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Government to approve 17 <strong>food</strong> parks; Rs 2000 crore investment expected

Government to approve 17 food parks; Rs 2000 crore investment expected

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Government will approve 17 food parks across the country over the next few months, attracting investments of about Rs 2,100 crore, Food Processing Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said on Monday.

17 food parks,   Harsimrat Kaur Badal,   cold chain projects,   Central Processing Center,  
Australia seeks broad new <strong>security</strong> powers after anti-terror raids

Australia seeks broad new security powers after anti-terror raids

22 Sep 2014

SYDNEY: Australia's government is seeking broad new security powers to combat what it says is a rising threat from militant Islamists, the Prime Minister said on Monday, on the heels of sweeping counter-terrorism raids last week.

Australia government,   Security powers,   Militants,   Islamists,   Australia Prime Minister,   Counter-terrorism,  
Will spare no effort to safeguard borders: Rajnath Singh

Will spare no effort to safeguard borders: Rajnath Singh

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The government will spare no effort to safeguard the country's borders and will address all important issues related to security, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Monday.

Rajnath Singh,   MHA,   Ministry of Home Affairs,   BSF,   security of India ,  
US hails Afghan power deal, seeks quick <strong>security</strong> pact

US hails Afghan power deal, seeks quick security pact

22 Sep 2014

Kabul: United States has welcomed a power-sharing deal that saw former finance minister Ashraf Ghani declared Afghanistan's next President, saying that it hopes a crucial security agreement will be signed within a week.

US,   Afghanistan,   Nuclear deal,   Ashraf Ghani,   Taliban,   Hamid Karzai,   Afghanistan President ,  
Germany respects India's concern on <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong>

Germany respects India's concern on food security

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Germany has expressed optimism that a solution could be found with regard to India's concerns over the food security issues at the WTO.

Germany,   WTO,   Sigmar Gabrial,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   food security in India,   ,  
NSG writes to SPG to enhance VVIP <strong>security</strong> skills

NSG writes to SPG to enhance VVIP security skills

21 Sep 2014

New Delhi: NSG commandos, who guard some of the most high-risk VVIPs in the country, are set to sharpen their skills in this domain with the elite force asking the Special Protection Group to audit its performance and share expertise in better securing its protectees.

New Delhi,   NSG commandos,   VVIPs,   Special Protection Group,   SPG,   NSG,   PM,  
India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

17 Sep 2014

United Nations: India has made progress on the twin fronts of reducing hunger and child mortality but is still short of development goals, two international reports say. Fewer Indian children under five are dying, with infant mortality rate coming down from 126 per 1,000 in 1990 to 53 last year, a UN report released in New York said.

United Nations,   hunger,   child mortality,   child mortality in India,   Food Security Act,  
Good relations not at cost of <strong>security</strong>, dignity: Congress

Good relations not at cost of security, dignity: Congress

20 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Taking potshots at Narendra Modi government over its talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Congress said that good relations are important but not at the cost of ‘security and dignity’.

Congress,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   Narendra Modi,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Salman Khurshid ,  
Uttarakhand government to launch <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong> scheme for old women

Uttarakhand government to launch food security scheme for old women

12 Sep 2014

Dehradun: A special scheme will be launched in Uttarakhand on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on October 2 to ensure food security for old women, Chief Minister Harish Rawat said.

Dehradun,   Uttarakhand,   Gandhi Jayanti,   Food security,   Old women,   Chief Minister,   Harish Rawat,  
Government seeks consensus for changes in Land Acquisition Act

Government seeks consensus for changes in Land Acquisition Act

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Government sought "consensus" to bring changes in the Land Acquisition Act to make it more investor-friendly but said it was not happening due to the "contradictory views" within political parties which are wanting changes in the legislation.

Modi Government,   Land Acquisition Act,   lank bill,   Political parties,   Legislation,  

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