Mala Das With Inputs From Reuters


'Mala Das With Inputs From Reuters ' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Mother Teresa's Successor Sister Nirmala Dies at 81

    Mother Teresa's Successor Sister Nirmala Dies at 81

    Sister Nirmala, who succeeded Mother Teresa as the head of the Missionaries of Charity founded by the Nobel laureate, died this morning. She was 81.

  • Scorpene Submarine, Built at Mumbai Docks, Launched Into Water

    Scorpene Submarine, Built at Mumbai Docks, Launched Into Water

    In a big push forward for modernization plans for the Navy, the first of six French-designed Scorpene submarines which are being manufactured in Mumbai, was launched into the water today, initiating the process for extensive trials.

  • 'Need Big Heart, Not 56-Inch Chest to Attend Parliament,' Opposition Taunts PM Narendra Modi

    'Need Big Heart, Not 56-Inch Chest to Attend Parliament,' Opposition Taunts PM Narendra Modi

    A united opposition today said the government is following "an unacceptable agenda" of trying to convert Muslims and Christians to Hinduism. In the Rajya Sabha or Upper House, which was paralysed all of last week over the controversy, opposition leaders again demanded a statement from the Prime Minister.

  • Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran Summoned to Delhi Court in March

    Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran Summoned to Delhi Court in March

    Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran has been summoned to a Delhi court in March to explain charges of malversation and corruption in helping Malaysia's Maxis group take control in 2006 of Indian mobile phone carrier Aircel.

  • PM Narendra Modi Praises Media, Says 'You Have Turned Your Pen Into a Broom'

    PM Narendra Modi Praises Media, Says 'You Have Turned Your Pen Into a Broom'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today lauded and thanked the media for its role in his ambitious 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' or 'Clean India' campaign, saying "You have turned your pen into a broom."

  • After Planning Commission, What? PM Wants Your Feedback

    After Planning Commission, What? PM Wants Your Feedback

    After announcing the end of the Planning Commission in his speech on the 68th anniversary of the country's independence, the Prime Minister wants feedback on what next.

  • BRICS Victory for India: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    BRICS Victory for India: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    The new development bank of the group of BRICS countries will be headquartered in Shanghai, China, with the presidency held by India for the first five years. In hard negotiations, India won on some key points.

  • Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal Locked in Blockbuster Battle in Varanasi

    Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal Locked in Blockbuster Battle in Varanasi

    BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party have complained against Congress candidate Ajai Rai for turning up to vote with a party symbol badge pinned to his kurta.

  • Lokpal Bill passed in Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha to debate it today

    Lokpal Bill passed in Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha to debate it today

    The Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed the Lokpal Bill, which provides for the appointment of a powerful anti-graft ombudsman to investigate wrongdoing in government, ending years of dithering as public anger has mounted over a string of corruption scandals.

  • Sarabjit Singh dies in Pakistan, India expresses outrage

    Sarabjit Singh dies in Pakistan, India expresses outrage

    India reacted furiously to this morning's death in a Pakistani jail of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who was badly beaten last week by fellow inmates. His body has been handed over to Indian officials and will be brought back to Amritsar in Punjab in a special plane. The state government has declared him a martyr and decided to accord him a state...

  • Government defers purchase of 197 choppers after Finmeccanica case

    Government defers purchase of 197 choppers after Finmeccanica case

    The government today deferred a decision on a deal to buy 197 light-utility helicopters pending completion of an investigation into kickback allegations, the latest setback to efforts to upgrade the country's ageing arsenal. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), the highest decision-making body chaired by Def...

  • Abu Jundal's new terror revelations on ISI and 26/11

    Abu Jundal's new terror revelations on ISI and 26/11

    A complaint made often by India, and one powered by new evidence, was tossed out by Pakistan today. "We reject any insinuation against any state agencies of Pakistan in any terror attack in India," said Pakistan's Foreign Secretary, Jalil Abbas Jilani, who was in Delhi.

