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  1. TVS Motor offers discounts upto Rs 20,150 across models

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 16:10 dailyexcelsior.com
    TVS Motor offers discounts upto Rs 20,150 across models The post TVS Motor offers discounts upto Rs 20,150 across models appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  2. Vaishno Devi Shrine Board to slash helicopter fare from Apr 1

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 16:10 dailyexcelsior.com
    Vaishno Devi Shrine Board to slash helicopter fare from Apr 1 The post Vaishno Devi Shrine Board to slash helicopter fare from Apr 1 appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  3. Daya Materials, Sedania, Yong Tai, Berjaya Corp, Sapura Resources, Crescendo, Sarawak Cable and Yinson

    Theedgemarkets.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:37 theedgemarkets.com
    KUALA LUMPUR (March 30): Based on corporate announcements and news flow today, stocks in focus on Friday (March 31) may include: Daya Materials Bhd, Sedania Innovator Bhd, Yong Tai Bhd, Berjaya Corp Bhd, Sapura Resources Bhd, Crescendo…
  4. Nigeria demands ‘diligent prosecution’ after students attacked

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:33 dailyexcelsior.com
    ABUJA/NEW DELHI: Nigeria has called in the Indian envoy in Abuja to register its protest over attacks on its nationals in India and sought “diligent prosecution” against the perpetrators. Confirming that its envoy B N Reddy had a “meeting” with … The post Nigeria demands ‘diligent prosecution’ after students attacked appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  5. Opp “misleading” people on OBC panel, GST: Modi to BJP MPs

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:33 dailyexcelsior.com
    Opp “misleading” people on OBC panel, GST: Modi to BJP MPs The post Opp “misleading” people on OBC panel, GST: Modi to BJP MPs appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  6. President confers Padma awards

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:33 dailyexcelsior.com
    President confers Padma awards The post President confers Padma awards appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  7. Yamaha launches BS IV compliant bikes, scooters

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:33 dailyexcelsior.com
    Yamaha launches BS IV compliant bikes, scooters The post Yamaha launches BS IV compliant bikes, scooters appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  8. Stamping of hand baggage at airports to end from April 1

    Dailyexcelsior.com - Top Stories 03.30 / 15:33 dailyexcelsior.com
    Stamping of hand baggage at airports to end from April 1 The post Stamping of hand baggage at airports to end from April 1 appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News…
  1. HCL to emerge as trend setter in promoting IT in AP : CBN

    Telugumirchi.com - Politics 03.30 / 16:20 telugumirchi.com
    With the intent of making Andhra Pradesh a technology hub in the world, the government is committed to make this a reality. Today the Andhra Pradesh’s IT sector added a…
  2. Here's why Trinamool broke opposition unity in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday

    Business-standard.com - Politics 03.30 / 16:16 business-standard.com
    Ever since UP polls, TMC's aggression against govt has been replaced by "issue based"…
  3. Canada's bank oversight in crosshairs after mis-selling reports

    Sify.com - Politics 03.30 / 16:13 sify.com
    By Matt Scuffham TORONTO (Reuters) - Scrutiny of Canada's financial oversight sparked by reports of improper sales practices at the nation's top banks shows its watchdogs lack the muscle and the bite to tackle consumer abuses as aggressively as their U.S. and European peers. Canada's banking system avoided failures in the 2007-09 financial crisis and the World Economic Forum consistently ranks it as being among the world's soundest, crediting strong regulations and oversight for the top…
  4. Unions threaten to scupper Linde-Praxair merger

    Sify.com - Politics 03.30 / 16:13 sify.com
    By Georgina Prodhan and Jens Hack FRANKFURT/MUNICH (Reuters) - Linde labour representatives will vote against the German industrial gases group's planned $65 billion merger with U.S. rival Praxair, the head of the German works council told Reuters on Thursday, in a move that could scupper the deal. The merger would entail significant job losses to achieve the promised $1 billion of synergies, with Linde bearing the brunt, while workers would lose their influence on strategy with the…
  5. Government failed to provide right atmosphere for LS by-polls: Omar

    Siasat.com - Politics 03.30 / 16:04 siasat.com
    Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday alleged that the Election Commission and the state government failed to provide a congenial atmosphere for two parliamentary by-polls in the Kashmir Valley. Speaking to media on the sidelines of a poll campaign meeting, Omar said: “It is for the political parties to take…
  6. VN President receives AFP Chairman

    English.vietnamnet.vn - Politics 03.30 / 15:19 english.vietnamnet.vn
    The Vietnamese authorities and press outlets are willing to provide all possible support for AFP to operate in the country, President Tran Dai Quang said during a reception for AFP Chairman and Chief Executive…
  7. Vietnam, South Africa hold second defence policy dialogue

    English.vietnamnet.vn - Politics 03.30 / 15:19 english.vietnamnet.vn
     Vietnam and South Africa held their second Defence Policy Dialogue in Pretoria on March…
  8. U.S. debt to reach 150 percent of GDP in 30 years - CBO

    Sify.com - Politics 03.30 / 15:04 sify.com
    By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. debt held by the public will balloon to 150 percent of economic output by 2047 unless tax and spending laws are changed, the Congressional Budget Office said on Thursday, far exceeding the record level just after World War II. The new projections show steeper 30-year debt growth than last year's long-term forecast by the non-partisan budget analysis agency, and could make it harder for some members of Congress to support a tax reform plan that…
  1. Prominent Kenyan conservationist shot at as herders set fire to lodge

