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India worried as China-Bhutan begin border talks
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India worried as China-Bhutan begin border talks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi made Bhutan the destination of his first foreign visit. Now two weeks later, the foreign minister of the Himalayan kingdom, Rinzin Dorje, is in Beijing discussing the China-Bhutan border issue. The move poses a serious challenge to New Delhi because any negotiation on China-Bhutan border dispute is bound to affect India’s border negotiations with China. Bhutan and China share 470 kilometres of border, which is also close to India's ‘chicken's neck’ ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
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President Pranab heads South with busy itinerary

President Pranab Mukherjee’s two-day tour of Kerala and Tamil Nadu begins on Friday. The President has a busy itinerary with a variety of functions, including the academic events and a spiritual journey. On Friday afternoon, he will be the chief guest at the first convocation of the Central University of Kerala at Kasaragod. The university, started in 2009 in the northern-most part of the state, is one of the 16 central universities established under the new the Central Universities Act, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Team Rahul rift with veterans continues, no respite in sight  Rediff.com1 week ago Stapled visas a sign of China‚Äôs flexibility, says Wang Yi  DNA1 month ago Government to put Sino-India ties on growth trajectory: President  Jagran Post1 month ago
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PHOTOS: Victory at Lord's with all the gorgeous wives!!!

For Team India’s two-and-a-half month tour of England, the 'Men in Blue' have a solid support staff, which includes their wives. And when it came to celebrating victory in the second Test at Lord's on Monday, the players' wives did not want to be left out. - Cricketing world hails India when they 'bullied and bounced' England! - Congratulate Team India on their Lord's win! India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s glamorous wife, Sakshi, expressed their joy by posting a picture ...
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India prevail 3-2 over Malaysia for first win in World Cup

The Hague (Netherlands): Akashdeep Singh scored two goals in the space of three minutes to set up India’s 3-2 victory over Malaysia in the men’s hockey World Cup here today.Jasjit Singh Kular opened the scoring for India in the 13th minute ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago 25th June 1983: When India became Lord of cricket, smashing Windies hegemony to win cricket WC  Jagran Post1 month ago FIFA World Cup 2014: 10 facts you must know about  IndiaTV News1 month ago Pune soccer clubs dream as big as lifting the World cup  DNA1 month ago
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Pak to give 'most favoured nation' status to India

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan today said it would restart work on improving trade ties with arch-rival India when the two nations’ foreign ministers meet in Islamabad next month. Pakistan had pledged to grant India “Most Favoured Nation (MFN)” status ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago Modi looks forward to working with Sharif in violence free atmosphere  Jagran Post1 month ago Pakistanis hopeful of peace with India  Himalayan times2 months ago India's Muslims welcome Modi's gesture to Pakistan  IndiaTV News2 months ago
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Spain's seasoned strikers present massive challenge for India

The Hague: Bogged down by two successive losses, an under-pressure Indian hockey team will be confronted by Spain’s livewire strikers when the two teams clash in their preliminary league encounter of the World Cup at the Greenfields Stadium here ...
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Indian money in Swiss banks rise to over Rs 14,000 crore

Zurich/New Delhi : Indians’ money in Swiss banks has risen to over two billion Swiss francs (nearly Rs 14,000 crore), despite a global clampdown against the famed secrecy wall of Switzerland banking system. The funds held by Indians with banks ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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The Himalayan Times

LUCKNOW: India’s new home minister weighed in today in a grisly case in which two teenage girls were raped and hanged from a tree this week, as public anger and political controversy over the attack gain momentum. The case is one of the first challenges ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago UN condemns rape and murder of two teenage girls in UP  Jagran Post1 month ago

Special Monsoon recipe by The Park

It’s raining season in India and so the time to indulge in some exotic food. We bring you two special recipes for monsoon season from the renowned chef Rajesh Radhakrishnan and Chef Abhishek Basu from The Park Chennai and New Delhi.
 Beauty & Style6 days ago
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IN BRIEF

Security meet starts KATHMANDU: A two-day ‘Nepal-India Bilateral Consultative Group Meeting on Security’ issues started in Kathmandu on Sunday. Amrit Bahadur Rai, joint secretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs led a 15-member delegation on ...
 Himalayan times3 weeks ago WTO: India says no to TFA without resolving food security issue  Jagran Post6 days ago Right to Food Campaign slams Union Budget  Jagran Post2 weeks ago
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