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    PM Modi embarks on 3 Nation Africa visit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for 5 day visit to the 3 African nations of Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa on Monday. This will be the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Rwanda and the first visit by Indian Prime Minister to Uganda in over 20 years. PM's agenda includes bilateral meetings with the Presidents, delegation level talks and meetings with the business and Indian communities....

    • 8 hrs ago
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    BRO completes strategic road in Bhutan

    The nearly 30-km long Damchu-Chukha road, which crisscrosses rugged and difficult terrain, has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 287 crore under India-assisted development projects in the Himalayan nation, military officials said. Several India-funded infrastructure projects, including in the power sector, are being implemented in Bhutan, in sync with close bilateral relationship between the two countries....

    • 9 hrs ago
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    Doctor couple in Varanasi provides free delivery of girl children

    A nursing home in Varanasi celebrates the birth of a girl child by waiving all fees and giving special care to mother and daughter. Dr. Shipra and her Husband Dr. Manoj Shrivastava are truly making Beti Bachao Beti Padhao a reality. The doctor couple has so far assisted 234 women giving birth to daughters and have become an important part of "Save the Girl campaign". ...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    PM Modi to embark on three nation tour to Africa

    In the first leg, PM Modi will be in Rwanda, followed by Uganda from the later half of 24th July to 25th July. He will then proceed to South Africa to attend the 10th BRICS Summit at Johannesburg from 25th to 27th July. This will be the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister to Rwanda and the first visit by our Prime Minister to Uganda in over 20 years. During his visit in Rwanda and Uganda...

    • 12 hrs ago
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    Cuba economic growth weak, president says, as lawmakers approve new constitution

    The new constitution seeks to maintain Cuba's one-party socialist system but institute a major government reorganisation. It will now be publicly debated through November before submission to a referendum. The government is also attempting to make changes to its Soviet-style command economy, with the goal of creating "prosperous and sustainable"...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Court grants anticipatory bail to Chidambaram in CBI's Aircel-Maxis case

    Chidambaram and his son Karti Chidambaram were named in the chargesheet filed by the CBI in the case on July 19. CBI had filed a supplementary chargesheet before the special judge, who had fixed it for consideration on July 31.

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Border Roads Organisation completes strategic road in Bhutan

    The nearly 30-km long Damchu-Chukha road, which crisscrosses rugged and difficult terrain, has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 287 crore under India-assisted development projects in the Himalayan nation, military officials said. Several India-funded infrastructure projects, including in the power sector, are being implemented in Bhutan, in sync with close bilateral relationship...

    • 19 hrs ago
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    Rathi, Deepak win gold on concluding day at Junior Asian Wrestling

    On the last day of the championship, four of the five Indian wrestlers reached the medal round with Suraj Rajkumar Kokate (61kg) and Mohit (125kg) winning bronze medals. The only one to miss out was Somveer Singh in the 92kg category.India, with 173 points, finished second in the team championship behind Iran (189 points). Uzbekistan finished third with 128 points. Rathi won the...

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    Jammu and Kashmir: Three terrorists gunned down in Kulgam district

    Constable Saleem Shah was abducted by militants from his residence in Mutalhama area of Kulgam in south Kashmir on Friday and his body, bearing severe torture marks, was recovered yesterday. The encounter began this morning as security forces launched a cordon and search operation in Khudwani after receiving specific intelligence input about the presence of militants in the...

    • yesterday
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    Pakistani intruder shot dead

    The intruder was shot dead after the security forces saw him trying to enter the Indian territory, said Ram Awtar, Inspector General, BSF, Jammu frontier. The complete area has been cordoned off and the search operation is underway. Last week, the BSF troopers killed an intruder from Pakistan along Punjab's border with Pakistan in the frontier district of Gurdaspur.

    • yesterday

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