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UN, Obama call for ceasefire in Gaza

GAZA: The UN Security Council has called for an "immediate ceasefire" as Israel pressed on with a blistering assault on Gaza on Monday taking the Palestinian death toll above 502. US President Barack Obama echoed the call in a telephone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu early Monday, as Secretary of State John Kerry headed to the region to join true efforts......more More

Jaitley opens Canara Bank’s 108 branches, 108 ATMS, 1008 CAMs

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Finance, Corporate Affairs and Defence Arun Jaitley on Saturday dedicated 108 Financial Inclusion branches of Canara bank in unbanked villages for the benefit of the under-privileged, taking the total number of domestic branches of the 108-year-old Bank to 5111. To mark the occasion, Mr Jaitley also inaugurated 108 ATMs, 1008 Cash Accepting Machines and initiated host of other activities under Financial Inclusion, Financial Literacy and CSR. Present on the occasion were Dr. G. S. Sandhu, Secretary, Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance, Canara Bank Chairman and Managing Director, Mr R K Dubey, Executive Directors of the Bank, Mr Ashok Kumar Gupta, Mr V S Krishna Kumar and Mr P S Rawat......more More

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Air India launches direct flights to Moscow

NEW DELHI: National carrier Air India has launched direct non-stop operations between Delhi and Moscow, the Russian capital and Europe’s second largest city, on Friday with the B787 Dreamliner aircraft. Air India is offering attractive promotional fares on this route in both directions. The non-stop service on the Delhi-Moscow-Delhi sector will operate four days a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays......more More

TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance

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My legacy only motivates me: Akash Ambani

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Narendra ModiPM Modi to receive rockstar reception in US

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Air India joins Star Alliance

By Deepak Arora

NEW DELHI: Air India has scripted a new chapter in India’s aviation history by becoming the first airline from India to be inducted into the world’s leading global airline consortium, Star Alliance. This opens India's national carrier’s strong domestic network in the fifth largest aviation market to Star Alliance customers worldwide. Air India now offers all Star Alliance customer benefits to the more than 600 million passengers who travel on the network every year and Air India’s customers enjoy the same benefits when they travel on any of the other 26 member airlines across the network......more More

Canada Minister Alexander launches CAN+ Express Visa Service for Indians

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Chris AlexanderNEW DELHI: While some of the countries are tightening immigration and tourist visa norms, India and Canada have embarked on an easier visa regime to facilitate trade and investment and travel and tourism. On a two-day trip to India, the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister, Mr Chris Alexander, announced the launch of "express entry" system that will expedite the immigration process to Canada from January next year. He also announced the launch of the CAN+ program in India, which will result in more efficient processing for Indian visitors coming to Canada as tourists or to do business......more More

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Hillary Clinton hints she's ready for 'an office without corners'

Hillary ClintonNEW YORK: Hillary Clinton playfully dodged a barrage of questions about her presidential ambitions, but opened the door a little wider to a future White House run. With a nod and a wink, the former secretary of state played along with television host Jon Stewart's efforts to get her to declare her candidacy -- a scoop he had promised viewers during the opening minutes of his late night comedy show......more More

Indians see US as 'most dependable future ally'

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IFFCO elects Balvinder Singh Nakai as new Chairman

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Boeing ahead of Airbus in plane orders

PARIS: US aerospace group Boeing is leading over its European rival Airbus in booking new plane orders in the first half of the year, figures released here on Friday by Airbus showed. Boeing had reported a net 499 new orders between January 1 and June 30, including 54 cancellations. Airbus meanwhile suffered 225 cancellations, limiting it to 290 net aircraft orders in the six-month period......more More

Eva GreenCasino Royale star Eva Green's raunchy film poster banned?

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India has over 1 million children out of school: UN

NEW DELHI: India, Indonesia and Pakistan each have more than a million children out of school, according to a UN report which said the global number of unschooled children aged 6 to 11 is still as high as 58 million, showing little overall improvement since 2007......more More

 

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