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Baba Ramdev: Patanjali textile will break stronghold of foreign textile manufacturers

After the formidable success of Patanjali ayurvedic and herbal household products in the Indian market, Baba Ramdev and Acharya Balakrishna’s Patanjali Ayurved Ltd is all set to venture into textile manufacturing. “Patanjali will soon get into garment and textile market and break the stronghold of foreign manufacturers,” Baba Ramdev said during the inauguration of Patanjali

PM Modi visited 49 countries in last 3 years

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has travelled 49 countries in the last three years during which India signed a number of agreements on a range of topics, the government today said.In a written response to a question in the Rajya Sabha, V K Singh, the Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs, said the

Tight Slap On Captain's Government, Gangster Vickey Gounder Fleed Away

Tight Slap On Captain’s Government, Gangster Vickey Gounder Fleed Away

Police Who Found Gangster Vickey Gounder In India, Now Shocked To Know That He had been Flew Away From Here and Moved Towards To Abroad. Yes, You Absolutely Read It Right, Vickey Gounder Left India. This Information is revealed By Shera Khuban Group In his Facebook Post.This Group Upload The Photo Of Vickey Gondar and

PTU Foreign Languages Centre Mohali

Chandigarh: Learning a Foreign Language (FL), in addition to academic qualifications, have many advantages nowadays. Learning a second language is exciting and beneficial for all age groups. Among others, it offers several practical, intellectual and inspirational benefits. Over the past two decades, the world has shrunk, nations have become more and more interdependent and new

Differing worldviews: Obama, Clinton and US foreign policy

Title: Alter Egos – Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, And the Twilight Struggle over American Power; Author: Mark Landler; Publisher: WH Allen/Penguin Random House; Pages: 433; Price: Rs 699 For a US President who promised not to entangle his country in any more foreign military adventures, Barack Obama mostly kept his word. But while the wars

‘Don’t invite foreign teams to Pakistan in current situation’

Karachi: Pakistan’s former fast bowler,Shoaib Akhtar has cautioned against inviting any foreign teams to Pakistan in the prevailing security situation in the country. Speaking two days after the terrorist attack on the police training centre in Quetta in which 62 police cadets and two armymen were killed and around 170 injured, Akhtar said that the

China assures Pak of support in case of foreign ‘aggression’

Lahore: China has assured Pakistan of its support in the event of any foreign “aggression” and also supported the country’s stance on the Kashmir dispute, a media report said. Beijing conveyed the message during a meeting of its top diplomat in the provincial capital with Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the Dawn reported. “In case

Akbar meets Iranian Foreign Minister

New Delhi: In continuation of India’s flurry of engagements with Gulf and Middle East nations, Minister of State for External Affairs M.J. Akbar met Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in Tehran on Sunday. “Continuing engagement with a valuable partner. MoS @mjakbar visits Iran, meets Foreign Minister @Jzarif,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted. Akbar

Didn’t seek ban on skirts by foreign tourists :Mahesh Sharma

New Delhi: Union Culture and Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma on Monday denied urging foreign women tourists to avoid wearing skirts in the country. Sharma told the media that he made the comment in the context of foreigners who visit temples where certain rules have to be followed. Admitting that he was not authorised to issue

Indian designers have edge over foreign brands in country: Ashish Soni

Mumbai: Designer Ashish Soni, who will celebrate his silver jubilee in the fashion industry next year, has noticed an increased influx of foreign brands in the country. While he feels it’s creating awareness about global trends amongst Indians, he says Indian designers will always have an edge over them as they understand their consumers better.

Sushma meets Turkish Foreign Minister

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday met visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu here. “Strengthening bridges with Ankara. EAM @SushmaSwaraj receives FM of Turkey, @MevlutCavusoglu in Delhi,” External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted. This is the first official visit to India of Cavusoglu who was in India on a transit halt last

Chinese official warns of foreign influence on Tibetan Buddhism

Beijing:A senior Chinese official has called on religious figures in Tibet to resist the influence of foreign forces to ensure stability in the region. Yu Zhengsheng, chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee, was in Tibet on Friday and Saturday where he visited businesses, hospitals and lamaseries, reports Xinhua. At the

Sri Lanka approves establishment of China-funded financial city

Colombo: The Sri Lankan Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to draft the required legislation to establish a financial city in Colombo as part of a Chinese-funded port city project, an official said. The government said the key objective of the proposed financial city is to become the prominent financial hub in the region to

Foreign airlines can never fully own local carrier: Choubey

New Delhi: Relaxed FDI norms will ensureincreased competition in the “huge” domestic aviation sector but foreign airlines will never be allowed to fully own a domestic carrier, a top government official said today. In a significant reform measure aimed at bolstering the country’s high growth potential civil aviation sector, the government has allowed foreign entities,

Amarinder hits back at Jaitley over ‘foreign accounts’ charge

Chandigarh: A day after Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley attacked him over his family’s alleged foreign accounts, Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh today hit back at him, accusing him of trying to “avenge his humiliating defeat” in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. He also asked the senior BJP leader to “furnish the address with the

Getting foreign investments

Haryana: Haryana is desperate to get foreign investments to accelerate the pace of development. The state government is leaving nothing unturned to attract foreign investments from any quarters of the world. Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda during his 10-year long tenure did his best to ensure that the state gets adequate investments. He went