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China wants 'fair, sensible' solution to India's 'whole lot of problems'
Times of India

Millions stretch and bend for International Yoga Day Indian P...

CHINA: Chinese enthusiasts practicing yoga at Futian sports park in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong province. — AFP CHANDIGARH, India: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called yoga a people's mass movement as he took to the mat yesterday ... Kuwait Times, 1 week ago
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Will wage jihad to free Pakistan rivers from India: Saeed

Saeed, on whose head the U.S. has put a bounty of USD 10 million, claimed "freedom movement" of the Kashmiris is "gaining momentum day by day". JuD chief and Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed has said he will wage a war against India to get ...
 The Hindu4 days ago Rajajinagar residents take to streets on Cycle Day  Deccan Herald3 days ago Will Wage 'Jihad' to 'Free' Pak Rivers From India: Hafiz Saeed  News18.com4 days ago Will wage jehad to free Pak rivers from India: Saeed  New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago
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E Pao!

India's Smart Cities Vision overlooks poor

Alliance of various people's movements says no affordable housing for underprivileged envisaged Mumbai: India's Smart Cities Vision overlooks poor people and will only lead to exclusive cities, a coalition of of diverse people's movements and ...
 Gulf News1 day ago 300th day of JAC's movement Hill people gather to pay homage to nine slain people  E Pao!3 days ago Smart City project a successful mass movement, says Modi  The Hindu4 days ago Smart City a people's movement: PM  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago
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Mother Teresa part of a conspiracy for 'Christianisation' of India: Adityanath

hristianisation of India. Incidents of Christianisation had led to separatist movements in parts of North-East, including Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland," the Gorakhpur MP said. Addressing a Ram Katha programme here on Saturday, ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago "Teresa part of a plot for 'Christianisation' of India"  Press Trust of India1 week ago Mother Teresa conspired for 'Christianisation' of India: Yogi Adityanath  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago PTI - ADITYANATH - Teresa part of a conspiracy for 'Christianisation' of India: Adityanath  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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Northeast India's international borders will be fenced: Official

International borders of the northeastern states would either be fenced or sealed to check trans-border movement of militants and prevent infiltration and cross-border crimes, a top Union Home Ministry official said here on Friday."Government has different ...
 Prokerala5 days ago Focus on border fencing  The Telegraph4 days ago International borders of North-eastern states will be fenced to check trans-border movement  First Post.com5 days ago NE India's international borders to be fenced  E Pao!3 days ago
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Brexit will hamper movement of professionals from India to UK

By Sarosh Zaiwalla June 23 marks an important day in the United Kingdom. It is the day the British government holds a referendum to determine whether they should remain in the European Union or not. This debate has been termed "Brexit" or ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Brexit: As referendum draws near, here's why India is on the toes  Firstpost.com6 days ago Brexit: All you need to know about the India impact of the referendum  Firstpost.com6 days ago
Times of India

India Links NSG Bid With China Ties

12:19 am FOLLOW US: Tells Beijing it must look after India's interests for forward movement in bilateral ties; NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries. New Delhi : The NSG is likely to meet again before the end of the year to ...
 The Freepress Journal3 days ago Take care of our 'interests' to further bilateral ties, India tells China  Times of India3 days ago

Ali Fazal takes a course on movement and speech from Broadway stalwarts inLondon

Bollywood actor Ali Fazal, who has worked in several reputed theatre productions in India, recently had a taste of Broadway. Ali was in London recently, where chanced upon one of the most reputed Broadway productions, The Book of Mormons. After ...
 Yahoo! India3 days ago
First Post.com

Nuclear Suppliers Group plenary: Little movement since 2008 'relationship with India' talks

The United States on Monday asked the members of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) to consider and support India's application to join the grouping during their plenary meeting in Seoul beginning on Tuesday. This came a day after China's ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago Pakistan, India NSG should consider applications simultaneously: FO  Business Recorder6 days ago

Chennai port to use RFID for container movement

Chennai port is India’s first major port to have a paperless container movement using Radio Frequency Identification Device to enable container trailers enter port without any manual intervention. The...
 Business Line4 weeks ago NMPT expects more cargo movement  The Hindu2 weeks ago Vizag Port declared as second gateway port for Nepal  The Hindu1 week ago
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