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With consumers wary, Maggi noodles off store shelves in many parts of India

Times of India 31 minutes ago

Te sale of Maggi noodles has taken a hit, with chains like Big Bazaar removing it from their shelves.
With consumers wary, Maggi noodles off store shelves
New Delhi: With consumers wary of Maggi noodles, the sale of this popular snack which has been a part of the Indian palette for over 25 years, has taken a hit with chains like Big Bazaar removing it from their shelves. While Nestle cont
Kendriya Bhandar takes Maggi noodles off shelves in 130 stores
New Delhi, Jun 3: Consumer cooperative society Kendriya Bhandar is withdrawing Maggi noodles from its 130 stores in and outside Delhi. The development follows probe against the 'two-minute' instant food brand across India over alleged presence of lead and taste
LIVE| Delhi government bans Maggi for 15 days; Maharashtra, Haryana & West Bengal collect samples for testing
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said? said, "We are not fully satisfied with the submission given by Nestle officials today morning."
Consumer Cooperative Kendriya Bhandar Takes Maggi Noodles Off Shelves in 130 Stores
Consumer cooperative society Kendriya Bhandar is withdrawing Maggi noodles from its 130 stores in and outside Delhi.
Kendriya Bhandar takes Maggi noodles off shelves in 130 stores
Consumer cooperative society Kendriya Bhandar is withdrawing Maggi noodles from its 130 stores in and outside Delhi. The development follows probe against the 'two-minute' instant food brand across India over alleged presence of lead and taste ...
Delhi government bans sale of Maggi in stores
A total of 13 packets were tested and it was found that 10 contained lead more than the prescribed limit of 2.5 parts per million
Delhi government bans Maggi sale for 15 days
The government has already banned Maggi sale at Kendriya Bhandars after 10 out of 13 samples were found to contain high level of lead.
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days, Nestle told to recall samples till further tests
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days, Nestle told to recall samples till further testsA fresh decision will be taken after 15 days after rechecking the new Maggi stocks in government labs, health minister Satyendra Jain said.
With consumers wary, Maggi noodles off store shelves
With consumers wary of Maggi noodles, the sale of the popular snack which has been a part of the Indian palate for over 25 years has taken a hit, with chains like Big Bazaar removing it from their shelves."In the interest of consumer sentiment and concerns we have taken Maggi noodles off the shelves from all our stores for the time being. We will...
In a soup again! Nestle India slumps 9%
Delhi Goverment has banned Maggi sale for 15 days due to high content of lead. Also the Kerala Govt ordered to pullout of Maggi noodles from government-run outlets.
Delhi Health Minister Meets Nestle Officials On Maggi Row
A day after it found samples of Maggi noodles "unsafe" for consumption, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain today met Nestle officials. The officials reportedly presented their case before the minister.
Big Bazaar, Kendriya Bhandar remove Maggi from their stores
New Delhi: Big Bazaar and Kendriya Bhandar have together removed Maggi from their stores after reports suggested that it contains lead and monosodium glutamate beyond permissible limit in it.Yesterday, 10 out of 13 samples in Delhi tested for lead content in Nestle's product were found to ha....
Nestle feels heat over Maggi row, stock crashes over 10%
Samples of Maggi noodles taken in the national capital were found "unsafe" for consumption during tests by the Delhi government, which decided to initiate a case against Nestle India.
Whats in my Maggi noodles? This is what the tests have found so far
The controversy around Nestle's Maggi noodles has caused panic throughout the nation and it doesn't look like it will die down any time soon
Maggi noodles now in soup in national capital
The Delhi government on Tuesday said it would initiate a case against Nestle after it found that tested samples of Maggi noodles were unsafe for consumption.
Delhi Says Maggi Samples Tested Are 'Unsafe', Kerala Orders Pullout From Government Shops
Kerala has ordered a pullout of Maggi noodles from government-run outlets and the Delhi government has said samples that it tested were found "unsafe," amid a country-wide scrutiny of the product for ...
'If violation proved, pan-India action against Maggi next week'
Kerala announces ban, Delhi says product unsafe; a new controversy for Nestle in Coimbatore.
Wait for Maggi sampling test results
The Union government is awaiting the results of tests on samples of Maggi noodles from across the country after samples from Uttar Pradesh were allegedly found contaminated with lead.
Delhi tests find Maggi unsafe, ban in Kerala
Delhi tests find Maggi unsafe, ban in Kerala (Photo: PTI) A Bihar court on Tuesday ordered that an FIR be registered against Maggi brand ambassadors Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta and arrest the them, if required, even as Nestle India faced trouble in more states over safety of the popular instant food. Samples of Maggi noodles taken in the national capital were found unsafe for consumption during tests by the Delhi government, which decided to initiate a case against Nestle India. It said officials of Nestle will be summoned in the next few days and that more action may follow including possible ban on the famous 2-minute instant noodle after the final report of the lab testing was received. State-run retail outlets in Kerala were ordered to withdraw these products and Karnataka and Haryana directing random lifting of this food item for scrutiny. In Bihars Muzaffarpur, additional chief judicial magistrate Ramchandra Prasad directed the Kazi Mohammadpur police station to register the FIR against two Nestle officials besides the three actors and investigate the complaint.
Maggi noodles now in soup in national capital (Roundup)
New Delhi, June 2 (IANS) The Delhi government on Tuesday said it would initiate a case against Nestle after it found that tested samples of Maggi noodles were unsafe for consumption.
After lab tests, Maggi samples found unsafe in Delhi
A senior official in the Delhi government said the Maggi samples were found unsafe during lab testing. Sources said the city government was contemplating various options on the issue.
Maggi samples found unsafe: Delhi government
The Delhi government on Tuesday said samples of Maggi noodles were found unsafe. Delhi government spokesperson Nagendra Sharma said the samples had been sent to lab for testing. "Lab testing reports show Maggi samples found unsafe in national capital: Delhi govt," Sharma tweeted. The noodle brand, manufactured by multi-national company Nestle, is facing cases in Uttar Pradesh related to food safety standards.
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Traditional Blatter backers Africa accept his resignation, will supports reforms

First Post.com 1 hour 29 minutes ago

"The Confederation of African Football has taken note of the decision of FIFA President, Joseph Sepp Blatter, to resign," CAF said in a statement posted on its website. The post Traditional Blatter...
Why did Sepp Blatter resign and what now for FIFA
Blatter and his mentor Joao Havelange have run global's soccer's governing body since 1974.
US attorney general declines to comment on FIFA probe, Sepp Blatter
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch declined to comment at a press conference on Wednesday on whether FIFA President Sepp Blatter is under investigation as part of a probe by U.S. authorities into the soccer organisation.
Football: Sepp Blatter resignation fails to end FIFA storm
Blatter's resignation as FIFA president failed to quell the corruption storm surrounding football's world body that now even threatens to touch him.
Blatter resignation fails to end FIFA storm
Sepp Blatter's shock resignation as FIFA president failed Wednesday to quell the corruption storm surrounding football's world body that now even threatens to touch him. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now looking into Blatter's role in tens ...
IOC chief hails Blatter decision to "open way for new leadership"
International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach on Wednesday conveyed his "high regard" for the decision made by outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter to resign and "open the way for new leadership"."We highly respect this decision of president Blatter to step down and to initiate the necessary reforms -- and to make way for a new...
FIFA: Blatter back at work after resign drama
Sepp Blatter returned to his office Wednesday and FIFAs headquarters tried to put on an air of routine after the drama of the resignation of the longtime world football boss
French soccer federation president gives vote of confidence to Platini
Blatter rocked the world of soccer on Tuesday by unexpectedly announcing he would step down as FIFA president in the wake of a corruption investigation.
Explained: FIFA loses its head after Sepp Blatter uses his
Blatter could perhaps sense the noose tightening and to save himself from further ignominy, may have resigned.
Sepp Blatter’s resignation opens new FIFA race
Sepp Blatter’s shock resignation opened up a new race Wednesday to become president of FIFA with a mission to reform football’s scandal-tainted world body. The names of UEFA president Michel Platini, Prince Ali bin al Hussein, who challenged Blatter in a vote last Friday, and Portuguese football great Luis Figo were immediately pushed forward. But […]
Who'll head FIFA? Six contenders for world football's top job
The highy-awaited resignation of Sepp Blatter, who was in power for 17 years, as FIFA president has left a deep void in the world of football amid corruption scandal.
Can Blatter's shock resignation rescue his FIFA legacy?
Zurich, June 3 (IANS) Not even the most hopeful of outgoing FIFA president Sepp Blatter's critics could have seen it coming this soon.
Blatter quits FIFA; under investigation by U.S. prosecutors, FBI
Sepp Blatter rocked the world of soccer on Tuesday by saying he would step down as FIFA president in the wake of a corruption investigation that now includes the 79-year-old chief himself. Blatter, who has led soccer's world governing body since 19
FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigns
FIFA President Sepp Blatter resigns
Blatter's Resignation Opens New FIFA Race
Sepp Blatter's shock resignation opened up a new race Wednesday to become president of FIFA with a mission to reform football's scandal-tainted world body.
Blatter resigns as FIFA president
The 79-year-old Swiss official, FIFA president for 17 years and only reelected on Friday, said a special congress would be called as soon as possible to elect a successor.
After 17 Years at Helm, Defiant to Defeated in Four Fateful Days
In the face of corruption charges against top FIFA officials, Sepp Blatter took the decision to step aside as president of the body after running it for 17 years.
Blatter quits FIFA; under investigation by U.S. prosecutors, FBI
ZURICH/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Sepp Blatter rocked the world of soccer on Tuesday by saying he would step down as FIFA president in the wake of a corruption investigation that now includes the 79-year-old chief himself.
Brave decision: Michel Platini
Sepp Blatter resigned as Fifa president on Tuesday, four days after being re-elected to a fifth term amid the biggest corruption scandal in the history of soccer's global governing body.
Full Text: Sepp Blatter quits as FIFA President
Zurich, June 2: Sepp Blatter stunned the football world today as he resigned as the President of FIFA, the sport's global governing body. The 79-year-old was re-elected for a record 5th term on May 29. But few days after his
Sepp Blatter resigns as FIFA president
Zurich: Sepp Blatter today resigned as president of FIFA as a mounting corruption scandal engulfed world football's governing body.The 79-year-old Blatter was re-elected to a fifth term on Friday, two days after a corruption crisis erupted and seven soccer officials w..
Blatter stands down as FIFA president
Sepp Blatter resigned as FIFA president on Tuesday, four days after being re-elected to a fifth term. Blatter, 79, announced the decision at a news conference in Zurich, six days after the FBI raided a hotel in Zurich and arrested several FIFA officials. He was re-elected after his only rival, Jordans Prince Ali bin Al Hussein withdrew after losing heavily in the first round of voting. "FIFA has been my life...what counts most for me is FIFA and football around the world," Blatter said. "An extraordinary congress is to be called to elect my successor as soon as possible."
Sepp Blatter steps down as Fifa president just 4 days after being re-elected
Blatter announced the decision at a news conference in Zurich, six days after the FBI had raided a hotel in Zurich and arrested several Fifa officials.
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Former Prime Minister, Shri H.D. Deve Gowda calls on the PM

