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UoN, TTA join hands to launch PG course

Bengaluru, Aug 19 (IANS) The University of Nottingham (UoN) on Saturday launched the Post Graduate Certificate in Education (International) (PGCEi) for teacher education in partnership with the TISB Training Academy (TTA) The TTA is part of the TISB and NPS Group of Institutions. The PGCEi launched by the UoN at their campus is a global platform to compare teaching approaches ac...

2 days ago
New-look India aim to impress against Mauritius in tri-nation meet

Mumbai, Aug 18 (IANS) India national team coach Stephen Constantine on Friday termed the forthcoming tri-nation series as a 'stage to try new players' where India are slated to kick-off their campaign against Mauritius at the Mumbai Football Arena on Saturday. We're playing two games before the AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers where I can try out more players. We got one team from the Caribbean ...

3 days ago
President Kovind to visit Ladakh on Monday

New Delhi, Aug 18 (IANS) In his maiden domestic tour after taking office, President Ram Nath Kovind will visit Ladakh on Monday where he will present the President's Colours to battalions of the Ladakh Scouts, an infantry regiment of the Indian Army. Sources said President Kovind will be in Ladakh for a day on August 21, and will also go to a meditation centre after the award ceremony.

3 days ago
China chides Japan for backing India on Doklam

Beijing, Aug 18 (IANS) China on Friday told Japan not to make random comments on the Sino-Indian border stand-off even if it wants to support New Delhi. Japan has rallied behind India over the dragging feud at Doklam, with its envoy Kenji Hiramatsu saying that the region is disputed and Tokyo understands why New Delhi got embroiled in it. I have seen the Japanese Ambassador in In...

3 days ago
No change in Chinese investment proposals: Home Ministry

New Delhi, Aug 17 (IANS) Despite the ongoing Doklam crisis, the most serious military face-off between Indian and China in three decades, the Indian government has no plans to single out the investment proposals of Chinese firms, a Home Ministry official said on Thursday. The clearance of al applications regarding investment proposals received is done on the basis of well-established pro...

3 days ago
Another India-China flag meeting likely, no date finalised yet

New Delhi, Aug 17 (IANS) Another flag meeting between India and China may soon be held close to the spot where the two neighbours are in a stand-off confrontation in Sikkim, informed sources said on Thursday, adding that a date had not been finalised as yet. The last meeting between senior officials of the Indian Army and People's Liberation Army at Nathu La -- one of the meeting points ...

3 days ago
LFW W/F'17: When bad boy of 'Neerja' had a good time on the runway

Mumbai, Aug 17 (IANS) Actor Jim Sarbh, who got instant success for portraying a negative role in Sonam Kapoor-starrer Neerja, turned showstopper for designer Anuj Bhutani on the Textile and Sustainable day of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2017. He not only was in a relaxed mood, but also showed some dance moves on the ramp. Jim sported a long tunic, Bermudas and relaxed coat wh...

4 days ago
Amid Doklam row, India, China discuss border peace after Ladakh scuffle

Beijing/New Delhi, Aug 16 (IANS) As a tense military standoff in Doklam entered the third month, senior Indian and Chinese army officers discussed another border row on Wednesday, a day after troops of the two countries scuffled and threw stones at each other in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh sector. According to Army sources in Delhi, a pre-scheduled Border Personnel Meeting was held near C...

4 days ago
Doklam standoff enters third month; China asks India to withdraw

Beijing, Aug 16 (IANS) China on Wednesday again told India to pull back its troops from Doklam where the standoff between their armies entered the third month. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying reiterated Beijing's stance, asking India to withdraw troops from Doklam in the Sikkim sector. On June 16, the Indian Army stopped the Chinese PLA from building a road in ...

4 days ago
PM Modi dividing the country: Rahul Gandhi

Bengaluru, Aug 16 (IANS) Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of dividing the country by allowing the BJP cadres to beat up Dalits and kill minorities. PM Modi has been busy dividing the country. He allows his party people to beat up Dalits, kill minorities and does not condemn it, Gandhi said, addressing a gathering of party workers at a...

