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Canadian Governor General delayed his oath-taking for Dr Kalam in 2010

Jul 28, 2015

Canadian Governor General delayed his oath-taking for Dr Kalam in 2010

APJ Abdul Kalam was so much respected in Canada that the current Governor-General David Johnston delayed his oath-taking in 2010 so that he could personally - as president of the University of Waterloo - confer an honorary doctorate on the former Indian president. #NewsTracker #Abdul Kalam #Canada #APJ Abdul Kalam #Governor General
Successful career over happiness: Study decodes what Indian parents want for their kids

Jul 20, 2015

Successful career over happiness: Study decodes what Indian parents want for their kids

In many emerging economies, parents hope for their children to be successful in their career almost as strongly as they do for them to be happy in life, the study showed. #China #Indonesia #children #parents #Canada #Higher Studies #Studies #HSBC Study #Indian Parents
Govt gives nod to India-Canada civil aviation pact

Jul 16, 2015

Govt gives nod to India-Canada civil aviation pact

The Union cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, approved the signing of the memorandum of understanding which also seeks to foster greater commercial and economic cooperation between the two countries. #India #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Canada #DGMO #International Civil Aviation Organisation #Civil avaition
Prem Watsa's Fairfax buys 26% stake in brokerage IIFL for Rs 1621 cr: Key facts

Jul 14, 2015

Prem Watsa's Fairfax buys 26% stake in brokerage IIFL for Rs 1621 cr: Key facts

Canadian investor Prem Watsa's Fairfax India Holdings Corp plans to increase its stake in Indian financial services firm IIFL Holdings IIFL to up to 26 percent for $225 million ( Rs 1600 crore) through a share tender offer. #IIFL #Canada #FIH #Prem Watsa #Fairfax
Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's hat-trick sinks Japan, helps USA clinch title

Jul 06, 2015

Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd's hat-trick sinks Japan, helps USA clinch title

Carli Lloyd became the first woman to score a hattrick in a World Cup final as she inspired the United States to a 5-2 demolition of defending champions Japan on Sunday. #World Cup #Japan #NewsTracker #football #USA #KickingAround #SportsTracker #Canada #hat-trick #World Cup 2015 #women's world cup 2015 #Carli Lloyd
FIFA deflects criticism about absence of Blatter from Women's World Cup final

Jul 04, 2015

FIFA deflects criticism about absence of Blatter from Women's World Cup final

While both organizations raved about the successes of the event, the absence of Blatter and Valcke because of the FIFA corruption investigation lingered. #football #FIFA #Sepp Blatter #Women's World Cup #KickingAround #Canada #Jerome Valcke
Support us as much as singles players and we can win at Olympics, says Jwala

Jul 02, 2015

Support us as much as singles players and we can win at Olympics, says Jwala

Fresh from her Canada Open triumph along with Ashwini Ponnappa, ace shuttler Jwala Gutta today urged the government to come out and support the doubles specialists in their endeavour to win an Olympic medal next year at Rio. #Sports #Badminton #Jwala Gutta #Government #Ashwini Ponnappa #Canada Open
UK Food Standards Agency finds made in India Maggi safe for consumption

Jul 01, 2015

UK Food Standards Agency finds made in India Maggi safe for consumption

UK's food regulator Food Standards Agency (FSA) on Wednesday gave a clean chit to Nestle for Maggi manufactured in India saying levels of lead in the product are well within the EU permissible levels. #India #NewsTracker #Singapore #EU #Kenya #UK #Canada #FSA #Maggi #Food Standards Agency