Business Standard 1 hour 54 minutes ago

Former Prime Minister, Shri H.D. Deve Gowda calls on the PM
Former Prime Minister, Shri H.D. Deve Gowda calls on the PM
Former Prime Minister, Shri H.D. Deve Gowda calls on the PM
PM gives his word: 5 times Modi spoke up for minority
In February this year, the PM broke his silence and said his government was committed to protect the right of every individual to adopt and retain the religion of his choice. Since then, he has spoken a number of times on protecting the rights of minority communities, with the latest one being on Tuesday, when he told Muslim leaders that he doesnt believe in politics that divide people on communal lines.
Saal ek, shuruaat anek: Why PM Modi's meeting with Muslim leaders matters
According to reports, the Prime Minister assured the leaders that he did not believe in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines and neither should they. The post Saal ek, shuruaat anek: Why PM Modi’s meeting with Muslim leaders matters appeared first on Firstpost .
PM gives his word: 5 times Modi spoke up for minority communities
In February this year the PM broke his silence and said his government was committed to protect the right of every individual to adopt and retain the religion of his choice Since then he has spoken a number of times on protecting the rights of minority communities with the latest one being on Tuesday when he told Muslim leaders that he doesnt believe in politics that divide people on communal lines
Will Never Speak Communal Language: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that "he neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines, nor will he ever speak communal language".
Do not believe in politics that seeks to divide people: PM Narendra Modi to Muslim leaders
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that he does not believe in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines and will never speak communal language as he met a delegation of Muslim leaders here.He discussed social, economic and educational issues r..
PM Modi meets Muslim leaders, says never believe in divisive politics
He discussed social, economic and educational issues related to Muslims with the 30-member delegation, led by Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, Chief Imam of All India Imam Organization. During the interaction, Modi said the politics of majority and minority has caused a lot of damage to the country, a PMO statement said. The Prime Minister said he "neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines nor will he ever speak communal language," it said. At the meeting where Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi was also present, Modi said employment and development are the solution to all problems and he is focused on delivering them. In this context, he spoke of the initiatives in skill development taken by the Union government and the work done by him as Chief Minister of Gujarat in fields such as education of the girl child as also revival of the kite industry. The delegation members said the Muslim community had rejected the divisive politics of vote-banks and was interested in development, the PMO statement said. The members appreciated Modi's leadership over the last one year and said they wanted to forge a partnership for progress and development with the Prime Minister, it added. Latest News from India News Desk
Do not believe in politics that seeks to divide people on communal lines:Modi tells Muslim delegatio
Do not believe in politics that seeks to divide people on communal lines:Modi tells Muslim delegatio
Judge me by my actions, PM Modi tells Muslim leaders
The PM said he "neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines nor will he ever speak communal language".
Do not believe in politics that seeks to divide people on communal lines: PM Modi tells Muslim delegation
PM Modi discussed social, economic and educational issues related to Muslims with the 30-member delegation, led by Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, Chief Imam of All India Imam Organization. Modi said the politics of majority and minority has caused a lot of damage to the country.
Do not believe in divisive politics, Modi tells Muslim delegation
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday told a delegation of Muslim community leaders that he does not believes in politics "which seeks to divide people on communal lines" and will never speak "communal language". Interacting with the delegation that included 30 leaders from the Muslim community led by All India Imam Organisation chief Umer Ahmed, Modi said that the "politics of majority and minority had caused a lot of damage to the country", said a PMO release. He said that employment and development were solution to all problems and he was focused on delivering them. He cited initiatives in skill development taken by the union government and the work done by him as Gujarat chief minister in fields such as education of the girl child, and revival of the kite industry. "The prime minister appreciated the gesture of the leaders, to take time out to meet him, even on the busy festive occasion of Shab-e-Barat," the release said. It said the delegation members appreciated Modis leadership over the last one year, and said they wanted to forge a partnership for progress and development with the prime minister. "They said that the Muslim community had rejected the divisive politics of vote-banks, and was interested in development," the release said, adding they lauded Modi "for his vision of Muslim youth with a Quran in one hand and a computer in the other". They also congratulated him for the countrys success in the adoption of the International Day of Yoga by the United Nations. Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval were present on the occasion. Modi had also met leaders of Muslim community in April this year.
Judge me by my actions, Modi tells Muslim leaders
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday appealed to the Muslim leaders to judge him on the basis of his actions and performance not by what his opponents have been saying about him.
PM Modi Says He Does Not Believe in Politics That Seeks to Divide People
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that he does not believe in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines and will never speak communal language as he met a delegation of Muslim ...
Do not believe in divisive politics, Modi tells Muslim delegation
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday told a delegation of Muslim community leaders that he does not believes in politics "which seeks to divide people on communal lines" and will never speak "communal language".
Do not believe in divisive politics, Modi tells Muslim delegation
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday told a delegation of Muslim community leaders that he does not believes in politics "which seeks to divide people on communal lines" and will never speak "communal language".Interacting with the delegation that included 30 leaders from the Muslim community led by All India Imam Organisation chief Umer...
Will never speak communal language: Modi
New Delhi, June 2 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that "he neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines, nor will he ever speak communal language".
Narendra Modi meets Muslim delegation, says will never speak communal language
New Delhi, June 2: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that "he neither believes in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines, nor will he ever speak communal language".Interacting with a Muslim delegation, which called on him here
Minorities are as much a part of India as anyone else: PM Modi assures Muslim leaders
AfterNarendraModimade it clear that his government won't tolerate violence against any particular community, a Muslim delegation led by ImamUmerAhmedIlyasion Tuesday met the Prime Minister and raised certain concerns about the community.
I Don't Believe in Politics of Divide: Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asserted that he does not believe in politics which seeks to divide people on communal lines and will never speak communal language as he met a delegation of Muslim leaders here.
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Maruti drives 800 cc diesel Celerio at Rs 4.65 lakh

