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He verbally abused an assistant referee during Argentina's World Cup qualifier against Chile last week. Messi will miss their next four games, the ban doesn't affect his matches for Barcelona. India captain Virat Kohli says he no longer counts some of the Australian players as friends
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India won the final test against the Aussies, and with it the series. Kohli accused Australia skipper Steve Smith of abusing the decision review system in the second Test. He said he was friends with some of the Aussies, so what about now?.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Maintaining that China had always been a "friendly neighbour", the separatist outfit pointed out that the relationship between that country and Assam was "truly very deep, linguistically and culturally".
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after defeat in their last test before the Ashes. They lost the final test in India by eight wickets, and with it the series. But Smith believes the series has put them in a good place ahead.
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And they must commit to keeping those assets within Indonesia for at least three years. Expanding the tax base Indonesia has already generated more revenue from its tax amnesty experiment than analogous efforts in countries like India and Germany, but according to some experts, there remains room for expansion. “The major issue is that the number of taxpayers who joined the amnesty program is still low, proportionally,” said Malik. “There are roughly 700,000 people who joined the program out of a total 32 million taxpayers… which is only 2.2 percent of those eligible.” Malik called for a more progressive tax policy to increase participation in both the amnesty program and taxation in general. “It should be more progressive regarding extensification [widening the tax base], and increase the incentive for tax compliance and avoidance,” she said.
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NEW DELHI: The country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) today said it will increase its stake in SBI Card to 74 per cent by June end. "Stake will be increased by first quarter of next financial year...there are few regulatory issue that is being sorted out," SBI chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya said at the launch of SBI Card Unnati here. The board of SBI has already given approval for hike of the bank's stake in its two credit card joint ventures with General Electric Company to 74 per cent. The bank has approval to infuse Rs 1,160 crore in the two JVs -- SBI Cards and Payment Services Pvt Ltd (SBICPSL) and GE Capital Business Processes Management Services Ltd (GECBPMSL)-- through purchase of equity shares from GE Capital so as to increase the bank's stake in both the companies to 74 per cent. Asked about remaining 26 per cent stake, she said, the decision has to be taken by GE.
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It is not every day that one meets a genuine hero a person who risks his life for another, and takes a bullet for a complete stranger, Jiten Agarwal, chair of India House Houstons annual gala said in a press release . Ian Grillot is a man who reminds us of the promise of America and its greatness. The idea to raise money for Grillot began when Charlie Yalamanchili, an India House trustee, proposed the group buy him a house. He then offered to match every dollar raised by India House members. I dont know if I couldve lived with myself if I wouldnt have stopped or attempted to stop the shooter, because that wouldve been completely devastating, said Grillot in the release. I do now have a very powerful message and if I can help empower people and spread hope and love, then why not? He added, I am honored to be at India House that serves so many families from so many communities in the Houston area.
The Economic Times
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Guddappa Kumar, 38, fell while taking part in the festival in the Mandya district of Karnataka, India. Local media reported he had been practicing the run for 17 years.
The Economic Times
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The Economic Times
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Financial Times - India
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TIME - Top Stories
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Indian Americans in Houston have raised $100,000 to support a man who was wounded while trying to stop a gunman who had opened fire on two Indian men inside a Kansas bar last month. Ian Grillot , 24, was hailed a hero and a reminder of the promise of America and its greatness at a Saturday gala when he accepted a check from India House Houston, a community center in Texas. The group raised the money from local Indian-Americans in just one week to help Grillot buy a house in his hometown in Kansas. It is not every day that one meets a genuine hero a person who risks his life for another, and takes a bullet for a complete stranger, said Jiten Agarwal, who chairs the groups annual gala. Ian Grillot is a man who reminds us of the promise of America and its greatness. Grillot survived the February shooting that killed Srinivas Kuchibhotla and wounded Kuchibhotlas friend, Alok Madasani.
The Economic Times
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This was offered to retain the customers, who might leave the network after March 31 due to paid services.But the offer has not got any traction among the customers and according to reports the offer might get extended for a month or more. Reliance Jio is said to be evaluating options to extend the Prime offer. To counter Jio's offers, other telecom companies have also launched their plans and this might have also dented Jio's attractiveness.Meanwhile, Airtel, Vodafone and Idea, jointly increased their total subscriber base by 3.19 million in February to take the overall mobile subscriber base in India to 817.42 million, according to Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) data.Also read: Airtel pips Vodafone, Idea in user addition in February
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cricket captain Steve Smith has come out fighting after defeat after the last test before the Ashes. They lost the final test by eight wickets against India. Smith believes the series up at.
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quality Indian line-up, so we've learned a lot. I'm sure this young side will take a lot away from this and hopefully, that will improve us going forward. It has been a tense series with India's captain accusing Smith of abusing the.
Daily Express
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The Week
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Voice Of America
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Samsung said in a statement to Reuters that the company has not set specifics on refurbished Note 7 sales plans, including what markets and when they would go on sale, though it also said it does not plan to sell refurbished Note 7s in India or the United States. The company said refurbished Note 7s will be equipped with new batteries that have gone through Samsung's new battery safety measures. "The objective of introducing refurbished devices is solely to reduce and minimize any environmental impact," it said. The company estimated that it took a profit hit of $5.5 billion over three quarters because of the Note 7's troubles. It had sold more than 3 million of the phones before taking the model off the market. Samsung also plans to recover and use or sell reusable components such as chips and camera modules, as well as rare metals such as copper, gold, nickel and silver from Note 7 devices it opts not to sell as refurbished products.