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NBA Hall of Famer to visit India - IBNLive.com

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 07:14

USA Today

NBA Hall of Famer to visit India
IBNLive.com
The two legendary players would visit India as part of the State Department''s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the National Basketball Association''s 2011 sports envoy program. This would be the program''s first-ever joint trip to India. ...
NBA, Department of State announce trip to IndiaUSA Today
Gervin leads NBA group on landmark India tripAFP
NBA Hall of Famer to visit IndiaOneindia

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India's Satyam offers $125 mln to settle US suit - AFP

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 07:00

India's Satyam offers $125 mln to settle US suit
AFP
MUMBAI — Indian software exporter Satyam Computer Services said Thursday it has agreed to pay $125 million to settle a US class action suit after its former chairman admitted fraud. The Hyderabad-based firm, hit by the massive fraud allegations two ...

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Bangladesh can pull off win over India: Mashrafe - Hindustan Times

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 06:46

Rediff

Bangladesh can pull off win over India: Mashrafe
Hindustan Times
Bangladesh pace spearhead Mashrafe Mortaza, who has to sit out the World Cup following a right knee injury, says his team could pull off a win over India in the tournament opener on Saturday, as they had done in the previous edition of event in 2007. ...
India, Bangladesh set for rousing openerNDTV.com
India vs Bangladesh: Why India must fear BanglaTimes of India

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India and Japan sign free trade pact - Stock Market Digital

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 06:39

Boston Globe

India and Japan sign free trade pact
Stock Market Digital
India and Japan t recently signed a free trade argreement to improve two-sided rade between the two countries, which sums up to USD 10.36 billion per annum. The treaty will be liable on service sectors, textile, drugs and automobiles. ...
India, Japan sign landmark trade dealTimes of India
India proposes USD 9 billion fund for Delhi to Mumbai corridor projectSteelGuru
India and Japan Look to Expand Rare-Earth AllianceWall Street Journal
The Japan Times - Business Standard - Economic Times
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Singh says he's no lame duck and India is not a 'scam-driven country' - Washington Post

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 06:17

Reuters

Singh says he's no lame duck and India is not a 'scam-driven country'
Washington Post
On Wednesday, India's scholarly, soft-spoken leader decided that lofty abandon was no longer a sustainable tactic, submitting to a rare hour-long grilling in a televised news conference that was broadcast nationwide. Singh's message was twofold: that ...
India attempts damage control in wake of corruption scandalsLos Angeles Times
Singh pledges to stay and fight as corruption row engulfs IndiaIndependent
Why India's PM Singh pledging sharper attack on corruptionChristian Science Monitor
Wall Street Journal - TODAYonline - Reuters
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Dhaka ready for glitzy World Cup opening ceremony 2011 - NDTV.com

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 06:04

Sydney Morning Herald

Dhaka ready for glitzy World Cup opening ceremony 2011
NDTV.com
Two days later, Bangladesh and co-hosts India clash in the inaugural game at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium at Mirpur, on Dhaka's outskirts to herald the beginning of 43 days of action spread across 13 venues in three countries. ...
Well-rested India looks the favouriteThe Hindu
World Cup special: Capital gains for them allTimes of India
World Cup: The wait of expectationsRediff
Reuters Africa - New York Times - AFP
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India police question businessman - BBC News

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 05:23

NDTV.com

India police question businessman
BBC News
India's federal police have questioned billionaire Anil Ambani in connection with an alleged corruption scandal. The tycoon controls India's second biggest mobile firm Reliance Telecom. Mr Ambani met the investigators to clarify ongoing issues in ...
India police quiz tycoon Anil Ambani in telecom probeReuters
2G probe: Anil Ambani meets CBI officialsBusiness Standard

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Sham university: US promises to cooperate with India - Hindustan Times

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 04:52

NDTV.com

Sham university: US promises to cooperate with India
Hindustan Times
The US has promised to cooperate with India to resolve the issue of affected Indian students of a sham US university, but said it's hard to say what is possible pending a full probe. The issue "remains under investigation", State Department spokesman ...
India-US strategic dialogue on April 6Indian Express
US promises India of fair treatmentDeccan Chronicle
US assures India of fair solution for Tri-Valley 'duped' studentsSify
Oneindia
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India Maoist rebels 'kidnap' senior official - BBC News

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 04:18

India Maoist rebels 'kidnap' senior official
BBC News
Maoist rebels in India have "kidnapped" a senior official in the eastern state of Orissa, police say. R Vineel Krishna, district collector of Malkangiri, was on his way to inspect a government project with three others when rebels intercepted them. ...

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Wiretaps Under Fire in India - Wall Street Journal

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 04:00

The Hindu

Wiretaps Under Fire in India
Wall Street Journal
Industrialist Ratan Tata says India needs stronger regulations to protect an individual's right to privacy. In the recordings, which have been published on the Web sites of some Indian news magazines, Ms. Radia speaks with Mr. Tata and several ...
India needs law against invasion of privacy: Ratan TataEconomic Times

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