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CM opposes War Memorial at India Gate

Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit has opposed a Group of Ministers' recommendation to set up the long-awaited National War Memorial at the India Gate complex, saying it will affect the ambience of the area and restrict people's movement at the popular hangout zone.

The Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian Army General Bikram Singh to visit Sri Lanka

The Chief of the Army Staff of the Indian Army General Bikram Singh, along with his lady and a delegation of senior Indian Army officials are scheduled to visit Sri Lanka, on an invitation by the Commander of the Sri Lanka Army.

Rs 600 enough to feed a family of five, says Delhi CM Sheila Dikshit

Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit seems to be living in the sixties when milk, pulses and ghee cost one-third of current prices.

Their Paradise; Our Pandemonium

The price of petrol went up, again, as Colombo was being geared up, on presidential orders, by the military for the Night Races – a pet project of Namal Rajapaksa.

Italy hopes arrested Marines can go back for Christmas

Italy on Sunday voiced confidence that the case of its two marines, facing trial in a Kerala court in connection with the shooting to death of two Indian fishermen, will be solved in accordance with National laws and International justice.

Burma opens new offensive in Kachin state despite reform promise

Burma Army strategic warfare against the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) near the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO)’s HQ Liaza this time seems to be a decisive military operation.

GMR seeks compensation of $800 m from Maldives

Indian infrastructure firm GMR will seek a compensation of over $800 million from Maldives for the termination of its airport deal here but Male is insisting on a “forensic audit” as it feels the actual amount would be less than half.

Congress inability to attend purposed meeting on December 13 unfair: A ruling Legislator

A ruling legislator in the DAN said in the proposed meeting on December 13 at the residence of the State Assembly Speaker, they were about to have further discussion to resolve that “No solution, no election.”

Congress inability to attend purposed meeting on December 13 unfair: A ruling Legislator

A ruling legislator in the DAN said in the proposed meeting on December 13 at the residence of the State Assembly Speaker, they were about to have further discussion to resolve that “No solution, no election.”

Sweden questions India on “arms supply” to Myanmar

In a development that could snowball into a diplomatic row, India has been questioned by Sweden over its alleged role in supplying weapons to the Myanmar army in violation of European Union sanctions.


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