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Establishment of Defence University

There is a proposal to establish Indian Defence University (IDU) as a fully autonomous institution under an Act of Parliament to impart training and education on defence and strategic studies. The estimated expenditure on establishment of IDU has not been ... PIB, 1 week ago

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Parliament proceedings: 'All 39 Indians killed by ISIS in Iraq's Mosul, DNA samples of 38 have matched,' Sushma Swaraj

The external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday during the Parliament proceedings said all the 39 Indians allegedly killed by Terrorist wing ISIS in Iraq's Mosul. In the Rajya Sabah session, Swaraj also said that the Indians were kidnapped by the ISIS.
 catchnews.com3 days ago Iraq tragedy: Nitish to help kin of Indians killed in Mosul  Rediff.com2 days ago Government didn't perform its duty, says Opposition  DNA3 days ago All 39 Indian hostages in Iraq killed by ISIS: Swaraj  MSN India4 days ago

Sushma Swaraj defends telling Parliament on deaths of 39 Indians in Iraq before informing their families

Swaraj addressed allegations that her government had withheld information on the status of the missing Indians, saying she had always maintained she would make no definitive statements without sure proof. Minister for External Affairs Sushma Swaraj, with ...
 Zee News3 days ago Death of Indians in Iraq: Amarinder shattered, Tharoor slams government  Rediff.com3 days ago Indians killed in Iraq: ‘It’s a farce,’ Left slams Modi govt for not informing families first  DNA3 days ago Indians killed in Iraq: Left slams govt for not informing families first  Business Standard4 days ago

We can't confirm anybody's death sans concrete proof: Sushma

Facing a volley of questions on Tuesday after she confirmed in Parliament the death of 39 Indians who were reported missing in Iraq in 2014, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the government cannot confirm any person's death without concrete proof ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Death of Indians in Iraq should have been confirmed earlier: Punjab CM  Business Standard4 days ago Justin Trudeau to meet Punjab CM Amarinder who snubbed his Defence Minister last year  Sify1 month ago

Seychelles opposition to block India military deal

Seychelles' opposition coalition, which holds a majority in parliament, said today it would not ratify a deal signed with India to build a military base on one of the archipelago's outlying islands.The deal would see India invest USD 550 million dollars (446 ...
 Business Standard3 days ago

After protests by doctors across nation, new medical bill sent to Parliamentary panel

New Delhi : A Bill for setting up a National Medical Commission to replace the Medical Council of India (MCI) was sent to a standing committee of Parliament on Tuesday after protests by doctors across the nation and request from several opposition parties, ...
 Sify2 months ago Allow famous doctors to teach, MPs tell MCI  Deccan Herald2 months ago IMA to hold 'mahapanchayat' against National Medical Commission bill on March 25  Business Standard1 week ago Doctors call off strike after government sends new Medical Bill to parliamentary standing committee  DNA2 months ago

CAG pulls up Railways over rising operating costs

The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has lambasted the Indian Railways in its latest report tabled in the Parliament on Tuesday over deteriorating operational costs in successive years. The report claimed that the operating costs actually would have ...
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British Indian MP rejects labels for minorities

A prominent British Indian MP in the UK Parliament has rejected labels attached with the black, minority and ethnic population, calling them patronising and insulting.Conservative party MP Priti Patel, who was the first Indian-origin member of the UK Cabinet ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Indian-origin British MP rejects labels for minorities in UK Parliament  DNA1 week ago

India visit continues to be albatross around Trudeau's neck, Opp piles on pressure in Parliament

The fallout from Justin Trudeau's India visit is still being felt in Canada with the Opposition targeting Trudeau and the Liberal Party. After Trudeau's NSA alleged that the invitation to Atwal was arranged by some elements in the Indian government to ...
 DNA3 weeks ago How the Trudeau row exposed India's hypocrisy  catchnews.com2 weeks ago Diplomatic Enclave: In line with protocol  The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago After media reports, Canadian embassy cancels invite to Khalistan terrorist  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

India Inc expects Budget 2018-19 to include GST reforms, friendly business policies

Tabled in Parliament on Monday by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, the Economic Survey has estimated that the Indian economy will grow by 7-7.5 percent in 2018-19, re-establishing India as the world's fastest-growing major economy. Every budget rides high on ...
 Sify1 month ago Economic Survey Draws Attention to 10 New Economic Facts on Indian Economy  PIB1 month ago Budget Session 2018: Economic Survey to be tabled today  Sify1 month ago Budget session 2018: 28 bills in LS, 39 listed for RS  Sify1 month ago
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