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PLA accelerates fortification of Indian border 12.10.2020 Rediff: News
In fact, given the current tensions and massed troops on both sides, there is a danger that the LAC will become more like the Line of Control with Pakistan, a heavily fortified and strongly defended border where weapon fire exchanges regularly occur. Indeed, Stratfor Worldview research has listed a sharp increase in new Chinese facilities along the LAC in 2019-20.
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Can Himesh scare China away? 6.10.2020 Rediff: Movies
A playlist of 10 'so bad it's good' songs, our hostile neighbours will regret the day they decided to take panga.
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The Political Fix: Will India’s illiberal turn under Modi hurt chances of engaging with the West? 28.9.2020 Scroll.in
A newsletter on Indian policy and politics from Scroll.in.
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Pakistani-American arrested for illegally exporting computer equipment to Pak's atomic body 24.9.2020 The Assam Tribune
Pakistani-American arrested for illegally exporting computer equipment to Pak's atomic body
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Veteran nuclear scientist Sekhar Basu dies of Covid-19 24.9.2020 Rediff: News
Veteran atomic scientist and former chairman of Atomic Energy Commission Dr Sekhar Basu succumbed to Covid-19 early on Thursday at a private hospital in Koklata, a health department official said. He breathed his last just three days after turning 68.
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Alarm grows at China's military trajectory 14.9.2020 India News | Latest News Headlines & Live Updates from India - Times of India
The India-China border has joined the South and East China Seas as the hottest points of tension for the Chinese military. These areas of dispute have caused a growing chorus of worldwide alarm at Beijing's ambitions and military capability, as exemplified in the Pentagon's latest annual report on military developments in China.​
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In photos: India’s nuclear dreams are a nightmare for residents of a uranium-rich Jharkhand area 8.9.2020 Scroll.in
In Jaduguda, which has India’s oldest mines for the radioactive element, residents describe the degradation of their health and the environment.
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Forces capable of dealing with Chinese actions, says Gen Rawat 4.9.2020 The Assam Tribune
Forces capable of dealing with Chinese actions, says Gen Rawat
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India ready to face full spectrum of war: CDS Rawat 3.9.2020 Rediff: News
The former Chief of Army Staff said India faces the most complex threats and challenges spanning a full spectrum of possible conflict -- from nuclear to sub-conventional -- but asserted that the armed forces are ready to deal with them.
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Lets make a world free from Nuclear - NEDF 9.8.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Lets make a world free from Nuclear - NEDF
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Securing the Future of India's Internet Economy 23.7.2020 Rediff: Business
'Google and Facebook need to be tamed, their garb of 'Investing in India's future' need to be pulled off,' observes Vibhu Arya.
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Indigenous Kakrapar atomic plant achieves criticality 22.7.2020 Rediff: News
Modi said it is a "trailblazer for many such future achievements."
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Why Xi Jinping's fantasy will be crushed by reality 18.7.2020 Rediff: News
'Ladakh is a tiny salami-slice issue.' 'The big one for China is Arunachal Pradesh, more than 83,000 sq km.' 'Do they imagine they can grab any of this by force?' 'In the 21st century, nursing those thoughts only means you need to get your heads examined.' 'It isn't going to happen,' declares Shekhar Gupta.
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India, EU seal civil nuclear energy pact 15.7.2020 Rediff: News
The agreement provides for extensive cooperation in the civil nuclear energy sector including in research and development for peaceful uses of nuclear energy, they said.
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‘Indira Gandhi to be PM’: French glacier melts to reveal Indian newspapers from 1966 13.7.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
A cafe owner found about a dozen newspapers dating from January 20 and 21, 1966, near the Bossons glacier.
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In one of India’s eight biodiversity hotspots, unchecked development has reduced forest cover by 26% 9.7.2020 Scroll.in
Uttara Kannada is home to more than 4,600 flowering plants, 508 birds and 120 mammals.
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Sterlite Power Acquires WRSS-XIX & NERSS-IX Strengthening Scheme from PFC 26.6.2020 Projects Monitor

WRSS-XIX and NERSS-IX will serve the growing power needs of Mumba region, and improve renewable power availability across the western and north eastern India New Delhi, 25 June 2020: Sterlite Power, a leading global power transmission player, announced the acquisition of Vapi II North Lakhimpur Transmission Limited (VNLTL), a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) from PFC […]

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The Weekend Fix: A crisis of democracy unfolds in Manipur and nine other weekend reads 21.6.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
Ten must-read articles this weekend.
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How Amitav Ghosh imagined the impact of a cyclone hitting Mumbai in his book ‘The Great Derangement’ 4.6.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
‘What might happen if a Category 4 or 5 storm, with 240 kmph or higher wind speeds, were to run directly into Mumbai?’
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An Indian-American legend says goodbye 1.6.2020 Rediff: News
Ambassador T P Sreenivasan bids adieu to an unusual human being who passed away into ages on Saturday.
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