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Talks on to ‘implement’ US nuclear deal 18.12.2014 Asian Age: India
PM Narendra Modi with Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the only Hindu in the American Congress, at a meeting in New Delh. PTI Indian and American experts on Wednesday held detailed discussions on a range of implementation issues, including administrative, liability, technical and licensing matters to advance the operationalisation of the Indo-US civil nuclear cooperation that has been in limbo for past 9 years. Pursuant to the joint decision by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama during Mr Modi’s visit to the US in September, the first meeting of the India-US Contact Group, comprising relevant experts from both sides, on civil nuclear cooperation took place here, the external affairs ministry said. “As mandated by the two leaders, the group held detailed discussions on a range of implementation issues, including administrative issues, liability, technical issues and licensing to facilitate the establishment of US-designed nuclear power plants in India. The discussions were positive and ...
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India, US experts meet on operationalising civil n-deal 18.12.2014 All News-IANS Stories
An India-US contact group on civil nuclear cooperation that met here Dec 16-17 held detailed talks on a range of issues towards implementation of the civil nuclear accord, including on liability, technical issues and licensing to facilitate setting ...
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Centre mulls road along India-China road in Arunachal Pradesh 17.12.2014 FirstPost: India

Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh, in a written reply, told Lok Sabha that government is giving careful and specific attention to the development of infrastructure in all the border areas in order to meet the "strategic and security requirements" and facilitate economic development.

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Govt concerned over China-Pak nuke deal: Swaraj 17.12.2014 Zee News : India National
India on Wednesday expressed concern over a nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, which it had taken up with Beijing but asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests.
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Govt planning to construct road in Arunachal Pradesh: VK Singh 17.12.2014 Zee News : States
Government is planning to construct a road in Arunachal Pradesh to provide connectivity to people living in area bordering China, the Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.
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A year of 'Modification' in India-US ties 17.12.2014 New Kerala: India News
By Arun Kumar, Washington, Dec 17 : India-US relations are poised for a takeoff after an eventful year and a historic election that transformed India's new leader Narendra Modi from a US pariah to a partner ready to "chalein saath saath".
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India is well prepared, won’t allow harm to India: Swaraj on Pak-China nuclear deal 17.12.2014 FirstPost: Politics

Expressing concern over the nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, External Affairs
Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said the government has raised the issue with China and asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests.

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Govt concerned over China-Pak nuke deal: Swaraj 17.12.2014 deccanherald.com
Expressing concern over the nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said the government has raised the issue with China and asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests. "India is well prepared (to deal with threats)... We are fully alert... We will not allow any harm to (happen to) India," Swaraj said in the Lok Sabha. She asserted that the government remains committed to taking all necessary steps to safeguard Indias national security interests. Her remarks came while replying to queries regarding steps taken by the government to safeguard the countrys interests against the backdrop of Pakistan entering into a nuclear deal with China. "Government remains concerned about the impact of the deal on global non-proliferation norms. Government believes that countries should abide by the commitments that they have undertaken in the field of nuclear non-proliferation," she said. During Question Hour, Swaraj said the government is aware of ...
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Govt concerned over China-Pak nuke deal, says Sushma Swaraj 17.12.2014 FirstPost: India

Expressing concern over the nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said the government has raised the issue with China and asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests.

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Centre concerned over China-Pakistan nuke deal: Swaraj 17.12.2014 FirstPost: India

Her remarks came while replying to queries regarding steps taken by the government to safeguard the country's interests against the backdrop of Pakistan entering into a nuclear deal with China.

