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India safe under Modi: RSS chief Bhagwat

NEW DELHI: In a full-throated endorsement of the Narendra Modi government midway through its term, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has said the nation is in safe hands with several swayamsevaks holding key positions in the government. He was speaking at a ... Times of India, 22 minutes ago

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Neeraj's Rio entry sought

The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) has written to the world governing body International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to consider new junior world record holder javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra for a wild card entry to next month's Rio ...
 The Telegraph1 hour ago Rio Olympics: AFI requests wild card entry for junior world record holder Neeraj Chopra  First Post.com5 hours ago AFI asks IAAF for Olympics wild card entry for Chopra  Business Standard7 hours ago India seek Rio Olympics wildcard entry for Neeraj Chopra  India Today5 hours ago

Dhaka reaches out to UAE, US & India in terror fight

NEW DELHI: The Sheikh Hasina government is simultaneously approaching USA and UAE along with India extending its probe into the deadly terror strike at the upscale Dhaka market on July 1 that killed 20 foreigners as well as to ramp up its ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago

New Rules From Government For Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Kit Retrofitment

The Indian road transport ministry appears interested in promoting electric vehicles in the country. Recently, it had announced to include electric vehicles in government vehicle fleets. Now it has pushed new rules for the retrofitment of the hybrid ...
 Asian Age5 days ago Ford India exits electric vehicle consortium  Livemint.com2 hours ago

Government wants emotional bond with Kashmir: Rajnath

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said the Indian government doesn't want any "forcible" bond with Jammu and Kashmir but a relationship based on emotions."We are not for a forcible tie-up with Kashmir but want to build emotional ties," Rajnath Singh ...
 Prokerala10 hours ago Want relationship with Kashmiris based on emotional bonds, not just based on necessities, says Rajnath Singh  Sify2 hours ago Want an emotional relation with Pak, not a 'need-based' one: HM  Sify9 hours ago Want emotional relationship with people of Kashmir: Rajnath  Deccan Herald9 hours ago

India refuses to renew visas for 3 Chinese journalists

India's government has refused to renew the visas for three Chinese journalists working for China's official Xinhua News Agency, an official said Sunday, meaning they will have to leave the country by the end of this month. The post India refuses to renew ...
 Himalayan times11 hours ago India Bans Journalists from China's Xinhua News as Regional Tensions Mount  Sputnik3 hours ago India expels 3 Chinese correspondents for un-journalistic activities  Manila Times11 hours ago India asks 3 Chinese journalists to leave country  FOXNews.com17 hours ago
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Indian abducted in Kabul rescued, family hails government

NEWDELHI/KOLKATA: Judith DSouza, Indian aid worker abducted in Kabul, reached New Delhi on Saturday evening after a month and half in captivity. She landed in Delhi accompanied by Indian Ambassador to Afghanistan Manpreet Vohra. Judith, 40, ...
 New Indian Express21 hours ago Kidnapped Indian aid worker rescued  Asian Age1 day ago I am safe and healthy, Judith says after reaching India  Times of India1 day ago Judith D'Souza meets PM Modi  Sify1 day ago

India, Pakistan spar over Kashmir

Young masked Kashmiri protesters throw stones at Indian government forces in Srinagar. (Photo: PTI) India and Pakistan crossed swords over the situation in Kashmir yet again, with Islamabad declaring slain Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani a martyr and ...
 Asian Age1 week ago India urges security forces to exercise restraint in Kashmir  Sharenet8 hours ago World reluctant to sacrifice business with India for Kashmir: Analyst  Press TV16 hours ago India urges security forces to exercise restraint in Kashmir  Bangladesh Daily Star28 minutes ago

India Trying To Be At Centre Stage Of Indian Ocean Politics: Ram Madhav

Ram Madhav said that the BJP-led NDA government at the centre is 'acting East' in a big way now. Hyderabad: India is trying to come to the "centre stage" of Indian Ocean politics where China is a "big player" as the region is going to play a major ...
 NDTV5 hours ago 'India trying to be at the centre stage of Indian Ocean  Press Trust of India8 hours ago India Trying To Be At The Centre Sage Of Indian Ocean Politics: Ram Madhav  NDTV4 hours ago India trying to be at the centre stage of Indian Ocean politics  Financial Express8 hours ago
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Declare India a 'Hindu' nation, beaten secular drum for too long: Sena

Mumbai: Firing a fresh salvo at the Narendra Modi government, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday questioned the Centre's handling of the Kashmir situation and accused BJP of "failing" Hindus, while noting that a "hazy situation" was ...
 Deccan Chronicle8 hours ago Shiv Sena chief accuses BJP of 'failing' Hindus, urges India to be declared a Hindu nation  Firstpost.com10 hours ago
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