Business Standard 2 hours 56 minutes ago

Maruti Suzuki today launched the diesel variant of its 14 month old hatchback, Celerio, at an entry price of Rs 4.65 lakh (ex-showroom in Delhi)
Maruti launches Celerio diesel version, priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh
Launched in February 2014, the Celerio model has clocked over 95,000 units with nearly a third of the total sales coming from auto gear shift variants. The post Maruti launches Celerio diesel version, priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh appeared first on Firstpost .
Maruti drives in 800cc Celerio diesel for Rs 4.6 lakh
Maruti Suzuki rolled out the company's first indigenously-developed diesel engine in the 793cc Celerio, pricing the compact car between Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Triumph Rocket III X launched in India at Rs 22.21 lakh
Triumph Rocket III X launched in India at Rs 22.21 lakh
Maruti Suzuki launches Celerio diesel
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) Automobile major Maruti Suzuki India on Wednesday launched the diesel variant of its hatchback Celerio, which offers a mileage of 27.62 km per litre and is priced between Rs.4.65 lakh and Rs.5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Maruti Suzuki launches Celerio diesel
Automobile major Maruti Suzuki India on Wednesday launched the diesel variant of its hatchback Celerio, which offers a mileage of 27.62 km per litre and is priced between Rs.4.65 lakh and Rs.5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi)."Celerio, powered by 'DDiS 125' engine, is India's most fuel efficient car. This is also the first diesel engine designed and...
Maruti launches diesel variant of Celerio at Rs 4.65 lakh
The Celerio diesel powered by an 793cc engine offers a fuel economy of 27.62 kmpl and the model also marks the global launch of the DDiS 125, first diesel engine designed and developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation. Maruti Suzuki India Managing Director and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa said: "It is designed to offer a smooth drive and strengthens Celerio's reputation as a car that offers easy drive in cities as well as highways." Maruti Suzuki and its suppliers have together invested over Rs 900 crore towards the development of DDiS 125 engine and is localised up to 97 per cent. The petrol-powered manual transmission variants of the Celerio are priced between Rs 3.90 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh, while the auto gear shift variants of the compact car are priced between Rs 4.4 lakh and Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Celerio Auto Gear Shift variants have the flexibility of both manual mode and auto drive mode in the same car, with a simple shift of gear lever. The company also sells a CNG powered version of the car priced at Rs 4.85 lakh. Launched in February 2014, the Celerio model has clocked over 95,000 units with nearly a third of the total sales coming from auto gear shift variants.
Maruti launches Celerio diesel priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) today launched a diesel variant of hatchback Celerio, powered by parent Suzuki's first diesel engine, priced between Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Celerio diesel powered by an 793cc engine offers a fuel economy of 27.62 kmpl and the model also marks the global launch of the DDiS 125, first diesel engine designed and developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation. Maruti Suzuki India Managing Director and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa said: "It is designed to offer a smooth drive and strengthens Celerio's reputation as a car that offers easy drive in cities as well as highways." Maruti Suzuki and its suppliers have together invested over Rs 900 crore towards the development of DDiS 125 engine and is localised up to 97 per cent. The petrol-powered manual transmission variants of the Celerio are priced between Rs 3.90 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh, while the auto gear shift variants of the compact car are priced between Rs 4.4 lakh and Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Celerio Auto Gear Shift variants have the flexibility of both manual mode and auto drive mode in the same car, with a simple shift of gear lever. The company also sells a CNG powered version of the car priced at Rs 4.85 lakh. Launched in February 2014, the Celerio model has clocked over 95,000 units with nearly a third of the total sales coming from auto gear shift variants.
Maruti launches Celerio diesel priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) today launched a diesel variant of hatchback Celerio, powered by parent Suzukis first diesel engine, priced between Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Celerio diesel powered by an 793cc engine offers a fuel economy of 27.62 kmpl and the model also marks the global launch of the DDiS 125, first diesel engine designed and developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation. Maruti Suzuki India Managing Director and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa said: "It is designed to offer a smooth drive and strengthens Celerios reputation as a car that offers easy drive in cities as well as highways." Maruti Suzuki and its suppliers have together invested over Rs 900 crore towards the development of DDiS 125 engine and is localised up to 97 per cent. The petrol-powered manual transmission variants of the Celerio are priced between Rs 3.90 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh, while the auto gear shift variants of the compact car are priced between Rs 4.4 lakh and Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Celerio Auto Gear Shift variants have the flexibility of both manual mode and auto drive mode in the same car, with a simple shift of gear lever. The company also sells a CNG powered version of the car priced at Rs 4.85 lakh. Launched in February 2014, the Celerio model has clocked over 95,000 units with nearly a third of the total sales coming from auto gear shift variants.
Maruti launches Celerio diesel priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh
The Celerio diesel powered by an 793cc engine offers a fuel economy of 27.62 kmpl New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on June 3 launched a diesel variant of hatchback Celerio, powered by parent Suzuki's first diesel engine, priced between Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The Celerio diesel powered by an 793cc engine offers a fuel economy of 27.62 kmpl and the model also marks the global launch of the DDiS 125, first diesel engine designed and developed by Suzuki Motor Corporation. Maruti Suzuki India Managing Director and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa said. "It is designed to offer a smooth drive and strengthens Celerio's reputation as a car that offers easy drive in cities as well as highways." Maruti Suzuki and its suppliers have together invested over Rs 900 crore towards the development of DDiS 125 engine and is localised up to 97 per cent. The petrol-powered manual transmission variants of the Celerio are priced between Rs 3.90 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh, while the auto gear shift variants of the compact car are priced between Rs 4.4 lakh and Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Celerio Auto Gear Shift variants have the flexibility of both manual mode and auto drive mode in the same car, with a simple shift of gear lever. The company also sells a CNG powered version of the car priced at Rs 4.85 lakh. Launched in February 2014, the Celerio model has clocked over 95,000 units with nearly a third of the total sales coming from auto gear shift variants.
Maruti Suzuki India launches diesel variant of Celerio
Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Wednesday launched a diesel variant of hatchback Celerio, powered by parent Suzuki's first diesel engine, priced between Rs 4.65 lakh and Rs 5.71 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Maruti Celerio diesel launched @ Rs 4.6 L, claimed to be India's most fuel-efficient car
Maruti Celerio diesel launched @ Rs 4.6 L, claimed to be India's most fuel-efficient carThe Celerio diesel is powered by the DDiS 125 engine, which is a two-cylinder 793 cc unit capable of 47 bhp at 3,500 rpm and 125 Nm of torque.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio diesel launched at Rs 4.65 lakh
The Maruti Suzuki Celerio has been launched in India at Rs 4.65 lakhs and is the most fuel efficient car in the country offering a staggering 27.62kmpl. The Celerio diesel makes 48PS of peak power and 125Nm of peak torque and will go up against the likes of the Chevrolet Beat diesel and the Hyundai Grand i10 diesel.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio Diesel Launched at Rs. 4.65 Lakh
Claimed to deliver 27.62km/l, the Celerio diesel has, now, become India's most fuel-efficient car beating the Swift Dzire diesel that has an ARAI-certified mileage of 26.59km/l.
Maruti launches Celerio diesel priced up to Rs 5.71 lakh
The petrol-powered manual transmission variants of the Celerio are priced between Rs 3.90 lakh and Rs 4.96 lakh, while the auto gear shift variants of the compact car are priced between Rs 4.4 lakh and Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Maruti Suzuki introduces diesel variant of model Celerio
Maruti Suzuki Celerio, the car that first brought the acclaimed Auto Gear Shift technology to India, now becomes the first car to offer a super compact diesel engine option to Indian car buyers.
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Delhi bans Maggi for 15 days; many states order tests

