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Special 'Kadhua' Banarasi silk saree for Michelle Obama

Special 'Kadhua' Banarasi silk saree for Michelle Obama

25 Jan 2015

Varanasi: An exquisite hand-woven Banarasi silk saree with gold and silver threads, which took weavers three months to complete, will be presented to American First Lady Michelle Obama during her three-day visit to the country.

Obama in India,   Michelle Obama,   Banarasi silk saree,   Sree given to Michelle Obama,   American First Lady,   Kadhua silk saree,   ,  
Lakhvi case: <strong>India</strong> conveys 'strong concern' to <strong>Pakistan</strong>

Lakhvi case: India conveys 'strong concern' to Pakistan

29 Dec 2014

New Delhi: In a sharp reaction, India on Monday conveyed to Pakistan its "strong concern" at the lack of effective action by it in the case of Mumbai attack mastermind Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, saying there seems to be no end in sight to that country remaining a safe-haven for well-known terror groups.

2008 Mumbai attacks,   Lakhvi detention order,   Lakhvi bail,   Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi,   India on Lakhvi bail,  
Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and failure at JLF

Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and failure at JLF

24 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Success depends on one's ability to face challenges without the fear of failure, said former President A P J Abdul at the Jaipur Literature Festival here on Saturday.

Former President of India,   Abdul Kalam,   Jaipur Literature Fest,   JLF,  
No <strong>talks</strong> with militant outfits indulging in violence: Rajnath Singh

No talks with militant outfits indulging in violence: Rajnath Singh

12 Jan 2015

Guwahati: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday categorically said there will be no talks with those militant outfits that indulge in violence though doors are open for parleys with others.

Rajnath Singh,   Union Home minister,   militants' outfit,   Guwahati,  
<strong>India</strong> asks <strong>Pakistan</strong> to hand over Dawood Ibrahim

India asks Pakistan to hand over Dawood Ibrahim

28 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India on Saturday asked Pakistan to hand over the "country's most wanted" and 1993 Mumbai blasts' mastermind Dawood Ibrahim, while the Congress said it was time for the Narendra Modi government to "walk the talk" and sought to know what it had done so far.

India,   Pakistan,   1993 Mumbai blasts,   Mastermind,   Dawood Ibrahim,   Congress,   Narendra Modi,   Modi government,  
ISIS will become more formidable, says MK Narayanan

ISIS will become more formidable, says MK Narayanan

23 Jan 2015

Chennai: The new version era as represented by the ISIS (Islamic State) is expected to become more formidable and India likely to be one of the prime targets, former national security advisor M K Narayanan cautioned on Friday.

ISIS,   MK Narayanan,   India,   Foreign Policy,  
Obama says Namaste; US National Security Council tweets Jai Hind

Obama says Namaste; US National Security Council tweets Jai Hind

25 Jan 2015

New Delhi: "Grateful for your extraordinary hospitality," said US President Barack Obama after being accorded ceremonial reception at the Rashtrapati Bhavan as he started his three-day State visit on Sunday.

Obama In India,   US President Barack Obama,   Rashtrapati Bhavan,   Guard of Honour at Rashtrapati Bhavan,   Republic Day ceremony,   US National Security Council ,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> violating ceasefire despite our hand of friendship: Rajnath Singh

Pakistan violating ceasefire despite our hand of friendship: Rajnath Singh

03 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Asking Pakistan to stop ceasefire violations, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said while India has been offering its hand of friendship, Pakistan was repeatedly targeting border areas in India.

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<strong>India</strong> be more pro-active if US addresses demand for green tech transfer: Javadekar

India be more pro-active if US addresses demand for green tech transfer: Javadekar

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Ahead of President Barack Obama's visit, India on Friday said it will be more pro-active on climate change issues if the US addresses its demand for transfer of green technology and operationalisation of the Green Climate Fund pledged by the developed world including America.

US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   US India relations,   Climate change,   Green technology,  
Congress doing politics over terror: BJP on <strong>Pakistan</strong> boat incident

Congress doing politics over terror: BJP on Pakistan boat incident

04 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Coming down heavily on Congress for asking the government to come clean on the Pakistani boat incident, BJP on Sunday accused the principal opposition party of touching a "new low" and doing politics over terror.

Congress,   Government of India,   Pakistani boat incident,   BJP,   Politics over terror,  

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