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Here's what the new US Defense Secretary had to say

Will work to strengthen alliances: Mattis

The new American Defense Secretary Gen (retd) James "Mad Dog" Mattis has vowed to strengthen the economic and military ties with allies and "gain full value from every taxpayer dollar spent on defense". "Every action we take will be designed to ensure our ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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US Defence Secy tells NATO to increase defence spending

The new US defence secretary, James Mattis warned NATO members that Washington will moderate its commitment to the alliance if they do not increase their spending on defence.He said in a closed-door session with NATO defense ministers in Brussels that the US ...
 News on Air1 week ago Only NATO can deter Russian threat: UK Defence Secy tells US  Sify2 months ago

Modi was actually appreciative of Manmohan: Jitendra Singh

Union Minister Jitendra Singh today said Prime Minister Narendra Modis "raincoat" remark against his predecessor Manmohan Singh was a compliment as he had "emerged unscathed" from scandals and scams in the UPA rule. "The Prime Minister was actually quite ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Raincoat jibe: PM Modi was actually appreciative of Manmohan Singh, says Jitendra Singh  DNA1 week ago

In election time, can BJP cash in on govt's rural push?

The Modi Government resisted the temptation of going in for a populist Budget, even as it dedicated it to the poor and gave an aggressive push to the rural sector. With five states heading for elections this month, there was expectation that the Budget could ...
 DNA3 weeks ago

How our netas reacted to the Budget

Following the Budget being announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, leaders across the political spectrum provided their views.  IMAGE: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives at Parliament before presenting the Budget in New Delhi. Photograph: Adnan Abidi/Reuters   Thumbs-up   Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the Budget as “futuristic” with an aim on fulfilling the “dreams” of every section, including the poor, the farmers and the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Global Markets Continues to be Volatile

Posted by Equitymaster Global markets ended the week on a dull note with most of the markets ending flat or in the negative territory. Brazil's and China's indices were the only ones which ended the week on a positive note, with gains of 0.5% and 0.3% ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Lok Sabha disruption cost India Rs 144 crore

Lok Sabha MPs are paid Rs 2.8 lakh per month plus travel and other perks which works out to nearly Rs 177 crore for 545 MPs during the last financial year.Add another Rs 78 crore for the Rajya Sabha MPs, according to data.IndiaSpend reports. Biju Janata Dal member of Parliament Jay Panda announced that he would forgo part of his November and December salary -- he did not mention how much that would be and the amount cannot be calculated now -- to atone for the 92 hours lost during the winter ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Rs 144 crore: The cost of Lok Sabha disruptions  Sify2 months ago Rs 144 crore: The cost of 92 hours of Lok Sabha disruptions  Sify2 months ago
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