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Taiwan, Indian Youth Ambassadors Host Unique ‘Taiwan Night’

Cathay Pacific announces a new chapter for the Marco Polo Club

Sania, Hingis win US Open women's doubles title

Leander Paes, Hingis win US Open mixed doubles title

Ban asks India, Pak to exercise restraint

Time To Give Due Credit To Lighting Designers In India

India, Canada to Expand Strategic Energy Partnership

Canada envoy call on Petroleum Minister

IATO 31st Annual Convention to he held in Indore in August

Foxconn to Make in India with Rs 1.3 lakh crores

India sees Thailand as valued partner in ‘Act East’ policy: Sushma

Jaitapur N-plant to be ‘most-glorious atomic energy establishment’: Dr Jitendra Singh

China Confirms Test of Supersonic Nuclear Delivery Vehicle

Canara Bank celebrates International Women's Day

Canara Bank bags Skoch Award

Indo-Nippon Golf Cup Celebrates India-Japan Ties

Delhi Study Group delegation visits China

NM Construction Corp. to Build the Largest Sai Temple in North America in Groton

Prez inks ordinance to amend Citizenship Act to provide life long visa to PIOs

Dr U S AwasthiIFFCO’s Jordan project starts production

UK Supports India, 4 Other Nations for UN Permanent SC Seat; Opposes Veto Rights

India launches e-visa for 43 countries

Jaitapur N-plant to be ‘most-glorious atomic energy establishment’: Dr Jitendra Singh

Ambassador François Richier announces French visa in 48 hours

UN declares June 21 as 'International Day of Yoga'

Right time to free, unshackle fertiliser sector: Dr Awasthi

IFFCO Ranked Number One in the World

Union Ministers Congratulate IFFCO for becoming World’s Numero Uno Cooperative

Aditya YadavIFFCO Director Aditya Yadav wins ICA Elections


IFFCO joins PM's Swach Bharat campaign; Pledges Rs 10 crore

Canada Minister Alexander launches CAN+ Express Visa Service for Indians

TERI, USGBC form strategic alliance


India, Germany sign deal to fast-track business approvals

Angela Merkel with ModiNEW DELHI: India and Germany signed a deal on Monday to fast-track business approvals, an arrangement that will make it easier for German companies to operate in Asia’s third largest economy. The agreement was announced as Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the European country, visited New Delhi. The fast-track approvals process will ensure that German firms will have a single point of contact in the Indian administration, helping them to navigate a web of red tape that often thwarts business initiative......more More

US, India, Japan assert for navigation freedom in South China Sea

By Deepak Arora

NEW YORK: US, India and Japan have highlighted the growing convergence of their respective countries' interests in the Indo-Pacific region and have also underscored the importance of international law and peaceful settlement of disputes; freedom of navigation and overflight; and unimpeded lawful commerce, including in the South China Sea......more More

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Total of 7,500 km of highway projects under risk: CRISIL

Vikas SwarupNEW DELHI: Despite the government's recent steps to alleviate the problems in the road construction sector, 53 per cent of the highway projects under construction under the Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) framework are at risk of never being completed, a Crisil report released on Tuesday finds. "About 5,100 km of BOT highway projects, or around 53% of those under construction in India, are at high risk of not being completed because of delays in land acquisition and clearances, and weak wherewithal of sponsors," the report.....more More

Michelle Obama unveils campaign focusing on girls’ education

Michelle ObamaNEW YORK: First Lady Michelle Obama introduced a new campaign focusing on education for girls around the world at the Global Citizen Festival in New York City. Obama appeared in a video Saturday at the event starring Beyoncé, Hugh Jackman and others. Obama spoke about the 62 Million Girls campaign in front of a feverish audience in Central Park......more More

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ModiMalaysian Chia savours long-awaited victory at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters

Taipei: Malaysia's Danny Chia held his nerves to end a 13-year title drought when he closed with a second consecutive one-over-par 73 to win by two shots for his second Asian Tour victory at the US$650,000 Mercuries Taiwan Masters on Sunday......more More

India, US sign $3-billion deal for Apache,Chinook copters

India signed a nearly $3 billion deal for purchase of 22 Apache attack helicopters and 15 Chinook heavy-lift choppers with American aviation giant Boeing and the US government. The first helicopter is likely to be handed over to India in the next three to four years. “The contract for purchase of 22 Apache and 15 Chinook helicopters were signed here today (Monday),” defence ministry spokesperson Sitanshu Kar said......more More

Sushma Swaraj asks Pak to give up terrorism

Sushma SwarajUNITED NATIONS: Declaring Pakistan as a perpetrator of terror, India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said that terror attacks should stop before talks between the two nations can begin. Her address was a strong rebuttal of Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's Wednesday's speech, in which he had raised the Kashmir issue and suggested what he called a four-point "peace initiative"......more More

Prakash JavadkerIndia pledges 35% cut in carbon intensity by 2030

NEW DELHI: Ahead of the crucial climate change summit in Paris, India on Friday made a "comprehensive and ambitious" pledge to reduce its greenhouse emission intensity by upto 35% by 2030 from 2005 levels, a 75% jump over its present voluntary commitment......more More


Rajiv GandhiArmy had plotted to topple Rajiv govt in 1987: Retd Gen

CHANDIGARH: Lt Gen P N Hoon, a former Army commander of the prestigious Western Command, has claimed there was a plot to topple Rajiv Gandhi's government in 1987. He has also claimed that three crack para-commando battalions including one from the Western Command, were told to move for action in Delhi......more More

Cathay Pacific committed to sustainable journey for use of inflight materials and waste management

HONG KONG: The effective management of resources and the reduction of energy consumption and wastage are important elements of Cathay Pacific’s sustainability strategy. This is an ongoing journey for the airline and a crucial part of its corporate social responsibility commitment, which is to make positive contribution to the sustainable development of Hong Kong, its people, the communities we serve and the environment in which we live......more More

IFFCO becomes World’s Number One Cooperative; Crosses Rs 1,000 cr profit: Dr U S Awasthi

Dr U S AwasthiNEW DELHI: From being first to contribute towards visionary Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ideas of a clean India (Swach Bharat Abhiyan), financial inclusion (Jan Dhan Yojna) and domestic manufacturing (Make in India), Asia’s largest Cooperative IFFCO has become Number One Cooperative of the world in the year 2014. Besides commencing its production and operation of Jordan joint venture, IFFCO has already Rs 1,000 crores profit, informed Dr U S Awasthi, its Managing Director......more More

Bihar election Modi’s biggest electoral test: US think-tank

WASHINGTON: The upcoming Bihar Assembly election this month will be the biggest electoral test for Prime Minister Narendra Modi this far, scholars from a top American think-tank have said, noting that the ramifications of its results will be felt far away from the state’s borders.....more More

Jet Airways cuts fares by up to 30% on overseas routes

NEW DELHI: Wooing international flyers ahead of the festive season, private carrier Jet Airways on Monday slashed its business and economy class fares by up to 30 per cent across its global destinations including those in the US and Europe for a limited period. Bookings under the six-day festive sale offer commencing on Monday for the travel from October 5 and onwards, Jet Airways said in a release......more More

Singapore Airlines to launch premium economy class for Mumbai, New Delhi routes

NEW DELHI: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will launch a new premium economy cabin class on its Airbus A380 for the New Delhi and Mumbai routes from October 25 and January 2, 2016. respectively, the airlines said on Saturday......more More



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New centres for getting French visa

Indian American gets New York excellence award

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