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‘Our Army kept in loop on peace initiatives'
NEW DELHI: The former Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri, has emphasised that his country's Army was always kept in the loop on all initiatives to normalise ties with India. In fact, during official and backchannel ...
Engagement with neighbours only choice: Lambah
NEW DELHI: Arguing forcefully in favour of intensifying and sustaining engagement with all our neighbours, Satinder Kumar Lambah, Special Envoy in the Prime Minister's Office, on Friday felt that rejecting the process of engagement would not ...
Begin healing process in J&K, says U.N. Special Rapporteur
NEW DELHI: The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of Human Rights Defenders, Margaret Sekaggya, on Friday advised India to keep politics with Pakistan on the Jammu and Kashmir situation aside and instead take up issues ...
Kalam sought character certificates for Padma awardees
Documents show governments have deliberately diluted norms
Trinamool-Maoist nexus can undermine poll: Left
NEW DELHI: Apprehending that Trinamool-Maoist “connivance” could affect the West Bengal Assembly polls later this year, the Left parties on Friday urged the Election Commission to ensure a free and fair exercise. While ...
Confiscate money stashed in tax havens: CPI (M)
NEW DELHI: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Friday demanded that the government confiscate black money stashed overseas and bring it back home.In a statement, the party Polit Bureau said the laxity of the UPA government in unearthing ...
Notice to SC panel on plea against presidential order
It denies reservation benefits on conversion to Christianity
States not ready for sugar decontrol: Sharad Pawar
NEW DELHI: Decontrol of the sugar industry (from levy and monthly free sale quota obligations) will seem “difficult” as several producing States, including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are not ready for it, Union ...
Call to increase public financing for health care
CHENNAI: Increasing public financing for health care, allotting 70 per cent of funds for primary health care and regulating drug prices are the key factors that would go towards providing universal health coverage in India, K. Srinath Reddy, ...
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