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    China agrees to India’s demand to open additional route for Kailash Mansarovar yatra


    By Ashok Tuteja Beijing, Feb 1 (UNI) China today fulfilled its long-standing promise to India to allow an additional route for Indian pilgrims to Kailash-Mansarovar in Tibet through Sikkim.

       The two sides exchanged notes on modalities for additional route at the bilateral talks between External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi.

    : 01/02/2015 | : 9:34 PM |



         

    India-China to consider out of box options on border dispute Modi to visit Beijing in May


    By Ashok Tuteja Beijing, Feb 1 (UNI) In a major breakthrough, India and China today firmly resolved to consider 'out of the box' options for the long-standing boundary dispute, even as New Delhi announced that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would visit Beijing in May, to give an impetus to the bilateral ties.

       External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, here on a four-day visit to lay the groundwork for Mr Modi's visit, met top Chinese leaders, including Foreign Minister Wang Yi, to review the progress in ties between the two countries since the installation of the NDA regime in New Delhi in May last year.

    : 01/02/2015 | : 8:44 PM |



         

    Modi says running a government is a big responsibility


    New Delhi, Feb 1 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today promised development to residents in the national capital, stressing that running a government was a big responsibility and Delhi needed a responsible government.

       In an attack on BJP's main rival Aam Admi Party, Mr Modi told the gathering at Dwarka ahead of the assembly polls on February 7 that Delhi had given him a lot and now he wanted an opportunity to serve the people of the capital as he too had become a Delhiite.

    : 01/02/2015 | : 4:52 PM |



         

    Kejriwal asks if inflation down, then why prices are up?


    New Delhi, Feb 1 (UNI) Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal today questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi's claims to have tamed inflation, asking the public whether prices had indeed come down or shot up instead.

       Addressing a party rally at Shastri Nagar as part of the AAP's ongoing election campaign in the capital, the former chief minister stated that when crude oil prices had halved in the past six months, then why had not petrol prices fallen?

    : 01/02/2015 | : 7:42 PM |



         

    India presses UN to evolve new doctrine for peace keeping missions


    New Delhi, Feb 1 (UNI) India has asked United Nations to evolve just and fair doctrine for its peace missions across the world to explicitly chalk out the role and responsibilities of nations contributing troops.

        India has been traditionally amongst the largest contributors to peacekeeping operations. Currently more than 8,000 Indian peacekeepers including troops, officers, observers, police personnel combined were deployed in 10 of the 16 United Nations peacekeeping operations.

    : 01/02/2015 | : 9:05 AM |



         

    PM lauds Leander on mixed doubles win in Australian Open


    New Delhi, Feb 1 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today congratulated tennis player Leander Paes on his mixed doubles win at Australian Open.

       ''Leander Paes continues to make us proud! I congratulate him on the Mixed Doubles win with Martina Hingis at the Australian Open,'' the Prime Minister said. UNI SD AE 1431

    : 01/02/2015 | : 2:29 PM |








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