5 days ago
Doklam standoff enters third month; China asks India to withdraw

Beijing, Aug 16 (IANS) As the standoff in Doklam entered the third month, China on Wednesday renewed its call for India to withdraw troops from the area. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said withdrawal of troops by India was a precondition for any dialogue between both sides. India is for simultaneous withdrawal of troops from Doklam in Sikkim sector - which is...

6 days ago
India capable of defeating all inimical forces: Modi

New Delhi, Aug 15 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that India is capable of defeating all inimical forces whether they came from the sea, the border, the cyber world or space. In his Independence Day speech, Modi said security of the country is a priority for the government. Security of the country is our priority. Internal security is our priority. Whether i...

7 days ago
'No bridge being built by China in Ladakh'

New Delhi, Aug 14 (IANS) Government sources on Sunday denied reports of China building a bridge in Ladakh. Earlier a report said on Sunday China was building a bridge in the no man's land in Ladakh. The report that China is building a bridge in Ladakh is wrong, a government source said. The source also denied any fresh aggression from China. Amid a stand-off in Do...

7 days ago
'No bridge being built by China in Ladakh'

New Delhi, Aug 14 (IANS) Government sources on Sunday denied reports of China building a bridge in Ladakh. Earlier a report said on Sunday China was building a bridge in the no man's land in Ladakh. The report that China is building a bridge in Ladakh is wrong, a government source said. The source also denied any fresh aggression from China. Amid a stand-off in Do...

7 days ago
'No bridge being built by China in Ladakh'

New Delhi, Aug 14 (IANS) Government sources on Sunday denied reports of China building a bridge in Ladakh. Earlier a report said on Sunday China was building a bridge in the no man's land in Ladakh. The report that China is building a bridge in Ladakh is wrong, a government source said. The source also denied any fresh aggression from China. Amid a stand-off in Do...

8 days ago
Skirmish can't be ruled out between India, China: Former Army Chief

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) A full-fledged intense war between nuclear armed India and China is unlikely, but chances of a skirmish cannot be ruled out, former Army Chief General V.P. Malik said. As India and China remain in wait-and-watch mode with a standoff continuing along the border in Sikkim, retired Army Chief Malik, who was heading the Indian Army when the Kargil conflict took place...

8 days ago
Skirmish can't be ruled out between India, China: Former Army Chief

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) A full-fledged intense war between nuclear armed India and China is unlikely, but chances of a skirmish cannot be ruled out, former Army Chief General V.P. Malik said. As India and China remain in wait-and-watch mode with a standoff continuing along the border in Sikkim, retired Army Chief Malik, who was heading the Indian Army when the Kargil conflict took place...

8 days ago
Skirmish can't be ruled out between India, China: Former Army Chief

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) A full-fledged intense war between nuclear armed India and China is unlikely, but chances of a skirmish cannot be ruled out, former Army Chief General V.P. Malik said. As India and China remain in wait-and-watch mode with a standoff continuing along the border in Sikkim, retired Army Chief Malik, who was heading the Indian Army when the Kargil conflict took place...

8 days ago
Skirmish can't be ruled out between India, China: Former Army Chief

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) A full-fledged intense war between nuclear armed India and China is unlikely, but chances of a skirmish cannot be ruled out, former Army Chief General V.P. Malik said. As India and China remain in wait-and-watch mode with a standoff continuing along the border in Sikkim, retired Army Chief Malik, who was heading the Indian Army when the Kargil conflict took place...

8 days ago
Skirmish can't be ruled out between India, China: Former Army Chief

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) A full-fledged intense war between nuclear armed India and China is unlikely, but chances of a skirmish cannot be ruled out, former Army Chief General V.P. Malik said. As India and China remain in wait-and-watch mode with a standoff continuing along the border in Sikkim, retired Army Chief Malik, who was heading the Indian Army when the Kargil conflict took place...

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