Prokerala 1 hour 1 minute ago

The Delhi government on Wednesday banned Maggi noodles for 15 days as Nestle India, the manufacturer of the popular snack, battled controversy with many more states ordering tests following a lab...
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days, Govt to test other noodles
New Delhi, Jun 3: Sale of instant noodles Maggi, a popular product of Nestle India, was today banned in the national capital for 15 days as Delhi government found it "unsafe" for consumption due to excessive lead even as it decided
Maggi banned in Delhi, other noodles on govt radar
The Delhi government also directed the Indian arm of the Swiss multinational giant to withdraw Maggi stocks from the Delhi market within 15 days after which laboratory test will be conducted on fresh stocks and a decision will be taken whether it can be sold.
Delhi government bans Maggi for 15 days
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) The Delhi government on Wednesday banned Maggi noodles for 15 days.
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days, Govt to test other noodles
Sale of instant noodles Maggi, a popular product of Nestle India, was today banned in the national capital for 15 days as Delhi government found it "unsafe" for consumption due to excessive lead even as it decided to carry out lab test of all other ...
To eat or not? This infographic tells you which states have found Maggi unsafe
Amid a row over alleged lapses in food safety standards of instant noodles Maggi, the Delhi government on Wednesday announced an immediate ban on the sale of Maggi noodles for fifteen days and has asked parent company Nestle, which manufactures the snack, to recall current stocks from the capital in that time and make available new stock, which will be allowed on shelves only after proper checks.
Delhi government imposes ban on sale of Maggi noodles for 15 days
Nestle has been asked to withdraw existing stock (Photo: AP) Delhi government had on Tuesday decided to initiate a case against Nestle India after lab testing of Maggi samples, lifted from various parts of the city, was found to have lead exceeding the prescribed limits New Delhi: A day after it found samples of Maggi noodles "unsafe" for consumption, Delhi government on Wednesday deliberated on the issue with Nestle India, the manufacturer of the instant noodles. Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain met a number of officials of Nestle India and discussed finding of lead beyond the permissible level in Maggi masala (tastemaker). The government has imposed a ban on Maggi noodles for 15 days, the Delhi health minister said. "The company has been directed to remove their stock from markets in Delhi, said Jain, adding, New stock to be brought in only after proper checking. "A fresh decision will be taken after 15 days after rechecking the new Maggi stocks in government labs," added Jain. The city government had on Tuesday decided to initiate a case against Nestle India after lab testing of Maggi samples, lifted from various parts of the city, was found to have lead exceeding the prescribed limits. According to officials, a total of 13 samples of masala (tastemaker) were lifted by authorities from various areas of the city last week out of which 10 samples were found unsafe. Five samples of masala were also having monosodium glutamate without proper label declaration, which is an offence under the category of misbranding, they said. A number of states including Kerala and Haryana have initiated steps on the Maggi issue. The probe into alleged lapses of food safety standards has already been expanded to test Maggi noodle samples from across the country following detection of monosodium glutamate and lead in excess of the prescribed limit in the noodles. However, Nestle India claimed it has got samples tested in an external laboratory as well as in-house and that the product was found "safe to eat".
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days
Acting tough, Delhi government today banned the sale of popular instant noodles Maggi for 15 days and asked the Indian arm of Swiss manufacturer Nestle to withdraw the existing stock. Announcing the decision, Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain said that a fresh stock of Maggi noodles will be tested following which a decision will be taken.He also said government will carry out lab testing of all other noodles brands available in the city and will take action based on the reports. "Government has put a ban on Maggi noodles for 15 days. We have asked Nestle India to withdraw Maggi stocks within 15 days. We will carry out lab testing of fresh stocks and a decision will be taken accordingly thereafter," Jain said. The decision came nearly two hours after several top Nestle India officials explained to him their position on the issue. Jain said government will file a case against Nestle India in court as per provisions of the Food Adulteration Act and will "not compromise" on issues relating to health safety. Yesterday, the Delhi government had said that it found samples of Maggi noodles "unsafe" for consumption as it contained lead beyond the permissible level in Maggi masala (tastemaker). According to officials, a total of 13 samples of masala (tastemaker) were lifted by authorities from various areas of the city last week of which 10 were found unsafe.Five samples of masala were also having monosodium glutamate without proper label declaration which is an offence under the category of misbranding, they said.A number of states including Kerala and Haryana have initiated steps on the Maggi issue. The probe into alleged lapses of food safety standards has already been expanded to test Maggi noodle samples from across the country following detection of monosodium glutamate and lead in excess of the prescribed limit in the noodles.However, Nestle India claimed it has got samples tested in an external laboratory as well as in-house and that the product was found "safe to eat".
We have given Nestle 15 days to replace Maggi stock: Satyendra Jain
Delhi's Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Wednesday said the city government has given Nestle 15 days to replace existing stocks of their noodle brand Maggi after reports surfaced of it containing mono-sodium glutamate and lead beyond permissible limi
Delhi government bans Maggi for 15 days; demands Nestle India to withdraw existing stock
Announcing the decision, Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain said that a fresh stock of Maggi noodles will be tested following which a decision will be taken.
Maggi banned in Delhi for 15 days, Nestle told to recall samples till further tests
NEW DELHI: Acting tough, Delhi government today banned the sale of popular instant noodles Maggi for 15 days and asked the Indian arm of Swiss manufacturer Nestle to withdraw the existing stock. Announcing the decision, Delhi Health Minister Satyender Jain said that a fresh stock of Maggi noodles will be tested following which a decision will be taken. He also said government will carry out lab testing of all other noodles brands available in the city and will take action based on the reports. "Government has put a ban on Maggi noodles for 15 days. We have asked Nestle India to withdraw Maggi stocks within 15 days. We will carry out lab testing of fresh stocks and a decision will be taken accordingly thereafter," Jain said. The decision came nearly two hours after several top Nestle India officials explained to him their position on the issue. Jain said government will file a case against Nestle India in court as per provisions of the Food Adulteration Act and will "not compromise" on issues relating to health safety. Yesterday, the Delhi government had said that it found samples of Maggi noodles "unsafe" for consumption as it contained lead beyond the permissible level in Maggi masala (tastemaker). According to officials, a total of 13 samples of masala (tastemaker) were lifted by authorities from various areas of the city last week of which 10 were found unsafe. Five samples of masala were also having monosodium glutamate without proper label declaration which is an offence under the category of misbranding, they said. A number of states including Kerala and Haryana have initiated steps on the Maggi issue. The probe into alleged lapses of food safety standards has already been expanded to test Maggi noodle samples from across the country following detection of monosodium glutamate and lead in excess of the prescribed limit in the noodles. However, Nestle India claimed it has got samples tested in an external laboratory as well as in-house and that the product was found "safe to eat".
Delhi govt bans sale of Maggi; retail chain pulls out stocks
The Delhi government on Wednesday banned the sale of Maggi noodles and asked manufacturer Nestle India to withdraw all stocks within 15 days.
Delhi Govt Bans Sale of Maggi Noodles, Orders Nestle to Withdraw Stocks
Acting tough, Delhi government today banned the sale of popular instant noodles Maggi for 15 days and asked the Indian arm of Swiss manufacturer Nestle to withdraw the existing stock.
To eat or not? This one infographic tells you which states have found Maggi unsafe
Amid a row over alleged lapses in food safety standards of instant noodles Maggi, the Delhi government on Wednesday announced an immediate ban on the sale of Maggi noodles for fifteen days and has asked parent company Nestle, which manufactures the snack, to recall current stocks from the capital in that time and make available new stock, which will be allowed on shelves only after proper checks. The post To eat or not? This one infographic tells you which states have found Maggi unsafe appeared first on Firstpost .
Trouble mounts for Maggi: Delhi govt bans sale for 15 days
Delhi government on Wednesday banned sales of Maggi noodles, the brand from Swiss foods major Nestle, from its stores after it found lead and monosodium glutamate in the eatable beyond permissible limit.
Maggi row: Delhi Health Minister meets Nestle officials
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain met a number of officials of Nestle India and discussed finding of lead beyond the permissible level in Maggi masala (tastemaker). Delhi government had yesterday decided to initiate a case against Nestle India after lab testing of Maggi samples, lifted from various parts of the city, was found to have lead exceeding the prescribed limits. According to officials, a total of 13 samples of masala (tastemaker) were lifted by authorities from various areas of the city last week out of which 10 samples were found unsafe. Five samples of masala were also having monosodium glutamate without proper label declaration which is an offence under the category of misbranding, they said. A number of states including Kerala and Haryana have initiated steps on the Maggi issue. The probe into alleged lapses of food safety standards has already been expanded to test Maggi noodle samples from across the country following detection of monosodium glutamate and lead in excess of the prescribed limit in the noodles. However, Nestle India claimed it has got samples tested in an external laboratory as well as in-house and that the product was found 'safe to eat'. Latest News from State News Desk
Kerala government bans distribution of Maggi; Delhi says noodle unsafe
New Delhi: Kerala government today ordered pullout of Maggi noodles from its retail outlets while samples of the product in Haryana were lifted for testing even as a Bihar court ordered that an FIR be filed against its brand ambassadors Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit and Preity Zinta.In m....
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Well-prepared to tackle monsoon deficit: Government (Roundup)

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New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) A day after a 12 percent deficit in monsoon rains this season was officially predicted, the government on Wednesday said it was well-prepared to tackle the situation with...
Well-prepared to tackle monsoon deficit: Government (Roundup)
A day after a 12 percent deficit in monsoon rains this season was officially predicted, the government on Wednesday said it was well-prepared to tackle the situation with contingency plans for 580 districts.
Govt announces steps to help farmers from poor rains
Govt announces steps to help farmers from poor rainsSingh said the government is ready with contingency plans for 580 districts and is in touch with state governments and agriculture research bodies to tackle the situation.
Well-prepared to tackle monsoon deficit: Government
A day after a 12 percent deficit in monsoon rains this season was officially predicted, the government on Wednesday said it was well-prepared to tackle the situation with contingency plans for 580 districts."If there are poor rains, in agriculture sector, there would obviously be some losses," Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said at a...
Govt ready with steps to tackle deficient monsoon: Agriculture Minister
New Delhi, Jun 3: Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh today exuded confidence over tackling deficient monsoon, minimising production losses and its possible impact on overall economy. He also said that the government is working on bringing a new crop insurance
Govt Ready With Steps to Tackle Deficient Monsoon: Min
Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh today exuded confidence over tackling deficient monsoon, minimising production losses and its possible impact on overall economy.
Govt ready with steps to tackle deficient monsoon: Agri Min
Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh on Wednesday exuded confidence over tackling deficient monsoon, minimising production losses and its possible impact on overall economy.
Centre committed to minimize impact of natural disasters on farmers: Radha Mohan Singh
Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh has said that the Centre is committed to minimising the impact of natural disasters on farmers, adding that government's tackling of the shortfall in last year's monsoon reflected this determination.
Govt allays fears, says has contingency plan to deal with deficient rains
The government has sufficient buffer stock of wheat and rice to deal with any shortages The post Govt allays fears, says has contingency plan to deal with deficient rains appeared first on Firstpost .
Govt determined to minimize impact of natural disasters on farmers: Agriculture Minister
Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh has said that the Government is determined to minimize the impact of natural disasters on farmers.Addressing media on the completion of one year of NDA government, Mr Singh said government's tackling of the shortfall in last year's monsoon reflects this determination.
Govt has plans to deal with deficient rainfall
The government has sufficient buffer stock of wheat and rice to deal with any shortages
Contingency plan to deal with poor monsoon ready: Govt
The government is ready with contingency plans in 580 districts to deal with poor monsoon, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said on Tuesday.
Ready with contingency plan to deal with poor monsoon, assures Centre
"We started preparing contingency plans for 580 districts from April onwards. We are ready to face the situation and we will overcome with the help of states," Singh told reporters when asked about the his ministry's preparedness in view of forecast of deficient monsoon.
Top Economy news of the day- June 3, 2015
With the forecast of monsoon rainfalls revised downwards, the Ministry of Agriculture has directed states to be ready with contingency plan and start preparations for short duration crops this kharif season.
Govt ready with contingency plan to deal with poor monsoon: Agriculture Minister
The government is ready with contingency plans in 580 districts to deal with poor monsoon, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said on Tuesday.
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US Secretary of Defence calls on PM Modi

