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Chinese troops violated <strong>border</strong> pact in June: Arun Jaitley

Chinese troops violated border pact in June: Arun Jaitley

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Chinese troops violated a border pact signed between the two countries in October last year by tailing Indian troops in Eastern Ladakh in June, prompting India to lodge a protest on the issue, the government told Lok Sabha on Friday.

Chinese troops,   Ladakh,   Lok Sabha,   Border Defence Cooperation Agreement,   BDCA,   Arun Jaitley,   Line of Actual Control,  
BSF officer dies in accidental fire in Jammu, another injured

BSF officer dies in accidental fire in Jammu, another injured

01 Aug 2014

Jammu: An officer of Border Security Force (BSF) was killed and another officer was injured in an accidental sniper firing in the district on Friday.

BSF officer,   BSF,   Border Security Force,   fire in Jammu,  
Justice Sunil Ambwani takes oath as Senior Justice of <strong>Rajasthan</strong> HC

Justice Sunil Ambwani takes oath as Senior Justice of Rajasthan HC

01 Aug 2014

Jodhpur: Justice Sunil Ambwani has taken oath as the Senior Justice of the Rajasthan High Court, even as advocates of the court continued with their strike demanding transfer of two judicial officials.

Justice Sunil Ambwani,   Rajasthan High Court,   Allahabad High Court,   Ranjeet Joshi ,  
<strong>Rajasthan</strong> roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

Rajasthan roadways workers protest denationalising of routes, call strike

30 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Public transport services were hit in Rajasthan on Wednesday with the beginning of a two-day strike by the employees of Rajasthan Roadways Service against the government's announcement to denationalize the nationalized routes.

Rajasthan roadways,   roadways workers,   roadways workers protest,   strike,   Rajasthan,  
Eid celebrated with traditional fervour in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>

Eid celebrated with traditional fervour in Rajasthan

29 Jul 2014

Jaipur: The festival of Eid was on Tuesday celebrated with traditional fervour across Rajasthan as Muslims in the state offered prayers at mosques and exchanged greetings and sweets.

Eid,   Rajasthan,   Eid celebration,   Margaret Alva,   Vasundhara Raje,   Ashok Gehlot,  
Congress MLA protests in <strong>Rajasthan</strong> Assembly, alleges graft in PDS system

Congress MLA protests in Rajasthan Assembly, alleges graft in PDS system

30 Jul 2014

Jaipur: Annoyed over his question being deferred, a Congress MLA staged a brief sit-in on the floor of the Rajasthan Assembly house on Wednesday alleging misappropriation of funds worth crores of rupees in public distribution system (PDS) system in Karauli.

Congress,   Rajasthan Assembly,   misappropriation of funds,   public distribution system,   PDS,   Ramesh,   Kailash Meghwal,  
India-Pakistan <strong>border</strong> guards exchange sweets on Eid

India-Pakistan border guards exchange sweets on Eid

29 Jul 2014

Chandigarh: The guards at the border of India and Pakistan on Tuesday greeted each other and exchanged sweets at the border checkpost at Attari-Wagah, 30 km from Amritsar, on the occasion of Eid.

ndia-Pakistan border,   India,   Pakistan,   India-Pakistan relations,   Eid ,  
Two new Mi-17 helicopters to bolster BSF air wing

Two new Mi-17 helicopters to bolster BSF air wing

29 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Two advanced 'Mi' series choppers are set to provide additional support to the BSF air wing in anti-Naxal and counter-insurgency operations in the country.

'Mi' series,   BSF air wing,   Mi-17-V5,   Border Security Force,   BSF,  
130 tourists, <strong>border</strong> traders evacuated after landslide

130 tourists, border traders evacuated after landslide

23 Jul 2014

Gangtok: At least 130 tourists and border traders have been evacuated by the Army after they were stranded following a landslide on Changu-Nathula road in Sikkim.

landslide on Changu-Nathula,   Sikkim,   Jawaharlal Nehru Marg,   Gangtok,   dangerously active,  
Maoists gun down two Odisha tribals

Maoists gun down two Odisha tribals

25 Jul 2014

Malkangiri: Maoists on Friday shot dead two persons, including a village head, suspecting them to be police informers in Odisha's Malkangiri district.

Maoists,   Odisha tribals,   tribals in Odisha,   Border Security Force,   BSF camp,  

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