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India joins the world in expressing concern over North Korea's H-bomb test

Reacting strongly to reports of North Korea conducting a nuclear test, India on Wednesday said it was a matter of "deep concern" and stressed its worry over proliferation links between North East......

Modi bags deals worth Rs 90,550 crore on Day 1 of UK trip

India and the United Kingdom on Thursday announced deals worth 9 billion Pound (Rs 90,550 crore) as they signed a civilian nuclear pact and decided to collaborate in the field of defence and cyber......

Who's who in the Congress's infamous 25

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan came down heavily on Congress leaders for "persistently and willfully obstructing the House" and suspended them for 5 days. The members who have been punished......

Rights abuse charges haunt Rajapaksa; Cameron gives ultimatum

Human rights abuses allegedly perpetrated in the war against Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam haunted Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on the sidelines of the CHOGM summit with UK Prime......

'Maoists ONLY seek a marriage of convenience with anti-India groups'

Indian intelligence agencies have often claimed that left-wing extremists are trying to make inroads in the militancy-hit regions of the north-east to foment further unrest. But Jaideep Saikia,......

New Delhi International Airport wins safety award

New Delhi International Airport has won the prestigious 'International Safety Award' from British Safety Council, one of the largest independent occupational health, safety and environmental......

Tata trouble: UK's public sector urged to go swadeshi to end steel crisis

Move follows Tata Steel decision to sell its loss-making businesses in Britain Britain, on Sunday, changed its procurement rules to encourage public sector bodies to use British steel products as......

'Revive the Railways? Go back to the 1950s' model'

  'IR must cleanly separate its commercial work from social objective' 'If I am going to set up a rail track in the north-east, money will be required to come from the finance ministry.' 'If......

Can Ratan Tata rescue the sinking Railways?

A new leadership is needed to replace the present culture of indifference and corruption with one of loyalty and commitment, notes Subir Roy. The timing could not have been more inauspicious. The......

Vedanta stripped of international safety awards

Leading mining group Vedanta Resources has been stripped of international safety awards amid claims that it won the prize without declaring that a chimney collapse at one of its sites had killed at......

Masuri redesigns cricket helmet post Hughes tragedy

In the wake of the tragic death of late Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes, a British-based firm has come forth with its reformed prototype helmet aimed at giving better protection for the......

Super Over to decide World Cup winner if final ends in a tie

Sri Lanka's players celebrate beating New Zealand via the Super Over during the ICC World Twenty20 2012 in Pallekele. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images Replicating the arrangements of the......

FIA imposes pit lane clampdown

Formula One's governing body ordered an immediate clampdown on access to the pit lane on Tuesday after a television cameraman was struck and injured by a bouncing wheel at last weekend's German......

F1: Doubts over New Jersey race, Austin on track

Formula One CEO Bernie Ecclestone has raised doubts over whether the inaugural Grand Prix of America, to be held in New Jersey next year will go ahead. British newspaper The Guardian quoted......

ICC to review its anti-corruption measures

The ICC termed the recent spot-fixing allegations involving Pakistani players as a "warning" and said it will recommend a wide-ranging and, if necessary, independent review of the current......
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After jokey start, Canadian PM Trudeau promises wildfire help

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talks with First Nations leaders and delegates at the File Hills Qu'Appelle Tribal Council in Fort Qu'Appelle,... ...

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Thompson Creek Reports First Quarter 2016 Financial Results

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Mr RS Ruichumhao's role in formation of Naga Club

During World War I (191418), the British Government recruited a number of labourers and porters from the Naga tribe. As part of the labor corps,... ...

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On the Rebound?

From the Wires 2016 A.T. Kearney Foreign Direct Investment Confidence Index® Shows Over 70% of Companies Plan to Grow FDI May. 3, 2016 12:00 AM... ...

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Tremor shield for buildings

Patna, April 30: The state plans to retrofit Raj Bhavan, the chief minister's official residence, the Legislative Council, the new and old... ...

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