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Saina Nehwal cruises, Sindhu out

Saina Nehwal

Srikanth survives first game scare to advance in Superseries event

Heatwave toll rises to 1,412

The death toll due to the intense heatwave sweeping across many parts of the country continued to mount and reached 1,412 Wednesday, with only Andhra Pradesh and Telangana accounting for 1,360 deaths.

Sensex gives up early gains, trips by 27 points

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NSE Nifty down by 14 points, or 0.17 per cent, to 8,320.60

Pakistan ‘haven’ for terror groups, says US report

Pakistan is a “haven” for several Islamist terror groups and successive Pakistani governments are widely believed to have supported some outfits as proxies in the country’s conflicts with its neighbo

Vedanta India to acquire up to 5.33 per cent stake in Cairn India

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Vedanta India's stake in Cairn India will grow from 18.73 per cent to 24.06 per cent

US: South China Sea is critical to our security

The situation in the South China Sea, where China is currently engaged in a controversial island reclamation project, is “critical” to the national security interest of the US, the White House has sai

Exports to China to pace up at 14 per cent a year in 2020-30: HSBC

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These positive developments will support the economy and GDP growth is expected to accelerate from 7.4 per cent in 2014 to 7.8 per cent in 2015 and 8.3 per cent in 2016

Indian-origin doctor jailed for healthcare fraud in US

An Indian-origin doctor here has been sentenced to eighteen months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, on charges of healthcare fraud and has been ordered to pay over 84,000 doll

GDP growth to slow to 7.2 per cent in January-March quarter: Moody's

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CSO will release its March quarter GDP data on May 29

5 per cent job quota unlikely for Gujjars: Rajasthan government

The Rajasthan government on Wednesday expressed its inability to accord five per cent quota to Gujjars in jobs, suggesting that any such move will have adverse consequences on social harmony in the st

The dust is beginning to settle on an extraordinary election result in the UK.

Pakistan’s ludicrous charge that India’s spy agency RAW is behind the Karachi attack on the Ismaili community maybe laughed out of court here, given that the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed re