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F-16 sale: India's protests will have no effect on Obama; Pakistan is too vital to US interests in Afghanistan - Firstpost

5 years 8 months ago

Firstpost

F-16 sale: India's protests will have no effect on Obama; Pakistan is too vital to US interests in Afghanistan
Firstpost
Days after US Senate Foreign Relations chairman Bob Corker wrote to John Kerry saying he couldn't allow taxpayers' money to fund the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the Obama administration has notified a deal involving of eight such fighter ...
Congress takes dig at PM Narendra Modi's foreign policyEconomic Times
Congress questions PM Modi's foreign policyMoneycontrol.com

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#SeditionDebate: Sticks and stones might break India's bones but words will never hurt it - Firstpost

5 years 8 months ago

Firstpost

#SeditionDebate: Sticks and stones might break India's bones but words will never hurt it
Firstpost
It was not a case of overkill. Slapping sedition charges against the wayward JNU students, following it up with police raids on their hostels, arrest of the lone student leader who had not gone into hiding and uncompromising statements by the Union ...
Godse revered by rightwing students. Is that sedition?: Happymon JacobCatch News
Legal experts ridicule sedition charges against JNU students who raised alleged anti-India slogansSikhSiyasat.Net
Sedition law, a grey areaThe Hindu
Scroll.in -Chandigarh Tribune -The Wire
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Frustrated not with India, but governance of India: Amartya Sen - Times of India

5 years 8 months ago

Times of India

Frustrated not with India, but governance of India: Amartya Sen
Times of India
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen says he is not frustrated with India but governance of India. In an interview to The Times of India he calls for greater government focus on healthcare, education and social safety net to make growth more robust. Excerpts ...
'We have been much too tolerant with intolerance, this has to end': Amartya SenFirstpost
"We Have Been too Tolerant Even of Intolerance"Google (press release)
Indians Have Been 'Much Too Tolerant' Of Intolerance: Amartya SenBW Businessworld
Press Trust of India -Scroll.in
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Missing Bihar's Army captain makes dramatic appearance at a UP police station - Times of India

5 years 8 months ago

Zee News

Missing Bihar's Army captain makes dramatic appearance at a UP police station
Times of India
PATNA: Seven days after he went missing from a running New Delhi-bound train in between Patna and Buxar in Bihar in mysterious circumstances, Army captain Sikhardeep on Saturday walked to a police station in Faizabad district in Uttar Pradesh. "I ...
UP: Army captain who went 'missing' reappears in FaizabadHindustan Times
Army official missing from Bihar for six days found in FaizabadIndia.com
'Missing' Army Captain makes surprise appearance after a weekEconomic Times

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Arunachal governor JP Rajkhowa creating political turmoil: NCP - Economic Times

5 years 8 months ago

The Sangai Express

Arunachal governor JP Rajkhowa creating political turmoil: NCP
Economic Times
ITANAGAR: The NCP has alleged Arunachal Pradesh Governor JP Rajkhowa of creating political turmoil in the state. Party's state unit president Gicho Kabak in a statement today alleged that the current situation in the state is an "onslaught of the BJP ...
Arunachal Governor Rajkhowa to SC: 'Court can't decide on validity of advancing assembly session'Firstpost
Governor can't take away speaker's powers: SCTimes of India
Governor can't take away Speaker's powers, says Supreme CourtThe Hans India

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Mortal remains of 9 soldiers flown to Siachen base camp - Zee News

5 years 8 months ago

Zee News

Mortal remains of 9 soldiers flown to Siachen base camp
Zee News
Jammu: The mortal remains of nine soldiers who died in an avalanche on Siachen glacier were on Saturday brought down to Siachen base in Ladakh sector from where they will be later taken to Leh after the weather clears. "All the mortal remains have ...
Soldiers' bodies brought to base camp 10 days after Siachen avalancheHindustan Times
Siachen: Mortal remains of 9 soldiers successfully airlifted to base campBusiness Standard
1 Soldier Dies Every Month in Siachen; 869 Indian Troops Died Since 1984The New Indian Express
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PM Modi wants to terrorise everyone using police: Kejriwal on JNU campus row - Business Standard

