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Multimedia exhibition on Atal Bihari Vajpayee 21.12.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
Union minister for finance and information and broadcasting Arun Jaitley on Saturday inaugurated an exhibition that aims to chronicle the life of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee. The exhibition, titled “Vikas Purush, Poorv Pradhan Mantri Atal Bihari Vajpayee”, has been organised in the run-up to his 90th birthday, on December 25, at the IGNCA. Organised by the department of audio visual publicity of the information and broadcasting ministry it displays various facets of the leader’s life. While inaugurating the exhibition, Mr Jaitley said that the exhibition was a part of celebrations of the 90th birthday of the former Prime Minister. The exhibition with 250 photographs reflects Mr Vajpayee’s vibrant life and moments of his political life and important events like India conducting nuclear tests in Pokhran in Rajasthan in 1998 and initiating friendship with Pakistan by signing the historical bilateral agreement, “Lahore Declaration”, with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif. There are also ...
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Multimedia exhibition on Atal Bihari Vajpayee 21.12.2014 Asian Age: Delhi
Union minister for finance and information and broadcasting Arun Jaitley on Saturday inaugurated an exhibition that aims to chronicle the life of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee. The exhibition, titled “Vikas Purush, Poorv Pradhan Mantri Atal Bihari Vajpayee”, has been organised in the run-up to his 90th birthday, on December 25, at the IGNCA. Organised by the department of audio visual publicity of the information and broadcasting ministry it displays various facets of the leader’s life. While inaugurating the exhibition, Mr Jaitley said that the exhibition was a part of celebrations of the 90th birthday of the former Prime Minister. The exhibition with 250 photographs reflects Mr Vajpayee’s vibrant life and moments of his political life and important events like India conducting nuclear tests in Pokhran in Rajasthan in 1998 and initiating friendship with Pakistan by signing the historical bilateral agreement, “Lahore Declaration”, with his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif. There are also ...
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Glimpses of Vajpayee's life showcased at exhibition 20.12.2014 All News-IANS Stories
An exhibition inaugurated here Saturday chronicles the life of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee - from a rare family portrait, a monochromatic close-up picture to pictures of meetings with world leaders.
A lame crane killed for being an 'RSS sympathizer' 20.12.2014 TOI: India
A lame crane killed for being an 'RSS sympathizer'
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Putin in India: Historic relations in tatters, Modi should rekindle ties with Russia 11.12.2014 FirstPost: World

Let us get to the big picture on India-Russia bilateral relations upfront at a time when Putin holds the Indo-Russian annual summit with Modi in New Delhi.

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Putin’s visit: Russia courts China as historic relations with India crumble 11.12.2014 FirstPost: India

Let us get to the big picture on India-Russia bilateral relations upfront at a time when Putin holds the Indo-Russian annual summit with Modi in New Delhi.

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An open letter to a terrorist 9.12.2014 TOI: Home
Dear Mr Terrorist, How the hell are you? Rhetorical question. Don’t answer that. Why do you do this? What do you hope to achieve killing innocent people?
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Science a pygmy when compared to astrology, says BJP MP Ramesh Pokhriyal 4.12.2014 Zee News : India National
Former Uttarakhand CM and BJP MP Ramesh Pokhriyal courted controversy after he declared that astrology is superior to science.
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Ancient India conducted nuke tests claims exUttarakhand CM 4.12.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Former Uttarakhand chief minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has said India had already conducted a nuclear test centuries ago and thinks astrology is the number one science for the entire ...
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In Parliament, BJP MP Says 'Science a Pygmy Compared to Astrology' 4.12.2014 NDTV National
During a debate in Parliament on Wednesday, a parliamentarian of the ruling BJP raised a roar of protests as he declared: "Science is a pygmy compared to ...
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For Pokhriyal, astrology is above science 4.12.2014 deccanherald.com
"All streams of science are short in stature when compared with the science of astrology." his remark by former Uttarakhand chief minister Ramesh Pokhriyal in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday had several Opposition members on their feet in protest.

Pokhriyal also said as per his understanding Rishi Kanaad had conducted nuclear test on this very land several lakh years back.

Members of the Left parties were up on their feet protesting the remarks made by Pokhriyal while participating in a discussion on the School of Planning and Architecture Bill in the Lok Sabha.

He also echoed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks on Lord Ganesha being an example of plastic surgery being practised in ancient India.
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China bashing: Is this Rajnath’s new job in the Modi Sarkar? 22.11.2014 FirstPost: Politics

In the past decade no union home minister or any cabinet minister for that matter has taken on China as pro-actively as Rajnath Singh has.

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Visit to Take Ties to Another Level 22.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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China Bashing: Is this Rajnath Singh’s new job in the Modi Sarkar 21.11.2014 FirstPost: World

In the past decade no union home minister or any cabinet minister for that matter has taken on China as pro-actively as Rajnath Singh has.

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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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India, Australia and the Indo-Pacific matrix 20.11.2014 Asian Age: Editorial
India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region India and Australia have signed an economic cooperation agreement as well as a framework defence and security agreement aimed at seeking India’s greater engagement in the Indo-Pacific region Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s bilateral visit to Australia (November 16-18), which followed on the heels of the G-20 summit at Brisbane attended by the PM, gave the Indian leader the opportunity for a rather extended sojourn Down Under, which he used to rather good effect to enhance and deepen ties with a Pacific power that has gained in salience in recent decades. India-Australia ties lay in a somewhat indifferent state in the period of the Cold War. Subsequently also the relations were none too warm on account of India going ahead with its nuclear tests in spite of not being a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation ...
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Countering another string of pearls 19.11.2014 Hindu: Op-Ed
Narendra Modi’s visit to Fiji has to be followed up with a robust programme of co-operation in areas in which India has particular strengths
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Pakistan successfully test fires nuclear-capable missile 13.11.2014 FirstPost: India

Pakistan has previously test-fired the same type of missile. Pakistan became a declared nuclear power in 1998, when it conducted underground nuclear tests.

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British atomic test site returned to Aboriginal owners 5.11.2014 Zee News : World
Defence land used by Britain to test atomic bombs was returned to its traditional Australian Aboriginal owners on Wednesday, with the area set to be developed as a tourist site.
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