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Manmohan Singh to hold first meeting with Nawaz Sharif

New York: After receiving US backing on the issue of terrorism emanating from Pakistan, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet Nawaz Sharif here on Sunday when he is likely to ask him to rein in ter

Foreign IPOs made easy for $


New Delhi: Finance ministry on Friday allowed domestic companies to list and raise capital overseas without first being listed on local exchanges to boost capital inflows.Currently unlisted companies

India thrashes Korea 6-1, to face Malaysia in Johor Cup final


Johor Bahru (Malaysia): India thrashed Korea 6-1 in their penultimate round-robin match to seal their place in the final of the Sultan of Johor Cup Under-21 hockey tournament here today.The Indian co

Terrorists launch two attacks in J&K, 6 killed


Srinagar: In a major strike, terrorists in Army fatigues attacked a police station in Samba sector today and killed six policemen. Two others were injured.Minutes later, terrorists attacked an Army c

India, a headache for US IT firms


Washington:The influential American IT and telecom industry on Wednesday sought intervention of the Obama Administration against what they alleged are “discriminatory” Indian policies, which they cla

India thrashes Pakistan 4-0 in fine display of attacking hockey


Johor Bahru (Malaysia): India pumped in four goals in the second session in a sizzling display of attacking hockey to post a comprehensive 4-0 victory over arch-rivals Pakistan in the Sultan of Johor

Jubilant grapplers want opponents to fear them

New Delhi: Inspired by established senior pros like Olympic hero Sushil Kumar, the new crop of Indian wrestlers made quite a statement at the World Championships with three medals and the sprightly y

Indian eves enter semi-finals of Asia Cup hockey


Kuala Lumpur: India defeated hosts Malaysia 2-0 to qualify for the semi-finals of the eighth women's Asia Cup hockey tournament here today.Poonam Rani (39th) and Lily Chanu (46th) scored two second h

Indian companies offer 9.8% pay hikes to top executives: Survey


New Delhi: Marking the highest annual pay hikes worldwide, Indian companies doled out as much as 9.8 per cent increase in salaries this year even though average executive compensation remained lower

Pakistan violates ceasefire again, targets Indian posts in Rajouri


Jammu: There is no let-up in ceasefire violation by Pakistani troops which indulged in unprovoked firing overnight on Indian forward posts along the Line of Control in Rajouri district.
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