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25 January 2015, 21:45

Obama backs India's solar goals, seeks support for climate talks

U.S. President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R) smile after … NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama on Sunday offered to help finance India's ambitious solar energy target and sought Prime Minister Narendra ...
Yahoo! India, 14 min(s) ago
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Man feted by Obama wants to return citation over costly edu

A dalit labourer, feted by Barack Obama in Delhi in 2010 for promoting education, now wants to return the souvenir he had received from the US President to draw his attention to the plight of poor parents who cannot even afford primary education for ...
Business Standard, 28 min(s) ago
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Reuters India, 2 hour(s) ago
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Rebels launch "intense" attacks on Ukraine government troops - Kiev military

8:51pm IST KIEV Jan 25 (Reuters) - Pro-Russian rebels launched new attacks against Ukrainian government positions on Sunday, the Kiev army said, as Western countries threatened more sanctions against Moscow for backing a new separatist ...
Reuters India, 49 min(s) ago
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This is a natural global partnership: PM

The success of this partnership is important for our progress and for advancing peace, stability and prosperity around the world., says PM. PM Narendra Modi has given the statement during Joint Press Interaction with President of United States of America ...
India Infoline, 50 min(s) ago
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'RBI may cut rates more; 0.75-1% reduction likely in 2015'

Pic Courtesy: - Davos: With inflation coming under control, Reserve Bank may cut interest rates further by 75-100 basis points in 2015, but challenges may appear in form of strengthening of rupee due to global fund flows, eminent banker Uday Kotak ..., 53 min(s) ago
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Nehwal defends Syed Modi crown

Lucknow: Saina Nehwal staged a scintillating comeback to beat reigning world champion Carolina Marin and retain the women's singles title at the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament on Sunday. World No. 3 Saina scraped past the ...
MSN News, 28 min(s) ago
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Obama visit: Officials too face security heat (Sidelights)

to the unprecedented security net cast around Hyderabad House and areas near India Gate in the national capital before the India-US summit level talks. Eyewitnesses said Indian Ambassador to the United States S. Jaishanker and Joint Secretary (America) Vinay ...
Business Standard, 54 min(s) ago
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US and India's strong personal friendship reflects warmth and affection between people of both natio

+ New Delhi, Jan 25 (ANI): US President Barack Obama while addressing a joint statement with PM Narendra Modi, said that US and India's strong personal friendship reflects warmth and affection between people of both the nations. He also said ...
International Business Times India, 55 min(s) ago
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Private sector must run without govt interference: Murthy

The country would see more economic progress if the private sector was left to run business without government interference, Infosys founder N R Narayana Murthy has said at the Jaipur Literature Festival. "Any good government has to have a good regulatory agency but it is best if business of business is left to private sector. Rules much be such that 90 per cent of people can conduct their businesses swiftly and without interference from the government. Time has come when PSUs may not have ..., 3 hour(s) ago
Also from: Free Press Release, INooz and 1 other source

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