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Defence budget inadequate, allocation should go up: Panel
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Defence budget inadequate, allocation should go up: Panel

Coming down hard on the government for meagre increase in allocation for armed forces in the last few years, the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defence said the outlay cannot even fulfill the basic requirements of the armed forces. Money Control, 1 month ago

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World leaders condemn UK Parliament attack

London : In the wake of the unfortunate terror attack outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Wednesday, political leaders across the world have come forward and condemned the incident in strong words. U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May described the ...
 Sify1 month ago No concrete measures taken after Uri, Pathankot attacks: Parliamentary panel  Prokerala1 month ago

Navy to finalise a raft of big ticket deals by year end

After years of delay, Indian Navy is all set to sign a deal with a South Korean defence major for building 12 minesweeping vessels at a cost of nearly Rs 35,000 crore. Controller of the Navy's Warship Production and Acquisition Vice Admiral D M Deshpande said ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Govt sitting on army proposal to replace sahayaks

For over six months, the defence ministry has been sitting on an army proposal to replace the sahayaks (orderlies) in close to 170 peace stations. Many soldiers are taking to social media to air their grievances. The proposition was first made to the defence ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Job alert: Parliament may soon hire students as interns

Taking a leaf from the US, Canada and the UK, where students and research scholars get to work with Parliamentary panels, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan is pushing for induction of interns in the Parliamentary standing committees. Amit Agnihotri reports. IMAGE: The role of interns is not entirely new to the Parliament as the Bureau of Parliamentary Studies and Training has a provision for select a few scholars to get an exposure of how Parliament system works. But this is the first time ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why the Maldives local elections are SO important

The country, which holds immense geostrategic significance for India, is in a highly volatile state and the upcoming polls are being viewed as a veritable semi-final before its presidential elections.In this exclusive conversation with Rediff.com contributor Rajeev Sharma, exiled Opposition leader Ahmed Naseem explains why the world should care about democracy in Maldives. Exclusive: 'What's happening in the Maldives is not in India's interest'  IMAGE: Mohamed Nasheed, the first ...
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Mobile towers can now be installed in Lutyens' Delhi's govt buildings

Lutyens' Delhi residents, who have been facing a tough time following the two-year crackdown on illegal mobile towers in the area, can finally heave a sigh of relief. The Ministry of Urban Development has, in principle, agreed to allow installation of mobile ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Police contribute least in gathering terror info

The intelligence apparatus in states appears to be the worst in generating inputs on terrorism. Official figures show that police contribute the lowest among other agencies despite having wider footprint on the ground. The shocking revelation was made by the ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Are we that different from Ravindra Gaikwad?

'Do we not all exhibit a sense of entitlement every day,' asks Savera R Someshwar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Like most mornings, I shared my newspaper with a cup of tea. Let me share with you something I read today. 'If separatists, rapists and terrorists are allowed to travel on flights, then why not an MP?' This was a statement made by a member of Parliament in defence of another MP from his party who attacked the employee of an airline for doing his duty. As a result of having ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Why is India silent on the crackdown in the Maldives?

India's silence on this week's troubles in the Maldives is puzzling, says Rajeev Sharma. Embattled Maldivian President Yameen Abdul Gayoom, who narrowly survived a no-confidence motion against the parliament speaker on Monday, March 27, is practising the age-old dictum: Attack is the best defence. President Yameen was pushed to the wall by a grand alliance of four major parties last Friday which included his half-brother, former president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom. After all, Maldivian politicians ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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