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IIT-Delhi land row: No request from Tendulkar for cricket acad...

In a new development regarding the resignation of IIT-Delhi director Raghunath K Shevgaonkar, Union Human Resource and Development on Sunday clarified that there has not been a request from Sachin Tendulkar for ground of IIT-Delhi for running ... Zee News, 1 hour ago

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December 5, 2014 @ 08:51 AM Russia Approves Military Robotics Program The Russian Defense Ministry has approved a program for developing a concept on military robotics, according to Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper

The Russian Defense Ministry has approved a program for developing a concept on military robotics, according to Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper. "This year, a complex program 'Creating of Advanced Military Robotics for 2025' has been developed and ...
 Defense World54 minutes ago China's new year wish: Better milit...  The Echo Of India2 days ago Russia, China notably step up military ties 2014 — Defense Ministry Russia-China military-technical cooperation is acquiring a new dimension and becomes oriented towards cooperation in advanced technologies, Deputy Defense Minister Anatoly Antonov said  Itar Tass4 days ago Places along China border identified for rail connectivity: Govt  IndiaTV News5 days ago

I&B Ministry Reached 16 Lakh Followers on Twitter, 30 Lakh on Facebook

With Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading from the front, social media outreach of I&B ministry and its associated bodies has got a major boost with over 16 lakh followers on Twitter, nearly 90,000 YouTube subscribers and around 30 lakh likes on ...
 Outlook India3 hours ago I&B ministry utilising new media like never before  Zee News8 hours ago
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Mixed Bag For I&B Ministry in 2014

From controversies over Doordarshan telecasts to initiatives like Prime Minister's Mann ki Baat or Kisan channel, 2014 was a mixed bag for Information and Broadcasting Ministry which saw changes at the helm. The charge of the ministry passed from ...
 Outlook India6 hours ago A Mixed Bag for Information and Broadcasting Ministry in 2014  New Indian Express8 hours ago Flashback 2014: A mixed bag for I&B ministry  Oneindia10 hours ago A mixed bag for I&B ministry in 2014  Press Trust of India11 hours ago
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DoT seeks Finance Ministry, Defence Ministry views on draft spectrum auction note

NEW DELHI: The Department of Telecom has sought views of Defence and Finance ministries on the draft note on spectrum auction. The auction is scheduled to take place from February 23 next year. Government expects to auction some amount of 3G ...
 Economic Times6 hours ago DoT seeks Ministries' views on draft spectrum auction note  Jagran Post6 hours ago DoT seeks Law, Defence ministry view on draft spectrum auction note  First Post.com7 hours ago DoT seeks Defence, Finance ministries views on draft spectrum auction note  Deccan Chronicle8 hours ago
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I&B ministry utilising new media like never before

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 28 December: WithPrime Minister NarendraModileading from the front, social media outreach of I&Bministry and its associated bodies has got a major boost with over 16 lakhfollowers on Twitter, nearly 90,000 ...
 The Statesman6 hours ago Power centre Delhi holds key to Modi's India revival dream  Rediff.com6 days ago

I&B ministry utilising new media like never before

Senior officials say the Information and Broadcasting ministry has utilised the new media to disseminate information in an unprecedented manner. NEW DELHI: With Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading from the front, social media outreach of I ministry and its ...
 Economic Times8 hours ago

Home Ministry continued its tirade against Naxalism, terrorism in 2014

TOP STORIES New Delhi, Dec 28 (UNI) Braving difficult situations in terror strikes at Assam, Jammu and Kashmir, Naxal belt of Chhattisgarh, ceasefire violations by Pakistan and Chinese incursions during 2014, the Home Ministry ...
 United News of India2 hours ago

March 28, 2014 @ 10:34 AM UK Invests £280 Million To Co-Develop Advanced Missiles With France The UK Ministry Of Defence announced today that it will contribute £280 million for its new collaborative project with France...

The UK Ministry Of Defence announced today that it will contribute £ 280 million for its new collaborative project with France to develop new advanced anti-surface guided missiles. The missiles will use sophisticated homing technology to attack ...
 Defense World2 hours ago
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High-speed rail may not be a tough nut for govt

Rail ministry pinning hopes on foreign partner and private capital Prime Minister Narendra Modi may have ruled out privatisation of Indian Railways but the government may end up banking on private capital for funding its big endeavours like the high-speed rail project. The railway ministry is looking for a partner among foreign state-owned agencies and private developers for funding its ambitious project. “We are floating a Cabinet note for selecting the partner for implementing the ...
 Rediff.com3 hours ago
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