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India, Portugal to partner up in cyber security, e-governance among other things

India and Portugal on Monday agreed to set up an institutional mechanism to collaborate in areas of electronic manufacturing, ITeS, start-ups, cyber security and e-governance, an official said.

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

Reacting to former Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Mahmud Ali Durrani’s admission of Pak-based terror groups involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack,

EU approves military training command after reluctant British retreat

EU approves military training command after reluctant British retreat

European Union states agreed on Monday to open a small command centre to run military training missions abroad, a step France and Italy hope is a precursor to an EU defence headquarters.

‘Altering flight routes may cut climate impact by 10 per cent’

‘Altering flight routes may cut climate impact by 10 per cent’

Making small changes to some flight routes could help airlines reduce their climate impact by up to 10 per cent, according to a new study.

Not enough gender equality in the country: Manohar Parrikar

Not enough gender equality in the country: Manohar Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday rued that there was not enough gender equality in the country and said women needed to be treated more equally.

Delhi’s IGIA second among airports with over 40 mn pax: Survey

Delhi’s IGIA second among airports with over 40 mn pax: Survey

The Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in Delhi has been ranked world’s second best airport, which handle more than 40 million passengers annually, according to a global survey

India calls for early adoption of anti-terror convention by UN

India calls for early adoption of anti-terror convention by UN

India on Monday called upon Asian countries to push for a decisive global action plan to dismantle terror infrastructure wherever it exists and choke its financing, terming the menace the single biggest threat to peace and security.

EU approves military training command after reluctant British retreat

EU approves military training command after reluctant British retreat

European Union states agreed on Monday to open a small command centre to run military training missions abroad, a step France and Italy hope is a precursor to an EU defence headquarters.

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

India’s stand consistent, nothing new in ex-Pak NSA’s revelation on 26/11 attacks: Kiren Rijiju

Reacting to former Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Mahmud Ali Durrani’s admission of Pak-based terror groups involvement in the 2008 Mumbai terror attack, Union minister Kiren Rijiju on Monday said there is “nothing new” in his remark.

Kashmir: Encounter at Tral village, locals snatch rifle from CRPF man

Kashmir: Encounter at Tral village, locals snatch rifle from CRPF man

Security forces cordoned off a village in south Kashmir’s Tral area on Saturday evening after they received information about the presence of militants there.