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Aero India will not be shifted out of Bengaluru: Govt....Bengal govt committed to spread education: Mamata...UIDAI's bid to hire social media agency was against its submissions in Aadhaar case: SC..BJP vows to win Lok Sabha polls with bigger mandate than 2014...Manmohan Singh urges PM Modi not to change ‘nature, character’ of Nehru library
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Aero India will not be shifted out of Bengaluru: Govt

Ending speculations, the defence ministry Saturday said the next edition of Aero India -- considered Asia's largest aerospace exhibition -- will be held in its traditional venue of Bengaluru from February 20 to 24 next year. Last month, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had made a request to Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. .......more

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Bengal govt committed to spread education: Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Saturday said that her government was committed to spread education in all sections of the people."Today is International Literacy Day. The issue of literacy is a key component of the UN's Sustainable ......more

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UIDAI's bid to hire social media agency was against its submissions in Aadhaar case: SC

The Supreme Court Friday said the proposal of the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), which runs the Aadhaar scheme, to hire a social ......... ...more

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BJP vows to win Lok Sabha polls with bigger mandate than 2014

A slogan of “Ajey BJP” (Invincible BJP) was adopted at the meeting of the party’s national office bearers and also presidents of its state units. A key BJP meeting chaired by its president Amit Shah on Saturday vowed to work to ensure the party’s........... more

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Manmohan Singh urges PM Modi not to change ‘nature, character’ of Nehru library

Six months ago, when BJP chief Amit Shah declared 'Mission 350' for 2019, the Opposition sniggered at his 'Mission Impossible'.  .... . ...more

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India, Pakistan to resume talks on Indus Waters Treaty in Lahore this week

India and Pakistan will resume their talks on various aspects of the crucial Indus Waters Treaty in Lahore on Wednesday, the first bilateral engagement since Prime Minister Imran Khan took office. . ...more

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US reimposes tough, unilateral sanctions against Iran

The United States re-imposed a wave of tough, unilateral sanctions against Iran today, bringing back into effect harsh penalties that had been lifted under a historic, multi-party nuclear agreement that President Donald Trump abandoned in May... . ... more
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UN environment chief lauds India's efforts to use solar energy, curb plastics

A South Korean delegation left for North Korea on Monday, a presidential official said, aiming to bring the North and the United States together for talks in a bid to . . ... more
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Israel's Netanyahu departs for U.S. trip amid corruption investigation

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu left the country for a five-day trip to the United States amid several corruption allegations Sunday......... ..........more

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The Union Minister for Human Resource Development, Shri Prakash Javadekar lighting the lamp to inaugurate the 4th World Summit on Accreditation (WOSA-2018), organised by the National Board of Accreditation, in New Delhi on September 08, 2018. The Secretary, Department of Higher Education, Shri R. Subrahmanyam and other dignitaries are also seen. .  .......
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