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    India, China ink 3 MoUs as Xi winds up day one of India visit

    Ahmedabad/New Delhi, Sep 17 (UNI) Days after his visit to Japan which was keenly monitored by Beijing, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today rolled out a red carpet for Chinese President Xi Jinping by hosting him in his home state of Gujarat as the two Asian giants signed three MoUs in diverse fields, including trade, economy and infrastructure.

       Arriving in Ahmedabad on his three-day historic visit, the Chinese leader appeared relaxed as he took a stroll along the scenic Sabaramati river front before sitting down to a vegetarian dinner rich with Gujarati delicacies at the Luxury Tebt restaurant there.

    : 18/09/2014 | : 12:56 AM |


    J&K Floods: MoS PMO reviews relief, rehabilitation measures in Kathua

    Jammu, Sep 17 (UNI) Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, MoS in PMO, Space and Atomic Energy, Jitendra Singh today assessed the rescue and relief operations in flood-hit areas of the district and had first hand appraisal of the situation in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.

       Speaking on the occasion, Dr Singh assured that the central government is committed to give every possible help to the state and called upon the district administration to involve stakeholders by constituting committees of citizens representing different political parties and social groups for identify the victims and and the quantum of relief to be provided to each such victim.

    : 17/09/2014 | : 10:55 PM |


    Mild intensity earthquake rocks Bhaderwah town

    Jammu, Sep 17 (UNI) A mild intensity earthquake today rocked the hilly Bhaderwah town of Doda district in Jammu and Kashmir, police here said.

       Panic gripped the Bhaderwah town late tonight when a mild intensity earthquake hit the region, police added.

    : 17/09/2014 | : 11:31 PM |


    Amit Shah to kick off election campaign for BJP tomorrow

    Pune, Sep 17 (UNI) To mark the birthday of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP city unit has geared up, along with the party workers from western Maharashtra, to sound bugle for ensuing state assembly elections tomorrow in presence of party national president Amit Shah.

       With Mr Shah coming here to launch the party's election campaign, the party workers are preparing for the mega programme, in which nearly 10,000 workers are expected to participate.

    : 17/09/2014 | : 8:03 PM |


    India retains it's 6th position with regard to billionaires

    New Delhi, Sep 17 (UNI) The 'Wealth X and UBS Billionaire' Census, 2014, released today shows that India has retained it's sixth position in terms of the number of billionaires with 100 such people collectively having 175 billion dollars in networth.

       According to the Census, though the number of billionaires in the country has decreased over last year in 2013, there were 103 billionaires.

    : 17/09/2014 | : 7:34 PM |


    KKR pull off a thriller

    Hyderabad, Sep 17 (UNI) It was the best launch to the 2014 edition of the Champions League T20 here on Wednesday. A rollicking three-wicket win in a cliffhanger that went the distance, was the best possible advertisement for the shortest form of the game.

       Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) batsmen gave the crowds their money’s worth while staging a fantastic recovery and making a match of the 157 runs target in Group A opener of the Champions League at the Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

    : 18/09/2014 | : 12:21 AM |



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