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Google <strong>India</strong> launches new campaign to help <strong>women</strong> get online

Google India launches new campaign to help women get online

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Search giant Google on Tuesday launched a new social campaign in association with Bollywood actor-director Farhan Akhtar's initiative MARD, to increase internet literacy among women in the country.

MARD,   Farhan Akhtar,   Google India,   Axis Bank,   Helping Women Get Online ,  
SC refuses bail to Asaram on health grounds

SC refuses bail to Asaram on health grounds

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to grant bail to self-styled godman Asaram Bapu on health grounds in Jodhpur rape case as his medical condition was found to be stable.

Asaram,   rape case against Asaram,   Asaram hearing,   crime against women,   Asaram case,  
Mars orbiter insertion tomorrow; will <strong>India</strong> make space history?

Mars orbiter insertion tomorrow; will India make space history?

23 Sep 2014

Bangalore: As India's Mars mission moved a step closer to home after the dormant main engine on the spacecraft was test fired flawlessly, ISRO looked confident of giving one final nudge on Wednesday to put it in orbit around Mars that, if successful, would see it make space history.

ISRO,   LAM,   Mars orbiter insertion,   Mars orbiter,   Mars,   ,  
<strong>Women</strong> riders perform miserably at Equestrian event

Women riders perform miserably at Equestrian event

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian women Shruti Vohra and Nadia Haridass finished a disappointing 8th and last respectively in the Women's Dressage Individual Intermediate event at Equestrian competition of the 17th Asian Games, here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   Indian women,   Shruti Vohra,   Nadia Haridass,   Women's Dressage,   Individual Intermediate event,   Equestrian,   17th Asian Games,  
Kazakhs have power to lord it in the ring

Kazakhs have power to lord it in the ring

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: China and India dominated the Asian Games boxing four years ago in Guangzhou but when a new-look competition begins on Wednesday fast-improving Kazakhstan could pack the biggest punch.

Incheon,   China,   India,   Asian Games boxing,   Guangzhou,   new-look competition,   Kazakhstan,   17th Asian Games,  
'Liar's Dice' to represent <strong>India</strong> at Oscars

'Liar's Dice' to represent India at Oscars

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Hindi film 'Liar's Dice', a road drama about a tribal woman's journey to find her missing husband, has been selected as India's official entry to the upcoming Academy awards in the best foreign film category.

Liars Dice,   Oscars,   India's entry,   Academy awards,   Geetanjali Thapa,   Nawazuddin Siddiqui,  
 Make transfers at banks need based: RBI panel

Make transfers at banks need based: RBI panel

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Reserve Bank's committee on capacity building has suggested that banks must avoid transfer for the sake of norms and make them need based as per leadership requirement.

RBI,   RBI panel,   PSB,   Job rotation in banks,   G Gopalakrishna,   Reserve Bank of India ,  
Indian <strong>women</strong> finish 8th in Asiad trap team finals

Indian women finish 8th in Asiad trap team finals

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian women's team of Shreyasi Singh, Seema Tomar and Shagun Chowdhary finished eighth in the trap team finals of the 17th Asian Games at the Gyeonggido Shooting Range here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   Indian women's team,   Shreyasi Singh,   Seema Tomar,   Shagun Chowdhary,   trap team finals,   17th Asian Games,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> lose to Philippines in basketball preliminary round

India lose to Philippines in basketball preliminary round

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: After topping their group in the qualifiers, India had a disappointing outing in the opening game of the preliminary round as they went down against Philippines 76-85 in the ongoing Asian Games basketball competition here on Tuesday.

Incheon,   qualifiers,   India,   opening game,   preliminary round,   Philippines,   Asian Games,   basketball competition,  
Yamaha <strong>India</strong> launches helmet range for <strong>women</strong>, children

Yamaha India launches helmet range for women, children

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  In the wake of the Capital making mandatory for women two wheeler riders to wear helmets, Yamaha Motor India Sales on Monday launched a series of headgears at a price range between Rs 990 and Rs 1,380.

Two wheelers,   Riders,   Helmets,   Yamaha Motors,   Yamaha India,   Yamaha helmet,   Yamaha Sales,   Yamaha headgears,  

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