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Islamic State trying to gain foothold in PoK: Army

Islamic State trying to gain foothold in PoK: Army

03 Jul 2015

Jhangar (Noushera): Terror outfit Islamic State (IS) is trying to gain a foothold in Pakistan occupied Kashmir, a senior Army official said today. "Whatever inputs we have, IS has not taken in a major way, but they are definitely trying to gain foothold in the area (PoK)", General Officer  Commanding (GoC), 16 Corps, Lieutenant Gen K H Singh told reporters on sidelines of an Army function here today.

ISIS,   IS in PoK,   Indian Army,   Terror outfit,   Islamic State,   Pakistan occupied Kashmir,   Latest Nation New,  
Airbus, Mahindra strike deal to build military choppers in <strong>India</strong>

Airbus, Mahindra strike deal to build military choppers in India

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Europe's Airbus Group and India's Mahindra Group have struck a deal to build helicopters jointly as they bid to win an expected wave of orders from the country's armed forces, the companies said in a statement on Friday.

Airbus,   Military choppers,   Mahindra,   Choppers manufacture in India,   Airbus Group,   Mahindra Group,   Latest Business News,  
Volvo launches S60 T6 petrol at Rs 42 lakh in <strong>India</strong>

Volvo launches S60 T6 petrol at Rs 42 lakh in India

03 Jul 2015

Chennai: Swedish luxury car maker Volvo Corporation launched new S60 T6 petrol car priced at around Rs.42 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. The company is hoping to garner a 10 percent market share by 2020 by launching new models, expanding distribution network and focusing on brand-building, said a top official of Volvo Auto India.

Volvo Corporation,   Volvo S60 T6,   Volvo petrol,   Volvo market,   Volvo Auto India,  
Socio Economic and Caste census paints grim picture of rural <strong>India</strong>

Socio Economic and Caste census paints grim picture of rural India

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011 today painted a grim picture of rural India, indicating that one out of three families living in villages is landless and depends on manual labour for livelihood.

Socio eco census,   Rural India,   Socio Economic and Caste Census,   SECC,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Rural Development Minister,   Chaudhary Birendra Singh,   Census,   Latest Nation News ,  
Molestation case: St Stephen's Professor's arrest stayed till 17th August

Molestation case: St Stephen's Professor's arrest stayed till 17th August

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today stayed the arrest of St Stephen's College Professor Satish Kumar, an accused of molesting a PhD student, till August 17. Justice Indermeet Kaur also issued notice to Delhi Police on Kumar's plea directing it to file a status report with regard to the progress made in the investigation of the case before next date of hearing.

Molestation case,   St Stephen professor,   Delhi High Court,   St Stephens college,   Satish Kumar,   Molestation case in St Stephens,   Latest States News,  
1,400 primary teachers resign in Bihar fearing government action over fake degrees

1,400 primary teachers resign in Bihar fearing government action over fake degrees

03 Jul 2015

Patna: Altogether 1,400 primary teachers have resigned from service in Bihar fearing government action over possession of fake educational degrees, a senior officer of the Education Department said.

Bihar teachers resign,   teachers fake degrees,   Bihar primary teachers,   Bihar government,   fake educational degrees,   Patna High Court,   Bihar fake teachers,   Bihar,   latest news,  
We want friendly ties with neighbours including <strong>Pakistan</strong>: Rajnath Singh

We want friendly ties with neighbours including Pakistan: Rajnath Singh

02 Jul 2015

Srinagar: The government today said it sincerely wants to have friendly relations with all its neighbouring countries, including Pakistan, but Islamabad will also have to think about its approach.

Modi government,   India Pakistan relations,   India neighbour,   Nepal,   Bangladesh ,  
Hockey: Indian women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

Hockey: Indian women one win away from presenting Olympic credentials

03 Jul 2015

Antwerp (Belgium): Indian women go into tomorrow's hockey encounter with Japan in the World League Semifinals with the focus on enhancing their claim for Olympic qualification after a gap of 36 years.

Indian women hockey,   Hockey India,   World League Semifinals,   Hockey Olympic,  
Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

Laxman's advise to stay in present helped: Manoj Tiwary

03 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Being on the fringes of Indian cricket team for years can be a tad frustrating but Manoj Tiwary has learnt to live with it and is now preparing for the upcoming challenge in Zimbabwe with some "great advice" from VVS Laxman.

Indian cricket team,   BCCI,   Manoj Tiwary,   India vs Zimbabwe,   VVS Laxman,  
Flight delay: Co-passengers come out in support of Maharashtra CM Fadnavis

Flight delay: Co-passengers come out in support of Maharashtra CM Fadnavis

03 Jul 2015

New York: Two passengers travelling on the same US-bound Air India aircraft from Mumbai came out in support of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, saying that he did not delay the flight even as he has threatened legal action once he returns to India.

Air India flight delay,   Fadnavis flight row,   Air India aircraft,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Maharashtra Chief Minister,   US visa,   latest news,  

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