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India refuses to budge under Chinese pressure, says it has right to develop <strong>border</strong> areas

India refuses to budge under Chinese pressure, says it has right to develop border areas

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Brushing aside China's reservations to its plans to develop infrastructure along the border, the Narendra Modi-led NDA government on Saturday said it has every right to undertake such projects in Indian territory and no one can stop it.

Indo-China border,   Kiren Rijiju,   China border,   China government,   infrastructure development ,  
Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>: MeT

Nilofar weakens, drizzles may occur in Rajasthan: MeT

01 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Units of Border Security Force in Rajasthan's border districts have been put on alert in the wake of cyclone storm 'Nilofar', even as Meteorological department has predicted only mild rainfall in the coming 48 hours.

Nilofar,   Rajasthan,   cyclone,   storm,   rainfall,   Gujarat,  
Cyclone Nilofar to have mild affect in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>: MeT

Cyclone Nilofar to have mild affect in Rajasthan: MeT

28 Oct 2014

Jaipur: Cyclone Nilofar, developing in the Arabian Sea, would have mild affect in Rajasthan's border districts of Barmer, Jalore and Jodhpur on its arrival later this week, a MeT official said on Tuesday.

Jaipur,   Cyclone Nilofar,   Arabian Sea,   Rajasthan,   Border districts,   Barmer,   Jalore,   Jodhpur,  
Pakistan won't dare to disturb <strong>border</strong> peace anytime soon: Rajnath

Pakistan won't dare to disturb border peace anytime soon: Rajnath

31 Oct 2014

Bhopal: Asserting that Pakistan has been given a "befitting" reply for violating ceasefire, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said Islamabad would not dare to disturb peace at the border anytime soon.

Bhopal,   Pakistan,   ceasefire,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Islamabad ,  
125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-Pak <strong>border</strong>

125 polling stations to be relocated along Indo-Pak border

31 Oct 2014

Jammu: Fearing disturbances from across the Indo-Pak border, Jammu and Kashmir government will relocate 125 polling stations along the borderline in Jammu district to safer places to ensure border dwellers vote freely.

Indo-Pak border,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K government,   J&K polling stations,   J&K borderline,   J&K assembly ,  
<strong>Rajasthan</strong> government approves Rs 1,115 crore "Gramin Gaurav Path" projects

Rajasthan government approves Rs 1,115 crore "Gramin Gaurav Path" projects

31 Oct 2014

Jaipur: Rajasthan government on Friday approved a Rs 1,115 crore "Gramin Gaurav Path" programme, a major road construction project under which about 2,048 km of roads would be built in 33 districts.

Rajasthan,   Rajasthan government,   Gramin Gaurav Path,   Gramin Gaurav Path projects,   Vasundhara Raje,  
China to construct new rail line in Tibet

China to construct new rail line in Tibet

31 Oct 2014

Beijing: China on Friday approved construction of a new strategically important high altitude railway line in Tibet costing about USD six billion that would come close to the Indian border in Arunachal Pradesh.

China,   China rail line,   Rail line construction,   Railway line,   Tibet,   Indian border,   Arunachal Pradesh,  
BSF in <strong>Rajasthan</strong> offered sweets to Pak Rangers on Diwali

BSF in Rajasthan offered sweets to Pak Rangers on Diwali

24 Oct 2014

Jaisalmer: BSF personnel offered Diwali sweets to their Pakistani counterparts on the Indo-Pak border here but very few of them accepted it amid border tensions between the two countries.

BSF,   Diwali,   Pakistani Ranger,   Indo-Pak Border,  
India should do more to maintain peace in <strong>border</strong> areas: China

India should do more to maintain peace in border areas: China

30 Oct 2014

Beijing: China's military on Thursday expressed concern over India's plan to construct 54 new border posts in Arunachal Pradesh, saying India should not complicate the situation and do more to maintain peace as it is a "disputed area".

Beijing,   China's military,   Indian plan,   new border posts,   Arunachal Pradesh,   disputed area,  
<strong>Rajasthan</strong> inks five deals for infrastructure development

Rajasthan inks five deals for infrastructure development

29 Oct 2014

Jaipur: To boost the development of basic infrastructure in Rajasthan, the state government signed five agreements with private firms working in various fields on Tuesday.

Rajasthan,   Chief Minister Vasundhra Raje,   RIICO,   RSPCL-Gail Gas Limited,  OIS Aerospace Private Limited,   Sun Edison India,   Toyota,  

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