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Suresh Prabhu outlines four goals for <strong>Indian</strong> Railways

Suresh Prabhu outlines four goals for Indian Railways

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday outlined four goals for improvement in the Indian Railways over the next five years.

railbudget2015,   Suresh Prabhu,   Railway Minister,   Budget session,   Indian Railway,  
 27 <strong>Indian</strong> satellites currently operational: Government

27 Indian satellites currently operational: Government

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: As many as 27 satellites, including 11 which facilitate the communication network in the country, are currently operational and one more is to be launched next month, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Indian satellites,   Jitendra Singh ,   Lok Sabha,   Question Hour,   Budget Session ,  
People's expectations are high, much more to be done: PM Modi

People's expectations are high, much more to be done: PM Modi

26 May 2015

New Delhi: On the first anniversary of his government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said people's expectations are 'high' and there is 'much more to be done' as he listed the work done over the last one year, ranging from 'rejuvenating' the economy to initiatives for the poor.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   One year of Modi Government,   Indian economy,   Prime Minister,   365 days of Modi,   Report card of Modi government,   Latest news on Narendra Modi,   Narendra Modi ,  
Parrikar refuses to comment on President's remarks but praises Bofors guns

Parrikar refuses to comment on President's remarks but praises Bofors guns

26 May 2015

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday described the quality of Swedish Bofors guns as "good" but refused to comment on remarks attributed to President Pranab Mukherjee that the controversy surrounding its acquisition was a "media trial".

Manohar Parrikar,   Bofors guns,   President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   Defence Minister ,   Swedish Bofors guns ,   Bofors scam,   Bofors guns,   Indian Army,   Arms,   Bofors controversy,  
IAF plane carrying 168 <strong>Indian</strong> nationals evacuated from Yemen landed in Kochi

IAF plane carrying 168 Indian nationals evacuated from Yemen landed in Kochi

02 Apr 2015

Kochi: An IAF plane carrying 168 Indian nationals evacuated from Yemen landed here on Wednesday night in the government's first major mission to rescue Indians stranded in the strife-torn nation.

IAF plane,   Indian nationals in Yemen,   Kochi airport,   Indians stranded in Yemen,   Yemen crisis,   Latest news from Yemen,  
Three ISVs commissioned into <strong>Indian</strong> Navy

Three ISVs commissioned into Indian Navy

23 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Three Immediate Support Vessels (ISVs) were commissioned into the Indian Navy here on Thursday by the Vice Admiral Anil Chopra, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Naval Command.

Immediate Support Vessels,   ISVs,   Indian Navy,   new ships in Navy,   ONGC,  
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,  
Detective squad to probe <strong>Indian</strong> woman stabbing case in Australia

Detective squad to probe Indian woman stabbing case in Australia

09 Mar 2015

Sydney/New Delhi: Australia on Monday assured India that the perpetrators of the fatal knife attack on an Indian woman IT professional in a Sydney suburb will be brought to justice and a special detective squad has been assigned to probe the "brutal and cowardly" assault.

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<strong>Indian</strong> woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring health: Survey

Indian woman playing multiple roles, but ignoring health: Survey

06 Mar 2015

Mumbai: As Indian women continue to endeavour to do the best in their life and profession, they are tending to neglect their health, shows a recent survey.

Indian women,   Women health,   health insurance,  
Monsoon may hit Kerala on 1st June

Monsoon may hit Kerala on 1st June

10 May 2015

New Delhi: Monsoon is expected to arrive on time this year, hitting Kerala on June 1, but rainfall may remain below normal, prompting the government to put in place a contingency plan and push crop insurance for farmers.

Monsoon in India,   Rains in Kerala,   rainfall in India,   crop insurance,   Indian farmers,   Latest news,  

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