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India, China support trilateral dialogue with US 13.12.2014 TOI: India
India and China today supported the idea of a trilateral dialogue involving them and the US to deal with major global challenges and ensure better mutual ...
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Live! If image is proof of conspiracy, arrest PM in Sahara Scam: Mamata 13.12.2014 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Steel & Mines Minister Sh NS Tomar meets Russian delegation accompanying President Putin 13.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Russian mining and metals company Basic Element, Mr Oleg Deripaska called on the Union Minister of Steel and Mines Shri Narendra Singh Tomar on December 12, 2014, to explore partnership potential in developing Bauxite related sector in India
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Jim Murphy is too respectable to oppose Trident. For some, that makes him hard to love | Ian Jack 13.12.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The Scottish Labour leadership candidate’s support for an independent nuclear deterrent alienates him from too many potential voters – and it could leave the party dead in the water If the voting has gone according to media expectations, Jim Murphy will be announced today as the new leader of the Scottish Labour party . The MP for East Renfrewshire fought a gutsy and well-noticed referendum campaign and will be Nicola Sturgeon’s ablest opponent when (and if) he wins a seat in the Scottish parliament. He has promised a dramatic difference in the party’s behaviour: “We will be optimistic, we will be patriotic, we will stop fighting with ourselves and we will come up with radical policies.” But the ball-and-chain of his old beliefs may soon start dragging at his feet. Alone of the three candidates for the job – Neil Findlay and Sarah Boyack are the others – Murphy has an unwavering commitment to British nuclear weapons: not only to Trident, with its running costs of around £2bn a year, but also to replacing ...
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Ten things Japanese people are worrying about ahead of the snap election 13.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest

We asked our readers to tell us the mood in Japan ahead of Sunday’s snap election called by prime minister Shinzo Abe

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Former commander urges Nato to send arms to Ukraine 12.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
James Stavridis, ex-Nato supreme allied commander in Europe, says non-lethal aid insufficient in fight against separatists Continue reading...
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Shinzo Abe and the Japanese election – the Guardian briefing 12.12.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Japan goes to the polls on Sunday after the prime minister called a snap election in the wake of data showing that the country had slipped back into recession Continue reading...
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'Strong response' needed to counter militant attacks: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar 12.12.2014 DNA: Opinion
A week after 11 security personnel were killed in terror attacks in Kashmir, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Friday said the militants had come from Pakistan and India will have to give "strong response" to check such "blatant attempts". The Defence Minister, who visited Kashmir on Thursday, said a change in situation will emerge after six months as government was planning a number of steps but refused to elaborate. "I feel that there has to be some strong response which will once and for all or at least reduce this blatant attempts. It's an open secret that they (militants) came from Pakistan " he said, adding, "You will see the developments in the next six months." The Defence Minister was replying to a question on whether India's responses to militant attacks in Kashmir Valley have been effective. Parrikar said his immediate priority is to ensure proper equipment and support to armed forces guarding the country in Jammu and Kashmir. When pointed out that Pakistan possesses nuclear power and how ...
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India, Russia deals to boost ‘Make in India’ drive 12.12.2014 TOI: India
PM Narendra Modi underlined the primacy of Moscow in New Delhi’s strategic calculus when he said Russia was would remain India’s most important defence ...
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A business barrier falls 12.12.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today used a 20-minute ceremony with Russian President Vladimir Putin to quietly tear down a Soviet-era firewall that has quarantined India's diplomatic goals in public from any association with the overseas deals pursued by the country's private sector.
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India, Russia ink pact to build two nuclear reactors in Tamil Nadu 11.12.2014 ET: Power
The pact was signed between NPCIL & Russia's Atomstroy export after Summit talks between PM Narendra Modi & Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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India agrees to identify second site for Russian nuclear plant 11.12.2014 ET: Power
India today agreed to expeditiously identify a second site, in addition to Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu, for setting up Russian-designed nuclear power reactors.
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IndiaRussia ties Old friendship new equations 11.12.2014 Hindustan Times: Views
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin strive to improve ties even as geopolitics casts a ...
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Russia to 'Make in India' 400 Helicopters a Year 11.12.2014 NDTV
Russia and India have agreed to assemble 400 twin-engined helicopters a year in India, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said after summit talks between President Vladimir Putin and Prime ...
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Russia remains India's top defence partner, says Modi 11.12.2014 Rediff: News
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said even though India's options have increased, Russia will remain the country's "most important" defence partner as Moscow offered to fully manufacture in this country one of its most advanced helicopters.
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India and Russia Deepen Energy, Defence Ties During Vladimir Putin's Delhi Visit 11.12.2014 NDTV National
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin got straight down to talks today on boosting nuclear and defence cooperation at a summit aimed at reviving an old friendship that has ...
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Modi to Putin: Russia to stay India's top defence partner 11.12.2014 Sify Finance
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500 Nuclear plants across the world by 2030: Russian expert 11.12.2014 ET: Power
A total of 500 nuclear power units would be operated across the world by the end of 2030 as more number of countries have now recognised the "necessity" of atomic energy, a senior Russian nuclear scientist claimed.
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List of Documents Signed During the Official Visit of President of Russian Federation to India (December 10-11, 2014) 11.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
List of documents signed during the Official Visit of President of Russian Federation to India (December 10-11, 2014)
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Strategic Vision for Strengthening Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy between the Republic of India and the Russian Federation 11.12.2014 Govt of india: PIB
Strategic Vision for Strengthening Cooperation in Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy between the Republic of India and the Russian Federation
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