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SBI to dilute stake in life insurance biz by 10

Mumbai IANS Following passage of the legislation increasing the maximum limit of foreign direct investment in the insurance sector from 26 percent to 49 percent the State Bank of India SBI on Tuesday said it is reducing its existing stake in SB.....»»

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India Inc racing for woman directors

Didi Bibi Beti syndrome nbsp Wives amp daughters join fathers amp sons to meet Sebi deadline Sebi has a woman member too on its board Mumbai PTI As it pushes listed companies to appoint women directors a female member already sits on th.....»»

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Obama finally decides to visit Kenya

For years, Kenya has been a political headache for President Obama and a geopolitical headache for the US......»»

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Killer pilot told Lufthansa of depression

The pilot believed to have deliberately crashed a Germanwings plane into the Alps last week had told officials at Lufthansa's flight training school that he had suffered from severe depression, the airline said......»»

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Gunpoint shocker in Istanbul

An Istanbul prosecutor has been left seriously wounded after he was taken hostage for several hours by two gunmen today......»»

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Wild rhino kills one, injures 8 in Nepal

A 61-year-old woman was killed and eight others injured today when a wild rhinoceros attacked people at a busy market in central Nepal......»»

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Thai PM to lift martial law

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said today that he has asked for King Bhumibol Adulyadej's permission to lift martial law, which has been in place since before a coup 10 months ago, replacing it with a law that maintains the army's wide-ranging powe.....»»

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Royal baby will be called Alice: Bookies

Punters have staked a significant amount on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge naming their second baby Alice - leaving one bookmaker facing a potential five-figure payout......»»

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Cameron: I am related to Kim

David Cameron has said he is related to Kim Kardashian-West, the reality TV star......»»

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Court denies Qureshi relief

The Supreme Court today declined to stay the sacking of Mizoram governor Aziz Qureshi, and said his application would be referred to the five-judge Constitution bench that is to be formed to rule on the Centre's powers to remove governors......»»

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Israel beckons PM, diplomats cautious

A meeting with Israel's President in Singapore on Sunday has revived a plan for a possible path-breaking visit by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Tel Aviv, but sections within the diplomatic community are cautioning against rushing into a trip at a time t.....»»

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Hurdle to pact with Ulfa group set to be lifted

The final settlement with the Ulfa pro-talks group is a step away......»»

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Pakistan lodges teen "molest" complaint

Pakistan has protested against the alleged molestation of a 13-year-old girl from the country by an Indian immigration official in Pune on the pretext of authenticating her passport......»»

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Indian ship in "testing" Aden

The Indian Navy sailed into the Port of Aden, a city lit up by blasts and explosions tonight, to rescue stranded citizens caught in the crossfires of Yemen's wars in the Arabian Peninsula......»»

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Dreaded Tada clone in Gujarat

The Gujarat Assembly today passed the Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime Bill 2015, retaining controversial provisions of an earlier bill that two Presidents had refused to clear......»»

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Trio stoke tobacco war of words

Three members of Parliament from Maharashtra, including a Union minister, have joined a war of words for and against a health ministry decision to keep in abeyance its proposal to expand pictorial warnings to cover 85 per cent of tobacco packets......»»

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Congress overhaul on the cards

A new organisational structure with a defined mechanism for candidate selection for Lok Sabha and Assembly elections could be unveiled as Rahul Gandhi's plan to reform the Congress......»»

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Woah! BJP count is up to 90 million

A pixelated screen mounted at the BJP's headquarters on Delhi's Ashoka Road records the membership the party is purportedly drawing by the nano second......»»

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Babri ghost returns to haunt Advani

The Supreme Court has asked BJP leaders L.K. Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi to say why the "criminal conspiracy" charge against them in the Babri Masjid demolition case should not be reinstated, on an appeal by an Ayodhya resident......»»

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Soon, enjoy free wi-fi at Mumbai"s CST

The wi-fi facility will be provided at 75 A1 category stations within 12 months and will be launched at 10 stations as part of a pilot project.....»»

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