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23 September, 2017 4:30 PM Japan to fund mass rapid transit systems in Gujarat, Haryana

$4.5 billion soft loan from Japan International Cooperation Agency to boost $100 bn Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor project. Funds from a Japanese government loan will soon be utilised for the first time in the $100 billion, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) project. So far, the mega-project was being developed only with the Indian government’s 26

22 September, 2017 10:07 AM Closing Bell: Sensex ends nearly 450 pts lower, Nifty breaches 10,000; midcaps tank

3:30 pm Market at Close: Equity benchmark indices witnessed a carnage on Friday, with the Sensex ending nearly 450 points lower, while the Nifty breached 10,000-mark, falling over 150 points. The Sensex closed down 447.60 points at 31922.44, while the Nifty ended lower by 157.50 points at 9964.40. The market breadth was negative as 524 shares advanced 27

21 September, 2017 3:12 PM Coulter-Nile, Richardson restrict India despite Kohli 92

Virat Kohli chose an immensely energy-sapping day in Kolkata to improve his numbers against Australia, but Nathan Coulter-Nile and Kane Richardson took the pace off the ball and off the Indian innings as the hosts finished on 252 in the second ODI on Thursday (September 21). It was a day when rain surprisingly stayed away after having dominated headlines 24

20 September, 2017 4:49 AM No Dabbawala Service In Mumbai Today As Rain Batters City

The dabbawalas had last taken a day off on August 29 after incessant rain lashed Mumbai Mumbai: After a rain-drenched Tuesday, the dabbawalas of Mumbai have suspended their services for today. The dabbawalas take trains to reach their destinations, but due to disruption of rail services following heavy rains in the financial hub, the delivery of over two lakh tiffins 42

20 September, 2017 3:27 AM Mumbai Braces For More Rain Today, Schools Shut, Flights Hit

Tuesday's rain in Mumbai delayed services on the heavily used local train network, a rail official said, while road traffic was also disrupted by flooding. Torrential rain lashed Mumbai for the second time in weeks on Tuesday, flooding low-lying areas and paralysing rail, road and air traffic in the country's financial hub. Schools and colleges have been shut today 28

18 September, 2017 10:58 AM Mandira Bedi remembers uncle Arjan Singh: He was a good listener

"He was a great listener," said actress Mandira Bedi, niece of Marshal of Indian Air Force (IAF) Arjan Singh, on Monday, while sharing her memories with the latter. "My greatest memory of him was that he's a great listener; he used to listen. He had so many achievements, but he never spoke about anyone. Rather what he would do is he will be interested 46

18 September, 2017 12:44 AM Hurricane Maria threatens weary Caribbean with more destruction

STORM-MARIA/ (UPDATE 4, PIX):UPDATE 4-Hurricane Maria threatens weary Caribbean with more destruction Sept 17 (Reuters) - A second powerful storm in as many weeks was bearing down on a string of battered Caribbean islands, with forecasters saying that Maria had strengthened into a hurricane on Sunday and would intensify before hitting the Leeward Islands 36

17 September, 2017 5:09 PM Combative batting, wrist spin help India go 1-0 up

Australia never saw their capitulation coming, especially after all the hard yards put in to negate the spin impact during their build-up to the ODI series opener in Chennai. But by the end of Sunday evening, the visitors were torn by some supremely combative batting and a muddled batting approach in curtailed conditions against superior spin bowling 37

17 September, 2017 4:55 PM Congress assails Modi over Sardar Sarovar dam inauguration

New Delhi, Sep 17 (PTI) The Congress today attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Sardar Sarovar dam inauguration, accusing him of using the project as an "election gimmick". Congress media incharge Randeep Surjewala said Modi is indulging in "misconceived electoral hype, hyperbole and hoopla by yet again inaugurating the Sardar Sarovar Dam". "Using 69

17 September, 2017 7:39 AM Rohingya Face Starvation in Refugee Camps as Myanmar Violence Rages

Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh could die due to a lack of food, shelter and water available for the huge numbers of them fleeing violence in Myanmar, an aid agency warned on Sunday. Nearly 410,000 members of the Rohingya Muslim minority fled from western Rakhine state to Bangladesh to escape a military offensive that the United Nations has branded a "textbook 35