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Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore

Centre gives nod to defence projects worth Rs 80,000 crore

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Defence projects worth a whopping Rs 80,000 crore were on Saturday cleared by the government which decided that six submarines will be made indigenously and over 8,000 Israeli anti-tank guided missiles and 12 upgraded Dornier surveillance aircraft will be purchased.

Defence projects,   Modi government,   India submarines,   Anti-tank missiles,   Dornier surveillance aircraft,   India defence,  
Tamil Nadu government hikes milk prices by Rs 10 a litre

Tamil Nadu government hikes milk prices by Rs 10 a litre

25 Oct 2014

Chennai: The Tamil Nadu government on Saturday announced a rise in milk prices by Rs 10 a litre, following demands from milk producers to increase the procurement price. The state government had increased milk prices three years ago.

Tamil Nadu,   Tamil Nadu government,   milk price hike,   milk price increased,   rise in milk price,  
AIR clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

AIR clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

25 Oct 2014

Chennai: Amidst growing voices accusing the union government of trying to "impose" Hindi through the state-run radio service, All India Radio on Saturday said it was "committed to conserve, enrich and promote regional languages."

All India Radio,   AIR Chennai,   Chennai,   AIR,   regional languages,   Hindi,   Tamil language,  
Pakistan to continue trade with <strong>India</strong>

Pakistan to continue trade with India

25 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan Commerce Minister Khurram Dastagir Khan has said the country would continue to trade with India despite border tensions. The minister said on Friday that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government is committed to increasing regional trade as part of promoting peace without compromising on national sovereignty, a Pakistan media reported.

Pakistan India trade,   Pakistan,   India,   trade,   Commerce Minister,   Khurram Dastagir Khan,   India Pak border tension,  
Cuttack to host <strong>India</strong>-Sri Lanka ODI series opener

Cuttack to host India-Sri Lanka ODI series opener

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Cuttack will host the opening match of the hastily-arranged ODI series between India and Sri Lanka on November 2 after the West Indies' stunning pullout over a pay dispute.

New Delhi,   Cuttack,   opening match,   ODI series,   India,   Sri Lanka,   West Indies,  
Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise

Dhoni new owner of HHIL's Ranchi franchise

25 Oct 2014

Ranchi: After motorsports and football, Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has now lent his support to Indian hockey by becoming the owner of the Ranchi franchise of the Hero Hockey India League (HHIL).

Ranchi,   motorsports,  football,   Indian cricket,   team captain,   Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   Indian hockey,   Ranchi franchise,  Hero Hockey India League,   HHIL,  
Nissan to recall 9,000 units of Micra, Sunny models in <strong>India</strong>

Nissan to recall 9,000 units of Micra, Sunny models in India

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Japanese auto major Nissan is recalling 9,000 units of its compact car Micra and mid-sized sedan Sunny in India to replace defective airbags as part of a global recall.

Nissan,   recall 9,  000 units,   Micra,   Sunny models,   India,   cars,   vehicles,   auto,  
Ethical and restrained use of natural resources needed: Suresh Soni

Ethical and restrained use of natural resources needed: Suresh Soni

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Instead of blindly aping the West, India should adapt what is from the outside world to its needs as espoused by BJP ideologue Deendayal Upadhyaya and pursue "ethical and restrained" use of natural resources for development, senior RSS functionary Suresh Soni said on Saturday.

Suresh Soni,   RSS,   natural resources,   BJP,   Deendayal Upadhyaya,   India,   ,  
Kerala nurses want to return to Iraq

Kerala nurses want to return to Iraq

25 Oct 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala nurses who have a valid work visa for Iraq are urging the state government to arrange for their return to that country to join duty. These nurses were in India on annual leave when trouble broke out in Iraq in July this year.

Kerala nurses,   Iraq,   work visa,   Kerala,   India,   annual leave,   Keralite nurses,  
Saina Nehwal bows out of French Open

Saina Nehwal bows out of French Open

25 Oct 2014

Paris: Ace India shuttler Saina Nehwal crashed out of the French Open Super Series after going down to World No. 2 Shixian Wang of China in a hard-fought women's singles quarterfinal contest here.

Paris,   India shuttler,   Saina Nehwal,   French Open Super Series,   Shixian Wang,   China,   women's singles quarterfinal,  

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