Maha-K' taka border dispute

22 Apr 2015

Mumbai: The family members of "martyrs" of Maharashtra-Karnataka border dispute agitation will get a rise of Rs 2,000 in monthly pension.The monthly pension for them will be Rs 10,000, as per a government resolution (GR) issued on Wednesday.

Government hikes pension,   martyrs,   taka border dispute,   government resolution,   Latest nation news ,  
Parrikar blames Antony for creating "stalemate" in Defence Mininstry

Parrikar blames Antony for creating "stalemate" in Defence Mininstry

25 May 2015

New Delhi: Taking on his predecessor A K Antony, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday said the Congress leader cannot "escape" the responsibility for the "stalemate" that he created during his tenure.

A K Antony,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Congress,   BJP,   One Rank One Pension,   Arun Jaitley,   Defence Mininstry,   Latest Nation News,  
Four Infosys co-founders sell USD 1 billion shares; Investors lose USD 2 billion

Four Infosys co-founders sell USD 1 billion shares; Investors lose USD 2 billion

08 Dec 2014

Bengaluru/Mumbai: Families of four Infosys co-founders, including Narayana Murthy and Nandan Nilekani, on Monday sold over USD 1 billion (Rs 6,484 crore) worth shares – within months of all original promoters exiting the management and Vishal Sikka becoming the first outsider CEO.

Narayana Murthy,   Nandan Nilekani,   Infosys,   software services,   shares,   Deutsche Equities India,   S D Shibulal,   Dinesh K,  
Coal block case: CBI wants summons for two on corruption charges

Coal block case: CBI wants summons for two on corruption charges

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi:  The CBI moved a special court for issuing summons against two government officials in the coal block allocation case against Kamal Sponge Steel and Power Ltd under corruption charges.

Coal block,   CBI,   V K Sharma,   K S Kropha,   Pavan Ahluwalia,   Coalgate,   Coalscam,  
Court refuses to hear R <strong>K</strong> Pachauri's plea to travel abroad

Court refuses to hear R K Pachauri's plea to travel abroad

20 Apr 2015

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday refused to hear the plea of The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) Director General R K Pachauri, who is facing sexual harassment allegations from a woman employee, to travel abroad for the Global Water Summit in Greece after the complainant questioned the maintainability of his plea.

Pachauri anticipatory bail,   R K Pachauri,   TERI Director General,   The Energy and Resources Institute,   Pachauri sexual harassment case,   latest nation news,  
Selective capitalisation may impact smaller banks' growth: <strong>S</strong>&P

Selective capitalisation may impact smaller banks' growth: S&P

19 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Global ratings agency Standard & Poor's on Thursday said the government's move to selectively capitalise state-run banks is a welcome step but may impact the growth of smaller lenders who have been left out.

Selective capitalisation,   state run banks,   smaller lenders growth,   state run bank capitalisation,  
J&<strong>K</strong> government to introduce new policy on tourism soon

J&K government to introduce new policy on tourism soon

20 Apr 2015

Jaipur: Jammu and Kashmir government would soon come up with a new tourism policy focusing on extensive promotion of the state among travelers and the development of infrastructure and facilities, a top official said.

J&K government,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K new tourism policy,   Kashmir tourism,   Jammu tourism,   Great Himalaya Bazar,   latest states news,  
J&<strong>K</strong> government formulates new 'contractual' recruitment policy

J&K government formulates new 'contractual' recruitment policy

20 Apr 2015

Jammu: In a significant decision, the state government here has formulated a new recruitment policy to make appointment against gazetted and non-gazetted vacancies on contractual basis.

J&K government,   J&K new recruitment policy,   J&K gazetted vacancies,   J&K non-gazetted vacancies,   Jammu and Kashmir Special Recruitment Ordinance-2015,   J&K Public service Commission,   Services Selection Board Jammu and Kashmir,   latest states news,  
IPL fixing: Court reserves order on charge

IPL fixing: Court reserves order on charge

09 May 2015

New Delhi: A court hearing Indian Premier League (IPL) spot-fixing case on Friday reserved its order on issue of framing charges in the matter.

IPL,   Indian Premier League,   Spot fixing,   S Sreesanth,   Dawood Ibrahim,   IPL fixing,   Latest Sport News,  

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