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Will make non-aggressive but strong <strong>India</strong>, asserts Parrikar

Will make non-aggressive but strong India, asserts Parrikar

24 Nov 2014

Gurgaon: India does not believe in an aggressive posture but will build a position where people should not dare see eye to eye with it, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Sunday. He also asserted there will be "zero tolerance to error" in defence-related issues.

non-aggressive India,   strong India,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence minister,   security,   government,   BJP,  
<strong>India</strong> does not rule out Modi-Sharif meet at SAARC

India does not rule out Modi-Sharif meet at SAARC

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India on Sunday did not rule out a bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sidelines of the SAARC Summit, saying that Modi is keen to have meaningful dialogues with as many south Asian leaders as possible.

India,   Modi-Sharif meet,   SAARC,   Pakistan,   Indo-US,  
Bollywood federations to boycott IFFI

Bollywood federations to boycott IFFI

24 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) and All India Film Employees Confederation (AIFEC) have taken offense to not being invited for the fest and decided to register its protest by boycotting the event next year.

Bollywood federations,   boycott IFFI,   Federation of Western India Cine Employees,   FWICE,   AIFEC,   Shakti Samanta,   D Rama Naidu,  
Clarke in squad for 1st Test, gets 2 days to prove his fitness

Clarke in squad for 1st Test, gets 2 days to prove his fitness

24 Nov 2014

Adelaide: Australia skipper Michael Clarke has been provisonally named in the 13-man squad announced on Monday for the first Test against India in Brisbane from December 4, subject to his complete recovery from a recurring left hamstring injury.

Clarke,   squad,   1st Test,   fitness,   India,   Australia,   test series,   sports,   cricket,  
1.30 lakh people take metro from Pragati Maidan on Sunday

1.30 lakh people take metro from Pragati Maidan on Sunday

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In the wake of the ongoing India International Trade Fair (IITF), Delhi metro's Pragati Maidan station registered 1.30 lakh footfalls on Sunday, surpassing all the previous records.

Pragati Maiden,   India International Trade Fair,   IITF,   DMRC,   Delhi Metro ,  
Rahul's criticism of Swachh Bharat irresponsible: Venkaiah Naidu

Rahul's criticism of Swachh Bharat irresponsible: Venkaiah Naidu

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu slammed Rahul Gandhi's attack on Narendra Modi government over Swachh Bharat Mission as  'irresponsible' and said it reflected the 'frustration and anti-democratic mindset' of Congress which has not drawn any lesson from its poll defeat.

M Venkaiah Naidu,   Rahul Gandhi,   Narendra Modi government,   Swachh Bharat Mission,   Congress Party,   Lok Sabha elections,   Clean India campaign,  
Book explores works of <strong>women</strong> novelists in <strong>India</strong>

Book explores works of women novelists in India

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The development in the subject, technique and theme represented in the novels of women storytellers spread across 150 years in India is the subject of a new book, 'Jasmine on a String: A Survey of Women Writing English Fiction in India'.

women novelists in India,   novels,   women storytellers,   Jasmine on a String,   English Fiction in India,   Margaret Paul Joseph,   English Fiction,  
"<strong>India</strong> far behind in data protection"

"India far behind in data protection"

23 Nov 2014

Singapore: India is far behind than other emerging Asian economies in protecting its data despite having a huge IT industry, said senior official of Singapore-based new generation data protection firm, which is expanding its operations in the country.

India,   Asian Economy,   IT industry,   Singapore,   Acronis International,   Asiaa Data,   China,  
Indian <strong>women</strong> should document their achievements: Sitharaman

Indian women should document their achievements: Sitharaman

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Asserting that Indian women have a significant role to play in nation building, Minister of State for Commerce Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said women should start "documenting their achievements".

Minister of State for Commerce,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   documenting their achievements,   World Hindu Congress,   activist Kiran Bedi ,  
<strong>India</strong> <strong>women</strong> thrash SA eves by an innings and 34 runs

India women thrash SA eves by an innings and 34 runs

19 Nov 2014

Mysore: Harmanpreet Kaur ended with match figures of nine for 85 as India women thrashed their South Africa counterparts by an innings and 34 runs on the fourth and final day of the one-off Test match here on Wednesday.

Harmanpreet Kaur,   India beat South Africa,   Thirush Kamini,   Poonam Raut ,  

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