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Encounter breaks out between militants, <strong>security</strong> forces in Pulwama

Encounter breaks out between militants, security forces in Pulwama

02 Sep 2014

Srinagar: An encounter broke out on Monday night between security forces and militants holed up in a village in Pulwama district of south Kashmir, police said.

Encounter,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Pulwama,   Pulwama encounter,   Line of Control,   ceasefire,   ceasefire violations,  
Japan offers assistance to introduce bullet trains in <strong>India</strong>

Japan offers assistance to introduce bullet trains in India

02 Sep 2014

Tokyo: Japan offered to provide financial, technical and operational support to India for introduction of bullet trains, a project high on the priority of the Modi government.

Japan,   bullet trains in India,   Modi in Japan,   Indian Japan nuclear deal,   Narendra Modi,   Shinzo Abe,   Nuclear Energy deal,  
TRAI seeks more details from DoT regarding spectrum auction

TRAI seeks more details from DoT regarding spectrum auction

02 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In order to give recommendations for spectrum auction, sectoral regulator Trai has sought more details from DoT regarding the quantum of spectrum which has been alloted to telcos in 900 MHz and 1800 Mhz bands and the amount which has been lying vacant in each service area.

Spectrum auction,   Trai,   DoT,   Telcos,   Telecom Regulatory Authority of India,  
England's approach to spin bowling flawed, says Sourav Ganguly

England's approach to spin bowling flawed, says Sourav Ganguly

02 Sep 2014

London: Former India cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has said flawed approach to spin bowling and failure to score runs freely are the main factors that are troubling England in the ODIs.

India cricket captain,   Sourav Ganguly,   Spin bowling,   England cricket team,   India national cricket team,  
Understanding between <strong>India</strong>, Japan on civil Nuclear deal has improved: PM

Understanding between India, Japan on civil Nuclear deal has improved: PM

02 Sep 2014

Tokyo: The ‘understanding’ between India and Japan on civil nuclear issue has ‘improved’, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, after talks with his counterpart Shinzo Abe even as the much-anticipated deal remained elusive.

Modi in Japan,   Indian Japan nuclear deal,   Narendra Modi,   Shinzo Abe,   Nuclear Energy deal,  
England's cricket selectors need fresh thinking: Boycott

England's cricket selectors need fresh thinking: Boycott

02 Sep 2014

London: Former skipper Geoffrey Boycott blasted England's cricket selectors saying they need to have some fresh thinking in picking players for the ODI squad.

Geoffrey Boycott,   England cricket tea,   England cricket selectors,   Team India,   Indian cricket team,  
<strong>India</strong>-origin chef gives Prince Charles flavour of Indian <strong>food</strong>

India-origin chef gives Prince Charles flavour of Indian food

30 Aug 2014

London: Prince Charles has been getting a taste of spicy Indian food cooked by one of Britain's most celebrated Indian-origin chefs.

India-origin chef,   Prince Charles,   Indian food,   Atul Kochhar,   Michelin-starred restaurateur,   Curry On With Atul Kochhar,   ,  
Ten things to know about the <strong>India</strong>-Japan business partnership

Ten things to know about the India-Japan business partnership

01 Sep 2014

Wooing Japanese investors with promise of speedy clearances, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed co-opting two Japanese nominees in a decision-making team under PMO dedicated to facilitate investments.

India and Japan,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe,   India-Japan business partnership ,  
Force <strong>India</strong> must qualify better for Italian GP: Perez

Force India must qualify better for Italian GP: Perez

01 Sep 2014

Monza: Sahara Force India drivers have successfully negated a weak qualifying by delivering points on race day this Formula 1 season but it must get a strong grid position at the high-speed Monza Circuit for the Italian Grand Prix here this weekend.

Sahara Force India,   Formula 1,   Monza Circuit,   Italian Grand Prix,  
Britain to outline tougher anti-jihadist measures

Britain to outline tougher anti-jihadist measures

01 Sep 2014

London: Prime Minister David Cameron was to outline tougher measures against jihadist suspects on Monday after Britain raised its security risk assessment to a level where an attack is thought ‘highly likely’.

Britain PM,   David Cameron,   Anti-jihadi,   Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee,   Iraq,   ISIS,   IS threat,  

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