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Indian paramilitary women face daunting task in Ebola-hit Liberia

A CRPF woman in Monrovia as part of the UN peacekeeping force there As the panic around Ebola has taken over the global consciousness, there are a few dedicated women from India who, in the line of their duty, are risking contamination in ... DNA India, 1 day ago

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Indian Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi fights child slavery

Kailash Satyarthi, named co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, has freed tens of thousands of Indian children forced into slavery by businessmen, land-owners and others. He said on Friday he was "delighted" to have won the Nobel Peace Prize, calling ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Focus on the causes, not recipients  Mid Day1 week ago 'Poverty and caste' fueling child labor in South Asia  Deutsche Welle1 week ago As India, Pakistan exchanged bullets, Nobel laureates Malala, Satyarthi congratulated one another  IBNLive India News1 week ago

UN observers visit Indian shelling-hit villages

SIALKOT- The observers of United Nations (UN) peace-keeping mission on Tuesday visited the Indian shelling-hit bordering villages along Sialkot Working Boundary in Charwah, Chaprar and Phooklaiyaan sectors and reviewed the huge destruction and ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Sharif to Meet Advisers as Pakistan-India Spat Deepens  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Pakistan Calls Meeting as Border Row With India Continues  BusinessWeek2 weeks ago Sharif blames India for collapse of Kashmir talks  Gulf Times3 weeks ago

Rajnath asserts, says security forces to give befitting reply to Pak firing

Chandigarh : Asserting that India wants peaceful relations with all countries but it should not be treated as its weakness, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Sunday said security forces have been directed to give a “befitting” reply to ceasefire ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago India 'instigating' incidents on borders: Chinese media  Deccan Herald1 month ago Chinese envoy meets MEA officials  New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago 'India will give befitting reply to truce violations'  Deccan Herald1 month ago

HR violation and criminal activities in occupied J&K: government to launch campaign against India: Sartaj

October 24, 2014 Pakistan has decided to launch an awareness campaign against India on violation of human rights and criminal activities carried out by Indian forces in Indian-held Jammu and Kashmir. Advisor to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign ...
 Business Recorder7 hours ago INDIA GIVES IN TO RUSSIAS TERMS FOR HIGH-PRICED TANK AMMUNITION  IPA Newspack.com1 day ago India warns Pakistan of more pain  Pakistan Observer2 days ago Pakistan's Kashmir gambit  New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago

After IAF circular, Xiaomi says its phones are safe

A day after the reports that Indian Air Force asked its officers and their families not to use Xiaomi phones citing privacy and security concerns, Xiaomi said that its phones were completely safe and that it had addressed the similar issues raised ...
 India Today22 hours ago

Musharraf rules out conflict with India

Former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf rubbished the theory that the recent face-off between Indian and Pakistani forces began after India beat Pakistan in the Asian Games, calling it a "cock and bull story". He said it would be stupid ...
 India Today1 day ago Indian poet Munawar Rana for peace deal between Pakistan, India  Geo Tv3 weeks ago
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Future conflicts will be shorter: Modi

AFP/Monitoring Desk New Delhi - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday told commanders of the army, navy and air force that the duration of future conflicts will be shorter and that full-scale wars may become rare but force will remain an ...
 The Nation Pakistan6 days ago PM meets commanders  Qatar Peninsula6 days ago PM Modi urges three wings of Indian army to work as a team at all levels  Sify6 days ago PM's address to Commanders  Daily Excelsior.com2 days ago

Modi advises commanders to be ready for invisible threats

NEW DELHI: The world is seeing India as a major pole of global economy and as an anchor of regional and global security, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told his military commanders on Thursday. Addressing the Combined Commanders Conference ...
 DAWN Group6 days ago Narendra Modi to forces: Gear up to fight invisible enemy  Times of India6 days ago Modi asks armed forces to be ready for invisible enemy  The Hindu6 days ago Honour the sacrifices of our Armed Forces  Goa Herald1 week ago

Harsh truths about child labour in India

As poverty reduces, and education permeates down to lower-income groups and across gender, fewer people will end up forced to clean loos for a living, notes Devangshu Datta.  Image: The Indian middle-class is highly dependent on child labour. Photograph: Photograph: Reuters Street dogs, roadside stalls, household help, free home delivery, human-powered rickshaws and handcarts. Much more than the dry statistics of per capita income, these things distinguish the Third World (TW) from the ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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