Author: The Times Of India

Ordnance corporatisation: Now, labour ministry intervenes

Less than 24 hours after the first day of the 30-day strike called by Ordnance employees against corporatisation of

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No complete withdrawal from Afghanistan: Trump

US President Donald Trump has indicated that the US forces will not completely withdraw from warn-torn Afghanistan and America

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Hyderabadis lead India’s charge on Article 370 at UN

At least three diplomats with roots in Telangana are holding fort for India at the UN at a time

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HFCL bags Rs 2,467 cr order for building Defence telecom network

Domestic telecom gear maker HFCL on Tuesday said it has bagged Rs 3,329 crore order from state-owned BSNL to

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Small airports to get automatic ATC

After trying out mobile air traffic control towers and remote air traffic control units (ATC) for small airports, the

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Defence contractors in B’luru on strike over pending bills

About 200 defence contractors in Bengaluru will go on a strike on Monday over pending bills from the ministry

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In New Kashmir, separatism may be new political pariah

After abrogation of the special status conferred to Jammu & Kashmir by the Constitution, politics in the Valley is

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Indian Army emerges as champion at the 5th Army International Scout Masters Competition 2019

The Indian Army team has comprehensively won the 5th Army International Scout Masters Competition held at Jaisalmer Military Station.

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S Jaishankar, Syed Akbaruddin Worked In Tandem To Defy Pakistan, China

Most Indian diplomats can be excessively restrained in their conduct, and measured in their responses to a fault

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Did India take down Pakistan 14-1 at United Nations Security Council?

Diplomacy involves the patriotic art of lying for one’s country; of saying the nastiest things in the nicest way;

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