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 54 <strong>Indian</strong> prisoners of war in Pakistani jails: RTI

54 Indian prisoners of war in Pakistani jails: RTI

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: As many as 54 Indian soldiers, who were captured as Prisoners of Wars during battles of 1965 and 1971, are still believed to be in Pakistani jails, according to a RTI reply.

RTI,   Pakistani jails,   Defence Ministry,   PoWs,   Tejinder Singh Sethi ,  
Anglo-<strong>Indian</strong> social activist seeks nomination to Lok Sabha

Anglo-Indian social activist seeks nomination to Lok Sabha

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Tamil Nadu-based social activist Diana Grace Thomas is seeking nomination to Lok Sabha on behalf of Anglo-Indian community by the Narendra Modi government claiming support from international and national activists.

social activist Diana Grace Thomas,   nomination to Lok Sabha,   Anglo-Indian community,   Narendra Modi government,  
PIO card holders to get life long visa as government issues notification

PIO card holders to get life long visa as government issues notification

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Persons of Indian Origin will get life-long visa to visit India, the government has notified, days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the concession at the Madison Square Garden rally in the US.

Persons of Indian Origin,   Life-long visa,   Modi government,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Madison Square Garden,   India Visa policy,   PIO cards,  
Integrated fuel facility at Mumbai Airport gets CCI nod

Integrated fuel facility at Mumbai Airport gets CCI nod

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Fair trade watchdog Competition Commission of India (CCI) has approved setting up of an integrated aviation fuel facility in Mumbai by a joint venture of three state-owned oil firms and Mumbai International Airport Pvt Ltd after they agreed to put in place measures to prevent anti-competitive practices.

Mumbai International Airport Pvt Ltd,   CCI,   aviation fuel facility,   Indian Oil Corp Ltd,   Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd,  
Social identities have led to discrimination: Hamid Ansari

Social identities have led to discrimination: Hamid Ansari

27 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Citizens belonging to SCs, STs, religious minorities and women have suffered discrimination due to their social identities and this in turn has affected their access to resources, opportunities and even civil rights, Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Saturday said.

Hamid Ansari,   SCs,   STs,   religious minorities,   General category,   Indian Institute of Dalit Studies,   IIDS,   JNU,  
HC asks railways to introduce SMS service for distress calls

HC asks railways to introduce SMS service for distress calls

27 Sep 2014

Lucknow: Allahabad High Court has said that the Railways should put in place a system for making distress call through SMS and other mobile applications.

Allahabad High Court,   SMS service,   RDSO,   Indian Railway,   SMS service in Railways,  
Ministers attend engagement ceremony of Amit Shah's son

Ministers attend engagement ceremony of Amit Shah's son

14 Jul 2014

Ahmedabad: Several Union ministers of the Narendra Modi government, senior politicians and other dignitaries reached here today to attend the engagement ceremony of newly-elected BJP national president Amit Shah's son Jay Shah.

Amit Shah,   Narendra Modi,   Young Men's Christian Association Club,   Jay Shah,   Amit Shah’s son’s wedding,  
Narendra Modi to receive Chinese President in Gujarat

Narendra Modi to receive Chinese President in Gujarat

16 Sep 2014

Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will set aside protocol and himself receive Chinese President Xi Jinping when he arrives on Wednesday. Xi will become the first world leader to begin an India visit from Gujarat. The Chinese President will be in India on a three-day sojourn that will also take him to Delhi. Modi will himself receive Xi on his arrival from Colombo on Wednesday afternoon.

Indian PM,   NaMo,   Narendra Modi,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Guard of honour,   Indian Air Force ,  
Steps taken to get boats of <strong>Indian</strong> fishermen released

Steps taken to get boats of Indian fishermen released

14 Aug 2014

Chennai: With Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse ordering release of all Indian fishermen in custody in the island nation, BJP on Thursday said steps had also been taken to get their boats released.

Sri Lankan President,   Mahinda Rajapakse,   Indian fishermen,   Fishermen Association,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj ,  
Pakistan violates ceasefire again, fires at <strong>Indian</strong> posts

Pakistan violates ceasefire again, fires at Indian posts

14 Aug 2014

Jammu: In the sixth ceasefire violation in the past five days, Pakistani troops fired at forward Indian posts along the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch district.

ceasefire violation,   Pakistan violates ceasefire,   Indian posts,   Line of Control,   LoC,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Poonch district,  

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