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WTO impasse: Hectic parleys on to find solution

WTO impasse: Hectic parleys on to find solution

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: With the deadline to ratify the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement nearing, hectic parlays are on in Geneva to resolve issues between developed countries and emerging economies, including India.

WTO,   World Trade Organization,   India on WTO,   food security issue,   Geneva,   TFA,  
<strong>India</strong> eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

India eyeing outright win against SA to seal semi-final spot

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: High on confidence after the spirited showing against Australia, the Indian men’s hockey team would look to win outright against South Africa in their final group match on Thursday, even though a draw is enough to seal their semi-final spot in the 20th Commonwealth Games.

Indian men’s hockey team,   India against South Africa,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Rahul stopped Sonia from becoming Prime Minister in 2004, claims former minister K Natwar

Rahul stopped Sonia from becoming Prime Minister in 2004, claims former minister K Natwar

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi declined to become Prime Minister in 2004 because of strong opposition from her son Rahul Gandhi who was afraid she would be killed like his father and grandmother if she accepted the post, former External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh claimed on Wednesday.

Sonia Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi,   K Natwar Singh,   Iraqi food-for-oil scam,   Manmohan Singh,  
Mandeep assures <strong>India</strong> of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

Mandeep assures India of first boxing medal at Glasgow CWG

30 Jul 2014

Glasgow: Young Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra assured himself of a medal in his debut Commonwealth Games by advancing to the semifinals of the 69kg division after his opponent failed the medical test ahead of their quarterfinal bout on Wednesday.

Indian boxer Mandeep Jangra,   Commonwealth Games,   CWG,  
Parliament canteen <strong>food</strong> not good, complain MPs

Parliament canteen food not good, complain MPs

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Quality of food served in Parliament canteen came under attack in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday as a member drew attention of the government towards MPs falling sick after consuming it.

Parliament,   canteen food,   MP,   government,   zero hour,  
<strong>Security</strong> beefed up in Coimbatore after threat of multiple blasts

Security beefed up in Coimbatore after threat of multiple blasts

30 Jul 2014

Coimbatore: Security has been tightened at all public places in the city after an anonymous caller rang up the police control room and warned of blasts at seven areas and dared them to try and prevent it.

Security,   Coimbatore,   multiple blasts,   Bomb Detection Squad,   surveillance,   ,  
Parliament gets unexpected visitor as ‘palm civet’ skips past <strong>security</strong> cordon

Parliament gets unexpected visitor as ‘palm civet’ skips past security cordon

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Parliament on Monday was in for an unanticipated shock as a palm civet, also known as a toddy cat, quietly sneaked into the House, leaving the security personnel discomfited.

Parliament,   toddy cat,   palm civet,   Wildlife SOS,   security cordon,  
Strength of the Maoist groups is around 8,500: Government

Strength of the Maoist groups is around 8,500: Government

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Government on Wednesday said the cadre strength of the Maoist organisations is around 8,500 and they have forged tactical understanding with some insurgent groups in the Northeast for procuring arms and ammunition.

Maoist,   government,   northeast,   naxals,   security forces,  
John Kerry arrives in <strong>India</strong> for strategic dialogue

John Kerry arrives in India for strategic dialogue

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived India on Wednesday to hold 5th Indo-US Strategic Dialogue during which India will be raising issues of snooping by the US' NSA and terrorism even as the two sides will explore "transformative initiatives" in key areas such as defence and energy.

John Kerry,   Sushma Swaraj,   US Secretary of State,   External Affairs Minister,   Jen Psaki,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,  
<strong>India</strong> defence firm bags order from Ecuador

India defence firm bags order from Ecuador

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Indian security equipment manufacturer MKU on Monday said it has bagged an order to provide 40,000 pieces of body armour to Ecuador, which is upgrading the protection ability of its police force.

Indian security equipment manufacturer,   MKU,   security technology,   Interior Ministry,   NATO,  

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