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Italy says UN court ordered marine's release, India denies

India disputes Italy's claim on marine's release

An international arbitration tribunal has asked New Delhi and Rome to approach India's Supreme Court to allow an Italian Navy sergeant who is accused of killing two fishermen off Kerala coast in 2012 to go home. The tribunal, however, made it clear that ... Deccan Herald, 1 hour ago
India should send Italian marine home: UN court The Financial Chronicle, 5 hours ago

Satellites to monitor mines to prevent illegal extraction

India will monitor thousands of mines with the help of satellites starting this year, a government official said, after a three-month pilot project found rampant illegal extraction of limestone in a big state. Mines secretary Balvi-nder Kumar declined to name ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago India to monitor mines via satellite after finding illegal limestone extraction  Sify14 hours ago

India unlikely to enhance military presence

India has taken a conscious decision to not enhance its military deployment along the international border with China. Informing that focus would be laid on improving the connectivity between the two countries through land routes, authoritative security ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago China hopes Indo-US military corporation "conducive" to peace  Rediff.com5 days ago China hopes India-US military corporation conducive to peace  Hindustan Times5 days ago

UN tribunal for marine return, subject to Supreme Court

A UN arbitration tribunal has ruled in favour of an Italian marine, held in India on murder charges, by allowing him to return home pending the arbitration proceedings at the Hague. Reports from Rome said the UN tribunal has ruled that pending arbitration ...
 Asian Age49 minutes ago UN arbitration tribunal rules in favour of Italian marine  Deccan Herald10 hours ago

New law may not hasten debt recovery

A long-awaited Indian bankruptcy code may soon win parliamentary approval, but struggling creditors – above all state banks trying to recover $100 billion in bad loans — shouldn’t start celebrating just yet. The measure marks a vital step towards ...
 Asian Age1 hour ago Ambitious new bankruptcy code may take years to clean up India's debt mess  Sify1 day ago

India's coal efficiency drive risks ire of powerful unions

By Krishna N. Das NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Plans by India's coal monopoly to buy billions of dollars of new machinery and outsource work are facing resistance from powerful unions worried about job losses, in a potential blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ...
 Sify9 minutes ago

Supreme Court will hear petitions on NEET today

Supreme Court of India. (Photo: PTI) The Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday a batch of petitions from various states and private medical college associations seeking a stay of the NEET order insofar as its applicability to them is concerned for the academic ...
 Asian Age49 minutes ago SC asks State associations to fall in line  The Hindu4 hours ago State govt will move Supreme Court today for exemption from NEET  Deccan Herald1 day ago

SC panel to supervise MCI

The Supreme Court on Monday appointed a three-member oversight committee headed by former Chief Justice of India Justice R M Lodha to supervise the functioning of the Medical Council of India (MCI). The court also held that the state is authorised in law to ...
 Deccan Herald1 hour ago SC constitutes committee to oversee functioning of MCI  Sify16 hours ago

India should release Italian marine, rules UN court

Italian marines Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone (Photo: PTI/File) In 2012, India arrested two Italian marines for shooting two fishermen that they had mistaken for pirates. A UN arbitration court has ruled that India should release an Italian ...
 Asian Age11 hours ago UN arbitration court reportedly asks India to release Italian marine  Deccan Herald11 hours ago

AIFF to host under-16 Youth Cup

The All India Football Federation will be organising a youth tournament in Goa to provide exposure to under-16 national squad which is preparing for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. The five-nation under-16 AIFF Youth Cup will witness teams from United States, South ...
 Deccan Herald3 hours ago
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