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met the US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter. The Prime Minister mentioned that the two Summit meetings between him and the US President Barack Obama over...
US defence secretary meets PM, Parrikar, Sushma
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ahead of signing of a new defence framework agreement.
US Defence Secy calls on PM Modi
The visiting US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter today called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New Delhi.During the meeting, the Prime Minister mentioned that the two Summit meetings between him and the US President Barack Obama over the past year have provided new energy and momentum to the bilateral relations.
US Defence Secretary Ash Carter meets PM Modi
US Defence Secretary Ash Carter meets PM ModiUS Defence Secretary Ashton Carter, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ahead of signing of a new defence framework agreement.
US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter calls on PM
US Secretary of Defence Ashton Carter calls on PM
US defence secretary meets PM, Parrikar, Sushma
New Delhi, June 3: US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ahead of signing of a new defence framework agreement.Carter earlier met Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, with whom
US defence secretary meets PM, Parrikar, Sushma
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ahead of signing of a new defence framework agreement.
US defence secretary meets PM, Parrikar, Sushma
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter, who is on a three-day visit to India, on Wednesday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, ahead of signing of a new defence framework agreement.Carter earlier met Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar, with whom he will sign the agreement that will strengthen India-US defence relations.He also met External Affairs...
U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter In India, To Meet PM Modi
Leading a high-level delegation, US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter arrived in Visakhapatnam on Tuesday on a three-day visit to India.
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter meets Manohar Parikkar
On a three-day visit to India, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter on Wednesday met Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar.
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter meets Indian counterpart Manohar Parrikar
On a three-day visit to India, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter on Wednesday met Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar. The post US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter meets Indian counterpart Manohar Parrikar appeared first on Firstpost .
US defence secretary pays tribute at Amar Jawan Jyoti
India and US is expected to sign a new 10-year defence framework, which was decided during the visit of US President Barack Obama in Delhi in January.
Japan on Agenda as US Defence Secretary Meets Union Minister Manohar Parrikar Today
Japan will be high on the agenda of visiting US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter who will meet his Indian counterpart Manohar Parrikar this evening in New Delhi.
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter on three-day visit
Visakhapatnam: American Defence Secretary Ashton Carter today started his three-day visit to the country during which India and US will sign the 10-year defence framework agreement that will steer bilateral ties in the crucial sector.The agreement, decided during the visi..
India, US to sign 10-year defence framework pact today
India and the US will sign the 2015 US-India Defense Framework Agreement on Wednesday. The 10-year agreement will include maritime security cooperation, joint military exercises and defence technology development.
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Tytler got clean chit after meeting Manmohan Singh: Abhishek Verma

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Abhishek Verma has deposed before the CBI that Tytler had told him in 2008 that he had met the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh after which he got a clean chit.
Tytler got clean chit after meeting Manmohan Singh: Abhishek Verma
Arms dealer Abhishek Verma has deposed before the CBI that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler had told him in 2008 that he had met the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh after which he got a clean chit over his alleged role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case.
Tytler got clean chit after meeting Manmohan Singh: Verma
Arms dealer Abhishek Verma has deposed before the CBI that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler had told him in 2008 that he had met the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh after which he got a clean chit over his alleged role in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots ...
1984 riots: Court asks CBI to respond on allegations against Tytler
A Delhi Court on Wednesday directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
Court seeks CBI reply on charges against Tytler
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) A court here on Wednesday asked the CBI to file a reply by June 26 on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence witnesses in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against him.
Did Tytler buy witness in anti
A Delhi Court on Wednesday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to reply to allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
1984 riots: Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Tytler
New Delhi: A Delhi Court today directed the CBI to reply on allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate S P S Laler sought CBI’s response on the statement recorded by the […] The post 1984 riots: Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Tytler appeared first on State Times .
1984 riots: Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Jagdish Tytler
New Delhi: A Delhi Court today directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate S P S Laler sought CBI..
Court seeks CBI reply on charges against Tytler
A court here on Wednesday asked the CBI to file a reply by June 26 on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence witnesses in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case against him.Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Saurabh Pratap Singh Laler gave the direction while hearing arguments on a closure report that gave a clean chit...
1984 anti Sikh riots: Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Jagdish Tytler
New Delhi, Jun 3: A Delhi Court today directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
1984 riots: Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Jagdish Tytler
The court, which was hearing arguments on CBI's closure report filed in the case against Tytler, has now fixed the matter for June 26.
Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Congress' Jagdish Tytler in 1984 riots case
A Delhi Court directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. The post Court asks CBI to reply on allegations against Congress’ Jagdish Tytler in 1984 riots case appeared first on Firstpost .
1984 Anti-Sikh Riots: Court Asks CBI to Reply on Allegations Against Tytler
A Delhi Court today directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.
1984 riots: Court seeks CBI reply on Tytler allegedly trying to influence witness
A Delhi Court today directed CBI to reply on the allegations that Congress leader Jagdish Tytler tried to influence a witness in a 1984 anti Sikh riots case in which the agency has filed a closure report.The court sought CBI's response on the statement recorded by the agency of jailed businessman Abhishek Verma during its further investigation in the riots case.
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SC stays pre-medical entrance test results till June 9

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The Supreme Court, observing the credibility of the All India Pre-Medical Entrance Test (AIPMT) was in question, on Wednesday asked the CBSE not to declare the results till June 9 as Haryana Police...
Supreme Court asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Central Board of Secondary Education not to announce the results of the All India Pre-Medical Test before June 10, when it will take a call on whether the test should be conducted again, given the allegations of a question paper leak.
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the CBSE not to declare results of the All India Pre-Medical Test till June 10, when the court may take a call on pleas seeking re-conduct of the test following alleged irregularities in the May 3 examination.
Supreme Court asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
SC asked CBSE not to declare results of All India Pre-Medical Test till June 10, when court may take call on pleas seeking re-conduct of test.
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
New Delhi, Jun 3: Announcement of results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), which was marred by paper leak, was put off till June 10 by the Supreme Court today, prolonging the anxiety of over 6 lakh students on whether
Supreme Court asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
Announcement of results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), which was marred by paper leak, was put off till June 10 by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, prolonging the anxiety of over 6 lakh students on whether the exam would be held afresh.
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
Announcement of results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), which was marred by paper leak, was put off till June 10 by the Supreme Court today, prolonging the anxiety of over 6 lakh students on whether the exam would be held afresh. The ...
Supreme Court asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
New Delhi: The Supreme Court today asked the CBSE not to declare results of the All India Pre-Medical Test till June 10, when the court may take a call on pleas seeking re-conduct of the test following alleged irregularities in the May 3 examination.A vacation bench of justices Prafulla C Pant and A....
SC Asks CBSE Not to Declare AIPMT Results Till June 10
Announcement of results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), which was marred by paper leak, was put off till June 10 by the Supreme Court today, prolonging the anxiety of over 6 lakh students on whether the exam would be held afresh.
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) not to declare the results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) till June 10.
SC asks CBSE not to declare AIPMT results till June 10
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) not to declare the results of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) till June 10. The apex court also granted one week's time to the Haryana Police to ascertai
SC restrains CBSE from declaring pre-medical test results on June 5
The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the CBSE to hold back the declaration of All India PreMedical Test AIPMT results 2015 till June 10
SC stays pre-medical entrance test results
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the CBSE not to declare the Pre-Medical Entrance Test (PMET) results till June 9 as Haryana Police was probing the leak of the May 4 examination paper. An apex court vacation bench comprising Justice Prafulla C. Pant and Justice Amitava Roy said it would decide whether or not to re-conduct the exam after receiving the police report. The Central Board of Secondary Education was to declare the results on June 5.
SC stays pre-medical entrance test results
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the CBSE not to declare the Pre-Medical Entrance Test (PMET) results till June 9 as Haryana Police was probing the leak of the May 4 examination paper.
Supreme Court Stays Result of CBSE's Medical Entrance Exam
The Supreme Court has stayed the declaration of the results of the All-India Pre-Medical Test for admission to the MBBS course, which had been marred by a paper leak.
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IAF plane crashes in Odisha; pilots injured