5 years 8 months ago

Zee News

PM Modi wants to terrorise everyone using police: Kejriwal on JNU campus row
Business Standard
The row over 'anti-India' slogans being raised at an event at the Jawaharlal Nehru University against the hanging of 2001 Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru is escalating by the minute as in a fresh development, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ...
JNU protest: Kejriwal hits out at PM Modi, says targetting innocents will prove costly to himZee News
Ravidas Jayanti: Kejriwal to visit Varanasi — same day as PM ModiThe Indian Express
Arvind Kejriwal: Modi can terrorise using policeNewsx
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All-Female Indian Peacekeeping Unit Inspiration For All: Ban Ki-Moon - NDTV

5 years 8 months ago

NDTV

All-Female Indian Peacekeeping Unit Inspiration For All: Ban Ki-Moon
NDTV
Ban underscored that the conduct of the FPU served as an example of how the deployment of more female uniformed personnel can help the United Nations. United Nations: Hailing India's women peacekeeping unit in Liberia as an inspiration for all, UN ...
All-woman Indian peacekeeping unit an inspiration: UN chiefChandigarh Tribune
Indian women peacekeepers an inspiration, says BanBusiness Standard

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No discrimination in selection of 'smart cities': Naidu - Moneycontrol.com

5 years 8 months ago

Moneycontrol.com

No discrimination in selection of 'smart cities': Naidu
Moneycontrol.com
Neither me nor BJP has anything to do with the selection." "The 20 cities that have qualified to build smart infrastructure in the first phase of the scheme managed it only through tough competition and better performance," Naidu said.
No discrimination in selection of 'smart cities': Venkaiah NaiduDaily News & Analysis
Medium and small cities to be made Smart : CMCentral Chronicle
India looks up to MP for ushering growth58 Naidu | Indore NYOOOZNYOOOZ
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AAP will get 48 seats if Delhi goes to polls again: Survey - Moneycontrol.com

5 years 8 months ago

Moneycontrol.com

AAP will get 48 seats if Delhi goes to polls again: Survey
Moneycontrol.com
According to the poll conducted by ABP News-Nielsen, and published, the sole opposition BJP's position is likely to get better with 22 seats against 3 seats the party managed to secure in 2015 Assembly election.
AAPs Sanjay Singh: We all accept Arvind Kejriwals leadershipCatch News
Civil society slams AAP decision to use public funds for Saraswati PujaThe Hindu
Farmer suicide at AAP rally: Police question Kumar Vishwas, Pandey issued noticeThe Indian Express
Livemint -Daily News & Analysis -Zee News
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F16s sale to Pak: India summons US ambassador - Hindu Business Line

5 years 8 months ago

Hindu Business Line

F16s sale to Pak: India summons US ambassador
Hindu Business Line
Foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar on Saturday summoned US Ambassador Richard Verma to convey India's “displeasure” over sale of F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan. Ads by Google. -. New Delhi, Feb 13: India today summoned US Ambassador Richard Verma ...
US approves sale of 8 F-16 jets to Pakistan despite opposition, India miffedABP Live
India expresses 'displeasure' to Richard Verma over US decision to sell F16s to PakANINEWS
US Sells F16 Fighter Jets To Pakistan, Angry India Summons Ambassador Richard VermaHuffington Post India
Deccan Herald -Deccan Chronicle
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Karnataka: Young Muslim girl tops Ramayana exam scoring 93% - Daily News & Analysis

5 years 8 months ago

Daily News & Analysis

Karnataka: Young Muslim girl tops Ramayana exam scoring 93%
Daily News & Analysis
The Ramayana Exam in Dakshin Kannada has been topped by Fathimath Rahila of Puttur. A leading daily reports that the 9th standard student scored 93% to top it. The exam was conducted by the Bharatha Sanskriti Prathisthan in November 2015. Fathimath ...
Karnataka Muslim girl tops Ramayana exam with 93 | Mangalore NYOOOZNYOOOZ
Muslim girl scores 93 % in Ramayana exam, prepares for Mahabharata nowThe Indian Express
Karnataka Muslim girl secures 93% in Ramayana examIndia Today
Zee News -indiatvnews.com -India.com
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Couple offers diamond-studded crown worth Rs 1 crore to Lord Tirupati - India Today

