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Chopper deal: IAF, defence accounts officers to help CBI

Officials from Indian Air Force and Defence Accounts Department will join a special Central Bureau of Investigation team formed to probe the allegation of payment of kickbacks in the Rs 3,600 crore......

'Final problem is going to be between US and Pak'

K Subrahmanyam, who used to chair the Joint Intelligence Committee and headed the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses for 15 years, is one of India's foremost strategic experts. While not......

Target next: Indian military bases

The series is based on 'Indo-US Military Relations: Expectations and Perceptions,' a US defence department-commissioned study, that is in possession of rediff.comA classified report commissioned......

What China's hiked defence spending means for India

Assuming the official defence allocations represent the true picture, the $142 billion figure still represents a phenomenal increase and surpasses that of Japan ($42 billion), India ($40 billion),......

TMC, BJP spar over rejected West Bengal float

The Tableau of Women and Child Development Department on display at Rajpath. Photograph: PTI photo A row broke out on Monday over the selection of state tableaux for the main Republic Day parade......

Govt report card shows slow start to key projects

A large number of key proposals announced in the July 2014 Union Budget, the first after the National Democratic Alliance government took charge at the Centre, have seen delayed starts. While the......

Shivkar Talpade: First man to fly an aircraft?

The facts remain cloaked in mystery, but the legend goes that Talpade had created a flying machine powered by mercury and solar energy, and based on ideas outlined in Vedic texts. Image: Wright......

Once a hotspot, Tamil Nadu's electronics sector in doldrums

Image: An employee assembles a computer on the production line at a Dell factory in Sriperumbudur Taluk, in Tamil Nadu. Photograph: Babu/Reuters   Tax problems and unfavourable WTO......

All about job creation and destruction

In India, where the vast majority of workers are employed in the informal manufacturing sector with no job protection, expansion, contraction and re-allocation of jobs must be going on an immense......

E-auction likely of surplus land held by ministries

With graft charges flying thickly, the government is mulling whether to make e-auction mandatory for sale of land valued at over Rs 50 crore (Rs 500 million)held by it or public sector undertakings......

RGV, Amitabh patch up

A day after Ram Gopal Varma claimed that his relationship with the Bachchans was sacred, Amitabh Bachchan decided to clear the air as well. He denied opting out of RGV's Department due to their......

US government sues Armstrong for sponsor money

The United States accused cyclist Lance Armstrong on Friday of defrauding the US Postal Service by taking its sponsorship money at the same time he was doping and using performance-enhancing drugs......
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Modi government must stick to its guns on land bill but should get basics right too

ByRupa Subramanya The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is known for its theatrics and its hunger for publicity but they got more than they bargained for at... ...

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Silicon Valley help sought as Pentagon fights cyber-attacks

The Defense Department is seeking a new collaboration with Silicon Valley to gain access to the latest technology and talent as the US seeks to... ...

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An uncertain future

Natalie Bennett, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage, Ed Miliband, Leanne Wood, Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron participate in the televised election debate... ...

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Africa votes in two new members of FIFA executive

18 April 2015 The Continent: Tarek Bouchamaoui of Tunisia and Constant Omari Selemani of the Democratic Republic of Congo were voted in as new... ...

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Sukma crackdown vital to combat Naxal menace, says police

RAIPUR: Security forces need to make significant inroads into Sukma, considered the strongest military base of the outlawed movement in the... ...

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