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Mumbai: Incessant rains temporarily disrupt train services, heavy showers predicted over 2 days

Jun 25, 2016

Mumbai: Incessant rains temporarily disrupt train services, heavy showers predicted over 2 days

Rains continued to lash Mumbai for the third consecutive day on Saturday, slightly disrupting suburban train services. #India #NewsTracker #Mumbai #IMD #Meteorological department #trains #Rains #rainfall #Railway
Dear Subramanian Swamy, this isn't 1999 and Narendra Modi isn't Vajpayee

Jun 25, 2016

Dear Subramanian Swamy, this isn't 1999 and Narendra Modi isn't Vajpayee

At the peak of Indira Gandhi's haydays in early 1970s, Swamy had suggested to ‘the iron-lady’ that India’s Five Year Plans be scrapped. Indira not only dismissed the suggestion summarily but also described him as a 'Santa Claus with unrealistic ideas'. #India #BJP #Narendra Modi #Subramanian Swamy #ConnectTheDots #Indira Gandhi #IIT #Atal Bihari Vajpayee #RSS
Brexit impact on India: Uncertainty in IT, rupee seen at 70, softer oil prices

Jun 25, 2016

Brexit impact on India: Uncertainty in IT, rupee seen at 70, softer oil prices

Aditi Nayar, senior economist of rating agency ICRA, said post the Brexit, uncertainty may weigh upon the performance of merchandise and services exports and delay the concretisation of investment plans, partly moderating the expected benefit of the recent FDI reforms. #Economy #India #Rupee #European Union #EU #Britain #IT #UK #Forex #Automobile sector #Brexit #Brexit impact #Brexit3
Karnataka police to record statement of ragging victim on Saturday

Jun 25, 2016

Karnataka police to record statement of ragging victim on Saturday

A team of Karnataka police, probing the alleged ragging of a student of a nursing college in Gulbarga will visit her. #India #NewsTracker #Crime #Karnataka police #Ragging #Dalit student #Gulbarga
Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: TN govt says it is yet to take a decision on Nalini's release

Jun 25, 2016

Rajiv Gandhi assassination case: TN govt says it is yet to take a decision on Nalini's release

Tamil Nadu government on Friday told the Madras High Court that it was yet to take a decision on the premature release of Nalini Sriharan. #India #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #Madras High Court #Crime #Nalini Sriharan #Rajiv Gandhi assassination case
Might visit India if invited for Global Entrepreneurship Summit: Obama

Jun 25, 2016

Might visit India if invited for Global Entrepreneurship Summit: Obama

US President Barack Obama on Friday said he might visit India next year if invited for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES). #United States #White House #World #India #Barack Obama #TheySaidIt #US President #PM Narendra Modi #Global Entrepreneurship Summit #GES
China bars India's NSG entry: We must rely on our own wits, develop tech

Jun 25, 2016

China bars India's NSG entry: We must rely on our own wits, develop tech

Early on Friday morning, Indian time, the verdict from Seoul was announced: India was denied entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). For many, this had been a foregone conclusion, but the strenuous efforts of the Indian government raised hope that things would ultimately come out in India's favour as they did in 2008. #India #China #Barack Obama #Narendra Modi #ConnectTheDots #Seoul #Beijing #Nuclear Suppliers Group #NSG #NPT #Xi Jinping #non proliferation treaty
Smart and aggressive on the field, cool off it: Anil Kumble ticks all boxes as India coach

Jun 25, 2016

Smart and aggressive on the field, cool off it: Anil Kumble ticks all boxes as India coach

Anil Kumble brings in a complete package as India coach. An epitome of courage, discipline, determination and commitment, the 45-year-old ticks all the boxes. #BCCI #India #Cricket #InMyOpinion #Virat Kohli #Rahul Dravid #Anil Kumble #MS Dhoni #Ravi Shastri #Irfan Pathan #Javagal Srinath #India head coach
China media snidely criticise Brexit vote, but upbeat on UK ties | Reuters

Jun 25, 2016

China media snidely criticise Brexit vote, but upbeat on UK ties | Reuters

BEIJING Chinese state media on Saturday offered snide criticism of the negative consequences of democracy after Britain voted to leave the European Union, but vowed to stand by the "golden age" of Sino-British ties. Though China and Britain have a history of disputes over human rights and the future of the former British colony of Hong Kong, export-reliant China had valued Britain as a strong advocate for free trade within the EU. Relations between Britain and China have been warming over the past few years and economic links have multiplied, in what both countries refer to as a "golden age" in ties, a concept promoted by President Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister David Cameron, who resigned followed the referendum #United States #Economy #India #China #Middle East #United Kingdom #Foreign policy