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Snooping is unacceptable: India bluntly tells US
India, US ask Pak to bring 26/11 attack perpetrators to justice
8/1/2014 12:41:40 AM
NEW DELHI: India today bluntly told the US that surveillance of political leaders and others in India by the American intelligence was "unacceptable" to which the US responded by saying that any differences that may exist can be resolved by intelligence communities of the two countries. This emerged after marathon talks between visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry, the highest-ranking dignitary to visit India since the installation of the Modi government, and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj here. The two sides had wide-range of key issues like trade, defence and energy. At a joint press conference tonight, Swaraj was asked if she had raised the issue of surveillance of BJP leaders in 2010 by the US National Security Agency (NSA), as was made public recently on the basis of revelations of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Swaraj replied, "I raised this issue with Secretary Kerry. I told them that when this news appeared in Indian papers, Indians were agitated and they had expressed their anger too. Main ussi rosh se apko awgat karana chahati hoon (I want to make you aware of that anger). "I even told him that both countries consider each other as friendly nations and it will not be acceptable to us from any an...
Modi was denied visa by previous Govt: Kerry
8/1/2014 12:41:02 AM
NEW DELHI: In perhaps the first explanation of the denial of visa for Narendra Modi, the Obama Administration today said the decision was taken by the "previous" government. "It's a very big deal. Different government, it's a different government now. Just like it is here. We will welcome Prime Minister Modi." "He is going to get a welcome. Of course, he will get a visa. No question whatsoever. And we look forward to a terrific meeting with President Obama in September," Secretary of State Jo...
Petrol price cut by Rs 1.09/Litre, Diesel price hiked by 50 P
8/1/2014 12:40:42 AM
NEW DELHI: Petrol price was today cut by Rs 1.09 per litre, the second reduction in three-and-half-months, while diesel rates were hiked by 56 paise a litre. The revisions will be effective midnight tonight, Indian Oil Corp, the nation's largest oil firm, announced today. Petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 72.51 per litre from tomorrow as against Rs 73.60 a litre currently. Similarly, diesel will be priced at Rs 58.40 per litre from tomorrow as compared to Rs 57.84 currently. Petrol price was redu...
5 killed, 16 injured in road accident in Udhampur
8/1/2014 12:40:16 AM
Udhampur: Five persons were killed and 16 others injured, seven of them seriously, when a passenger bus skidded off the road and rolled down into a gorge in Udhampur district, police said. The bus, which was on its way from Udhampur to Khor Gali, skidded off the road and rolled down into deep gorge at Dubi Gali area in the district last night, they said. While four persons were killed on the spot, another succumbed to his injuries during treatment, they said adding, the injured have been hosp...
Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag takes over as Army Chief
8/1/2014 12:38:39 AM
NEW DELHI: Gen Dalbir Singh Suhag, whose appointment as Army Chief had kicked up a row, today took over as the head of the 1.3 million strong force succeeding Gen Bikram Singh. Gen Suhag assumed charge after his predecessor handed over to him the Chief of Army Staff baton in his South Block office here. The new Chief takes over at a time when the force is facing challenges of modernsation in its artillery, infantry and air defence arms and is also preparing itself for facing a possible multi-...
India gave befitting reply to Pak after beheading incident:Gen Bikram Singh
Faceoff once in a while with Chinese troops
8/1/2014 12:38:03 AM
NEW DELHI: The army today admitted that faceoffs take place between troops of India and China while patrolling the "disputed" areas along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) but ruled out that a skirmish can take place between the two countries along their border. "The patrolling by our troops and PLA soldiers is done in an area which is disputed. Both sides have claims to that area so when patrols come in over there, there is a faceoff once in a while and that is dealt with the as per the rules ...
Sawhney condoles demise of Chief Justice’s mother
8/1/2014 12:37:44 AM
JAMMU: Mr. A.K.Sawhney (Advocate), former Bar President has conveyed his sincere condolence to Mr. Justice M.M. Kumar, Chief Justice of the High Court of J&K, on the passing away of the Chief Justice’s mother today morning. Sawhney expressed his condolences, sympathy and prayed for peace to the departed soul....
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