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Stern action against doctors if found guilty of graft charges: Medical Council of <strong>India</strong>

Stern action against doctors if found guilty of graft charges: Medical Council of India

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: With the Medical Council of India issuing summons to about 300 doctors from across the country over graft charges, MCI president Jayshree Mehta on Wednesday said stern action would be taken against those found guilty.

Medical Council of India,   MCI president,   Jayshree Mehta,   Ethics Committee,   Chief Vigilance Commissioner,   Health ministry,   IT returns,  
PM Modi invites US President Barack Obama to be chief guest for Republic Day

PM Modi invites US President Barack Obama to be chief guest for Republic Day

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi/Washington: India has invited US President Barack Obama to be the chief guest at the 2015 Republic Day celebrations, an invitation which has been accepted by the American leader.

Narendra Modi,   Barack Obama,   Prime Minister,   US President,   Republic Day,   January 26,   India US relations ,  
Visit not connected to Bhutan-China border <strong>talks</strong>: Mukherjee

Visit not connected to Bhutan-China border talks: Mukherjee

07 Nov 2014

Thimphu: Asserting that his Bhutan visit has nothing to do with the country's border talks with China, President Pranab Mukherjee has said Indo-Bhutanese ties are independent of any third party influence and have great potential to scale new heights on their own.

Bhutan-China,   President Pranab Mukherjee,   Venu Rajamony,   ,  
 German vs Sanskrit controversy created 'deliberately': Smriti Irani

German vs Sanskrit controversy created 'deliberately': Smriti Irani

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday said a controversy over German being replaced in KV schools has been created "deliberately" and asserted that its continuation as third language would have been a violation of the Constitution.

Smriti Irani,   HRD Minister,   Education in India,   Kendriya Vidyalay,   Sanskrit,   German Language,   Foreign Language ,  
No <strong>talks</strong> with <strong>Pakistan</strong> unless they stop terror, says Rajnath Singh

No talks with Pakistan unless they stop terror, says Rajnath Singh

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Sending out a stern message to Pakistan, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday made it categorically clear that no dialogue is possible unless Pakistan stops terrorism and violence.

Rajnath Singh,   Union Home Minister,   India-Pakistan relations,   India-Pakistan ties,   ceasefire,   ceasefire violations,   SAARC,  
<strong>India</strong>-US need to collaborate on renewable energy: Harsh Vardhan

India-US need to collaborate on renewable energy: Harsh Vardhan

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Science and Technology and Earth Sciences Minister Harsh Vardhan said India and the US need to come together to work on developing renewable energy sources to develop cost effective and efficient products.

Science,   Technology,   Earth Sciences,   Harsh Vardhan,   Renewable energy,  
Gogoi asks Rajnath to set up anti-terror system for east <strong>India</strong>

Gogoi asks Rajnath to set up anti-terror system for east India

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Worried over reports that al Qaida may carry out subversive activities in Indian sub- continent, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has backed a proposal that the Centre sets up an institutional mechanism for eastern India to coordinate and monitor terror acts and share intelligence.

Al Qaida,   Indian sub-continent,   Assam Chief Minister,   Tarun Gogoi,   Centre,   Eastern India,   Terror acts,   Share intelligence,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> parliament's anti-<strong>India</strong> resolution an 'act of desperation': BJP

Pakistan parliament's anti-India resolution an 'act of desperation': BJP

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The passing of an anti-India resolution by the Pakistani parliament was an "act of desperation" and the result of the neighbouring country's isolation by the world community, BJP said.

Pakistan parliament,   anti-India resolution,   act of desperation,   BJP,   politics,   ,  
Trade, culture redeem dented <strong>India</strong>-<strong>Pakistan</strong> ties

Trade, culture redeem dented India-Pakistan ties

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: India may have called off the Aug 25 foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan, but this hasn't dampened the enthusiasm of trade associations and businessmen who are bridging the dented relationship through exhibitions and cultural exchanges to promote bilateral trade between the two nations whose political leadership remains at odds.

New Delhi,   India,   Pakistan,   Indo-Pak relation,   Indo-Pak trade,   foreign secretary-level talks,   trade associations,   exhibitions,   cultural exchanges,   bilateral trade,   political leadership,   ceasefire violations,   LOC,  
Government announces concessions for refugees from <strong>Pakistan</strong>, Afghanistan

Government announces concessions for refugees from Pakistan, Afghanistan

13 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government on Thursday announced a number of concessions for Hindu and Sikh refugees from Pakistan and Afghanistan as part of which it also introduced relaxations in the procedure for granting them Indian citizenship.

concessions for refugees,   Pakistan,   Afghanistan,   Hindu,   Sikh,   refugees,   relaxation,   Indian citizenship,  Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Long Term Visa,  

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