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    " It's India's right to have Permanent seat at UN Security Council " -PM Modi

    It's India's right to have permanent seat in UN Security Council: Modi - Rediff.com India News Addressing Indian citizens at community reception in France, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that India has the right to demand permanent seat in UN Security Council. Speaking at...
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    How India should deal with China's proposal to link Maritime Silk Route to India's "Mausam" ?

    Ready to link Maritime Silk Route plans with India’s ‘Mausam’ project, China says - The Times of India BEIJING: Ahead of this week's annual defence dialogue, China has expressed its readiness to work with India to link its ambitious Maritime Silk Route plans with India's "Mausam" project in a...
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    The fauj does not advertise secularism, but practises it every day

    The fauj does not advertise secularism, but practises it every day - Rediff.com India News 'Those of us who have seen the Indian military from close quarters for decades now are outraged at Admiral Sushil Kumar's irresponsible and in my view flippant remark,' says Nitin A Gokhale. 'What makes...
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    Army widow turns battle-ready officer

    Army widow turns battle-ready officer - The Times of India CHENNAI: As an Army officer's wife, Ruchi Verma had a peaceful life till 2013 when her husband Major Vineet Verma died in action in the insurgency-hit Balipara, Assam. The 'veer nari' title given to army widows wasn't enough for Verma...
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    Obama's India visit a superficial rapprochement: China

    Obama's India visit a superficial rapprochement: China - The Times of India BEIJING: US President Barack Obama's unprecedented second visit to India is a "superficial rapprochement" given their hard differences on issues like climate change and nuclear energy cooperation, a wary China said on...
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    IIT-Bombay may get Rs 100 crore aid to form DRDO-like body

    IIT-Bombay may get Rs 100 crore aid to form DRDO-like body - The Times of India NEW DELHI: The country's police forces may soon be armed with a direct supply line of latest technology — such as drones, advanced communication systems and video analytic equipment — as the Centre is likely to...
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    India, United States close to breaking nuclear-deal deadlock

    Obama visit: India, United States close to breaking nuclear-deal deadlock - The Times of India? NEW DELHI: Hours ahead of US President Barack Obama's arrival here, India and the US seemed to be on the verge of a breakthrough in their negotiations to break the deadlock in operationalizing the...
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    World backs India against ‘bully’ US

    World backs India against ‘bully’ US - The Times of India? NEW DELHI: Apprehensive of the US exerting pressure on India to dilute the public health safeguards in its patent laws, organizations from across the world have signed a global petition supporting India's patent law and urging India to...
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    " Given who we had in the past , Parrikar is a Gem of Wisdom "

    'Given who we had in the past, Parrikar is a gem of wisdom' - Rediff.com India News There is no stopping retired army colonel and strategic affairs, defence and diplomacy expert Ajai Shukla when it comes to Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar. Colonel Shukla demolishes Parrikar's arguments...
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    Some Ex PMs Compromised India's Deep Assets : Parrikar

    Some ex-PMs 'compromised' India's deep assets: Parrikar - Rediff.com India News Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday alleged that some former prime ministers had compromised the country's ‘deep assets’ on national security but refrained from naming them. Parrikar said he did not give...
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    Containing China: Why India and US are building close defence ties

    Containing China: Why India and US are building close defence ties - Rediff.com India News 'India-US defence pacts are seen by many analysts as a subtle move to jointly contain China's growing militarism, especially in the strategic Indian Ocean Region,' says Rahul Bedi. US President Barack...
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    Navy mulling proposal to allow women on warships

    Navy mulling proposal to allow women on warships - The Times of India NEW DELHI: Women officers may soon be aboard the Indian Navy's warships as it is working out a policy in this regard, a senior officer said on Tuesday. Commodore BK Munjal, who is in charge of the navy's women contingent at...
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    Final stamp on US academics teaching in India likely during Obama's visit

    Final stamp on US academics teaching in India likely during Obama's visit | Zee News New Delhi: International academicians could be paid as high as USD 12,000 for a 20-day teaching session in institutes here under a government sponsored-programme to help students across the streams get...
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    India on cusp of breaking out, says Suzuki chief

    Modi at the helm: India on cusp of breaking out, says Suzuki chief- Nikkei Asian Review MUMBAI -- Enormous changes are about to take place in India as Prime Minister Narendra Modi spearheads economic reforms and promotes manufacturing in the country, according to the head of Japan's Suzuki...
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    Acche Din aa Gaye - Ramdev made Haryana’s brand ambassador

    Ramdev made Haryana’s brand ambassador - The Times of India HARIDWAR: The BJP government in Haryana has appointed yoga guru Ramdev the state's brand ambassador. Haryana has ambitious plans to promote yoga and ayurveda in a big way. Announcing this at a news conference at the Divya Yog Mandir...
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    Open water swimmer Bhakti Sharma sets world record in Antarctic Ocean

    Open water swimmer Bhakti Sharma sets world record in Antarctic Ocean - The Times of India NEW DELHI: India's open water swimmer Bhakti Sharma has set a world record by swimming 1.4 miles in 52 minutes in one degree temperature at Antarctic Ocean. She has bettered the earlier record of...
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    India will catch up with China's growth in 2 years: World Bank

    India will catch up with China's growth in 2 years: World Bank - Rediff.com Business India will catch up with China's growth at 7 per cent during 2016-17, the World Bank has forecast, saying India's economy has recovered in the wake of the economic reform measures taken by the new Indian...
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    Isro's Mars Orbiter programme team wins US award

    Isro's Mars Orbiter programme team wins US award - The Times of India? NEW DELHI: India's Mars Orbiter programme team has won the 2015 Space Pioneer Award in the science and engineering category from the US based National Space Society (NSS), the society said. The NSS said in a statement that...

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