The Naga Students' Federation (NSF), apex students’ body in Nagaland has urged the Government of India to take necessary action against the Chief Minister of Assam for "misleading" the Central leaders and also for "creating fear psychosis, border ... Outlook, 11 hours ago
KATHMANDU: A seven-member delegation, appointed by the government today, is leaving for New Delhi tomorrow to hold negotiations on the much-touted Power Trade Agreement (PTA) with the Indian government. If talks turn out to be fruitful, energy secretaries of ...Himalayan times, 2 weeks ago American Senators hope Modi's visit will strengthen Indo-US ties Jagran Post, 1 day ago American Senators hope Narendra Modi's visit will strengthen Indo-US ties IndiaTV News, 18 hours ago Nepal hails India's initiatives to boost ties with neighbours IndiaTV News, 2 weeks ago
Islamabad: The Pakistan government’s contentious decision to obtain four new buses with low capacity for shipping luggage for the Pakistan-India Bus Service has given an opportuniy to India to get a major portion of the revenue.The Pakistan Tourism ...IndiaTV News, 3 days ago Pak Army denies involvement in political crisis IndiaTV News, 1 week ago Political crisis in Pakistan may impact ties with India: Report Jagran Post, 1 week ago Ready to talk J-K within bilateral framework: India to Pak IndiaTV News, 3 weeks ago
Forced to cut the volume of coal sold through electronic auction, government-owned Coal India Ltd is likely to go for a rise in the notified price for sales under fuel supply agreements with power companies.The company bought peace with the Union coal ministry by agreeing to almost halve its e-auction sales at 30 million tonnes this year, to make more coal available for the fuel-starved power sector. However, this would come at a cost, with a rationale for a rise in the price of what is sold to ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago Now, PM seeks people's views on his 'Clean India' mission Rediff.com, 1 week ago India urges scrapping of illegal mine permits Himalayan times, 1 week ago Coal India workers to go on slowdown stir from 18th September Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago
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New Delhi: The real test for India’s new government would lie in how it embraces unpopular decisions which would be of benefit to the country, Microsoft founder Bill Gates has said.“The real test of the government is whether they are willing to do ...IndiaTV News, 2 days ago
The Japanese government’s promise of investing $35 billion (3.5 trillion yen) into infrastructure projects in India comes with conditions. The promise was made by Japan’s prime minister, Shinzo Abe, to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi during the latter’s recent visit. However, the money will come only after Japanese investors find a better business environment, with projects coming up. The announcement of $35-billion investment into India’s infrastructure over five ...Rediff.com, 5 days ago
During the meeting here, Steinmeier conveyed Germany’s strong desire to work with the new government in India to further expand and deepen bilateral relations. Modi lauded Germany’s remarkable economic resurgence over the past decade, a PMO ...Jagran Post, 1 week ago Narendra Modi likely to attend technology fair in Germany next year Jagran Post, 4 days ago Germany respects India's concern on food security Jagran Post, 3 days ago India, Germany 'made for each other': Narendra Modi IndiaTV News, 1 week ago
One of India’s biggest watch makers, HMT Watches will wind up soon. The government has decided to shut down the company as it has been making losses since 2000, says a report in The Indian Express. The company’s net loss has gone up to Rs 242.47 crore (Rs 2.42 billion) in 2012-13 from Rs 224.04 crore (Rs 2.24 billion) in 2011-12. Reeling under a severe financial crisis, the company does not even have funds to pay salaries. Incorporated in 1953 by the government of ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Vintage HMT Watches ?beaten by time?, set to close down Jagran Post, 1 week ago Why time ran out for HMT Rediff.com, 6 days ago
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The country’s energy sector achieved two major milestones last week. First was the Cabinet’s endorsement of the Power Trade Agreement initialled by energy secretaries of Nepal and India. Second was the signing of the Project Development Agreement ...Himalayan times, 1 hour ago
New Delhi : After culminating his two-day Gujarat tour, during which he launched state government’s ‘Swavalamban Abhiyan’ and attended Chinese President Xi Jinping, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who on September 17 turned 64, took to Twitter ...IndiaTV News, 1 day ago PM Narendra Modi launches several Gujarat government schemes under 'Swavalamban Abhiyan' IndiaTV News, 4 days ago Narendra Modi shouldn't be blamed for 2002 riots in Gujarat: Australian PM IndiaTV News, 2 weeks ago
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