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Delhi Wakes Up To Sunny Morning, Thundershowers Likely

Delhi Wakes Up To Sunny Morning, Thundershowers Likely

Submitted by • July 18, 2012

post.jagran.com - New Delhi: The capital woke up to a sunny and clear morning on Wednesday with the minimum temperature settling at 29.2 degrees Celsius, three notches above average for this time of the season.The weather office predicted an overcast sky and ...

India Aims To Achieve 88,000 MW Capacity By 2017: Sushilkumar Shinde

India Aims To Achieve 88,000 MW Capacity By 2017: Sushilkumar Shinde

Submitted by • July 17, 2012

post.jagran.com - New Delhi: Faster land procurement and increase in coal production will help India achieve the 88,000 MW capacity addition target in the next five years, Power Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said on Tuesday."With the target of about 88,000 MW, which includes ...

Infosys Q1 Net Rises 32.92 Percent At Rs 2,289 Crore

Infosys Q1 Net Rises 32.92 Percent At Rs 2,289 Crore

Submitted by • July 12, 2012

post.jagran.com - Mumbai: Country's second largest software firm Infosys on Thursday reported a 32.92 percent jump in consolidated net profit to Rs 2,289 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2012. The company had posted a net profit of Rs 1,722 ...

54 Africans Died At Mediterranean Sea During Voyage To Italy

54 Africans Died At Mediterranean Sea During Voyage To Italy

Submitted by • July 11, 2012

post.jagran.com - Geneva: A total of 54 people have died in the Mediterranean sea while attempting to reach the Italian shores from Libya, quoted the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) as saying. These people were riding a boat and died of dehydration ...

Olympics: London Cops On High Alert As 6 Held

Olympics: London Cops On High Alert As 6 Held

Submitted by • July 6, 2012

post.jagran.com - London: Scotland Yard on Thursday arrested six people in an early morning swoop in parts of London that included the area where the Olympics start later this month. A series of raids are being carried out in west, east and ...

Pakistan, India Discuss Cricketing Ties

Pakistan, India Discuss Cricketing Ties

Submitted by • July 5, 2012

post.jagran.com - New Delhi: Cricketing ties were amongst the many issues discussed between Indian Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai and his Pakistani counterpart Jalil Abbas Jilani during their two-day talks on Thursday. Expressing the hope that the equation would continue with the "positive ...

Mumbai Waterlogged, North India Still Waits For Monsoon

Mumbai Waterlogged, North India Still Waits For Monsoon

Submitted by • July 5, 2012

post.jagran.com - Mumbai/ New Delhi: For the second consecutive day in Mumbai, the monsoon plays havoc with the people making it worst for them to travel on the roads due to waterlogging. But the situation is just opposite in North India, where ...

Power Situation Grim Due To Paddy Sowing Season And Lack Of Rain

Power Situation Grim Due To Paddy Sowing Season And Lack Of Rain

Submitted by • July 4, 2012

post.jagran.com - Chandigarh: The Haryana government on Tuesday termed power situation as grim, saying that paddy sowing season and lack of rain have aggravated power woes. The state is facing power shortage of 200 lakh units per day against the demand for ...

Three Incidents Of Chain Snatching Reported In Ghaziabad

Three Incidents Of Chain Snatching Reported In Ghaziabad

Submitted by • July 3, 2012

post.jagran.com - Ghaziabad: In three separate incidents of chain snatching, motorcycle-borne thieves on Tuesday escaped with the chains of a journalist, a BSP leader and a doctor, police said. While the incidents took place at intervals, within the jurisdiction of three different ...

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