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 We need to redefine masculinity in <strong>India</strong>: Aamir Khan

We need to redefine masculinity in India: Aamir Khan

23 Apr 2015

New York: As India continues to grapple with the problem of rape and violence against women, superstar Aamir Khan said the "balance of power" needs to change in India and the definition of masculinity should be redefined.

India,   Aamir Khan,   Women in the World summit,   Tina Brown,   PK,   Bollywood actor,   latest entertainment news ,  
Former J & K Minister to face trial in sexual <strong>harassment</strong> case

Former J & K Minister to face trial in sexual harassment case

23 Apr 2015

Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir minister Shabir Ahmad Khan will face trial in a sexual harassment case filed against him by a woman doctor after a court here ruled that there was "sufficient material" on record to proceed against the Congress leader.  

Jammu and Kashmir,   Former Minister,   Shabir Ahmad Khan,   Sexual Harassment Case,   Congress,   Latest State News ,  
<strong>India</strong> or Bharat: SC seeks response from Centre, States

India or Bharat: SC seeks response from Centre, States

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: 'India should be named Bharat', a demand on which the Supreme Court has sought comments from the Centre and the states.

India,   Bharat,   Supreme Court,   Centre,   Indian constitution,   Law ministry ,  
Hepatitis C free <strong>India</strong> achievable: Expert

Hepatitis C free India achievable: Expert

24 Apr 2015

Guwahati: A Hepatitis C-free India is an achievable goal if all stakeholders work together and seizethe opportunity offered by availability of new scientific innovations, said Hepatitis Foundation of Tripura president Dr Pradip Bhaumik.

Hepatitis C,   India,   Dr Pradip Bhaumik,   Hepatitis C Virus,   HIV,   Latest nation News ,  
Drastic budget cuts in schemes under Digital <strong>India</strong>: Parliamentary Panel

Drastic budget cuts in schemes under Digital India: Parliamentary Panel

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: A Parliamentary panel has raised "concern" over "drastic cut" in budgetary allocation for several schemes including cyber security and R&D in medical electronics under Digital India programme.

Digital India,   Budget Cuts,   Parliamentary Panel,   Cyber Security,   PM Modi,   Department of Electronics,   IT,   BJP,   Anurag Singh Thakur,   Latest Nation News ,  
Neutral Internet Exchange of <strong>India</strong> against selective bundling of apps by telcos

Neutral Internet Exchange of India against selective bundling of apps by telcos

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Neutral Internet Exchange of India (NIXI), a body under the IT Ministry, on Friday said it strongly supports Net Neutrality and any move by telecom operators to selectively bundle the services will go against the basic concept of internet.

Neutral Internet Exchange,   NIXI,   IT Ministry,   Net Neutrality,   Telecom operators,   Internet services ,  
<strong>India</strong> plans to set up urea plant in Iran: Governmnent

India plans to set up urea plant in Iran: Governmnent

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government plans to set up a urea plant in Iran to ensure long term availability of thefertilizer here, Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Ananth Kumar said on Friday.

India,   Urea Plant,   Iran,   Fertilizer Minister,   Ananth Kumar,   Rajya Sabha,   Latest Nation News,  
Xiaomi Mi 4i: The 'Made for <strong>India</strong>' smartphone to be available from 30th April

Xiaomi Mi 4i: The 'Made for India' smartphone to be available from 30th April

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Chinese mobile maker Xiaomi's 'Made for India' smartphone Mi 4i, priced at Rs 12,999, will be available from April 30.

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There should be zero tolerance towards violent extremism: <strong>India</strong>

There should be zero tolerance towards violent extremism: India

24 Apr 2015

United Nations: Asserting that there are no good or bad terrorists, India has told the UN Security Council that absence of "State authority" provides the breeding ground for violent extremist organisations and insisted that there should be zero tolerance towards such groups.

Zero tolerance,   Violent extremism,   Extremist organisations,   UNO,   UNSC,   Bhagwant Bishnoi,   Terrorism,   Security Council,   Latest World News,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> offers support to make SAARC region polio-free

India offers support to make SAARC region polio-free

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With an aim of making the South Asian region polio-free, India has offered support to technical missions from SAARC nations, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.

SAARC,   Polio,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Pentavalent Vaccine,   Lok Sabha,   Latest Nation News ,  

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