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 'Terror' boat row: Pak says India has proved to be heinous in its face again

India has violated international rules again: Pakistan on 'ter...

Pakistan Defence Minister Khawaja Asif today said the claim by a Coast Guard official that a Pakistani boat was blown up by the force contradicted Indian governments statement. "It has one again been proved that India has violated the international rules and ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Government's New Defence Rules: Less Blacklisting, More Penalties

File photo of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar (Press Trust of India) New Delhi: In sweeping changes in rules to boost India's arsenal, foreign defence manufacturers will be allowed to hire "agents" but will need to pay a heavy penalty if rules are violated, ...
 NDTV1 month ago

India Changes Rules, Middlemen Allowed for Defence Deals

A new policy legalizing middlemen in arms purchases, a source of massive controversies in the past, will be in place soon, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has said. "The middle men have to be declared and their commission cannot be linked to the outcome of ...
 NDTV2 months ago

NITI Aayog to be leaner

It might keep less than half of PlanCom staff; rules are being prepared The National Institution for Transforming India Aayog would be leaner than its predecessor, the Planning Commission, and might retain less than half the latter’s staff. The rules on allocation of business for the Aayog are being finalised. Of the 1,200-odd staffers in the old Commission, less than half are direct recruits. The rest are on deputation or transferred from ministries. “Officials on deputation from ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Can Niti Aayog transform India?  Rediff.com2 months ago

Ministry of defence sets a three-month deadline for processing security, other clearances for infra and utility projects

NEW DELHI: The defence ministry, one of India's biggest landowners, has put in place a new time-bound policy for transfer of its land for infrastructure and utility projects after several central departments and state governments complained of ...
 Times of India5 days ago Adarsh is past; Army land deals in eight months  Economic Times5 days ago
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Preview: World Cup 2015 Quarter-final 2: India Vs Bangladesh in Melbourne

Melbourne, Mar 18: Having decimated six oppositions without much trouble, India's real title defence starts with a tricky quarter-final clash against a confident Bangladesh in the ICC Cricket World Cup, here tomorrow. (Reserve day rules) World Cup Special; ...
 One India1 week ago Quarter-final not the stage for Yasir gamble: Inzamam  DAWN Group1 week ago World Cup 2015, Highlights: Australia Defeat Pakistan, Will Face India in Semis  NDTV1 week ago World Cup 2015: Pakistan need to maintain aggressive approach against Australia  IBNLive India News1 week ago
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World Cup 2015: Five reasons why India have an upperhand in semis

World Cup 2015: Five reasons why India have an upperhand in semis New Delhi: Defending champions India are just two steps away from retaining their World Championship crown. Team India thumped Bangladesh in quarter finals to qualify for the ...
 India TV1 week ago Crucial preparatory exercise  Deccan Herald2 months ago Devangshu Datta: How the BCCI won the World Cup  Business Standard India1 week ago Lefties rule and four other Cup truths week ago

World Cup Pumpedup India ready for challenge from Bangladesh Tigers

Defending champions India look to tighten their iron grip both on the World Cup and on Bangladesh when the two neighbours meet in Melbourne for a semi-final spot Thursday. India have reached the quarter-finals with six wins in six pool games, ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Cricket: Pumped-up India braced for Tigers challenge  Yahoo! India1 week ago Pumped-up India braced for Tigers challenge  Bangkok Post1 week ago

Do Indian bowlers have the sting to ensure World Cup defence?

'Cornered wolves' Pakistan capable of causing moments of panic Bhuvneshwar Kumar of India celebrates with teammates after claiming a wicket. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images New Zealand Test cricket legend Martin Crowe has claimed that Indian fast bowlers' ability to take enough wickets in the semi-final would be the one single factor to decide the defending champion's fate in the World Cup. - VOTE: Who will win the 2015 World Cup? - Don't Miss! The Rediff Cricket Show - The ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

MS Dhoni has been able to attack because …

Mohit Sharma has been a vital cog in this bowling attack: Dravid India's World Cup defence has begun on a fantastic note with the team having won all of the 5 group games that they have played so far. While the batsmen seem to have regained the ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago World Cup: India's bowling attack has transformed ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago World Cup: India's devastating bowling attack helps ...  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago India vs Ireland: Three Indian highlights  MSN News2 weeks ago
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