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On his birthday, PM Modi inaugurates 'engineering miracle' Sardar Dam
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Sardar Dam an engineering miracle that faced many hurdles: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the Sardar Sarovar Dam on the Narmada river, saying no other project in the world has faced so many hurdles as this "engineering miracle" which many people had "conspired to stop". He also said that the dam, ... Deccan Herald, 2 days ago

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Hampi man kickstarts global trip on Himalayan bike

Three years after a fascinating 18,000-km bike ride across Asia and Europe, mechanical engineer Kedarnath G M is at it again. But this time, the man from Hampi has raised the bar, revved up his Royal Enfield Himalayan bike for an unprecedented three lakh-km ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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The daunting tasks facing Suresh Prabhu

Mr Prabhu has a big challenge ahead in implementing trade reforms to regain the lost export momentum, says Jayanta Roy. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Suresh Prabhu has become the Minister of Commerce and Industry at a critical juncture when the gross domestic product growth has dipped to 5.7 per cent and most economists are belatedly acknowledging that the steady decline of exports is a principal cause of the falling growth rate. Policymakers are also grappling with growth without jobs.
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The Scotsman who loves India

'You have to separate the concept of India as a nation State which is very young and the Upanishadic wisdom which is timeless.' In the second part of his conversation with Rediff.com's Archana Masih at his home in Mussoorie, Bill Aitken speaks about spending over a decade in ashrams in the Himalayas, learning Hindi, the regard for a guru and love for a maharani -- and glorious journeys that changed his life forever. Part I: The Scotsman who knows India better than many of us   ...
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The Scotsman who knows India better than many of us

'Men of the calibre of Shri Ramana Maharishi, Satya Sai Baba, Shri Aurobindo -- you don't get that level of excellence in the West.''The quality of Indian saints is unmatched.'Bill Aitken came to India nearly 60 years ago. He never returned.An Indian citizen since 1972, he speaks to Rediff.com's Archana Masih about finding a religion, a country and discovering India on steam engines and motorbikes.   IMAGE: Writer and scholar of Hinduism, Bill Aitken arrived in India in 1959 and took ...
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Creating the right environment

After terming it a 'roadblock ministry' under the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) regime, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance government has set about changing the face of the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change ...
 DNA1 week ago
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The Indian touch is what BRICS needs

'The BRICS anthem has to necessarily be an anthem of Vedic times -- Walk together, Dream together, Achieve together.''And who knows it better than Modi?' says Tarun Vijay. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra D Modi prepares to shake hands with Chinese President Xi Jinping (not pictured) at the BRICS summit in Xiamen, China, September 4, 2017.In case you missed it: The Modi-Xi bonhomie in China!Photograph: Wu Hong/Reuters   Having finished his talks with President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister ...
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Shadow States: tracing decades of Sino-Indian competition leading up to '62 war

Shadow States , a fascinating account of Sino-Indian competition in the eastern Himalayas from 1910 to 1962, has come out at a time when some say India is still trying to win the 1962 war. The author, Berenice Guyot-Rechard, uses the term “shadow ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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New bomber will complete China's nuclear Triad

[China]July 26 (ANI): The People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has traditionally been a defensive military force designed to protect Chinese airspace and territory. However, under its current offshore defense doctrine strategy, the PLA has moved its ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Air Force played important role to soften enemy targets: Narayan Menon

While the Indian army showed exemplary courage during Kargil war and recaptured all the posts from the enemy, the Indian Air Force (IAF) also played a significant role in supporting the army by softening enemy targets who were sitting up in the mountains with ...
 DNA1 month ago
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