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India watching closely as China ups ante in South China Sea 31.7.2015 FirstPost: World

Various countries around the area believe that they too have a stake in the South China Sea. The South China Sea Islands collectively number in hundreds and the claims by the surrounding nations is evident in the names given to the islands and the sea.

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BHAVINI responsible for delay in commissioning of fast breeder reactor: CAG report 30.7.2015 ET: Power
The CAG held BHAVINI's inability to develop in-house expertise for undertaking procurement activities and deficiencies in the existing system responsible for delay.
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For North Korea, Iran-style Nuclear Deal Not an Option 30.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
The biggest issue of all, however, could simply be that it is not in the DNA of North Korea's leaders to flip-flop.
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For North Korea, Iran-style Nuke Deal Not an Option 30.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
In a flurry of public comments since the deal, the North has been blunt: Its nuclear weapons are not a bargaining chip.
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India's fast breeder reactor to go critical soon 29.7.2015 New Kerala: India News
Bengaluru, July 29 : India's first 500 MW sodium-cooled fast breeder reactor would go critical by the year-end at Kalpakkam near Chennai, a top official said on Wednesday.
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India's fast breeder reactor to go critical soon 29.7.2015 All News-IANS Stories
India's first 500 MW sodium-cooled fast breeder reactor would go critical by the year-end at Kalpakkam near Chennai, a top official said on Wednesday.
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Kalam's Body Reaches Madurai, to be Flown to Rameswaram 29.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
The mortal remains of former president Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam have reached Madurai.
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Iran, France Talk of 'New Era' in Ties After Nuclear Deal 29.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
Iran said French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius' visit is the start of a "new era" in bilateral relations following a historic nuclear deal.
Missile Man's Brave K-ampaign for Plant 29.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
Giving his vote for INO, he said it will elevate India as a key player
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Iran accuses Bahrain of stoking Asia tensions 28.7.2015 Asian Age: International
Iran accused Sunni-ruled Bahrain of stoking tensions in the Gulf by making unfounded allegations against it, the official IRNA news agency reported. “It is clear that the government of Bahrain, by repeating unfounded allegations, seeks to create a climate of tension in the region,” it quoted foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham as saying. “Such methods are not constructive, and do not diminish the Islamic republic’s commitment to continue its policy... and regional cooperation in the fight against terrorism and extremism,” she said. On Saturday, Bahrain’s interior ministry said it had detained two men accused of trying to smuggle weapons from Shia Iran. That announcement came hours after Bahrain, which has a Shia majority, said it was recalling its envoy from Tehran in protest at “hostile” comments by Iranian leaders. Last Sunday, Bahrain summoned Iran’s acting charge d’affaires to protest against its supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei voicing support for “oppressed people” across the Middle ...
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People’s President APJ Abdul Kalam ignited Indian minds 28.7.2015 Asian Age: India
Abdul Kalam with Atal Behari Vajpayee in 2003. — PTI The People’s President, as Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was lovingly called by all, passed away on Monday evening, while doing what he loved the most: sharing ideas with students. Perhaps the most popular among the recent residents of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Mr Kalam, even eight years after he left his august address, continued to shower students and citizens alike within India as well as abroad with his innovative ideas and theories. Always the teacher, keen to spread the light of knowledge, he had tweeted on Monday morning, “Going to Shillong.. to take course on Livable Planet Earth at IIM...” His dream of seeing India emerge as a strong nation and an emerging super power by the year 2020 is already taking shape, as the country is fast moving towards becoming a major economic super power. Though the nation will mourn his passing away, wherever he may be, the former scientist and innovator must surely be a contented man, having seen the country treading the ...
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Iran accuses Bahrain of stoking Asia tensions 28.7.2015 Asian Age: International
Iran accused Sunni-ruled Bahrain of stoking tensions in the Gulf by making unfounded allegations against it, the official IRNA news agency reported. “It is clear that the government of Bahrain, by repeating unfounded allegations, seeks to create a climate of tension in the region,” it quoted foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham as saying. “Such methods are not constructive, and do not diminish the Islamic republic’s commitment to continue its policy... and regional cooperation in the fight against terrorism and extremism,” she said. On Saturday, Bahrain’s interior ministry said it had detained two men accused of trying to smuggle weapons from Shia Iran. That announcement came hours after Bahrain, which has a Shia majority, said it was recalling its envoy from Tehran in protest at “hostile” comments by Iranian leaders. Last Sunday, Bahrain summoned Iran’s acting charge d’affaires to protest against its supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei voicing support for “oppressed people” across the Middle ...
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People’s President APJ Abdul Kalam ignited Indian minds 28.7.2015 Asian Age: India
Abdul Kalam with Atal Behari Vajpayee in 2003. — PTI The People’s President, as Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was lovingly called by all, passed away on Monday evening, while doing what he loved the most: sharing ideas with students. Perhaps the most popular among the recent residents of the Rashtrapati Bhavan, Mr Kalam, even eight years after he left his august address, continued to shower students and citizens alike within India as well as abroad with his innovative ideas and theories. Always the teacher, keen to spread the light of knowledge, he had tweeted on Monday morning, “Going to Shillong.. to take course on Livable Planet Earth at IIM...” His dream of seeing India emerge as a strong nation and an emerging super power by the year 2020 is already taking shape, as the country is fast moving towards becoming a major economic super power. Though the nation will mourn his passing away, wherever he may be, the former scientist and innovator must surely be a contented man, having seen the country treading the ...
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The Iran deal, a triumph for diplomacy 24.7.2015 Hindu: Lead
A confluence of factors led to the nuclear deal between Iran and the U.S. While in Iran it was the factor of popular protests against the regime, in the U.S., it was the ascendance of Barack Obama to presidency
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Kerry to brave 'callous questioning' from Senate committee on Iran nuke deal 23.7.2015 Sify News
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will have to face callous questioning as he appears before a Senate committee to rally support for the newly-struck Iran nuclear deal.
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Kerry to brave 'callous questioning' from Senate committee on Iran nuke deal 23.7.2015 New Kerala: World News
London, July 23 : U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will have to face callous questioning as he appears before a Senate committee to rally support for the newly-struck Iran nuclear deal.
Crude slump may be boon for FMCGs 23.7.2015 Rediff: Business
Only Hindustan Unilever and Nestlé bucked the trend.
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‘N-power output set to register huge increase’ 23.7.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘N-power output set to register huge increase’
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Americans pack Times Square to denounce Iran deal 23.7.2015 Zee News : World
Protesters poured into New York`s Times Square on Wednesday to denounce the Iran nuclear deal as a threat to Israel and global security, demanding that the US Congress reject the pact.
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Crude slump may be boon for FMCGs 23.7.2015 Latest News
The result: Input costs of FMCG companies will fall giving the latter room to increase R&D expenditure
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