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  • Westinghouse Officially Bankrupt. What Now For Andhra's 6 Nuclear Reactors?

    Westinghouse Officially Bankrupt. What Now For Andhra's 6 Nuclear Reactors?

    As Westinghouse Electric filed for bankruptcy this morning, with $9.8 billion in liabilities, the United States reassured India that it will not default on its commitment to building six nuclear reactors in Andhra Pradesh, though it's not clear if the original deadline of June for finalising the multi-billion dollar deal will be met.

  • Jay Panda Outs His Party's Defects After BJP's Strong Showing In Odisha

    Jay Panda Outs His Party's Defects After BJP's Strong Showing In Odisha

    Jay Panda, one of the most prominent leaders of Odisha's ruling party, says that his recent comments- including a lengthy column in a newspaper - which are critical of both the party and its boss, Chief Minister Navin Patnaik, are not out of line. He is also dismissive of allegations that he is working with the BJP to split his party.

  • Children Will Get Both Aadhaar And Mid-Day Meal, Says Minister Prakash Javadekar

    Children Will Get Both Aadhaar And Mid-Day Meal, Says Minister Prakash Javadekar

    Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today said the government will not make Aadhaar mandatory for mid-day meals, but will issue a unique identity to every child so the siphoning of funds earmarked for food served at schools can be stopped. The minister's comment came in face of massive opposition criticism of the plan and the Supreme Court's objection...

  • Part-Time Doesn't Work: Rahul Gandhi's Review By SM Krishna, Now With BJP

    Part-Time Doesn't Work: Rahul Gandhi's Review By SM Krishna, Now With BJP

    A day after he joined the BJP, former union minister SM Krishna said that he does not see his former party, the Congress, "ever recovering lost ground." The 84-year-old said that for a reversal in fortune, the Congress must end its obsession with the Gandhi dynasty.

  • Unnamed Congress Stalwarts Blamed By Party, But Rahul Gandhi Exempt

    Unnamed Congress Stalwarts Blamed By Party, But Rahul Gandhi Exempt

    After the unmitigated collapse in Uttar Pradesh, Congress leaders appear to have agreed upon two matters: that the party is in unprecedented crisis and that Rahul Gandhi's run as boss should not be truncated.

  • Midnight Meetings, Quick Action: How Nitin Gadkari Swung It For BJP In Goa

    Midnight Meetings, Quick Action: How Nitin Gadkari Swung It For BJP In Goa

    While single largest party the Congress bickered over who should be Goa chief minister, the BJP, with four seats less than the rival was busy contacting smaller parties and securing their support. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari, the BJP leader in charge of Goa, met leaders of regional parties and Independent legislators in a five-star hotel and had s...

  • India Ready To Let Go Of Veto Initially For UN Security Council Seat

    India Ready To Let Go Of Veto Initially For UN Security Council Seat

    To win permanent membership of the UN Security Council, India has offered to forgo veto power initially as a bargaining chip to get the reform process moving. "The issue of veto is important, but we should not allow it to have a veto over the process of Council reform itself," India's Permanent Representative at the UN, Syed Akbaruddin, said on Tue...

  • Charge Denied, But Lanka Will Probe Tamil Nadu Fisherman Killing: 10 Points

    Charge Denied, But Lanka Will Probe Tamil Nadu Fisherman Killing: 10 Points

    The killing of a 22-year-old Indian fisherman shot dead near Palk Strait allegedly by Sri Lankan Navy personnel has put the focus back on a tiny island of Kachchatheevu that the Tamil Nadu government alleges was wrongly ceded to Sri Lanka through two pacts signed between New Delhi and Colombo in the 1970s. Sri Lanka has denied its Navy was involved...

  • Well, Look Who "Polluted" Gurmehar Kaur's Mind

    Well, Look Who 'Polluted' Gurmehar Kaur's Mind

    The only minds that are polluted are the ones that are trying to hound those with a different point of view, bully them into toeing a line. We should not stand for it.

  • Minister Kiren Rijiju To NDTV: 'Didn't Know About Rape Threats To Gurmehar Kaur'

    Minister Kiren Rijiju To NDTV: 'Didn't Know About Rape Threats To Gurmehar Kaur'

    Union minister Kiren Rijiju today said he was not aware of rape threats to Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur when he tweeted a comment criticising her post. Mr Rijiju also said he believed that the 20-year-old is being used as a pawn by "leftists who support Afzal Guru (the parliament attack convict hanged in 2013)".

  • 'Burden Of Proof' Against Masood Azhar Not On Us, India Tells China

    'Burden Of Proof' Against Masood Azhar Not On Us, India Tells China

    India and China made no headway on critical issues including New Delhi's entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG and its demand to list Pathankot attack mastermind Masood Azhar as a terrorist by United Nations, at their first strategic dialogue in Beijing today.

  • India, China Hold First-Ever Strategic Talks To 'Reduce Misunderstanding'

    India, China Hold First-Ever Strategic Talks To 'Reduce Misunderstanding'

    India and China held their first strategic dialogue in Beijing today, hoping to resolve differences over declaring Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar a terrorist at the United Nations and India's entry into the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group, which China has opposed so far.

  • India, China To Hold First Strategic Dialogue In Beijing Today

    India, China To Hold First Strategic Dialogue In Beijing Today

    As India and China battle key differences over Jaish-E Mohammed terrorist Masood Azhar and India's membership of the elite Nuclear Suppliers Group, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar on Tuesday held talks with China's top diplomat Yang Jiechi in Beijing, ahead of a key strategic dialogue on Wednesday.

  • Hafiz Saeed On Terror List Is First Step To Bringing Him To Book, Says India

    Hafiz Saeed On Terror List Is First Step To Bringing Him To Book, Says India

    Putting Lashkar-e Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed on terror list is the first logical step in bringing him to justice, India today said. The mastermind of the 26/11 attacks in Mumba, has been under house arrest since January and he was banned from leaving the country. Recently, he has been named under the Anti-Terrorism Act - linking him to terror acts and...

  • Kashmiris Helping Terrorists Are 'Anti-Nationals', Says Army Chief

    Kashmiris Helping Terrorists Are 'Anti-Nationals', Says Army Chief

    A day after four soldiers, including a decorated Major, were killed by terrorists in encounters in Jammu and Kashmir, Army Chief General Bipin Rawat had a strong warning for locals he said are "not supporting the army" despite people-friendly ops. Local people who picked up arms and appeared to support terrorists would be treated as anti-nationals ...

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