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President to lead <strong>Indian</strong> delegation for Mandela's memorial service

President to lead Indian delegation for Mandela's memorial service

08 Dec 2013

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee will lead a high-level Indian delegation for the memorial service of former South African president and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela on Tuesday.

Pranab Mukherjee,   Nelson Mandela,   UPA government,   Sonia Gandhi,   Sushma Swaraj,   Mandela's memorial service,  
Chopper scam: <strong>Indian</strong> officials to examine 'middleman' Haschke

Chopper scam: Indian officials to examine 'middleman' Haschke

08 Dec 2013

New Delhi: Indian officials will examine alleged middleman Guido Haschke in the chopper scam during the ongoing proceedings of the case in an Italian court on December 13, Defence Ministry sources on Saturday said.

Chopper scam,   Guido Haschke,   Defence Ministry,   VVIP chopper deal,   SP Tyagi,  
SC verdict on death sentence commutation patently illegal: Centre

SC verdict on death sentence commutation patently illegal: Centre

01 Mar 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Saturday moved the Supreme Court seeking review of its verdict holding that undue delay by the government in deciding mercy plea can be a ground to commute death sentence of a condemned prisoner.

Mercy plea,   Supreme Court,   Rajiv Gandhi killers,   Rajiv Gandhi assassination case,   condemned prisoners in India,   Indian prisoners ,  
Efforts on for release of <strong>Indian</strong> ship captain jailed in Togo

Efforts on for release of Indian ship captain jailed in Togo

06 Dec 2013

Mumbai: Efforts are on to secure the release of an Indian sailor jailed in Togo whose family eagerly awaits his return for performing the last rites of his 11-month son who died earlier this week, Union Minister ofState for Shipping Miland Deora said on Friday.

Indian sailors,   Togo,   Miland Deora,   captain Sunil James,   MT Ocean Centurion,  
SC seeks response from Centre, Railway on use of sub-standard materials in trains

SC seeks response from Centre, Railway on use of sub-standard materials in trains

28 Feb 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday sought response from the Centre and Railways on the allegation that use of sub-standard materials for furnishing interiors of coaches has caused asphyxiation deaths due to inhalation of toxic gases by passengers during fire accidents in trains.

Supreme Court,   Indian Railways,   RDSO,   RITES,   trains,   sub-standard material in trains,  
US safest place for <strong>Indian</strong> students: Diplomat

US safest place for Indian students: Diplomat

04 Dec 2013

Coimbatore: Being a diverse country, the United States is the safest place for students, particularly from India, and there is no need for any fear about racism, a senior US diplomat on Wednesday said.

Racism,   US,   Indian students in US,   US safe for Indian students,   US Diplomat,  
Modi accuses Centre of ignoring pilgrimage places

Modi accuses Centre of ignoring pilgrimage places

14 Feb 2014

Ambaji: Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the Indian government had ignored development of pilgrimage places in the country as tourism destinations for the sake of "distorted" secularism.

narendra modi,   pilgrimage places,   tourism destinations,   Pranpratishthan Mahotsav,   Indian economy,  
India lost a decade under UPA rule: Narendra Modi

India lost a decade under UPA rule: Narendra Modi

27 Feb 2014

New Delhi: Accusing the Congress-led UPA government of pushing back the country by a decade, BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi said that he would endeavour to provide effective governance as it was more important than good policies.

Narendra Modi,   UPA government,   Modi speech,   Lok Sabha elections,   BJP ,   Congress,   India growth,   Indian economy,  
I was firm on taking responsibility for mishaps, says outgoing Navy Chief

I was firm on taking responsibility for mishaps, says outgoing Navy Chief

27 Feb 2014

New Delhi: A day after resigning as Navy Chief, Admiral DK Joshi on Thursday wrote to his colleagues, saying he was "firm" on taking responsibility for the mishaps that have taken place.

DK Joshi,   Admiral DK Joshi,   Navy Chief,   Submarine mishap,   Indian Navy,   Defence Ministry,  
National capital gets some respite from sizzling heat

National capital gets some respite from sizzling heat

30 May 2013

After a long spell of searing heat, Delhiites on Thursday got some respite as maximum temperature took a slight dip and settled close to 40 degrees Celsius.

Summer,   respite from summer,   temperatures dip in Delhi,   day temperature comes down,   MET department,  

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