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Dalai Lama's Arunachal visit will damage ties with India, warns China

Dalai Lama's Arunachal visit will damage ties with India, warn...

China on Friday objected to Dalai Lama’s scheduled visit to Arunachal Pradesh, saying the invitation to the Tibetan spiritual leader “will only damage peace and stability of the border areas” as well as its ties with India.    The invitation to the “Dalai Lama for activity in the disputed areas between China and India will only damage peace stability of the border areas as well as the bilateral relationship between China and India”, Chinese ..., 18 minutes ago

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I am not training the way I used to train 20 years ago: Paes

IMAGE: India's tennis legend Leander Paes. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images. Practising his strokes for over seven million times has given him an unforgettable muscle memory and an uncompromising diet has kept his enviable fitness intact in an astonishing 25-year long career but Leander Paes is not training the way he used to train 20 years ago. The 43-year-old has just finished another season in his glorious career and he is not finished yet. Rather, he has set himself a new target ...
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No justification! Govt slams Pak for expelling Indian diplomat

India condemns expulsion of its High Commission staffer in Islamabad, says Pakistan has given no justification for its action. The MEA said the government notes with regret the Pakistan government's decision to declare Surjeet Singh persona non grata and expel him and his family members.The MEA said no justification has been provided by the Pakistan govt except for completely baseless and unsubstantiated allegation. It is obvious that the step is an afterthought following yesterday's ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Pak high commission official asked to leave India in 48 hours for spying  Rediff.com18 hours ago Pak high commission staffer, detained for espionage, to be expelled from India  Rediff.com1 day ago Pak commission staffer let off due to diplomatic immunity  Rediff.com1 day ago

'Indian call centres stole $300 million from Americans'

The five Indian call centres, charged with defrauding thousands of Americans, stole more than $300 million (Rs 2005 crore) from their victims, United States Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has said. Johnson on Thursday said an inter-agency effort resulted in the indictment of all five call centres and 56 people, including 31 from India, as well as the arrest of 20 others in the US, most of whom are Indians. He said they were “engaged in defrauding thousands of victims, stealing ...
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Pakistan team preparing for Junior World Cup In India

Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) on Friday said the training of its team for the Junior World Cup in the Indian city of Lucknow is in full swing, even as it awaited clearance from the government. Shahbaz Ahmed, Secretary of the PHF, said an unnecessary controversy had been created in the media whether Pakistan would participate in the Junior World Cup, to be played December 8-18 in India. "The team's preparations are in full swing and the tournament is more than six weeks away," Shahbaz told ...
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Be serious Pakistan or India won't hesitate to take fresh surgical strike, warns Sena

Shiv sena leader Manisha Kayande on Friday warned Pakistan about not forcing India to take more stern action in the wake of the former's repeated ceasefire violations."Pakistan is not taking all this seriously even after the surgical strikes by India. There have been almost 30 ceasefire violations and these are happening every day. Our jawans are dying even though there is so much international pressure on Pakistan. I think India needs to take some more stern action," Kayande told ...
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India's biggest-ever disinvestment drive gets going

The government has managed Rs 21,000 crore through stake sales and buybacks in the first six months, the highest-ever first half divestment revenue for any year by a good margin, raising expectations for the rest of FY17. The Union Cabinet, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Thursday gave an “in-principle” approval to strategic sales and disinvestment in a number of State-owned companies, kick-starting the process of valuing these entities and finding interested buyers. The ...
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There is a marked change in India's approach towards Pakistan

Prime Minister Narendra Modi used the BRICS summit and the Bimstec outreach at Goa in mid-October to attack Pakistan (without naming it) on the terrorism issue with unprecedented verbal vehemence. He called it the mothership of terrorism to which terrorist modules all over the world are linked. Terrorism, he said, has come to define the fundamental character and nature of the neighbouring country. He exhorted BRICS and Bimstec countries to stand up and act decisively against the State ...
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Ratan Tata wants buyer for Cyrus Mistry's stake in Tata Sons

Ratan Tata, who returned this week to the helm of India's largest conglomerate, is seeking a partner that could buy out the Tata Sons Ltd. stake held by the family of ousted Chairman Cyrus Mistry, people with knowledge of the matter said. The Tata family trusts have reached out to sovereign wealth funds and other long-term investors to gauge their interest in purchasing the Mistry family's stake if it became available, according to the people. The trusts held preliminary talks with ...
 Rediff.com3 hours ago Old guard celebrates return of Ratan Tata at the helm  Rediff.com3 hours ago

Pakistan espionage case: Third spy caught in Rajasthan

A day after busting a major espionage ring with the arrest of two Indians, police on Thursday evening arrested a third Indian involved in the racket. Shoaib, the Jodhpur-based passport and visa agent allegedly involved in espionage racket, was detained near his hometown on Thursday evening. Earlier, Pakistan high commission official Mehmood Akhtar, was briefly detained and then let off and asked to leave the country, while two other Indians were arrested. Akhtar was found possessing ...
 Rediff.com3 hours ago Pak spy ring: 3rd suspect arrested  Rediff.com4 hours ago
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