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India to play first D/N Test vs NZ: Thakur 22.4.2016 The Assam Tribune
India to play first D/N Test vs NZ: Thakur
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India should have informed in advance about nuclear test:Pak 21.4.2016 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, Apr. 21: Expressing serious concern over India's tests of nuclear-capable ballistic missiles, Pakistan has said that it would 'disturb strategic balance in South Asia'.
India to play its first D/N Test against New Zealand: BCCI secretary 21.4.2016 News
While Test matches in India are played with 'SG Test' balls, Anurag Thakur said that in this upcoming match it will be 'Pink kookaburra' that will be used
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India set to host first ever D/N test in New Zealand's tour 21.4.2016 DNA: Urban Tales
In order to raise the ever dwindling number of spectators in the stadium, the BCCI is all set to host its first-ever Day/Night cricket Test with pink ball when New Zealand tour India later this year. "We have decided that we will play one Day/Night Test match with pink ball against New Zealand later this year. Before that Duleep Trophy will act as a dress rehearsal for the Day/Night Test match," BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur told a select gathering of mediapersons at the BCCI's headquarters in the capital today. Thakur said that the main objective of the Duleep Trophy will be to check how the pink kookaburra behaves under the light in sub-continental conditions. "While we have not zeroed in on the venue, there are lots of factors that need to be taken into account. Things like dew factor, how the spinners bowl with the pink kookaburra on Indian pitches. These things we will get an idea during the Duleep Trophy," said Thakur. It is expected that all leading Indian players will play in that Duleep game in ...
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India-Japan: poised for a great leap forward 13.4.2016 Latest News
The Indo-Japanese relationship has followed a sinusoidal pattern since the 1950s. It saw its crests right after India's independence and after the Cold War
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Water crisis, Amitabh Bachchan and Bharat Mata Ki Jai 5.4.2016 Rediff: News
Maharashtra today faces an acute water crisis. But all that Devendra Fadnavis is concerned about who is not chanting slogans like Bharat Mata Ki Jai, says Syed Firdaus Ashraf.
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Pakistan ratifies nuclear material protection pact 21.3.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Pakistan on Monday ratified an international agreement for the safety of its nuclear material, a foreign ministry statement said.
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Pakistan ratifies nuclear material protection pact 21.3.2016 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, March 21 : Pakistan on Monday ratified an international agreement for the safety of its nuclear material, a foreign ministry statement said.
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Iron Fist fire power: A sonic boom from past echoing into the future 20.3.2016 All News-IANS Stories
It started with a sonic boom, a Mig 29 breaking the sound barrier, sending a shiver down the spine of those witnessing it.
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Exercise Iron Fist 2016: Firepower of Air Force and skill of warriors fills our hearts with immense pride, says PM Modi 19.3.2016 Zee News : India National
The Thar desert on Friday witnessed a scintillating display of the might of the Indian Air Force with performance by air warriors and over 180 aircraft.
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India shows its air power at Pokhran; Prez, PM witness it 18.3.2016 deccanherald.com
The Thar desert today witnessed a scintillating display of the might of the Indian Air Force with performance by air warriors and over 180 aircraft leaving spellbound the audience which included President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The thundering sound of finest fighter jets -- Sukhoi, Mirage, MiG and Jaguar -- rocked the sky at this otherwise calm place, which is historically known for series of nuclear tests conducted in 1998 during former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayees tenure. The firing of Akash missile was also undertaken for the first time in IAFs history of fire power demonstration. The demonstration of operational and firepower capabilities by fighter jets, choppers and transport aircraft of the IAF in the day-night mammoth exercise named Iron Fist 2016, near the Indo-Pak border was in six themes, making it one of the biggest events of the force which showcased more than 22 types of platforms and weapons systems. The exercise started with the day and dusk events and ...
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President to Witness Air Force's Might Tomorrow in Pokhran 17.3.2016 newindianexpress.com
President Pranab Mukherjee will tomorrow witness Air Force's firepower at Rajasthan's Pokhran.
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Swearing by the Gita 13.3.2016 TOI: The United States
While Srinivasan and Murthy, two of the highest ranking public officials of Indian-origin in the US, have been taciturn about discussing their religious faith, others newer to the faith have spoken more ...
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Scientists discover bacteria that eats plastic 12.3.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Washington, March 12 (IANS/EFE) Researchers at Japan's Kyoto University have discovered a type of bacteria that uses only two enzymes to break down plastic, according to a study published in the journal Science.
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Modi extends sympathies to Japan 11.3.2016 All Current Affairs Stories
The offshore earthquake had spawned a monster tsunami that left about 18,500 people dead or missing.
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Nuclear programme matter of national security: Pakistan asks ICJ to drop disarmament case 10.3.2016 FirstPost: World

Pakistan has submitted a written response to the International Court of Justice, seeking the dismissal of the case.

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Human activity driving Earth into new geological era 7.3.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
London: The impact of human activities on the Earth has triggered a new geological era, the Anthropocene, which is marked by the spread of man-made materials such as aluminium, concrete, plastic, and fallout from nuclear testing across the planet, says a study. "Humans have long affected the environment, but recently, there has been a rapid global spread of novel materials including aluminium, concrete and plastics, which are leaving their mark in sediments,” said Dr Colin Waters of the British Geological Survey.  Waters is part of an international team of researchers who are trying to find out to what extent are human actions recorded as measurable signals in geological strata, and whether the Anthropocene world is markedly different from the stable Holocene Epoch of the last 11,700 years that allowed human civilisation to develop, according to the University of Leicester. The Holocene Epoch was a time in which human societies advanced by gradually domesticating the land to increase food production, ...
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India must worry over China's $150 bn defence budget 7.3.2016 Rediff: Columns
'While China has been hiking its defence spending, India has done precious little in implementing the Manmohan Singh government's decision of raising a 90,000-strong China-centric Mountain Strike Corps,' says Rajeev Sharma.
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Human activity driving Earth into new geological era 7.3.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The impact of human activities on the Earth has triggered a new geological era, the Anthropocene, which is marked by the spread of man-made materials such as aluminium, concrete, plastic, and fallout from nuclear testing across the planet, says a ...
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Human activity driving Earth into new geological era 7.3.2016 New Kerala: World News
London, March 7 : The impact of human activities on the Earth has triggered a new geological era, the Anthropocene, which is marked by the spread of man-made materials such as aluminium, concrete, plastic, and fallout from nuclear testing across the planet, says a study.
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