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The target is to get back to 8-9 per cent growth rate, he says
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia (AP) — Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, the powerful U.S. ally who fought against al-Qaida and sought to modernize the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom, including by nudging open greater opportunities for women, has died. He w...
Srinivasan Can't Contest BCCI Polls; Meiyappan, Kundra Guilty Of Betting, Holds Supreme Court huffingtonpost.in
The Supreme Court delivered its verdict in the Indian Premier League betting and spot fixing scam of 2013, and it was a big setback to the current president N. Srinivasan. According to TV reports, the court said that Srinivasan cannot contest the...
'The Red Sari,' on Sonia Gandhi, is released in India.
From Yahoo News: Grab your best binoculars and scout out your favorite star-gazing spot, because next week, you’ll have the very rare opportunity to watch a very large asteroid make its way past Earth.
This post was updated at 1:00pm ET Billionaires are getting richer, according to a new study from Oxfam. Gather together the wealth of the world’s richest people, and you now only need 80 of them before there’s enough in the pot to equal everything owned by the poorest 50% of the rest of the world...
Public sector bank employees have decided to go on a 4-day strike from January 21, demanding the long pending wage revision issue, a senior union leader said.
Filmmaker Shankar has sought police protection following protest by a group of transgenders outside his residence after they found objectionable scenes about their community in his latest Tamil magnum opus “I”.
At least three killed, churches torched in protest over Charlie Hebdo; France defends free speech - Police station attacked, shops looted in Niamey | Several churches burned in capital and provincial towns At least three people were killed on Saturday in protests in Niger against French newspaper Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, police sources said, bringing the death toll from two days of violence in the West African country to eight.