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Protecting POTUS
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Protecting POTUS

40,000 security personnel guard every nook and corner of New Delhi as US President Barack Obama arrives. Members of the National Security Guard stand guard outside the Mahatma Gandhi memorial ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit. Photograph: Reuters A multi-layered security blanket was thrown around New Delhi as United States President Barack Obama arrived on Sunday on a three-day visit during which he will grace the Republic Day parade and hold extensive talks with Prime ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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BJP's Delhi challenge will be getting youth, middle class to vote

Party insiders say middle class votes can be captured if Kiran Bedi is declared BJP chief ministerial candidate. Archis Mohan reports  The Bharatiya Janata Party’s main challenge in Delhi -- bigger than winning the hearts of the city’s sizeable Dalit population or countering Arvind Kejriwal’s ‘disclosure a day’ against its leaders -- is to bring its middle class support base to the polling booths on the day of voting on February 7. ...
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Delhi poll code of conduct shadow looms over Obama visit

The code of conduct prevents an outgoing government from making any policy announcements or spending excessive amount of money The Election Commission of India is likely to hold a final meeting with officials on Monday to announce the poll schedule for legislative assembly elections in Delhi, later in the week. With that announcement, the model code of conduct will commence. The question, however, is with US President Barack Obama arriving to the capital as chief guest ...
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Obama's date with Delhi

The city readies itself for the biggest economic, political and social event of the year Amid complicated and dense analyses of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s invitation to President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at the Republic Day parade in New Delhi (Will there be a 10-year defence pact? What will happen to the nuclear liability law? Does the visit mark a red line for Sino-Indian relationship? How will it impact India-Pakistan relations?), the remarks ...
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Swine flu claims woman's life in Delhi

Over 40 people have died of swine flu, caused by the H1N1 virus, across India this year. It claimed three lives and more than a dozen people were hospitalised in Hyderabad in December alone. The woman who passed away two days ago at the Sir Ganga ...
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ISL: Kolkata close in on last four after goalless draw with Delhi

Atletico de Kolkata inched closer towards clinching a semi-final berth as they played out a goalless draw with Delhi Dynamos in a 12th round encounter ofthe Indian Super League on Tuesday.  The draw didn't harm the Kolkata outfit much as they now clawed back to second position in the league table with 18 points from 12 games. For Dynamos, Souvik Chakraborty's miss hurt them badly as 14 points from 12 games kept them in fifth position and even two wins might ...
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PM Modi flags off Kathmandu-Delhi bus service

Before the flagging off, both the Prime Ministers hopped into the bus and interacted with the travellers of the bus, which was decorated with streamers, balloons and flowers.      The bus service is touted to be a major boost in terms ...
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The house where Nehru lived

Teacher Sanjay Ahuja from Faridabad with his students at Teen Murti Bhavan, New Delhi. ‘One visit to Teen Murti Bhavan is proof that Nehru is one legend who can’t be dwarfed by temporary and futile controversies.’  ‘Here he pondered over creating excellent institutions and temples of modern India like steel plants and the Bhakra dam. Here he must have approved the first blueprints of IITs and IIMs and India's first nuclear reactors and space engines’ On the ...
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What are we celebrating on Republic Day?

R-Day is a different sort of exercise for the defence forces and the security establishment. At one level it is an enormous tamasha, at another, it is a nightmare. BSF personnel practise daredevilry on bikes during the R-Day parade rehearsal. Photograph: PTI photo The pomp and pageantry of January 26 has always been a source of mild surprise to me. Not the pomp itself. A young nation needs to celebrate its existence and India is a young nation even if it’s an old ...
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PIX: When Saudi King Abdullah visited India

  Image: King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia smiles as he speaks to then Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh before the king's departure at New Delhi airport January 27, 2006. King Abdullah was the chief guest for India's 57th Republic Day celebrations. Photograph: Kamal Kishore/Reuters In January 2006, King Abdullah became the first Saudi monarch in 51 years to visit India. Saudi King Abdullah, one of the wealthiest and most powerful leaders in the world, died aged 90 on Friday. The ...
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