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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2674

India

Kudankulam n-plant protests: Cases registered against 4 NGOs

The Union Home Secretary on Tuesday said that cases had been lodged against four NGOs for allegedly diverting funds to fuel protests against Kudankulam nuclear plant project in Tamil Nadu.

28th Session of the Board of Directors of the India – Sri Lanka Foundation held in Colombo

The India - Sri Lanka Foundation was established by a Memorandum of Understanding between the governments of India and Sri Lanka in 1998 in order to foster India - Sri Lanka relations through the enhancement of economic, scientific, technical and cultural cooperation and to promote greater understanding between the peoples of the two countries.

Sonia Gandhi goes abroad for medical check-up

Nearly six months after undergoing a surgery abroad, Congress president Sonia Gandhi has travelled out of the country for a "routine check up" in connection with the treatment for her undisclosed illness.

Commonwealth Bank Series: Kohli resurrect India's hope to play in the final

India won by 7 wickets with 80 balls remaining in their must win match against Sri Lanka in the 11th ODI of Commonwealth Bank series at Hobart in order to stay in the series.

Operation of anti- terror body stayed after CMs’ objections

The NCTC, which is facing stiff opposition from non-Congress chief ministers, will not be operationalised on March 1 as scheduled and the anti-terror body may take its shape only after a meeting of the police chiefs of all states likely to be held in Delhi on March 10.

Antony criticizes China for protesting Arunachal Pradesh visit

Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Monday criticised China for raising objections to his visit to Arunachal Pradesh, describing Beijing’s comments on the issue as “most unfortunate” and “really objectionable”.

Sexy is not derogatory, says NCW chairperson

National Commission for Women chairperson Mamta Sharma, defining the word 'sexy' on Saturday, said girls should not take the word in the wrong way because “sexy means beautiful”.

PM laments China ahead of India in field of science

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who vowed last month to more than double India's R&D spending to $8 billion a year by 2017, has expressed concern over countries like China overtaking India in the field of science.

Embassy car blast in Delhi: Israel claims India has “ proof of Iran link”

Indian intelligence agencies have "considerable evidence" of Iran's involvement in the February 13 attack on an Israeli diplomat's wife but are not releasing it in a bid to avoid public confrontation with Tehran, a top Israeli security official has claimed.

Australians are through to the CB series finals!

Australia won the 10th match against India in the 10th One Day International (ODI) match at SCG Sydney by 87 runs securing a spot in the finals while gaining a bonus point on their way.

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