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<strong>India</strong> refuses to budge under Chinese pressure, says it has right to develop border areas

India refuses to budge under Chinese pressure, says it has right to develop border areas

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Brushing aside China's reservations to its plans to develop infrastructure along the border, the Narendra Modi-led NDA government on Saturday said it has every right to undertake such projects in Indian territory and no one can stop it.

Indo-China border,   Kiren Rijiju,   China border,   China government,   infrastructure development ,  
All colleges in <strong>India</strong> should be disabled-friendly: High Court

All colleges in India should be disabled-friendly: High Court

01 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court has directed Chief Commissioners for Persons with Disabilities at the Centre and in Maharashtra to instruct all educational institutions in the country to provide a barrier-free environment for disabled students by March 2015.

colleges in India,   disabled-friendly,   High Court,   education,   students,  
No plans for Modi-Sharif meeting at SAARC: <strong>India</strong>

No plans for Modi-Sharif meeting at SAARC: India

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India on Friday denied any plans for a meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif during the SAARC summit in Kathmandu.

Modi-Sharif meeting,   SAARC,   India,   Pakistan,   Narendra Modi,   Modi,   Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC summit,   Kathmandu ,  
Nissan recalls Infiniti SUVs to fix <strong>air</strong> bags

Nissan recalls Infiniti SUVs to fix air bags

01 Nov 2014

Detroit: Nissan says it's recalling more than 1,800 Infiniti SUVs in the US for an air bag problem that could send shrapnel into the passenger compartment.

Nissan,   recalls cars,   Infiniti SUVs,   fix air bags,   automobile,   auto,  
Confident Perera aims to shine at Panasonic Open <strong>India</strong>

Confident Perera aims to shine at Panasonic Open India

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Mithun Perera is confident he can vie for honours at next week's USD 300,000 Panasonic Open India at the Delhi Golf Club (DGC), a course which suits his sharp-shooting game.

New Delhi,   Mithun Perera,  Panasonic Open India,   Delhi Golf Club,   DGC,   ,  
Supreme Court to hear plea for regulatory authority on environment

Supreme Court to hear plea for regulatory authority on environment

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on November 14 will hear a plea for setting up of a regulatory authority to look into environmental matters including the impact, assessment and the enforcement of the National Forest Policy as was directed by the court in 2011.

Supreme court,   environment,   environmental matters in India,   National Forest Policy,   Adarsh Kumar Goel,   Lafarge Surma Cement,  
<strong>India</strong> resume WC build-up against 'under-cooked' Sri Lanka

India resume WC build-up against 'under-cooked' Sri Lanka

01 Nov 2014

Cuttack: Their World Cup build-up halted by West Indies team's sudden mid-series pullout, India would resume the preparations for the mega-event when they square off against under-cooked sub-continental rivals Sri Lanka in a hastily-arranged ODI series starting here on Sunday.

India,   Sri Lanka,   Lanka series,   Virat Kohli,   World Cup,   Ajinkya Rahane,  
<strong>India</strong>-assisted northern Lanka railways trial run successful

India-assisted northern Lanka railways trial run successful

01 Nov 2014

Colombo: India on Friday announced the successful completion of trail run on a key railway track in Tamil-majority northern Sri Lanka, a region that suffered heavily during the three decade-long civil war.

India,   Sri Lanka,   northern Lanka railways,   Lanka railways,   railways,   Madhu Road-Thiruketheeswaram,   Pallai-Jaffna railway track,  
Mixed response to bandh call in Punjab

Mixed response to bandh call in Punjab

01 Nov 2014

Chandigarh: A state-wide bandh called by two students outfits to protest against 1984 anti-Sikh riots, evoked a mixed response with rail and road traffic being partially affected at a few places.

All India Sikh Students Federation,   AISSF,   SSF,   Gurudwara Dukh Nivaran at Ludhiana,   Shan-e-Punjab,  
Lanka landslide: <strong>India</strong> pledges assistance to Colombo

Lanka landslide: India pledges assistance to Colombo

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India has pledged Rs five million as immediate relief for victims of landslide in Sri Lanka and is also considering medium and long-term assistance.

Lanka landslide,   Colombo,   Sri Lankan government,   Indian government,   Srilanka,   India,   ,  

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