'Mala Das With Inputs From Reuters ' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Mother Teresa's Successor Sister Nirmala Dies at 81

    Mother Teresa's Successor Sister Nirmala Dies at 81

    Sister Nirmala, who succeeded Mother Teresa as the head of the Missionaries of Charity founded by the Nobel laureate, died this morning. She was 81.

  • Scorpene Submarine, Built at Mumbai Docks, Launched Into Water

    Scorpene Submarine, Built at Mumbai Docks, Launched Into Water

    In a big push forward for modernization plans for the Navy, the first of six French-designed Scorpene submarines which are being manufactured in Mumbai, was launched into the water today, initiating the process for extensive trials.

  • 'Need Big Heart, Not 56-Inch Chest to Attend Parliament,' Opposition Taunts PM Narendra Modi

    'Need Big Heart, Not 56-Inch Chest to Attend Parliament,' Opposition Taunts PM Narendra Modi

    A united opposition today said the government is following "an unacceptable agenda" of trying to convert Muslims and Christians to Hinduism. In the Rajya Sabha or Upper House, which was paralysed all of last week over the controversy, opposition leaders again demanded a statement from the Prime Minister.

  • Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran Summoned to Delhi Court in March

    Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran Summoned to Delhi Court in March

    Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran has been summoned to a Delhi court in March to explain charges of malversation and corruption in helping Malaysia's Maxis group take control in 2006 of Indian mobile phone carrier Aircel.

  • PM Narendra Modi Praises Media, Says 'You Have Turned Your Pen Into a Broom'

    PM Narendra Modi Praises Media, Says 'You Have Turned Your Pen Into a Broom'

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today lauded and thanked the media for its role in his ambitious 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' or 'Clean India' campaign, saying "You have turned your pen into a broom."

  • After Planning Commission, What? PM Wants Your Feedback

    After Planning Commission, What? PM Wants Your Feedback

    After announcing the end of the Planning Commission in his speech on the 68th anniversary of the country's independence, the Prime Minister wants feedback on what next.

  • BRICS Victory for India: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    BRICS Victory for India: Your 10-Point Cheatsheet

    The new development bank of the group of BRICS countries will be headquartered in Shanghai, China, with the presidency held by India for the first five years. In hard negotiations, India won on some key points.

  • Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal Locked in Blockbuster Battle in Varanasi

    Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal Locked in Blockbuster Battle in Varanasi

    BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party have complained against Congress candidate Ajai Rai for turning up to vote with a party symbol badge pinned to his kurta.

  • Lokpal Bill passed in Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha to debate it today

    Lokpal Bill passed in Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha to debate it today

    The Rajya Sabha on Tuesday passed the Lokpal Bill, which provides for the appointment of a powerful anti-graft ombudsman to investigate wrongdoing in government, ending years of dithering as public anger has mounted over a string of corruption scandals.

  • Sarabjit Singh dies in Pakistan, India expresses outrage

    Sarabjit Singh dies in Pakistan, India expresses outrage

    India reacted furiously to this morning's death in a Pakistani jail of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh, who was badly beaten last week by fellow inmates. His body has been handed over to Indian officials and will be brought back to Amritsar in Punjab in a special plane. The state government has declared him a martyr and decided to accord him a state...

  • Government defers purchase of 197 choppers after Finmeccanica case

    Government defers purchase of 197 choppers after Finmeccanica case

    The government today deferred a decision on a deal to buy 197 light-utility helicopters pending completion of an investigation into kickback allegations, the latest setback to efforts to upgrade the country's ageing arsenal. The decision was taken at a meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), the highest decision-making body chaired by Def...

  • Abu Jundal's new terror revelations on ISI and 26/11

    Abu Jundal's new terror revelations on ISI and 26/11

    A complaint made often by India, and one powered by new evidence, was tossed out by Pakistan today. "We reject any insinuation against any state agencies of Pakistan in any terror attack in India," said Pakistan's Foreign Secretary, Jalil Abbas Jilani, who was in Delhi.

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