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Earlier on May 8, a MiG 27 aircraft had crashed near Alipurduar town in West Bengal following a technical problem
AJT Hawk crashes after taking off from Kalaikunda
An AJT Hawk of the Indian Air Force that took off from Air Force Station Kalaikunda in West Midnapore on Wednesday afternoon crashed near Baharagora, close to the West Bengal - Odisha border.
IAF trainer jet crashes in Jharkhand
New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) A Hawk Advance Jet Trainer of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Jharkhand on Wednesday, an official said, adding that both pilots ejected safely.
IAF trainer jet crashes in Bengal, pilots safe
A Hawk trainer which is an advanced jet training aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed on Wednesdat at 1:28pm at a spot about 50 km away from Kalaikunda airbase in West Midnapore district.
Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha; pilots injured
The advanced jet trainer aircraft crashed after flying for about 50 km from the Kalaikunda Air Base on a routine sortie, Air Force officials said.The reason behind the crash is yet to be known and a Court of Inquiry has been ordered by the Air Force, they said. Odisha DGP Sanjeev Marik told PTI over phone, "We have got information that one aircraft crashed in a paddy field in a village under Bisoi Police Station area." Asit Panigrahi, Inspector General (DIG), northen range, said, "The accident took place between 1.20 PM and 1.30 PM. There is a logo of the Air Force in the aircraft." He said the fire on the aircraft has been contained. Additional District Magistrate Surath Mullick said two pilots had been traced to a place about two to three km away from the accident site. Both were found injured. Both the pilots have been admitted to the district sadar hospital, he said.A chopper from the Kalaikunda airbase has reached the accident spot, an official said. Earlier on May 8, a MiG 27 aircraft had crashed near Alipurduar town in West Bengal following a technical problem. Latest News from State News Desk
Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha; pilots injured
An advanced jet trainer aircraft of the Air Force crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi in Mayurbhanj district on Wednesday, leaving two pilots injured.
IAF Hawk jet trainer aircraft crashes in Jharkhand
A Hawk Advance Jet Trainer of the Indian Air Force crashed in Jharkhand on Wednesday, an official said, adding that both pilots ejected safely.
Indian Air Force fighter plane crashes in Odisha
Baripada: An advanced jet trainer aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) and lsquo;Hawk A-3492 and prime; crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi near Bisoi-Karanjia road unde...
IAF's trainer jet crashes in Odisha
An advanced trainer jet of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Odisha's Mayurbhanj district on Wednesday. Both the pilots flying the hawk jet trainer A3492 are reportedly safe. Further details are awaited. (ANI)
Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha; pilots injured
An advanced jet trainer aircraft of the Air Force crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi in Mayurbhanj district today, leaving two pilots injured. The two pilots ejected themselves out of the aircraft before it crashed, an official said, adding one of the injured pilots has been identified as Sachin. The advanced jet trainer aircraft crashed after flying for about 50 km from the Kalaikunda Air Base on a routine sortie, Air Force officials said. The reason behind the crash is yet to be known and a Court of Inquiry has been ordered by the Air Force, they said. Odisha DGP Sanjeev Marik told PTI over phone, "We have got information that one aircraft crashed in a paddy field in a village under Bisoi Police Station area." Asit Panigrahi, Inspector General (DIG), northen range, said, "The accident took place between 1.20 PM and 1.30 PM. There is a logo of the Air Force in the aircraft." He said the fire on the aircraft has been contained. Additional District Magistrate Surath Mullick said two pilots had been traced to a place about two to three km away from the accident site. Both were found injured. Both the pilots have been admitted to the district sadar hospital, he said. A chopper from the Kalaikunda airbase has reached the accident spot, an official said. Earlier on May 8, a MiG 27 aircraft had crashed near Alipurduar town in West Bengal following a technical problem.
Air Force Aircraft Crashes in Odisha, Both Pilots Injured
An advanced jet trainer aircraft of the Air Force crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi in Mayurbhanj district today, leaving two pilots injured.
Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha, pilots injured
An advanced jet trainer aircraft of the Air Force crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi in Mayurbhanj district on Wednesday, leaving two pilots injured.
Air Force Fighter Jet Crashes in Odisha, Pilots Eject Safely
MAYURBHANJ: An Air Force fighter plane A3 492 has crashed in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha.The pilots ejected safely before the crash, say sources.No casualties have been reported so far.More details are awaited.Read More : http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/air-force-fighter-jet-crashes-in-odishas-mayurbhanj-district-pilots-eject-safely-768339
IAF trainer jet crashes in Jharkhand
A Hawk Advance Jet Trainer of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed in Jharkhand on Wednesday, an official said, adding that both pilots ejected safely.The crash took place around 1.30 p.m. near Baharagora, a small town in the south-east corner of Jharkhand, around 50 km west of Kalaikunda air base in West Bengal.A court of inquiry has been ordered...
Air Force Fighter Jet Crashes in Odisha, Pilots Injured
Two Indian Air Force pilots were injured today after an advanced jet trainer aircraft crashed in a paddy field at Kudarsahi in Mayurbhanj district.
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Indian-American Sunil Gulati could be in race to become new Fifa chief

Hindustan Times 1 hour 2 minutes ago

IndianAmerican Sunil Gulati who is currently serving a record third term as president of the US Soccer Federation could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new Fifa chief
Allahabad-born US football president Sunil Gulati could be in race for new Fifa chief
Washington: Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as president of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new Fifa chief.Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, who has played a key role in the development of....
Indian-American could be in race for new FIFA chief
Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, who has played a key role in the development of soccer in the United States in the past few decades, could be a potentially strong contender to replace Blatter, should the US have an interest in the position of FIFA chief. "Gulati, 55, will be considered a candidate to replace Blatter should the American have interest in the position," NBC Sports said. Blatter was re-elected only four days ago bu resigned after a corruption scandal implicated some top FIFA officials. In a statement, Gulati welcomed the resignation of Blatter as president of FIFA, which has been rocked by a major corruption scandal, resulting in arrest of more than 10 top football officials both in the US and Zurich. "I commend him for making a decision that puts FIFA and the sport we love above all other interests. This is the first of many steps towards real and meaningful reform within FIFA. Today is an occasion for optimism and belief for everyone who shares a passion for our game," Gulati said in a statement. In the elections for FIFA president, Gulati had backed Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein. Gulati and US have been opposed to Blatter. Detroit Free Press Journal said, Gulati is in a strong position to gain support within the CONCACAF confederation that governs soccer in America and the Caribbean. A native of Allahabad, Gulati has played a role in the development of US Soccer since the early 1980's and has been intimately involved in the rise of the US team to prominence. He served as US Soccer's Executive Vice President from 2000 to 2006 before stepping into his role as President. Latest News from Sports News Desk
Indian-American Could Be In Race For New FIFA Chief
ndian-American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the U.S. Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief.
Indian-American could be in race for new FIFA chief
Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief. Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, who has played a key role in the development of soccer in the United […]
Indian-American could be in race for new FIFA chief
Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief.
US Soccer chief Sunil Gulati could be in race for new FIFA president
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Indian-American could become FIFA President
Washington, June 3: Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief. Full Text: What did
Allahabad-born Sunil Gulati in race for FIFA presidency bid
Sunil Gulati, a native of Allahabad, has played a major role in the development of US Soccer since the early 1980's and has been intimately involved in the rise of the US football team to prominence.
Allahabad-Born US Football Chief May be in Race for FIFA President's Post
President of US Soccer Federation Sunil Gulati is being seen as one of the potential candidates to replace Sepp Blatter who resigned after heading FIFA for 17 years.
Indian-American Sunil Gulati could be in race for new FIFA chief
Sepp Blatter was re-elected only four days ago but resigned after a corruption scandal led to the arrest of more than 10 top FIFA officials.
Allahabad born NRI Sunil Gulati in race for FIFA Presidency bid
Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, who has played a key role in the development of soccer in the United States in the past few decades, could be a potentially strong contender to replace Blatter, should the US have an interest in the position of FIFA chief.
Indian-American could be in race for new FIFA chief
Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief. Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, ...
Indian-American could be in race for new FIFA chief
Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief. Various US media outlets said Allahabad-born Gulati, 55, who has played a key role in the development of soccer in the United States in the past few decades, could be a potentially strong contender to replace Blatter, should the US have an interest in the position of FIFA chief. "Gulati, 55, will be considered a candidate to replace Blatter should the American have interest in the position," NBC Sports said. Blatter was re-elected only four days ago bu resigned after a corruption scandal implicated some top FIFA officials. In a statement, Gulati welcomed the resignation of Blatter as president of FIFA, which has been rocked by a major corruption scandal, resulting in arrest of more than 10 top football officials both in the US and Zurich. "I commend him for making a decision that puts FIFA and the sport we love above all other interests. This is the first of many steps towards real and meaningful reform within FIFA. Today is an occasion for optimism and belief for everyone who shares a passion for our game," Gulati said in a statement. In the elections for FIFA president, Gulati had backed Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein. Gulati and US have been opposed to Blatter. Detroit Free Press Journal said, Gulati is in a strong position to gain support within the CONCACAF confederation that governs soccer in America and the Caribbean. A native of Allahabad, Gulati has played a role in the development of US Soccer since the early 1980s and has been intimately involved in the rise of the US team to prominence. He served as US Soccers Executive Vice President from 2000 to 2006 before stepping into his role as President.
Indian-American Sunil Gulati Potential Candidate for New FIFA Chief
Indian American Sunil Gulati, who is currently serving a record third term as President of the US Soccer Federation, could be in the race to replace Sepp Blatter as the new FIFA chief.
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PNB cuts fixed deposit rate by 0.25% on select maturities

