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India, Israel discuss arms deals
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. The visiting Director-General of Israeli Defence Ministry, Amos Yaron, today opened the two-day talks on co-production and procurement of defence equipment and systems between the two countries. The talks centred on import of ...
No cause can justify violence: Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. The Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, has said that India did not seek to play "mediator" in West Asia despite traditional ties of friendship with Arab countries and developing cooperation with Israel. In an interview ...
Sharon condemns blast near Tel Aviv
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. The Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, tonight condemned the suicide bomb attack near a Tel Aviv suburb today, which killed at least seven persons. Speaking at a banquet hosted in his honour by the Prime Minister, Atal ...
India, Israel yet to work out specifics of space cooperation
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 9. India and Israel have yet to work out the specifics of how to cooperate in space, say officials of the Indian Space Research Organisation. The two countries had signed an ``umbrella agreement'' to cooperate in the ...
India discusses Orion deal with U.S.
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9.India has begun discussions with the U.S. on the second major defence deal since sanctions were lifted in 2001. Having signed a Rs. 600 crore deal last year, the first of this size in three decades, officials from both ...
Rocca to focus on regional security
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. The shaky peace processes in Sri Lanka and Nepal and threats to the stability of Afghanistan are among the many regional issues that will come up for discussion between the visiting U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for South ...
`NDA Govt. policies have ruined economy'
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. The CPI(M) politburo member, Prakash Karat, said here on Tuesday that the policies pursued by the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance Government at the Centre had ruined the country's economy. At a public meeting organised ...
Panel to pursue demand for new States
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. A coordination committee has been set up by some political parties and activists to press their demand for creation of several new States out of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh. The committee, convened by ...
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