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    Ethnic cleansing of minorities: Only Jain temple in Valley destroyed

    Ethnic cleansing of minorities: Only Jain temple in Valley destroyed Hemali Chhapia & Mansi Choksi | TNN Mumbai: Two years ago, a family from Mumbai built a temple in the lap of snow-capped mountains miles away in Srinagar. The derasar (temple), carved out of teak, decked with marigolds...
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    Aviation Sector in India Creating New Benchmarks

    Aviation Sector in India Creating New Benchmarks In view of the increased pressure on the airport infrastructure and also to create a world-class airport infrastructure upgradation/modernization of a number of Metro and Non-metro airports have been undertaken by Airports Authority of India...
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    India to host global space science event with over 3000 scientists from 50 countries

    India to host global space science event with over 3000 scientists from 50 countries About 3000 scientists from more than 50 countries are expected to participate in the 39th Scientific Assembly of Committee on Space Research (COSPAR), a mega science event, to be hosted by Indian Space...
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    Indian warships on goodwill visit to Africa

    Indian warships on goodwill visit to Africa File photo of INS Mysore, one of the four warshipsm which have been deployed on a goodwill visit to several maritime nations of Africa. Four Indian warships - INS Mysore, INS Tabar, INS Ganga and INS Aditya - have been deployed on a goodwill...
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    India to get Russian nuclear submarine on lease in fall

    India to get Russian nuclear submarine on lease in fall The Russian K-152 Nerpa nuclear attack submarine, which is currently carrying out workup trials in the Russian Far East, will be transferred to India on a 10-year lease in the fall, a spokesman for the Amur Shipbuilding Plant said on...
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    Special computer, English training for soldiers

    Special computer, English training for soldiers 2010-08-20 17:00:00 The Indian Army Friday launched an initiative titled 'Kshamta' for soldiers to help them learn basic computer skills and spoken English, and secure 'good jobs' after retirement. 'As the soldiers retire at an early age...
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    Pakistan purchases potatoes from India to cover shortfall from floods

    Indian potatoes come to flood-hit Pakistan's rescue Though still undecided on the Indian offer of $5 million aid, flood devastated Pakistan has started importing potatoes from India amid reports that rising waters have washed away the bulk of country's kharif crop. The production of...
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    China wary of India's rise: Pentagon

    China wary of India's rise: Pentagon IANS | Washington : China remains concerned about strategic ramifications of India's rising economic, political, and military power even as it quickly modernises its own military, according to a new US defence department report. With sights set on...
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    Armed forces spent just over Rs7,000 crore till July

    Armed forces spent just over Rs7,000 crore till July Of the Rs43,799 crores allocated to the defence forces for acquisition of weapon systems, only Rs7,550 crores has been spent by the three services till July 31, the Lok Sabha was informed today. :hitwall: The Indian Air Force has been...
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    Army dog gets Chief of Army Staff's commendation card

    Army dog sniffs its way to I-Day medal NEW DELHI: On the long Independence Day honours list of the armed forces, there is an unusual awardee this time. She does not carry a gun, nor does she speak. She only sniffs and barks. A black Labrador named `Mini' of the explosives detection wing...
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    India's Military Threat Management Politically Flawed

    India's Military Threat Management Politically Flawed India today exists in a seriously embattled security environment, far more than ever in the last sixty three years, with external military threats having acquired menacing and dangerously devious contours, by virtue of having intruded into...
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    Nuclear fuel situation has improved in India - Dr Banerjee

    Nuclear fuel situation has improved in India - Dr Banerjee According to Dr Srikumar Banerjee chairman of Atomic Energy Commission, availability of fuel for India's nuclear power plants has improved. The plants that are running on imported fuel (Tarapore) are operating at over 90% capacity...
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    India to establish Global Center for Nuke Energy Partnership, works on Thorium fuel

    India to establish Global Center for Nuclear Energy Partnership, works on Thorium fuel Indian government is expected to establish, own and manage a Global Centre for Nuclear Energy Partnership.:cheers:
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    India to approach US for anti-tank guided missile system

    India to approach US for anti-tank guided missile system India will send a request to the United States for procuring the Javelin anti-tank guided missile system, Lok Sabha was informed on Monday. "The Defence Ministry proposes to issue a Letter of Request (LoR) to the US government under...
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    Indian, Chinese troops celebrates India's Independence day

    Indian, Chinese troops celebrates India's Independence day Border troops of India and China jointly celebrated the Indian Independence Day in Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, pleading to maintain peace, stability and tranquillity. In keeping with confidence building measures between the two...
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    Asia is beginning to stand up to China — with US help: Gordon Chang

    Asia is beginning to stand up to China — with US help: Gordon Chang This week, US aircraft carrier George Washington sailed into the South China Sea for military drills with Vietnam, which has recently been badgered by China over territorial disputes in the South China Sea. The US decision...
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    Sri Lanka looks to India for Phase II of port China built

    Sri Lanka looks to India for Phase II of port China built As it brings to close a sensitive port project in collaboration with China, Sri Lanka would like India to participate vigorously in the next phase of infrastructure development at Hambantota on the southern tip of the island...
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    DRDO will use nano technology to build 5,000 kilometres missile

    DRDO will use nano technology to build 5,000 kilometres missile Chennai, Aug. 13: The University of Madras and the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) have joined forces to develop a nano vest that can contain small devices to monitor a person’s blood pressure and ECG. The...
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    Bid to ink India-US social security accord in time for Obama's visit

    Bid to ink India-US social security accord in time for Obama's visit NEW DELHI: Efforts to conclude the Indo-US social security agreement may be on the fast track, buoyed by an increasing number of American workers in India, who are likely to benefit from the strengthening of bilateral ties...
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    Massive terror attacks may hit India, Pak soon: US

    Massive terror attacks may hit India, Pak soon: US Washington, Aug 13: United States with 'credible evidence' warned India, Pakistan and Middle East over possible terror attack on the countries specially at places frequented by US citizens. The State Department on Thursday, Aug 12 issued a...

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