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President Mukherjee awards 'Standards' to Armoured Corps Centr...

[India], Apr. 15 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday awarded the prestigious President's Standard to Armoured Corps Centre and School in Ahmednagar during a ceremonial parade. "Any nation draws it strength from all the elements of national power, ... Sify, 1 week ago

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Pakistan again confirms absence of rule of law in the country

Pakistan Army's Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a press release dated April 10 informed that Kulbhushan Jadhav, the so called 'RAW' agent, had been awarded the death sentence by a military court in Pakistan. As per the press release, Jadhav was ...
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Russia 'disappointed' over new U.S. sanctions against eight more companies: Foreign Ministry

[Russia], Mar. 26 (ANI): The Russian Foreign Ministry has expressed disappointment over the U.S. authorities' decision to introduce sanctions against eight more Russian companies. "The US administration's decision to introduce restrictions against a number of ...
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Want to be an IAS officer?

Here's all you need to know about preparing for the Civil Services examination -- important books, scope of career and more. 'Renu Raj has exploded many civil services myths' IMAGE: The civil services preliminary examination will be held on June 18, this year.Photograph: Sahil Salvi The Civil Services Exam, popularly known as the IAS Exam is one of the most coveted and challenging examinations held in India. Each year, lakhs of aspirants apply for the exam, but only the best minds make it to ...
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Why India continues to fail its school children

'We have not taught children their rights and responsibilities, nor life skills,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Most parents' number one priority is to give their kids the best possible chance in life. A basic 'three Rs' education -- reading, 'riting, and 'rithmatic -- is a ticket upward from misery; a reasonable education is a chance to make it to the middle class dream; and an excellent education can turn the world into your oyster. The street-smart and the gifted ...
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India navy spurns homemade warplane, latest blow to Asia push for self reliance

* Asian nations push for indigenous warplanes * India's navy rejects homemade Tejas for being too heavy * Wants foreign fighter jets for carriers By Sanjeev Miglani and Tommy Wilkes BENGALURU/NEW DELHI, Feb 13 (Reuters) - India's navy is inthe hunt for a new ...
 Sify2 months ago Indian navy spurns homemade warplane, latest blow to Asia push for self reliance  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Pak globally condemned for death sentence against Kulbhushan Jadhav

[Pakistan], Apr. 11 (ANI): A day after a military tribunal in Pakistan handed out a death sentence to former Indian Naval officer and alleged spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, several nations apart from India have questioned and challenged the verdict. Observers and ...
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What was the need for Jadhav to be tried by a military court?

Pakistan's military courts have gained a disrepute for not being transparent and violating all provisions of a fair trial. On Monday, April 10, Pakistan Army's Inter-Services Public Relations in a press release informed that Kulbhushan Jadhav, the so called 'R&AW' agent, had been awarded the death sentence by a military court. As per the release, Jadhav was tried by the Field General Court Martial under the Pakistan Army Act, and awarded the death sentence after he supposedly confessed ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'Visa issue won't affect India'

Even though IT companies' apex body Nasscom said the Trump administration's memo on H-1B visas would have little impact, analysts predict that the IT sector will have to face muted growth for fiscal 2018. The Trump administration on Tuesday formally announced ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Even BJP needs to look beyond caste and religion

The BJP's electoral juggernaut could run aground if it fails on the issues it capitalised on in its UP campaign.The most important challenge lies in whether it can meet the aspirations of the youth who were drawn by the promise of gainful work, says Nitin Desai. IMAGE: Growth may accelerate, but job growth at the rate required is not in sight. These frustrated expectations can recoil on the BJP. Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters   The narratives that politicians fashion to project their ...
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