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India should ask Pakistan not to allow terrorists to use its soil: D. Raja   Sep 15, 7:33 pm
New Delhi, Sep. 15 (ANI): Commenting on Pakistan High Commissioner's Abdul Basit's statement that JuD chief Hafiz Saeed is free to roam in his nation, Communist Party of India (CPI) leader D. Raja on Monday said that the Government of India needs to ask Pakistan not to allow terrorists or their outfit into their lands.
AISA sweeps JNU students' union polls  Sep 14, 1:08 pm
New Delhi, Sep. 14 (ANI): The All India Students' Association (AISA) won all the four seats in the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students' union polls, defeating rivals Students Federation of India (SFI) and the Left Progressive Front (LPF).
India stands with people of J-K: Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad  Sep 8, 6:02 pm
New Delhi, Sep.8 (ANI): Union Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday said that the flood situation in Jammu and Kashmir was very worrisome, and added that the entire nation and the government was with the people of the state in this hour of crisis.
India should go solar to bring down carbon emissions; British envoy on climate change  Sep 6, 10:59 am
New Delhi, Sept.6 (ANI): British special representative on climate change Sir David King has said India should adopt the solar energy route to bring down carbon emissions, without compromising on its developmental goals. Sir King said, on a mass scale, solar energy would be economical to coal-fired thermal energy.
Parryware to provide sound sanitation facilities by building toilets in 25 Schools across India  Sep 5, 8:20 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 5 (ANI): India sanitary ware brand Parryware has announced its plans to build toilets in 25 schools across the country.
PM Modi urges Indian schools to adopt Japanese practices   Sep 5, 5:47 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 5 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday recalled his recent visit to educational institutions in Japan and said that that India should adopt some of the Japanese practices.
Partnership with Japan will help India secure its strategic space in Asia: Shyam Saran  Sep 2, 3:22 pm
New Delhi, Sep 02 (ANI): Former foreign secretary and chairman of the National Security Advisory Board Shyam Saran has termed the consolidation of an India-Japan partnership agreed during the ongoing visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Japan as helping India secure its strategic space in Asia viz-a-vis China.
India should not unilaterally declare LoC as its International Boundary with Pakistan: Shyam Saran  Sep 2, 2:10 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): Former foreign secretary and chairman, National Security Advisory Board, Shyam Saran is of the view that India should not unilaterally declare the current Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir as its international boundary with Pakistan.
Scuffle breaks out between police and ABVP workers protesting against Gwalior ragging case  Sep 1, 5:38 pm
Gwalior, Sep 1 (ANI): Workers of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) today clashed with the Gwalior Police as they staged a protest outside Scindia School against recent cases of ragging reported from the institution.
India should not be despondent if nuclear deal does not go through with Japan: Diplomat  Sep 1, 4:28 pm
New Delhi, Sep.1 (ANI): Former diplomat Rajiv Dogra on Monday said that India should not be overly despondent if the nuclear deal does not go through because Japan has a unique and most unfortunate experience of having been the victim of two nuclear bombs and has certain reservations in nuclear matters.
Scindia School expels students for ragging junior   Aug 27, 12:39 pm
Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh), Aug.27 (ANI): Three Scindia School students have been expelled after being found guilty of ragging a junior who is now in critical condition in a New Delhi hospital.
Suicide attempt in Gwalior school: Relative demands high level enquiry  Aug 23, 3:42 pm
Gwalior, Aug.23 (ANI): A relative of the ninth standard boy of Gwalior's Scindia School, who reportedly attempted suicide yesterday in the school's premises, said today that they want the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh to order a high level inquiry into the matter.
Two new railway links in Kazakhstan to boost bilateral trade ties with India soon  Aug 23, 2:14 pm
Astana, Aug.23 (ANI): Two new railway links have been launched in Kazakhstan with the aim of improving freight flows from the northern part of the country to the southern part, besides ensuring the creation of 3,500 jobs and promoting industrial development.
Bihar Minister's son allegedly attempts suicide in Gwalior  Aug 22, 8:56 pm
Gwalior, Aug 22 (ANI): A Bihar minister's son, studying in ninth standard of Gwalior's Scindia School today allegedly attempted suicide inside the school premises. He was found lying on the floor in an unconscious state with marks on his neck. The boy has been admitted to Apollo Hospital
Dearth of quality faculty posing challenge for India's engineering colleges: Massachusetts Varsity academic  Aug 21, 6:28 pm
Noida, Aug. 21 (ANI): India still faces an acute shortage of quality faculty members, whose need is felt in the country's roughly 3,000 engineering colleges.
Chennai protesters demand boycott of Sri Lanka Defence meet by India  Aug 17, 3:33 pm
Chennai, Aug 17 (ANI): Workers of Chennai's Naam Tamilar Katchi (NTK) party today staged a protest demanding that India should boycott the Defence meet scheduled to be held in Sri Lanka between August 18 and August 20.
India struggle to find stability against England pace-attack in final Test  Aug 16, 11:17 am
London, Aug 16 (ANI): India's poor performance against England has continued into the fifth and final Test as the tourists just managed to put up a meagre score of 148 at the loss off all their wickets on day one at The Oval.
Railway Ministry launches passenger and freight friendly IT initiatives   Aug 14, 12:00 pm
New Delhi, Aug.14 (ANI): To provide more hassle-free services to railway users, Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda has launched new information technology initiatives and applications.
Pakistan adopts dual policy on terrorism: Col (Retd) Danvir Singh  Aug 13, 5:16 pm
New Delhi, Aug 13, (ANI): Col (Retd.) Danvir Singh has said that Pakistan adopts dual policy on terrorism, one part of it is India specific while the other is to please America and other western powers.
Mohan Bhagwat's "Hindu" statement stirs up row  Aug 11, 6:36 pm
New Delhi, Aug 11 (ANI): RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat has stirred up a fresh political storm after stating that citizens of India should collectively be known as Hindus.
New Delhi's Look East policy key to strong ASEAN-India strategic partnership: Swaraj  Aug 9, 4:16 pm
Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar), Aug. 9 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said Saturday that the ASEAN-India strategic partnership owes its strength to the fact that New Delhi's Look East policy meets ASEAN's Look West policy.
India summons Lankan envoy over derogatory article against Jayalalithaa  Aug 4, 4:03 pm
New Delhi, Aug 4 (ANI): India has reportedly summoned Sri Lanka's High Commissioner to India and lodged a formal protest against a derogatory article about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
Pulling the plug: India left to debate on legalization of euthanasia  Aug 2, 1:10 pm
New Delhi, Aug.2 (ANI): The recent notice by the Supreme Court of India seeking the opinion of all states on whether to legalize passive euthanasia has stirred a debate amongst various sections of society.
United States- India Strategic Dialogue announces projects in energy and aviation  Aug 1, 8:47 pm
New Delhi, Aug 1 (ANI): During the annual U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue, which was concluded today in New Delhi by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency announced two new projects that demonstrate the strength of the Agency's public-private partnerships in energy and aviation.
U.S displeased over India's stand on WTO deal  Jul 26, 10:38 pm
Geneva (Switzerland), July 26 (ANI): The United States today expressed its displeasure over India stalling worldwide reforms of trade facilitation, warning that its demands could kill global trade reform efforts.
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