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Boxer Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal

Boxer Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: India's woman Boxer Sarita Devi is facing an AIBA probe for returning her bronze medal during the podium ceremony with the world governing body's supervisor describing her act as "regretful".

India's woman Boxer Sarita Devi,   AIBA,   Boxing world governing body,  
RBI has no bias either to <strong>cut</strong> or hike rates: Raghuram Rajan

RBI has no bias either to cut or hike rates: Raghuram Rajan

01 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank has no bias either to cut or hike the key rates and the direction of the monetary policy will be influenced entirely by data, Governor Raghuram Rajan said on .

Raghuram Rajan,   RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   Urjit Patel,   Interest rates,   indian economy,  
Petrol price <strong>cut</strong> by 65p; diesel rate to wait for PM's return

Petrol price cut by 65p; diesel rate to wait for PM's return

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Petrol price was on Tuesday cut by 54 paisa a litre, but the first reduction in diesel rates in over five years was put off until the return of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the US.

Petrol price,   diesel rates,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Government of India,  
RBI should have seized opportunity to <strong>cut</strong> interest rate: India Inc

RBI should have seized opportunity to cut interest rate: India Inc

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: With crude and commodity prices ebbing and the twin deficits under check, the Reserve Bank should have cut the key policy rate to push investments and boost economic growth, India Inc on Tuesday said.

crude and commodity prices,   Reserve Bank,   key policy rate,   economic growth,   India Inc,  
Diesel rate likely to be <strong>cut</strong> by Re 1/litre, petrol by Rs 1.75

Diesel rate likely to be cut by Re 1/litre, petrol by Rs 1.75

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Diesel price is likely to be cut by about Re 1 per litre, the first reduction in rates in over five years, while petrol price may be slashed by Rs 1.75.

Diesel price,   petrol price,   State-owned oil firms ,  
Non-subsidised LPG cylinder price <strong>cut</strong> by Rs 21; ATF 3 pc

Non-subsidised LPG cylinder price cut by Rs 21; ATF 3 pc

30 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was on Tuesday cut by Rs 21 per cylinder and that of jet fuel (ATF) by a steep 3 per cent on the back of falling international oil rates.

non-subsidised cooking gas,   LPG,   jet fuel,   ATF,   international oil rates,  
RBI may not <strong>cut</strong> interest rates as inflation levels still high

RBI may not cut interest rates as inflation levels still high

29 Sep 2014

Mumbai: With retail inflation continuing to remain at elevated level, the Reserve Bank is unlikely to cut interest rates in its upcoming monetary policy review this week. The RBI will unveil its fourth bi-monthly policy on September 30.

Reserve Bank,   retail inflation,   inflation levels,   monetary policy,   RBI,   consumer price index,   Wholesale price index ,  
Zhou Lulu lifts heaviest weight ever by a <strong>woman</strong>

Zhou Lulu lifts heaviest weight ever by a woman

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: Superheavyweight Olympic champion Zhou Lulu hoisted the largest single weight ever by a woman to give China a seventh Asian Games weightlifting gold on Friday - and then said the lift was only "so-so".

Super heavyweight Olympic champion,   Zhou Lulu,   Asian Games weightlifting,  
Atwal tied 18th after round two; four Indians make <strong>cut</strong>

Atwal tied 18th after round two; four Indians make cut

26 Sep 2014

Ibaraki Prefecture: Arjun Atwal dropped a costly double bogey on par-4 17th to slip to tied 18th on a very tight leaderboard at the end of the second round of the 150 million Yen (approximately USD 1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup here on Friday.

Arjun Atwal,   Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup,  
PMO asks Commerce Ministry to <strong>cut</strong> unnecessary imports

PMO asks Commerce Ministry to cut unnecessary imports

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Ahead of the Thursday launch of the "Make in India" campaign announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Independence Day, his office has written to the Commerce Ministry to forge a plan to reduce the country's dependence on unwarranted imports.

New Delhi,   'Make in India' campaign,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Independence Day,   Commerce Ministry,   imports,  

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