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India unveils budget under pressure to deliver reforms
28th February 2015 India unveils budget under pressure to deliver reforms
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s right-wing government will unveil its first full budget on Saturday, a day after announcing the time was ripe for long-awaited reforms to kickstart the economy. Modi swept to power last year on a...
India’s Beef Traders See More Attacks From Hindu Nationalists: Report
25th February 2015 India’s Beef Traders See More Attacks From Hindu Nationalists: Report
ISLAMABAD: India’s beef industry has seen increased attacks from Hindu nationalists, who have seized cattle trucks and blockaded meat processing plants, in an effort to disrupt trade in the world’s second-largest beef exporter. According to International Business Times...
World Cup will be more competitive as it progresses: Tandulkar
23rd February 2015 World Cup will be more competitive as it progresses: Tandulkar
KARACHI: World Cup winner and ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Ambassador Sachin Tendulkar has predicted that the event will be even more competitive as it progresses after the first 10 days producing exciting and entertaining cricket. Talking to...
India’s reluctant “prince”, Rahul Gandhi, takes break from politics
23rd February 2015 India’s reluctant “prince”, Rahul Gandhi, takes break from politics
NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi, a leader of India’s Congress party, is taking a leave of absence from parliament to focus on party work, an official said, setting off speculation of a long-awaited change in the party to revive...
Swine Flu claims 38 more lives in India
23rd February 2015 Swine Flu claims 38 more lives in India
DELHI: Swine flu has claimed 38 more lives in India,taking the total nationwide death toll to 812, according to the latest figures released by the country’s health ministry. The total number of people affected by the H1N1 virus...
Another Bollywood actress turned Producer ‘Kareena Kapoor’
21st February 2015 Another Bollywood actress turned Producer ‘Kareena Kapoor’
The trend of Bollywood actress turned producers is increasing a lot, and the list of their names is growing. Another name that has been added in the list is ‘Kareena Kapoor’. According to the Indian Media sources, Kareena...
India seeking self belief boost against Proteas – Kohli
21st February 2015 India seeking self belief boost against Proteas – Kohli
MELBOURNE: After finally playing like a unit in their World Cup opener against Pakistan, India will seek their first victory at the global showpiece against South Africa on Sunday for an “immense self belief booster”, batsman Virat Kohli...
De Villiers says ‘match-winner’ Tahir to play India
21st February 2015 De Villiers says ‘match-winner’ Tahir to play India
MELBOURNE: The spin proficiency of the Indian batsmen notwithstanding, South Africa will play leg-spinner Imran Tahir in Sunday’s World Cup match in Melbourne, Proteas skipper AB de Villiers said on Saturday. The ease with which the wristy and...
India police probe suspected rape, hanging of teenager
19th February 2015 India police probe suspected rape, hanging of teenager
LUCKNOW: India police are investigating the suspected rape and hanging of a low-caste teenage girl, an officer said Thursday, a grim reminder of a similar case last year in the same state. The 16-year-old, from India’s lowest Dalit...
Indian coal block auctions see aggressive bidding on supply concerns
19th February 2015 Indian coal block auctions see aggressive bidding on supply concerns
NEW DELHI: Indian metal and cement companies have bid aggressively for coal blocks in the country’s first auctions to sell mines as they look to cut imports and their dependence on inefficient government monopoly Coal India Ltd. The...
India violates international law by blowing up Pakistani boat: Khawaja Asif
18th February 2015 India violates international law by blowing up Pakistani boat: Khawaja Asif
ISLAMABAD: While responding to false claims of his Indian counterpart regarding blowing up a Pakistani boat, Federal Defence Minister, Khawaja Muhammad Asif said on Wednesday that it had onece again been proved that India violated the international rules...
Why can’t Pakistan beat India in the World Cup?
16th February 2015 Why can’t Pakistan beat India in the World Cup?
ADELAIDE: If Pakistan were looking for answers for its wretched losing streak against arch-rivals India in the World Cup, they need to cut to the chase and begin with the captain’s luck with the toss. When Misbahul Haq...
Cricket World Cup glory beckons, arise ‘Sir’ Jadeja
14th February 2015 Cricket World Cup glory beckons, arise ‘Sir’ Jadeja
NEW DELHI: In his sprawling farmhouse at Jamnagar in the West Indian state of Gujarat, Ravindra Jadeja is often seen riding one of his four horses without even a saddle. The 26 year old all-rounder brings the same...
