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Pak violated ceasefire 286 times after surgical strike: BSF

The 2003 India-Pakistan ceasefire agreement has virtually become redundant with a whopping 286 incidents of firing and shelling along the Line of Control and International Border in Jammu and......

Guns fall silent, but border villagers refuse to return home

The guns have on Sunday fallen silent along the border, but residents of frontier villages who were forced to flee their homes due to the continual violence refuse to return, fearing that this is......

Amid eerie calm, border residents reluctant to move out of villages

Over 100 sites have been identified by authorities in Jammu region to set up camps to meet exigencies along the Indo-Pak International Border but the majority of border dwellers are preferring to......

As a nation we unfortunately do not value lives

'Other countries go out on a limb to save even a single life. What to talk of civilian accidents and disasters, even our military does not have a priority for Combat Search and Rescue...''It is an......

IAF to have all 42 squadrons flying by 2027?

The IAF chief stressed on the ongoing development of advanced landing ground along the Himalayas. Ajai Shukla reports Indian Air Force boss, Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha, has confirmed that the......

Survey calls for big changes in agriculture, bats for GM crops

  'Indian agriculture, in a way, a victim of its own past success -- especially the green revolution.' Stating that Indian agriculture has become a ‘victim’ of its own success,......

Six sectors that will open up market for India-US

In its communication to the Office of the US Trade Representative imploring the agency not to put India on its trade hit list when the Special 301 Foreign Trade Barriers report is released next......

Nestle's cumin extract patent bid raises hackles

The age-old Indian home remedy of dadima ka nuskha (grandma’s advice) using kala jeera or kalaunji to treat many ailments might not be as freely available if a Nestle move comes off. The......

New energy: India setting up cell for investments

India is setting up an Investment Promotion Cell for the energy sector to provide a single point of contact for investors, Minister of New and Renewable Energy Farooq Abdullah has said.In the next......

'Feed the Future' is central to US foreign policy

With the number of people suffering from hunger globally crossing the one billion mark, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said that America's new policy "Feed the Future" is central to the......

World Cup is not the final frontier, says Dhoni

There is nothing bigger than the World Cup in cricket. And if the mega-event is played in India, then nothing beats the country's crazy fan-following. The whole nation wants just one result: an......

Anand seeks one more shot at Kasparov

World champion Viswanathan Anand wants Garry Kasparov to come back from retirement so that he can play one more game against the Russian Super Grand Master. "I've not played Kasparov for a long......

Steve Waugh on his decision to quit

Throughout my playing career I've heard many times that you'll know when it's time to call it a day. They said: "One morning you will just wake up and know instantaneously that you want to retire......
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India’s Rocketwomen

Think Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), think Vikram Sarabhai, Sat­ish Dhawan, G Madhavan Nair, Rodham Narsimha and a host of geniuses.... ...

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After getting notices, Khan Market traders attack NDMC for lapses

Listed among the top 30 retail shopping locations in the world, Khan Market has now become a battleground for traders and the New Delhi Municipal... ...

http://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report-after-getting-notices-khan-market-traders-attack-ndmc-for-lapses-2332024
More businesses must work with suppliers to curb climate change - study

OSLO (Reuters) - Too few businesses are working with their suppliers to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to study that praised 29... ...

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Raju asks Arunachal to explore possibilities for cargo flights

ITANAGAR, Jan 20 - Reaffirming Centre's commitment to strengthen air connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh including providing a full-fledged airport... ...

http://www.assamtribune.com/scripts/detailsnew.asp?id=jan2117/oth050
To boldly go toward new frontiers, we first need to learn from our colonial past

How should we understand the idea of the frontier in the contemporary world, with spacecraft sailing beyond the solar system and quantum computing... ...

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