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Following policy action, several banks, including market leader State Bank of India reduced its base rate or minimum lending rate to 9.70 percent from 9.85 percent effective 8 June. The post PNB...
After RBI's rate cut, banks cut deposit rates
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Reserve Bank of India (RBI) warned on future rate cuts, after reducing the repo rate by 25 basis points to 7.25 percent.
PNB cuts fixed deposit rate by 0.25% on select maturities
NEW DELHI: State-owned Punjab National Bank (PNB) today slashed interest rate on fixed deposits by 0.25 per cent on select maturities, a move which could be seen as precursor to a cut in lending rate. The reduction will be effective from June 8, PNB said in a statement. The decision to cut interest rate on fixed deposits comes a day after RBI reduced key policy rate. As part of its second bi-monthly monetary policy review, RBI cut the repo rate (short-term lending rate) from 7.5 per cent to 7.25, but left other policy tools like cash reserve ratio unchanged at 4 per cent and Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) at 21.5 per cent. Following policy action, several banks, including market leader State Bank of India reduced its base rate or minimum lending rate to 9.70 per cent from 9.85 per cent effective June 8. Another state-owned Allahabad Bank cut base rate 0.30 per cent to 9.95 per cent, while Dena Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank reduced their base rate by and 0.25 per cent each. Dena Bank and Punjab & Sind Bank lowered their base rate to 10 per cent. With the reduction, all loans linked to the base rate will come down proportionately. IDBI Bank, however, has reduced bulk deposit rate, a move which is a precursor to a cut in lending rate. Other banks are likely to follow suit in the next few days.
Your home loan EMIs are set to fall
Equated monthly installments on home and auto loans are likely to come down after State Bank of India announced a 15-basis point reduction in base rate on Tuesday
India Inc welcomes RBI rate cut, expects more in future
In the monetary policy review on Tuesday, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan revised the repo rate to 7.25 per cent and reverse repo rate to 6.25 per cent.
Borrowing cost comes down
A flurry of base rate cuts by banks followed RBI governor Raghuram Rajan's widely expected announcement of a reduction of 25 basis points in the repo rate today, bringing relief to many home and car loan borrowers.
SBI, 3 others cut rate; EMIs to come down
In a big relief to home and auto loan borrowers, several banks led by market leader SBI today slashed lending rates by up to 0.3 per cent after RBI cut key policy rate. State Bank of India (SBI) reduced its base rate or minimum lending rate to 9.70 per cent from 9.85 per cent effective June 8. This is the second rate cut by SBI in about two months. While the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has cut its lending rates by 75 basis points (0.75 percentage point) in three installments since January, the SBI has done so by 30 bps (0.30 percentage point) in two tranches. Meanwhile, another state-owned lender Allahabad Bank cut base rate 0.30 per cent while Dena Bank, Punjab & Sind Bank reduced their base rate by and 0.25 per cent each. The base rate has been be reduced to 9.95 per cent from 10.25 per cent, effective June 8, Allahabad Bank said in a filing to the BSE. At the same time, Dena Bank and Punjab & Sind Bank lowered their base rate by 0.25 per cent to 10 per cent. With the reduction, all loans linked to the base rate will come down proportionately. IDBI Bank, however, has reduced bulk deposit rate, a move which is a precursor to a cut in lending rate. Other banks are likely to follow suit in the next few days. As part of its second bi-monthly monetary policy review today, RBI cut the repo rate (short-term lending rate) from 7.5 per cent to 7.25, but left all other policy tools like cash reserve requirement unchanged at 4 per cent and Statutory Liquidity Ratio (SLR) at 21.5 per cent. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today also urged banks to pass through the sequence of rate cuts into lending rates. Despite two repo rate cuts by RBI, very few banks have passed on the benefits to customers.
SBI slashes base rate by 0.15% to 9.70 per cent
Mumbai:-The nation’s largest lender State Bank of India today reduced its base rate by 15 basis points after the RBI cut repo rate by 25 basis points. SBI reduced its base rate or minimum lending rate to 9.70 per cent from 9.85 per cent effective June 8. While the Reserve Bank has cut its lending […] The post SBI slashes base rate by 0.15% to 9.70 per cent appeared first on State Times .
SBI Slashes Base Rate by 0.15% to 9.70%
The nation's largest lender State Bank of India today reduced its base rate by 15 basis points after the RBI cut repo rate by 25 basis points.
SBI to cut base lending rate by 15 bps
State Bank of India (SBI), the nation's top lender by assets, said on Tuesday it will cut its base lending rate by 15 basis points to 9.7 percent, effective June 8. The reduction follows a 25 basis point cut in the repo rate by the Reserve Bank of India on Tuesday, its third monetary easing this year. SBI had previously cut the base lending rate by 15 bps on April 7.
RBI effect: SBI, 3 others slash rate, realty firms say repo cut may spur housing demand
The nations largest lender State Bank of India reduced its base rate by 15 basis points on Tuesday after the RBI cut repo rate by 25 basis points After the RBI decision realty firms and consultants said the cut is likely to reduce borrowing cost for both home buyers as well as developers leading to increase in housing demand
Allahabad Bank cuts lending rate by 0.3%
First off the blocks, state-owned Allahabad Bank on Tuesday cut its base rate or minimum lending rate by 0.3 per cent within hours of RBI lowering key policy rate for the third time this year.
Monetary policy impact: SBI slashes base rate by 0.15 percent to 9.70 percent
While the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has cut its lending rates by 75 basis points (0.75 percentage point) in three instalments, the SBI has done so by 30 bps (0.30 percentage point) in two tranches. "The bank has decided to cut base rate by 0.15 per cent to 9.70 per cent effective June 8," the bank said.After the last policy meet on April 7 also, SBI took other banks by surprise when it cut base rate by 15 bps to 9.85 per cent. The Reserve Bank today reduced policy rate by 25 bps to 7.25 per cent from 7.50 per cent. RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan today also urged banks to pass through the sequence of rate cuts into lending rates. Despite two repo rate cuts by RBI, very few banks have passed on the benefits to customers. Welcoming the "timely repo rate cut" by the Reserve Bank, SBI chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya said she "anticipates the rate cut will transmit through the banking system sooner than later". She also said "with monsoon forecast going a little awry and the RBI upping its inflation projections for March 2016, the government should now push for more public infrastructure spends that would support growth in the near term and create more jobs." Meanwhile, mid-sized state-owned Allahabad Bank also cut its base rate by 0.3 per cent. The base rate has been reduced to 9.95 per cent from 10.25 per cent, effective June 8, the bank said in an exchange filing. Latest News from Business News Desk
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Kashmir is unfinished agenda of partition: Gen Raheel

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Islamabad: In one of his strongest remarks on Kashmir, army chief General Raheel Sharif today said it is an “unfinished agenda” of the partition in 1947 and Pakistan and Kashmir are...
Kashmir an unfinished agenda of partition: Pak army chief
Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif on Wednesday described Kashmir as an "unfinished agenda of partition"
Wrong notions won't make a difference: VK Singh
Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif has said parititon in 1947 is an "unfinished agenda" and the country and Kashmir are "inseparable".
Kashmir is 'unfinished agenda' of partition: Gen Raheel
In remarks that can cause concerns in India, Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif today said it is an "unfinished agenda" of the partition in 1947 and Pakistan and Kashmir are "inseparable". Addressing cadets at the National Defence University ...
Kashmir unfinished agenda of partition: Pakistan army chief
Islamabad, June 3 (IANS) Pakistan and Kashmir are inseparable, and Kashmir is "an unfinished agenda of partition", Army Chief Gen. Raheel Sharif said on Wednesday. "While we wish for peace and stability in the region, we want Kashmir's just re
Wrong Notions Won't Make a Difference: V K Singh on Pak General's Comment
Union Minister V K Singh today hit back at Pakistan saying it can keep harbouring "wrong notions" but that would not make any difference to the actual condition, after its army chief termed Kashmir as an unfinished agenda of partition (rpt Kashmir as an unfinished agenda of partition), and Pakistan and Kashmir as "inseparable".
Kashmir is unfinished agenda of partition: General Raheel
Islamabad: In one his strongest remarks on Kashmir, army chief General Raheel Sharif today said it is an “unfinished agenda” of the partition in 1947 and Pakistan and Kashmir are “inseparable”. Addressing cadets at the National Defence University (NDU) here, Raheel said, “Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of partition. Pakistan and Kashmir are inseparable.” He […] The post Kashmir is unfinished agenda of partition: General Raheel appeared first on State Times .
Kashmir 'Unfinished Agenda of Partition,' Says Pakistan Army Chief Raheel Sharif
Pakistan and Kashmir are inseparable, and Kashmir is "an unfinished agenda of partition", Army Chief General Raheel Sharif said on Wednesday.
Kashmir unfinished agenda of Partition, says Pak Army chief Raheel Sharif
New Delhi. June 3: Pakistani Army chief Raheel Sharif on Wednesday said that Kashmir is an unfinished agenda of Partition and the Kashmir problem should be resolved according to the United Nations resolutions.Sharif, who took over as the chief of the
Kashmir unfinished agenda of partition: Pakistan army chief
Pakistan and Kashmir are inseparable, and Kashmir is "an unfinished agenda of partition", Army Chief Gen. Raheel Sharif said on Wednesday."While we wish for peace and stability in the region, we want Kashmir's just resolution in the light of UN resolutions and as per the aspirations of the Kashmiri people," Sharif told a conference at the...
Kashmir is 'an unfinished agenda of Pakistan', says Pakistan Army Chief Raheel Sharif
Pakistan Army Chief was speaking at the National Defense University (NDU) in Islamabad.
Kashmir is 'unfinished agenda of partition': Pak Army Chief Raheel Sharif
Pakistan's powerful Army Chief GenRaheelSharif raised the Kashmir bogey once again on Wednesday and said that it was an unfinished agenda of partition.
Kashmir an unfinished agenda of partition: Pak army chief
'Contours of future wars are fast changing. Our enemies are supporting terrorism to stoke sub-conventional conflicts and destabilise our country,' he said, while speaking at National Defence University in Islamabad.
Pakistan Army chief Raheel Sharif says 'Kashmir is unfinished agenda of partition'
Pakistan Army chief Raheel Sharif on Wednesday described the Kashmir issue as an unfinished agenda of partition and claimed Kashmir and Pakistan are inseparable the latest in a string of comments by the countrys civil and military leadership against India
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Make in India lion logo not inspired by Swiss bank ad: Govt

