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Top security officials brief Home Minister on border situation

Top security officials brief Home Minister on border situation

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh was on Monday briefed by top security officials, including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, about the situation along the border with Pakistan, where heavy exchange of fire has taken place during the Sunday night.

Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   security officials,   LoC,   border,   National Security Advisor,   Ajit Doval,   ceasefire,   Pakistan,   India,  
Government to sanction 12 battalions to ITBP for China border duties

Government to sanction 12 battalions to ITBP for China border duties

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Government is set to clear a proposal to raise a dozen battalions and induct close to 12,000 fresh personnel in the Indo-China border guarding force ITBP to bolster the force's presence along this strategic frontier.

ITBP,   China border,   India,   Union Home Ministry,   Arunachal Pradesh,   Rajnath Singh,  
<strong>India</strong>, China sign 12 agreements during summit <strong>talks</strong>

India, China sign 12 agreements during summit talks

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: As many as 12 accord documents were exchanged between India and China following the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping here on Thursday. The first agreement was on a new pilgrimage route to Kailash Mansarovar, while two accords were on trade development. One agreement was on audio-video co-production, and another was on cooperation in railways.

Modi,   Xi,   sensitive issues,   Xi Jinping,   Chinese President,   Narendra Modi,   bilateral ties,   Indo-China realtions,  
Our jawans have 'shut Pakistan's mouth', says Prime Minister Modi

Our jawans have 'shut Pakistan's mouth', says Prime Minister Modi

10 Oct 2014

Dhamangaon (Maharashtra): As firing from across the border declined following strong retaliatory response by India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said Pakistan has been taught a "befitting lesson" with the Army "shutting their mouth".

jawans,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   ceasefire,   Pakistan ceasefire,   Pakistan,   India,   border outposts,   Indo-Pak realtion,   ceasefire violation,  
Foreign bank account legal, followed all rules: Burmans

Foreign bank account legal, followed all rules: Burmans

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi:  With one of its members, Pradip Burman, being named as an account holder in a foreign bank in the black money issue, Dabur India promoter family, Burmans on Monday said the account complied with all legal requirements.

Pradip Burman,   Dabur India,   Pradip Burman,   Black Money,   Black Money issue,   Swiss bank,   Supreme Court,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> envoy’s invitation to separatists before Foreign Secretary level <strong>talks</strong> stirs row

Pakistan envoy’s invitation to separatists before Foreign Secretary level talks stirs row

18 Aug 2014

Srinagar/New Delhi: An invitation by Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit to all the Kashmiri separatist leaders ‘for consultations’ in Delhi ahead of India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary level talks touched off a controversy with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) calling it ‘most unfortunate’ and ‘old tactics’.

Foreign Secretary level talks,   India-Pakistan ties,   India-Pakistan relations,   Pakistan High Commissioner,   Abdul Basit,   separatists,   Kashmir,   Kashmir issue,   NDA govt,   Congress,   BJP,  
Swiss authority willing to disclose info on black money: Centre to Supreme Court

Swiss authority willing to disclose info on black money: Centre to Supreme Court

27 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Monday told the Supreme Court that Swiss government has indicated its willingness to provide information on "stolen data" containing names of Indians who had allegedly stashed black money in banks there.

Swiss government,   Swiss bank,   black money,   black money holders,   swiss bank account holders,   Swiss law,   Switzerland,   India,  
Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore

Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Defence projects worth a whopping Rs 80,000 crore were on Saturday cleared by the government which decided that six submarines will be made indigenously and over 8,000 Israeli anti-tank guided missiles and 12 upgraded Dornier surveillance aircraft will be purchased.

Defence projects,   Modi government,   India submarines,   Anti-tank missiles,   Dornier surveillance aircraft,   India defence,  
Give primacy to Coal <strong>India</strong>: CPI-M

Give primacy to Coal India: CPI-M

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The CPI-M on Wednesday criticized the government decision to e-auction coal blocks and demanded that state-owned Coal India must be tasked to do all coal mining in the country.

New Delhi,   CPI-M,   government decision,   e-auction,   coal blocks,   Coal India,   coal mining,  
Incursions cast shadow on Sino-<strong>India</strong> meet, Modi raises issue

Incursions cast shadow on Sino-India meet, Modi raises issue

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: With the continuing stand-off in Ladakh casting a shadow over the Sino-India talks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday raised ‘serious concerns’ over the repeated incidents along the border and sought an early settlement of the boundary question.

Chinese incursion,   Narendra modi,   India-China border,   India –china relations,   India China ties,   Sino-India talks,   Xi Jinping,   Chinese President ,  

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