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Shaurya Chakra for Mumbai-based Navy pilot

Shaurya Chakra for Mumbai-based Navy pilot

Commander Kasutubh Gosavi, a Mumbai-based Navy pilot, has been awarded the Shaurya Chakra for saving 15 lives during various helicopter search and rescue missions. “During the month of July last year, the officer was involved in four separate gallant and courageous acts wherein he was successful in saving lives of 15 personnel in a short span of 16 days,” an official statement said. “On July 3, 2014, 842 Squadron was tasked to undertake medical evacuation of a patient who was ..., 1 day ago

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Investors' wealth crosses Rs 100 trillion

Boosted by the best rally in stock market in over 5 years, the total market valuation of all listed firms at the Bombay Stock Exchange on Thursday reclaimed the Rs 100 trillion- mark after RBI's surprise move to cut repo rate. Helped by a buoyant market, the landmark level was reached in early morning trade when the market capitalisation (m-cap) of BSE listed firm's rose to Rs 100.07 lakh crore. At the end of the day, the total market value of all BSE listed companies stood at Rs 100.44 ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

AAP has mastery in dharnas, BJP in administration, says Modi at Ramlila

Kickstarting Bharatiya Janata Party’s poll campaign for Delhi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday wooed voters with a host of promises as he singled out ‘anarchist’ Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal for attack and asked voters to punish him for “wasting” one year. Without naming Kejriwal or his party, Modi said at a rally that if the AAP leader wants to be an “anarchist” as he has claimed to be, he should go to jungles to join naxals ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Truth about unholy intentions

The incident of blowing up of a boat coming from Pakistan in the Arabian sea after interception by Indian Coast Guard has not only evoked the memories of audacious terror attacks in Mumbai but also highlighted the fact that neighbouring country's ...
 Jagran Post2 weeks ago

Will speak to India in language they understand, says Pak minister

Amid a war of words between India and Pakistan over cross-border firing, Pakistan’s Defence Minister has alleged that India wants to keep his country busy in a “low-intensity war”. “India wants to keep us busy in a low-intensity war or low-intensity engagement on our eastern border. They are pursuing the same tactics of keeping our forces busy on all fronts,” Defence Minister Khawaja Asif said. Asif also appeared to threaten India with retaliation over the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Maharashtra CM says no probe; PK film shows to continue

Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has ruled out any probe into Aamir Khan starrer PK, a day after the Ministry of State for Home Affairs ordered an inquiry into the film's 'content' amidst raging protests, and promised adequate protection for its smooth screening. "There will be no inquiry. Shows of PK will continue all over Maharashtra and we will provide necessary protection to ensure smooth screening of the film," he told reporters. Amid protests by ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

UN keeps touch with Afghan Taliban for the sake of mankind

"We think it is really important to engage all  parties to the conflict on the question of civilian casualties," Nicholas  Haysom, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United  Nations Assistance Mission in ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

Concrete walls, three gates, good lighting... MHA's advisory for schools after Peshawar attack

In the wake of the terror attack on the Army Public School in Peshwar, Pakistan, the home ministry has issued the following advisory to all  educational institutions. The Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) mandated for schools include... -- All schools to display names and numbers of nearest police station prominently.-- Good lighting in the school.-- Build concrete boundary walls with at least three gates.Officials have said that some schools would be given special instructions ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

'We got DDLJ on Asha Bhosle's recommendation'

'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge was the highest point of our life,' Lalit Pandit tells Subhash K Jha. Jatin-Lalit’s music in Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge plays an important role in making the movie as popular as it has become. Lalit Pandit shares some little known facts about the making of this memorable music with Subhash K Jha.  Your songs in DDLJ are fresh and hummed by a generation that wasn’t even born when the film ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

For a player, winning is the ultimate aim to show progress: Saina

Saina Nehwal of India and Chen Long of China pose with the trophy after the draw ceremony and press conference for the BWF Destination Dubai World Superseries Finals. Photograph: Warren Little/Getty Images for Falcon She clinched three individual titles and a couple of bronze medals at prestigious team events this season but far from satiated, ace Indian shuttlerSaina Nehwal feels she could have garnered more trophies had it not been for some missed opportunities.  After ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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