Full-blown boycott pushed for Beijing Olympics

Groups alleging human rights abuses against minorities in China are calling for a full-blown boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, a move likely to ratchet up pressure on the IOC, athletes, sponsors and sports federations. Read More | Source: ESPN…

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Olympics should happen, our hard work should not go in vain: Sanjeev Rajput

Veteran Indian rifle shooter Sanjeev Rajput is all set for his third Olympic appearance. Rajput, who will be representing India in the 50m Rifle 3 Position event in Tokyo, has travelled to Croatia for the Indian team’s training cum competition trip, before heading to Tokyo for the Olympics. …

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Gold, silver rates surge for second week straight; expect bullion prices to continue rallying

Bullion prices traded firm with gold prices managed to end in green for the second week after witnessing selling at the starting of the week.  Read More | Source: The Financial Express…

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Section 301 hearing: Indian industry fights tariffs proposed by US as retaliation against digital tax

Exporters of basmati, gems & jewellery, steel, seafood argue that proposed tariffs will escalate dispute, hurt industry, consumers in both countries Read More | Source: Business Line…

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Cairn looks to seize Air India assets to recover $1.7 billion award due from Indian government

New Delhi, May 15 UK’s Cairn Energy Plc has brought a lawsuit in the US court that potentially can lead to seizing of Air India’s overseas assets such as airplanes to recover USD 1.72 billion from the Indian government which an international arbitration tribunal had awarded after overturning levy of…

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Registration for the LSAT—India 2021 extended until May 16

New Delhi, May 15 The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) today announced that it has extended registration for the LSAT—India 2021 until May 16, 2021, allowing an extra 48 hours for students to sign up for the online remotely-proctored exam to be administered in the week starting May 29….

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