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DRDO proves parachute system's efficiency for recovery of mission ...
New Delhi, Dec. 19 : The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has proved the efficacy and reliability of the advanced parachute system designed and developed by its Agra based lab Aerial Delivery R and D Estt (ADRDE) to validate Moon Mission Crew Capsule Recovery by the GSLV MK-III ...
Investigation on in missing documents related to Vadra's land deal: ...
New Delhi/Chandigarh, Dec. 19 : With important documents related to Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra's land deal missing, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday assured that a proper investigation is in place.
54 Indian soldiers believed to be in Pakistani jails: Parrikar
New Delhi, Dec 19 : At least 54 missing defence personnel of 1965 and 1971 wars are believed to be in custody in Pakistan, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar told parliament Friday.
Have named CPI-M leaders in Saradha scam: Madan Mitra
Kolkata, Dec 19 : West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra, arrested in the Saradha scam, Friday claimed he has named to the CBI, several CPI-M leaders including MP Mohammad Salim for their involvement in the multi-crore scandal. The Left leaders dismissed the allegations.
One missing, nine hurt as Indonesia volcano erupts
Jakarta, Dec 19 : One person was missing and nine others were injured in an eruption of Mount Gamalama volcano in Indonesia, an official said here Friday.
Khemka takes on Congress over missing Vadra land deal documents
Kolkata/Chandigarh, Dec. 19 : Asserting that he was charge sheeted with the prime objective of giving a clean chit to Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra, senior Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Ashok Khemka on Friday said key documents related to his business operations were now ...
Iran dismisses UN resolution as 'political'
Tehran, Dec 19 : Iran has criticised the UN General Assembly's "political" resolution on alleged human rights violations in the country.
India warns of trans-border terror threats to Afghanistan, elsewhere
By Arul Louis, United Nations, Dec 19 : As the UN-mandated international combat mission in Afghanistan enters its final days after a democratic transfer of power in Kabul, a Security Council debate put the spotlight on the terrorist threats to the fragile nation with India warning of the support ...
Bikini round now removed from Miss World pageant
London, Dec 19 : The Miss World contest, which has been an annual feature since 1951, will no longer feature a swimsuit round in their competition, the organisation's chairwoman Julia Morley has said.
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler finds new exoplanet
Washington, Dec 19 : NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft has made a comeback with the discovery of the first exoplanet found using its new K2 mission.
Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka asks local government ...
Colombo, Dec.19 : The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRSCL) has advised all local government authorities to obey election laws, saying it will be compelled to take legal action against violators.
Beijing Olympics' wrestling champion banned a year for missing dope ...
Paris, Dec 19 : Steeve Guenot, the 2008 Olympic wrestling champion, has been banned for a year for missing doping tests, according to the French anti-doping agency.
Nepal should ensure independence of justice panels: Rights Bodies
New York, Dec.19 : The Government of Nepal should ensure more victim participation and improve transparency when selecting candidates for two independent commissions on the country's decade-long conflict, eight local and international human rights organizations and conflict-era victims groups said ...
No more bikini clad contestants in Miss World Pageant
Washington, Dec 19 : Miss World Pageant won't see any bikini clad contestants as the organization has announced a bikini ban in future.
Three killed, 14 missing in China boat capsize
Beijing, Dec 19 : At least three people were killed and 14 went missing after a boat capsized off the coast of China's Shandong province, the police said Friday.
India warns of foreign-backed terrorist threats to Afghanistan
By Arul Louis, United Nations, Dec 19 : As the UN-mandated international combat mission in Afghanistan enters its final days after a democratic transfer of power, a Security Council debate put the spotlight on the terrorist threats to the fragile nation with India warning of the support extremists ...
UN peacekeepers' mandate extended in Golan Heights
United Nations, Dec 19 : The UN Security Council Thursday extended the mandate of the world body's peacekeeping force in the Golan Heights, and called on all parties to the Syrian conflict to cease military actions in the mission's area of operation.
CBI searches BSNL general manager's house, offices
New Delhi, Dec 18 : The CBI Thursday searched the residence and offices of BSNL general manager A.K. Gupta, who was allegedly running three companies without taking permission from the government.
478 complaints of poll code violation in Kashmir: EC
Jammu, Dec 18 : As many as 478 complaints of violation of the model code of conduct have been received by the Election Commission since the beginning of the five-phase Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections, a poll panel official said.
Delhi Police reunites two missing children with families
New Delhi, Dec 18 : Two missing children finally met their families Thursday following a drive launched by Delhi Police for restoring children staying in government run observation homes in the city to their families.
CBI files three charge sheets in NRHM case
New Delhi, Dec 18 : The CBI Thursday filed three charge sheets in three separate cases against five people in connection with alleged irregularities in upgradation of 134 hospitals in Uttar Pradesh under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).
SC dismisses Maharashtra plea on reservation
New Delhi, Dec 18 : The Supreme Court Thursday dismissed a Maharashtra government plea challenging a Bombay High Court order staying operation of an ordinance providing for reservation to Marathas and Muslims in education and government jobs.
Peshawar attack shouldn't be given credence: Bangalore police chief
Bangalore, Dec. 18 : Bangalore Police Commissioner M N Reddi on Thursday said that the Peshawar terror attack should not be given too much credence as the context in which that incident took place was entirely different from that of India.
Saudi women on mission to persuade authorities to quash driving ban
Dubai, Dec 18 : Women in Saudi Arabia are reportedly resorting to different ways to persuade authorities from lifting a driving ban imposed on them since 1957.
Himachal HC sets asides income tax order on CM's case
Shimla, Dec 18 : In a major relief to Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, the high court Thursday set aside the decision of the income tax commissioner to transfer his and his family's income tax returns cases from Shimla to Chandigarh.
SC rejects plea challenging Coal Ordinance
New Delhi, Dec 18 : The Supreme Court Thursday dismissed a plea challenging the ordinance on coal blocks, providing for retrospective recovery of a levy of Rs. 295 per metric tonne of extracted coal and linking its payment as a qualification to participate in the cancelled coal blocks' auction.
Rocket, crew module success opens way for India's manned flight
By Venkatachari Jagannathan, Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh), Dec 18 : India Thursday moved a step closer to sending its own manned mission to space as well as heavy satellites when it successfully tested a next generation rocket and crew module.
Myanmar allows 13 more local, foreign firms to make investments
Yangon, Dec 18 : Myanmar has allowed two more domestic companies and 11 foreign firms in December alone to make investments in the country, the Myanmar Investment Commission said Thursday.
India on way to manned mission
By Venkatachari Jagannathan, Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh), Dec 18 : India Thursday moved a step closer to sending its own manned mission to space when it successfully tested a next generation rocket and crew module -- in a five-minute flight.
POSOCO to operate power grid system as public sector company
New Delhi, Dec 18 : An independent public sector company responsible for power transmission system operations has been set up as the Power System Operation Corp (POSOCO), the government announced Thursday.