Pak vs India: Final before final- ‘Fingers Crossed’
14th February 2015 Pak vs India: Final before final- ‘Fingers Crossed’
By Faizan Ahmed The match between Pakistan Vs India always brings so much excitement in the Cricket world. Since the colored uniform had been introduced and the white ball for ODI matches initiated, the 92’ Champions never won...
Christian school vandalised in Indian capital
13th February 2015 Christian school vandalised in Indian capital
ISLAMABAD: Holy Child Auxilium, a Christian school in Delhi’s Vasant Vihar, was allegedly vandalised, after which the institution has been shut down on Friday. Students were sent back home and the matter has been reported to the police,...
Wahab confident to exploit Indians’ poor form
12th February 2015 Wahab confident to exploit Indians’ poor form
ISLAMABAD: Pacer Wahab Riaz is confident to put Dhoni Eleven under pressure by taking early wickets in their first nerve testing tier on February 15 against the opponents, never defeated by Pakistan in a World Cup match. Riaz...
Unrest strike in Kashmir
11th February 2015 Unrest strike in Kashmir
Srinagar, jammu and kashmir, INDIA : Indian police fired tear gas towards pro-independence Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) activists as they defy a curfew in Srinagar on February 11, 2015. Separatist groups opposed to Indian rule in...
Warm-up match Afghanistan VS India
10th February 2015 Warm-up match Afghanistan VS India
India have finished their innings with target 364-5 in 50 overs against Afghanistan. Whereas, Afghanistan require another 304 runs with 9 wickets and 38.2 overs remaining. IND V AFG 7th warm-up Match at...
INDIA ELECTION DELHI
10th February 2015 INDIA ELECTION DELHI
New Delhi, INDIA: Indian Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal (L) walks through a group of supporters as they celebrate his victory in the state assembly elections outside the party’s headquarters in New Delhi on February 10,...
India’s ruling party heads for election rout in Delhi, first blow for Modi
10th February 2015 India’s ruling party heads for election rout in Delhi, first blow for Modi
NEW DELHI: India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party was heading for election defeat in New Delhi at the hands of an anti corruption party, a TV projection showed on Tuesday, in the first blow for Prime Minister Narendra Modi...
Modi faces Delhi election defeat in first vote setback: exit polls
7th February 2015 Modi faces Delhi election defeat in first vote setback: exit polls
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi faces his first state election defeat since sweeping to power last year, according to exit polls on Saturday which showed a resurgent anti-corruption party on track to win a majority in...
Winless tour leaves champs India vulnerable
7th February 2015 Winless tour leaves champs India vulnerable
NEW DELHI: Loaded with free-stroking batsmen but missing match-winning bowlers, Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s India will look to chase down — rather than defend — the World Cup title they won four years ago. But a miserable bilateral tour...
Modi must break his ‘deafening silence’ on growing religious intolerance in India: NYT
7th February 2015 Modi must break his ‘deafening silence’ on growing religious intolerance in India: NYT
NEW YORK: Voicing concern over the increasing acts of  violence against minorities in India, a leading American newspaper Saturday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi to break his “deafening silence” on religious intolerance. “Attacks at Christian places of...
Gilani concerned over attacks on churches in Delhi
7th February 2015 Gilani concerned over attacks on churches in Delhi
ISLAMABAD: Veteran Hurriyet leader, Syed Ali Gilani, has expressed concern over the increasing attacks on churches in New Delhi, saying that these attacks are planned and the Hindu communal parties are behind these attacks. Syed Ali Gilani in...
India’s Tata Motors slumps on Q3 earnings miss JLR guidance
6th February 2015 India’s Tata Motors slumps on Q3 earnings miss JLR guidance
MUMBAI: Shares of India’s Tata Motors Ltd fell as much as 5.4 percent on Friday, heading towards their biggest daily fall in more than a year after third quarter profit missed analyst estimates. Consolidated net profit fell 25.5...
WC fear in team India: Nonstop cricket results into several injuries
6th February 2015 WC fear in team India: Nonstop cricket results into several injuries
Indian players Ravindra jadeja, Bhovanesh kumar, Rohit Sharma were facing serious injuries, now their right arm experienced pacer Ishant Sharma got injured just before the important game against Pakistan on February 15, reported Indian media. The defending champion...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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