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AIIMS doctors to observe 'black badge day'

AIIMS doctors to observe 'black badge day'

04 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Resident doctors of AIIMS will observe a 'black badge day' on Tuesday as a gesture to support the ongoing strike by the doctors in Kanpur and all other medical colleges in Uttar Pradesh against the alleged high-handedness of city police and administration.

AIIMS,   Black Badge Day,   Indian Medical Association (IMA),   Irfan Solanki,   high-handedness of city police ,   Thirty-six junior doctors ,   ,  
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,  
Martyr's family pained at army's apathy

Martyr's family pained at army's apathy

25 Feb 2014

Jabalpur: It was supposed to be a proud moment for the family of Major Pramod Purushottam, who sacrificed his life while fighting terrorists virtually bare handed in Kashmir to save three journalists 14 years ago. But it didn’t prove to be so.

Major Pramod Purushottam,   Pramod Purushottam’s sacrifice,   Indian Army,   honouring Maj Purushottam,   Lt Col (retd) Valsa Purushottam,  
 Next Kargil could happen in Andamans: Ex- Navy chief

Next Kargil could happen in Andamans: Ex- Navy chief

03 Feb 2014

Panaji: India's next Kargil could happen in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, former Indian Navy chief Admiral (Retd) Arun Prakash has said.

Kargil,   Andhaman and Nicobar islands,   Indian Navy,   former Indian Navy chief Admiral Arun Prakash,   Terror attack in India ,  
Don't see RR engine deal probe impacting defence forces, says official

Don't see RR engine deal probe impacting defence forces, says official

03 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar): The probe into alleged graft in the purchase of Rolls Royce engines for the Hawk advanced jet trainer (AJT) was only logical and must not be taken as leading to a no-aircraft scenario for the defence forces, a top Indian official said on Monday.

RR engine deal,   defence forces,   Indian official,   Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd,   Sudhir Chaudhrie,   Britain's Serious Frauds Office,   CBI ,  
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,  
Bureaucracy tried to cook up something: VK Singh on troop movement

Bureaucracy tried to cook up something: VK Singh on troop movement

24 Feb 2014

Bhopal: Amidst a fresh controversy over movement of Army units towards Delhi in 2012, former army chief General (retired) VK Singh on Monday said the bureaucracy had tried to ‘cook up’ something even though it was a routine exercise.

VK Singh,   Troop movement,   Indian Army,   Former Army Chief,   DGMO,   Army movement in Delhi,   troop movement in Delhi ,  
<strong>Indian</strong>, Sri Lankan fishermen must talk: CPI-M

Indian, Sri Lankan fishermen must talk: CPI-M

25 Dec 2013

New Delhi: The CPI-M on Wednesday urged the Central government to work for a dialogue between Indian and Sri Lankan fishermen in order to end the unending attacks on the Indian fishing community.

CPI-M,   Indian fishermen,   Sri Lankan fishermen,   Indian and Sri Lankan fishermen,   Communist Party of India-Marxist,  
Railways passengers to get automatic SMS after confirmation of waitlisted tickets

Railways passengers to get automatic SMS after confirmation of waitlisted tickets

09 Feb 2014

New Delhi: Waitlisted passengers will soon get status messages in their mobile phones if their tickets get confirmed before journey.

Indian Railways,   waiting ticket confirmation,   e-ticket,   IRCTC,  
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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