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NHRC raps Health Ministry for delaying report on HIV drugs

NHRC raps Health Ministry for delaying report on HIV drugs

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has rapped the Union Health Ministry for failing to meet the deadline to respond to its notice issued over alleged shortage of life saving drugs for HIV patients.

NHRC,   Indian Health Ministry,   Health Ministry,   HIV,   HIV drugs,   National Human Rights Commission,   HIV patients,   India,  
<strong>Indian</strong> Army chief cancels Bhutan visit

Indian Army chief cancels Bhutan visit

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Indian Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag has canceled his four-day trip to Bhutan as Chinese troops continue to camp inside Indian territory in the Ladakh area of Jammu and Kashmir, sources said on Monday.

Indian Army,   Army Chief,   Bhutan visit,   General Dalbir Singh Suhag,   Chinese invasion,  Indo-Tibetan Border Police,   ,  
Munde's death: Second mid-<strong>summer</strong> tragedy for BJP

Munde's death: Second mid-summer tragedy for BJP

03 Jun 2014

Mumbai/New Delhi: The tragic death of Union Minister for Rural Development Gopinath Munde, who was killed early on Tuesday in a road accident in the national capital, comes off as a another blow to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Gopinath Munde,   Union Rural Development Minister,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   NDA,  
Five Tamil Nadu fishermen get death penalty in Sri Lanka; MEA to pursue case with Island Nation

Five Tamil Nadu fishermen get death penalty in Sri Lanka; MEA to pursue case with Island Nation

30 Oct 2014

Colombo/New Delhi: Five Indian fishermen were given death penalty by a Sri Lankan court on Thursday for alleged drug trafficking, prompting a response from India that it will appeal to a higher court against the judgement.

Chennai,   Sri Lankan court,   death penalty,   Indian fishermen,   Tamil Nadu,   drugs case,   New Delhi,  
Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats

Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Unveiling an austerity drive to trim fiscal deficit, the government on Thursday has banned first class air travel for bureaucrats, meetings in five-star hotels and purchase of cars while freezing new appointments.

Government,   austerity drive,   GDP,   Finance Ministry,   Indian economy,   first class air travel,   five-star hotel meeting,   ,  
Over 1.36 lakh <strong>Indian</strong> pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj

Over 1.36 lakh Indian pilgrims reach Saudi Arabia for Haj

30 Sep 2014

Jeddah: All the 1,36,020 Indian pilgrims who will perform Haj this year have reached Saudi Arabia, officials said on Tuesday.

Indian pilgrims,   Haj,   Saudi Arabia,   Indian Consul General,   BS Mubarak,   ,  
Chinese troops begin withdrawing from <strong>Indian</strong> territory

Chinese troops begin withdrawing from Indian territory

19 Sep 2014

Leh/New Delhi: After heightened tension in Chumar area in Northeast Ladakh for four days, Chinese troops on Thursday night began withdrawing from the Indian territory, according to the official sources. Chinese troops started retreating and the Indian army, which was present abundantly in the area, about 300 km east of Leh, too distanced away, the sources said.

Chinese troops,   withdrawing,   Indian territory,   India ,   China,   Indo-China relations,   PM Narendra Modi,   Xi Jinping,   Narendra Modi,  
‘SelectUSA’ to help resolve visa issues of <strong>Indian</strong> firms

‘SelectUSA’ to help resolve visa issues of Indian firms

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Amidst India raising concerns over visa issues with US, an American investment facilitation body SelectUSA, on Thursday said it would help in resolving the visa issues by highlighting them before the state administration. Established by President Obama in 2011, SelectUSA romotes and facilitates business investment into America. It is a wing of US Department of Commerce.

US visa,   SelectUSA,   Vinai K Thummalapally,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Export-Import Bank of India ,  
'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat' video crosses 1 million hits on YouTube

'Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat' video crosses 1 million hits on YouTube

01 Nov 2014

Mumbai: A music video dedicated to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" (Clean India Campaign) has crossed one million hits on YouTube.

Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat,   video,   1 million hits,   YouTube,   Clean Indian campaign,   Swacch Bharat campaign,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,  
Samsung to step up investments in India's 4G market

Samsung to step up investments in India's 4G market

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Korean technology major Samsung has committed to scale up its investments in India's 4G market in a meeting with Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, while LG expressed great faith in the "changed investment climate".

India's 4G market,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   LG,   Samsung,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Indian economy,   Indian mobile network,  

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