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Centre to help J&K government in completing Jammu Lake project

Centre to help J&K government in completing Jammu Lake project

16 May 2015

Jammu: Asserting that artificial lake on river Tawi is a dream project of Jammu people, Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh said on Friday night that Centre has assured its help in ironing out the technical problems to complete the project.

Jammu Lake project,   river Tawi,   Jammu artificial lake,   J&K Deputy Chief Minister,   Nirmal Singh,   Jammu & kashmir,   latest India news,  
Deadline to install discharge meters for Ganga extended

Deadline to install discharge meters for Ganga extended

11 May 2015

New Delhi:  The deadline for installing real-time effluent discharge meters for polluting industries located on the banks of river Ganga has been extended to June 30 this year, Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday.

River ganga,   Nirmal Ganga,   realtime effluent discharge meters,   Clean Ganga,   Latest India news,   ,  
US businesses have renewed optimism about India: US envoy Richard <strong>Verma</strong>

US businesses have renewed optimism about India: US envoy Richard Verma

09 May 2015

New Delhi: US envoy Richard Verma said one year of Narendra Modi government has infused a "renewed" sense of optimism and excitement among US businesses.

US envoy,   Richard Verma,   US business,   Modi government,   India,   latest business news ,  
BJP has no similarities with the PDP, says Jammu and Kashmir Deputy CM <strong>Nirmal</strong> Singh

BJP has no similarities with the PDP, says Jammu and Kashmir Deputy CM Nirmal Singh

30 Apr 2015

Mumbai: The BJP does not share ideological or political similarities with PDP and its alliance is merely to give the state a stable and a corruption-free government, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Thursday said.

BJP,   PDP,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Deputy Chief Minister,   Nirmal Singh,   Mehbooba Mufti,   AFSPA,   Army,   Sepecial Power,   Latest States News ,  
Navy prepared to deal with a 26/11-type terror strike

Navy prepared to deal with a 26/11-type terror strike

07 Aug 2012

Observing that Navy is prepared to tackle 26/11-type attack from outfits such as LeT, Admiral Nirmal Verma on Tuesday said the "core concern" of the maritime force was about the coalescing of state and non-state actors.

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Nuclear submarine trials going 'very well', says Navy Chief

Nuclear submarine trials going 'very well', says Navy Chief

30 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Sea trials of the first indigenous nuclear-powered submarine, INS Arihant, are going "very well" and the progress in this regard has been satisfactory, Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan said on Thursday.

Nuclear Submarine,   Navy Chief,   INS Arihant,   Chief Admiral RK Dhowan,   Defence Minsiter Manohar Parikkar,   Project 75,   Scorpeme Submarine,   Latest Nation News ,  
India, US agree to renew pact on agriculture-cooperation

India, US agree to renew pact on agriculture-cooperation

01 May 2015

New Delhi: US Ambassador to India Richard Verma on Friday called on Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh and both agreed to take steps to renew the 2010 agri pact between two countries to include new areas.

India,   United States,   Richard Verma,   Union Agriculture Minister,   Radha Mohan Singh,   Agriculture Cooperation,   Latest Nation News ,  
US envoy voices concern over 'challenges faced by NGOs in India'

US envoy voices concern over 'challenges faced by NGOs in India'

06 May 2015

New Delhi:The US envoy to India Richard Verma on Wednesday voiced "concern" over reports about "challenges faced by NGOs operating in India", as the government has put the US-based Ford Foundation under the scanner.

US Envoy,   Richard Verma,   NGOs in India,   FCRA,   Sabrang Trust,   MoS Kiren Rijiju,   Lok Sabha,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Latest Nation News ,  
India, Pakistan discussing ways to avert conflict on high seas

India, Pakistan discussing ways to avert conflict on high seas

07 Aug 2012

To avert military confrontations on high seas, India and Pakistan are discussing the establishment of a mechanism of direct contact between the navies of the two countries.

India,   Pakistan,   high seas,   conflict between India Pakistan,   Navy Chief Admiral Nirmal Verma ,  
CAB secretary Aditya <strong>Verma</strong> urges ICC to "stop" Srinivasan

CAB secretary Aditya Verma urges ICC to "stop" Srinivasan

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) secretary Aditya Verma on Thursday urged the International Cricket Council (ICC) to "stop" incumbent chairman N. Srinivasan from holding on to the position till he was being probed by a high level panel constituted by the Supreme Court of India.

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