    Thestar.com.my - World 03.30 / 16:21 thestar.com.my
    NAIROBI (Reuters) - One of Kenya's most prominent conservationists said on Thursday she was repeatedly shot at when she ran to her baby as armed men set fire to a lodge near her home in the drought-striken north, where such attacks are becoming increasingly…
  2. Tight Armenian election to pave way for shift in powers

    Thestar.com.my - World 03.30 / 16:21 thestar.com.my
    YEREVAN (Reuters) - Armenia's ruling party goes into an election on Sunday neck-and-neck in the polls with a former coalition partner, making it hard to predict the winner of a vote that will usher in a new parliamentary system of…
  3. Ten more bodies recovered after Bangladeshi ferry sinks, six still missing

    Thestar.com.my - World 03.30 / 16:21 thestar.com.my
    DHAKA (Reuters) - Ten more bodies have been recovered from Bangladesh's Panguchi River, a local official said on Thursday, after a ferry carrying about 80 passengers capsized this…
  4. Former Brazil house speaker Cunha sentenced to 15 years for graft

    Thestar.com.my - World 03.30 / 16:21 thestar.com.my
    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil's former speaker of the lower house, Eduardo Cunha, was found guilty and sentenced to more than 15 years in prison on corruption charges on Thursday, according to the ruling from a federal…
  5. India’s tallest flag torn down four times by strong winds

    Suchtv.pk - World 03.30 / 16:15 suchtv.pk
    India’s tallest flag, hoisted close to the Wagah border, has been replaced four times by authorities after it was repeatedly torn down by gusty winds, The Guardian reported on Thursday. The 360-feet-high flag was hoisted close to the border early March so 'it could be seen from as far away as Lahore'. However, the trust responsible for managing the site is now questioning whether the $539,232 landmark has been too high a price to pay for patriotism, the British publication added. The f…
  6. China willing to push forward all-weather ties with Pakistan: Beijing

    Zeenews.india.com - World 03.30 / 16:13 zeenews.india.com
    China on Thursday said that it is willing to work with Pakistan to push forward their "all-weather" strategic partnership, as it highlighted the significance of its troops' participation in the 'Pakistan Day' parade for the first…
  7. Turkey ends its military campaign in northern Syria

    Apnnews.com - World 03.30 / 15:56 apnnews.com
    Turkey has announced its military campaign inside northern Syria was…
  8. Professor finds Lithuania's 'birth certificate' in German archive

    Thestar.com.my - World 03.30 / 15:48 thestar.com.my
    VILNIUS (Reuters) - A professor said on Thursday he had found a copy of Lithuania's lost declaration of independence languishing in a German archive, an achievement hailed by authorities as the discovery nation's "birth…
  1. Hundreds queue up to benefit from Saudi amnesty

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 15:27 siasat.com
    Jeddah: Hundreds of expats with residency and labour violations thronged passport offices as the Kingdom’s three-month amnesty period for visa violators began. The 90-day amnesty began on Wednesday and during this period, the violators were allowed to leave the Kingdom without paying any fines or facing any penalties, Saudi Gazette reported. Indian Embassy officials in…
  2. Israel Focuses more on China: High Technology and Heavy Investment

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 13:34 moderntokyotimes.com
    Israel Focuses more on China: High Technology and Heavy Investment Boutros Hussein and Lee Jay Walker Modern Tokyo Times The government of Israel under Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is increasingly focused on major Asian powers. Of major significance are China and India but other regional powers like Australia are being targeted. Yet, the flow of…
  3. China and Saudi Arabia Solidify Strategic Partnership Amid Looming Risks

    Moderntokyotimes.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 11:29 moderntokyotimes.com
    China and Saudi Arabia Solidify Strategic Partnership Amid Looming Risks Publication: China Brief Volume: 17 Issue: 3 By: Chris Zambelis The Jamestown Foundation While the wider Middle East remains convulsed by conflict and instability, China’s influence and interests in the region continue to expand in a familiar pattern. As the world’s largest consumer of energy [&#…
  4. Five Al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists plotting to target security agencies killed in Punjab province of Pakistan

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 05:04 siasat.com
    Lahore: Five Al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists, who were plotting to target security agencies and important buildings, were today killed by security forces in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Five Al-Qaeda and Taliban terrorists were killed on Thursday in Punjab province of Pakistan. The terrorists had plans to target security agencies and important buildings in the province. According &…
  5. ‘Fair to Assume’ Russia is supporting Taliban in Afghanistan: U.S. General

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 05:04 siasat.com
    New York [USA]: A top U.S. general has said it’s “fair to assume” that Russia is providing support to the Taliban in Afghanistan. According to a report by Fox News Insider, four-star Gen. Joseph Votel, CENTCOM Commander, told the Congress on Wednesday, “I think it is fair to assume they may be providing some sort…
  6. 12 killed, 3 injured in Texas church bus crash

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 05:04 siasat.com
    New York [USA]: At least 12 people were killed and three others injured in a head-on crash Wednesday between a church bus and pick-up truck in southwest Texas. According to a report in Fox News, Sgt. Conrad Hein of the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed the death toll adding that the collision happened around…
  7. Indians will now get “visa on arrival” in UAE on satisfying these conditions

    Siasat.com - Middle Easte 03.30 / 03:35 siasat.com
    Abu Dhabi: Now, Indian passport holders can get visa on arrival in UAE for 14-days. This decision was taken by UAE Cabinet to strengthen bilateral relations. As per this decision, Indians holding ordinary passport with US visa or green card with minimum six-month validity can get visa on arrival for a period of 14 days…