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Sushma: India concerned over China-Pak nuke deal 17.12.2014 India Today| Must Read
Swaraj said the government has raised the issue with China and asserted that it is well prepared to safeguard national interests.
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Government concerned over China-Pakistan nuclear deal: Sushma Swaraj 17.12.2014 DNA: Popular News
 Expressing concern over the nuclear deal between China and Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday said the government has raised the issue with China and asserted that it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests. "India is well prepared (to deal with threats)... We are fully alert... We will not allow any harm to (happen to) India," Swaraj said in the Lok Sabha. She asserted that the government remains committed to taking all necessary steps to safeguard India's national security interests. Her remarks came while replying to queries regarding steps taken by the government to safeguard the country's interests against the backdrop of Pakistan entering into a nuclear deal with China. "Government remains concerned about the impact of the deal on global non-proliferation norms. Government believes that countries should abide by the commitments that they have undertaken in the field of nuclear non-proliferation," she said. During Question Hour, Swaraj said the government is ...
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Government Concerned Over China-Pak Nuke Deal: Swaraj 17.12.2014 newindianexpress.com
India express concern over China-Pakistan nuke deal, which it took up with Beijing but asserted it is "well prepared" to safeguard national interests.
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POINT OF VIEW: BIG PEOPLE DO SMALL THINGS AND LOSE EVERYTHING? WHY DO POWER-LUST, GREED, EGO RULE THE WORLD? 16.12.2014 Star of Mysore
POINT OF VIEW: BIG PEOPLE DO SMALL THINGS AND LOSE EVERYTHING? WHY DO POWER-LUST, GREED, EGO RULE THE WORLD?
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The Big Read: Oil’s winners and losers 16.12.2014 Financial Times: Analysis
Inflation and strong dollar could curb global economic impact
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Business as usual 16.12.2014 Telegraph: Opinion
President Vladimir Putin's visit has served an important purpose at this juncture, that of underlining politically that Russia remains a key strategic partner for India. With perceived stagnation in India-Russia ties, improving India-US ties and a sharp deterioration in US-Russia relations, for us it was opportune to signal this internationally.
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Iran's Hassan Rouhani says he will try to clinch nuclear deal as talks with US resume 15.12.2014 DNA: Popular News
President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that he would try to clinch a nuclear deal with world powers despite opposition from some quarters in Iran. Rouhani was speaking as Iran resumed talks with the United States (US) in Geneva on its nuclear programme. An eventual deal would remove sanctions imposed on Tehran. But his government must sell any agreement to hardliners in the Islamic Republic who are wary of any rapprochement with the West. "Some people may not like to see the sanctions lifted. Their numbers are few, and they want to muddy the water," Rouhani, widely seen as a pragmatist, told a gathering of officials at a Central Bank seminar in Tehran. He appeared to refer to hardliners including senior commanders of the elite Revolutionary Guards. "The overwhelming majority of our nation - intellectuals, academics, theologians, the greats, and the leadership - are in favour of getting the sanctions removed," Rouhani said. US and Iranian negotiators began a two-day meeting in Geneva before wider talks ...
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Big People Do Small Things and Lose Everything? Why Do Power-lust, Greed, Ego Rule the World? 14.12.2014 The New Indian Express - The Sunday Standard - http://newindianexpress.com/thesundaystandard/
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Fallout from Putin’s visit: US, Ukraine object to Indo-Russian deals; will Modi listen? 13.12.2014 FirstPost: World

Several western nations and their allies have complained to the Ministry of External Affairs about the unusually high quantum of business deals in monetary terms reached between India and Russia during the 15th India-Russia annual summit in New Delhi on 11 December.

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India keeps Russia close, US sore 13.12.2014 deccanherald.com
India remained unfazed even as the US expressed its tacit disapproval of a series of agreements inked by New Delhi and Moscow after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin here on Thursday. New Delhi did not officially respond to Washington's remark on India's bid to augment its defence, economic and energy ties with Russia. Sources, however, said on Friday that India's position on the issue had been clearly conveyed to the US through diplomatic channels. "We have seen press reporting on India concluding business, nuclear and defence deals with Russia, but not confirmation of those agreements or specifics of what those agreements would entail," Marie Harf, spokesperson of the US State Department, told journalists in Washington. "Our view remains that it is not time for business as usual with Russia," she said. Notwithstanding US frowns, the Modi-Putin meeting on Thursday was followed by signing of 20 agreements, including one for supply of crude oil from Russia to ...
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