5 years 8 months ago

India Today

Couple offers diamond-studded crown worth Rs 1 crore to Lord Tirupati
India Today
A couple presented a diamond-studded crown worth Rs 1 crore to Lord Venkateswara at Tirumala today. IndiaToday.in · desk-itgd@intoday.com. Tirupati, February 13, 2016 | Posted by Ruchi Dua | UPDATED 11:48 IST. A +A -. Couple offers diamond-studded ...
5 lakh devout thronged Venkateshwara feteThe Hindu
Venkateswara Vaibhavotsavam concludes on grand noteThe Hans India
Over 5 lakhs witness SVV: TTD JEO BhaskarWeb India 123

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National Herald case: Gandhis to face trial after SC refuses to put criminal proceedings on hold - Firstpost

5 years 8 months ago

IBNLive

National Herald case: Gandhis to face trial after SC refuses to put criminal proceedings on hold
Firstpost
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to put on hold criminal proceedings against Congress president Sonia Gandhi, vice president Rahul Gandhi and others in the National Herald case but expunged all adverse observations, inferences and ...
National Herald case: No relief from SC, Sonia and Rahul to face trialThe Indian Express
Sonia, Rahul must face trial in National Herald case, says SCTimes of India
National Herald Case: Rahul and Sonia have no reason to be relievedCatch News
Hindustan Times -The Statesman -Business Standard
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Divisive politics return as Prime Minister Narendra Modi eyes make-or-break state vote - Economic Times

5 years 8 months ago

The Indian Express

Divisive politics return as Prime Minister Narendra Modi eyes make-or-break state vote
Economic Times
MUZAFFARNAGAR: At a campaign rally in a north Indian city, a visibly drunk election worker from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's nationalist party climbs unsteadily onto the stage after being called to speak. Swaying, he unzips his leather jacket, drops ...
Divisive politics return as Narendra Modi eyes UP electionsLivemint
Muzaffarnagar talesThe Indian Express
Muzaffarnagar bypoll: Hindu-Muslim divide evident as BJP blatantly plays communal card; Samajwadi Party eyes non ...India.com
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Teri students angry over Pachauri's elevation boycott classes - Hindustan Times

5 years 8 months ago

Hindustan Times

Teri students angry over Pachauri's elevation boycott classes
Hindustan Times
A protester hold placards during a protest outside The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) office against appointment of RK Pachauri as the vice-chairman of the institute. (AFP Photo). Share. Share. Share. Share. From boycotting classes, to having ...
Keeping up appearances: #PachauriHatgaya but TERI council is not being tough enoughFirstpost
Teri panel sends Pachauri on indefinite leaveTimes of India
RK Pachauri goes on indefinite leave from TERIIndia Today
The Indian Express -Economic Times -Daily News & Analysis
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BJP will protect Assamese identity, says Assam CM candidate Sarbananda Sonowal - India Today

5 years 8 months ago

India Today

BJP will protect Assamese identity, says Assam CM candidate Sarbananda Sonowal
India Today
Raking up the vexed issue of illegal migration, BJP's chief ministerial candidate in Assam, Sarbananda Sonowal, said migrants from Bangladesh have been posing a threat to the identity of the 'sons of the soil'. Chetan Sharma · Chetan.Sharma@mailtoday.in.
Union Ministers disempowered in Modi regime, Tarun Gogoi saysThe Hindu
'We will protect Assamese identity', vows BJP Chief Minister candidate Sarbananda SonowalDaily Mail

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SC pushes govt to bring back Indian construction workers abducted by IS - India Today

5 years 8 months ago

India Today

SC pushes govt to bring back Indian construction workers abducted by IS
India Today
The direction came after a PIL was filed by lawyer Gaurav Kumar Bansal, who sought a direction to the MEA to intervene and expedite the process of release of the abducted Indians. Harish V Nair · harish.nair@mailtoday.in. New Delhi, February 13, 2016 ...
Appoint officer for release of IS hostages: Supreme CourtTimes of India
Government told to appoint officer to handle Indian hostages abroadThe Hans India
Indian citizens abducted by ISIS in Iraq: SC directs Centre to appoint Nodal OfficerZee News
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