Nirmala Puts Shoulder To Combat Vehicle Project

Nirmala Puts Shoulder To Combat Vehicle Project
Nirmala Puts Shoulder To Combat Vehicle Project
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$12-b program hanging fire for long; Defence Procurement Board may take it up next week; L&T, TATA Motors, Reliance in fray

by Nayanima Basu

In less than a month as Defence Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman has decided to firm up a $12-billion project to procure over 2,300 Futuristic Infantry

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31 Bengaluru sub-registrars in dock for violation in property registration

31 Bengaluru sub-registrars in dock for violation in property registration

The officers are facing serious charges of flouting rules pertaining to property registration. File Photo

In a classic case of fence eating the crop, 31 of the 43 sub-registrars in Bengaluru are facing a probe for allowing registration of illegal immovable properties in the city’s outskirts.

The officers are facing serious charges of flouting rules

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NFL pushes hard for London team but may encounter resistance at home

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The Baltimore Ravens NFL returns to Wembley on Sunday for the Ravens’ fixture against the Jaguars, with officials eager to play up to eight matches a season in London but obstacles to establishing a franchise are still to be overcome

Ten years after the NFL first came to London the league remains hopeful of putting a team in the city. Perhaps as soon as in four years.

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Doctors criticise PMA Multan wing for delaying elections

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MULTAN: Doctors have criticised the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) Multan body for delaying the election process for the last 10 years and unanimously developed a census for holding PMA general body meeting.

While addressing a press conference on Friday, the United Doctors’ Front (UDF) spokesman Dr Masudur Rauf Haraj announced that all d

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Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan
Cold Start: India's Clever Plan To Punish A Nuclear-Powered Pakistan

India's Prahaar is a solid-fuelled surface-to-surface guided short-range tactical ballistic missile

The doctrine has been in talks for many years but the government and the armed forces have seldom owned it in public

NEW DELHI: Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Wednesday his country had developed short-range nuclear weapons to

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