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PM Modi commissions Scorpene-class submarine Kalvari
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PM Modi commissions Scorpene-class submarine Kalvari

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday  commissioned the first Scorpene class submarine Kalvari into the Indian Navy, saying it was an excellent example of the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative and a “big step” in the country’s defence preparedness. Modi boarded the submarine and unveiled its plaque, after meeting veterans of the first Kalvari who were present at the commissioning ceremony. He said the last three years (of Bharatiya Janata ... Rediff.com, 18 hours ago
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Where tourists come to recall Longewala battle

In 1971, the Indian army abrogated Pakistan army which entered in Longewala border and this war was written in the Indian history as one of the greatest victories of Indian army. The Longewala War Memorial near the border established by the Indian Army as ...
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In Dhaka, Pope apologises for indifference towards Rohingyas

Pope Francis on Friday apologised for the “indifference” of the world towards the plight of Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya community as he referred them by their ethnic name publically in Bangladesh for the first time during his historic tour to Asia. IMAGE:  Francis blessed the Rohingyas, held their hands and intently listened to their heart-rending tales of escape. Photograph: Damir Sagolj/Reuters Over 620,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh ...
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Will the tumultuous events in Saudi affect Indian oil?

India expects to remain unscathed this time, mainly because it is in a sweet spot as the world’s third largest oil consumer, after the US and China, says Subhomoy Bhattacharjee. The broad smiles on the face of those present at the inauguration of Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company Aramco’s new office in Gurugram in October this year were for real. The massive purge within the Saudi royal family, Aramco’s owners, hadn’t begun.   A month later, Crown Prince ...
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Green veggies costlier by up to 100%; Onion hits 2-year high

Not only primary vegetables, but also additives like garlic, ginger and chilly have recorded a sharp increase in prices Vegetables have started slipping out of consumers’ plates due to a sharp increase in their prices over the past month, on reduced supply following extended rain delaying the harvesting of the new season’s crop. Green vegetables have become costlier by up to 100 per cent during the last four weeks in both wholesale and retail markets.   Not only primary ...
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India-Pakistan fireworks at UN serve no purpose

‘Even the most appropriate responses will neither shame Pakistan, nor convince others about the genuineness of our position.’ ‘If we ignore Pakistan and direct our energies to more important issues at the UN, our position against internationalising Kashmir would be strengthened,’ says Ambassador T P Sreenivasan. East River in Manhattan is the venue of spectacular fireworks on important national occasions. The United Nations next door has its own fireworks occasionally, ...
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