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OP Jaisha's Illness Delays <strong>Ministry</strong> Probe Into Official Apathy

OP Jaisha's Illness Delays Ministry Probe Into Official Apathy

26 Aug 2016

Bengaluru: The probe into allegations of official apathy levelled by Olympian marathon runner OP Jaisha has been delayed as the athlete is recovering from Swine Flu and will need at least a week's rest.

OP Jaisha,   OP Jaisha Swine Flu,   OP Jaisha H1N1,   Sudha Singh,   Rio Olympics 2016,   Olympics 2016,   SAI,   Sports Authority of India,   Latest sports news ,  
<strong>India</strong> Shouldn’t Do Anything Contrary To Peace, Says China On BrahMos Depolyment

India Shouldn’t Do Anything Contrary To Peace, Says China On BrahMos Depolyment

26 Aug 2016

Beijing: The Chinese military on Friday said India should not do anything ‘contrary’ to the consensus reached between the two countries to maintain peace and stability in border areas, a remark which comes in the backdrop of reports that India plans to deploy BrahMos missiles along the border with China.

China,   India,   BrahMos,   supersonic missile,   Chinese military,   BrahMos missiles,   China border,   Chinese Ministry of Defence,   Colonel Wu Qian,   latest world news,  
Obesity May Cause Eight More Types Of Cancer: Study

Obesity May Cause Eight More Types Of Cancer: Study

26 Aug 2016

New York: Are you overweight and obese? Be warned, as you may be at an increased risk of developing eight more forms of cancer, including stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, ovary, meningioma -- a type of brain tumour -- thyroid cancer and the blood cancer multiple myeloma, says a review.

obesity,   cancer,   types of cancer,   health,   research on obesity,   study on obesity,   health news,  
Don't Remain In Denial Mode On Support To Cross-Border Terror: <strong>India</strong> To Pakistan

Don't Remain In Denial Mode On Support To Cross-Border Terror: India To Pakistan

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi: India on Friday asked Pakistan not to remain in a "denial" mode regarding its support to cross- border terrorism as the war of words between the two countries intensified.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Vikas Swarup,   Terrorism,   India,   Pakistan,   India news ,  
Will Put Things In Right Directions: Manohar Parrikar On Scorpene Data Leak

Will Put Things In Right Directions: Manohar Parrikar On Scorpene Data Leak

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi:  Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday said that Scorpene submarines data leak case is not a big worry and he has already directed the Indian Navy to find the area of concerns and take appropriate steps to address the issue.

Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Ministry,   Scorpene Data Leak,   Australian Media,   Nation news,  
Surrogate Motherhood Bill Gets Cabinet’s Nod, Will Be Introduced Soon

Surrogate Motherhood Bill Gets Cabinet’s Nod, Will Be Introduced Soon

24 Aug 2016

New Delhi: A draft bill which aims to safeguard the rights of surrogate mothers and make parentage of such children legal was cleared on Wednesday by the Union Cabinet.

Surrogate Motherhood,   Cabinet,   Parliament session,   Health Ministry,   JP Nadda,   India news ,  
NITI Aayog Initiative: Singapore Deputy PM Expresses Concern Over India’s School Dropout

NITI Aayog Initiative: Singapore Deputy PM Expresses Concern Over India’s School Dropout

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Drawing attention to a high dropout rate in upper primary schools, Singapore Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Friday said schools are facing the ‘biggest crisis’ in India. Delivering the first lecture of government think-tank Niti Aayog's 'Transforming India' initiative, he said the world's second-most populous country also has the biggest gap in talent at the top and unfulfilled potential at bottom.

NITI Aayog,   NITI in India,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Singapore Deputy PM,   India news,  
Audio Clips In Sheena Case Integral Part Of Charge Sheets: CBI

Audio Clips In Sheena Case Integral Part Of Charge Sheets: CBI

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi: CBI on Friday made it clear that certain audio clips related to Sheena Bora murder case had been taken note of and formed "integral part' of its charge sheets in the case.

Sheena Bora,   Peter Mukherjea,   CBI,   Audio tapes,   Indrani Mukherjea,   Sheena Bora murder case,   India news,  
Renault Has Increased The Price For Its Blue-Eyed Model, The Kwid

Renault Has Increased The Price For Its Blue-Eyed Model, The Kwid

26 Aug 2016

In the year 2015, Renault, one of the illustrious French car manufacturer has launched its most awaited model the Kwid. The car was highly applauded by Indian customers and immediately became an instant hit in small hatch segment. The starting price of the car is Rs.2.56 lakh. In the year 2016 January, the company has decided to increase its price by between Rs.3000-6000.

Renault,   Renault cars,   Renault cars in India,   Kwid,   Kwid in India,   Auto news,  
PM Modi’s Vision For <strong>India</strong> Is Rapid Transformation, Not Gradual Evolution

PM Modi’s Vision For India Is Rapid Transformation, Not Gradual Evolution

26 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Enunciating his vision to rapidly transform India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said there is a need to change laws, eliminate unnecessary procedures and speed up processes to go beyond ‘mere incremental progress’.

PM Modi,   NITI Aayog,   PM Modi vision,   Transforming India,   Transforming India Lecture,   NITI Aayog annual series,   Modi at Vigyan Bhavan,   Singapore PM,   latest Nation news,   ,  

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