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One of the most famous 'Make in India' logos comprises a lion with industrial wheels, while a similar picture has been noticed in the advertisement campaign of Cantonal Bank of Zurich.
DIPP secretary Amitabh Kant counters plagiarism charges against Make in India symbol
The report said the campaign for the Cantonal Bank of Zurich was designed by Swiss designer Nadine Geissblher, and was launched on July 4, 2013.
Make in India lion logo not inspired by Swiss bank ad: Govt
The government today sought to dismiss reports that the Make in India logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in Switzerlands ad campaign. One of the most famous Make in India logos comprises a lion with industrial wheels, while a similar picture has been noticed in the advertisement campaign of Cantonal Bank of Zurich. Soon after a news website reported about this resemblance, after spotting the Swiss banks ad campaign on the outer body of a train in Zurich, social media went abuzz with comments that the Make in India logo was copied from Switzerland. Seeking to dispel such suggestions, Secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) Amitabh Kant posted pictures of all 30 Make in India logos on Twitter and said all of these had "vibrant and dynamic" lions and none of them resembled the "dull, boring and monotonous Swiss or Cuban Lions". He further tweeted that "wheel in Ashoka Chakra forms the centerpiece of Indias national flag. "Wheel denotes peaceful progress and dynamism." He also said that "since time immemorial, lion has been the official emblem of India" and it stands for "courage, tenacity and wisdom -- all Indian values". The NewsMinute website, which first reported the resemblance, said that the lion with the wheels behind the sponsored campaign of the Cantonal Bank of Zurich in Switzerland was launched on July 4, 2013. The Make in India logo was launched on September 25, 2014.
Make in India logo copied from Swiss bank ad? Govt says no
New Delhi: The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the ‘Make in India’ logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a “vibrant and dynamic” lion as against a “dull and boring” picture in Switzerland’s ad campaign. One of the most famous ‘Make in India’ logos comprises a lion […] The post Make in India logo copied from Swiss bank ad? Govt says no appeared first on State Times .
Make in India logo not inspired by ad: Govt
One of the most famous Make in India logos comprises of a lion with industrial wheels, while a similar picture has been noticed in the advertisement campaign of Cantonal Bank of Zurich.
Make in India logo copied from Swiss bank ad? Govt says no
New Delhi: The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in Switzerland....
Govt denies 'Make in India' lion logo inspired by Swiss bank ad
The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the Make in India logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement saying the symbol has a vibrant and dynamic lion as against a dull and boring picture in Switzerlands ad campaignnbsp
'Make in India logo not inspired by Swiss bank ad'
Soon after a news website reported this resemblance, after spotting the Swiss bank's ad campaign on the outer body of a train in Zurich
Make in India Lion Logo Not Inspired by Swiss Bank Advertisement, Says Government
The government on Tuesday sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and ...
Government dismisses reports saying 'Make in India' lion logo was inspired by Swiss bank ad
'Make in India' logos comprises a lion with industrial wheels, while a similar picture has been noticed in the advertisement campaign of Cantonal Bank of Zurich.
Make in India lion logo wasn't inspired by Swiss bank ad: Govt
DIPP secretary posts pictures of logo variants on Twitter seeking to dispel notion ad was copied
Make in India lion logo not inspired by Swiss bank ad: Govt
New Delhi, June 2: The government today sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in
Govt dismisses claims alleging 'Make In India' logo inspired by Swiss bank ad
Seeking to dispel such suggestions, Secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) Amitabh Kant posted pictures of all 30 Make in India logos on Twitter and said all of these had "vibrant and dynamic" lions and none of them resembled the "dull, boring and monotonous Swiss or Cuban Lions".
Make in India Lion Logo Not Inspired by Swiss Bank Ad: Govt
The government today sought to dismiss reports that the 'Make in India' logo was inspired by a Swiss bank advertisement, saying the symbol has a "vibrant and dynamic" lion as against a "dull and boring" picture in Switzerland's ad campaign.
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Divers comb capsized China ship, hopes fade for survivors

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Rescuers searched a sunken cruise ship in the Yangtze River on Wednesday for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly, but hopes of finding more survivors were fading in what could be...
Divers Comb Capsized China Ship, Hopes Fade for Survivors
Rescuers searched a sunken cruise ship in the Yangtze River today for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly, but hopes of finding more survivors were fading in what could be China's worst...
420 people still missing in boat disaster in China
Divers battled strong currents and submerged debris to bring out bodies from the upturned hull of a Chinese cruise liner Wednesday as hopes dimmed of finding more survivors two days after the ship capsized with 456 people on board
Chinese authorities still hope to find survivors from capsized ship
Chinese authorities were on Wednesday still hopeful of finding survivors from a passenger ship that capsized on Monday night in the Yangtze river, Efe news agency reported.
Chinese authorities still hope to find survivors from capsized ship
Chinese authorities were on Wednesday still hopeful of finding survivors from a passenger ship that capsized on Monday night in the Yangtze river, Efe news agency reported.Rescue works were in full swing to locate the more than 400 missing passengers from among the 456 people on board the ship that capsized in the turbulent river during a...
Cruise ship mishap in China: Hope fades for families of missing passengers
Hope fades for the relatives of over 400 people who remained missing on Wednesday after a cruise ship capsized in the Yangtze River.
China ship tragedy: Rescue team struggle to find survivors
Beijing, June 3: Rescue team deployed to search bodies after a cruise ship capsized in China's Yangtze river, facing difficulties to find survivors. A cruise ship carrying more than 450 people on board capsized in Yangtze river on Monday, CNN
China says small tornado hit area where ship sank
A small and fast-moving tornado hit the area where a Chinese cruise ship capsized leaving more than 400 missing, weather officials said, possibly shedding light on the disaster`s cause.
China ship capsize: 7 dead, 430 still missing
Beijing: Seven people were confirmed dead and at least 430 remained missing today, following the capsizing of a cruise ship in Asia’s longest river Yangtze in central China as more than 4,000 rescue workers race against time to find survivors amid rough weather conditions..
China Ship Capsize: Seven Dead, 430 Still Missing
Seven people were confirmed dead and at least 430 remained missing today, following the capsizing of a cruise ship in Asia's longest river Yangtze in central China as more than 4,000 rescue workers race against time to find survivors amid rough weather conditions.
China ship tragedy: Rescuers race against clock to find survivors
Chinese rescuers were working through the night in a desperate race to find survivors from a capsized cruise ship with more than 400 people still missing after the boat sank in a storm on the Yangtze river
Divers comb capsized China ship, death toll jumps to 18
JIANLI, China (Reuters) - Scores of divers searched a capsized ship in the Yangtze River on Wednesday for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly tourists, as the death toll in what could be China's worst shipping disaster in almost 70 years jumped to 18.
Divers comb capsized China ship, Premier Li orders transparent probe| Reuters
JIANLI, China More than 200 divers combed a capsized Chinese ship in the Yangtze River on Wednesday looking for more than 400 missing people, many of them elderly Chinese tourists, as Premier Li Keqiang called for a transparent investigation. Only seven bodies have been recovered so far and 14 people found alive. Among the few rescued was an elderly woman who had been trapped in an air pocket in the ship, which capsized during a freak tornado on Monday night. The post Divers comb capsized China ship, Premier Li orders transparent probe | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost .
Many missing in China capsize
Rescuers searched today for more than 400 people, many of them elderly Chinese tourists, missing after a cruise boat was hit by a freak tornado and capsized on the Yangtze river in what may become China's worst shipping disaster in nearly 70 years.
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