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Young clerics to dispel misgivings about Islam

Young clerics to dispel misgivings about Islam
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VIF has no association with Ved Pratap Vaidik

Vivekananda International Foundation, a think-tank, today rubbished reports linking it with Ved Prakash Vaidik whose meeting with 26/11 mastermind Hafeez Saeed in Pakistan triggered a row.

"For the last two days, there have been various...

VIF denies link with Vaidik

New Delhi: Vivekananda International Foundation, a think-tank, today rubbished reports linking it with Ved Prakash Vaidik whose meeting with 26/11 mastermind Hafeez Saeed in Pakistan triggered a row.

“For the last two days, there have been...

Govt should buy Indian military hardware: Ex-Army chief

New Delhi: Former Army chief Gen Shankar Roychowdhury today emphasised on the need for developing indigenous technologies for achieving self reliance in the defence sector and urged the government to procure military hardware from Indian sources...

Government should buy Indian military hardware: Former Army chief Gen Shankar Roychowdhury

NEW DELHI: Former Army chief Gen Shankar Roychowdhury today emphasised on the need for developing indigenous technologies for achieving self reliance in the defence sector and urged the government to procure military hardware from Indian sources...

Raise private sector participation in defence technology development

A policy framework is required to enable participation of the private sector in defence technology development and transparency should be maintained through online tendering, defence experts said Friday.

"Policy framework is required to...

No need for concern over growing ties with Pakistan, Afghanistan tells India

NEW DELHI: Expressing surprise over India’s concerns over strengthening Pak-Afghan ties, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah said he expects India to ‘stay the course’ and be sure that nothing will shake the foundations...

Abdullah asks India to ‘stay the course’

Amid discomfort in India over the rapprochement by the new government in Afghanistan with Pakistan, Kabul on Saturday expressed “surprise” at the level of apprehension in India in this regard and reassured New Delhi, asking it India to “stay the...

No need for concern, stay the course: Afghanistan to India

NEW DELHI: Seeking to allay concerns here over its growing ties with Pakistan, a "surprised" Afghanistan today asked India to "stay the course" and to ignore what is happening on the periphery.

The war-torn country praised India for being...

'Indo-US ties in transition mode, conceptual problems still exist'

New Delhi: Noting that Indo-US ties are in a "transition mode", Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar Monday said there is a "conceptual problem" that has to be overcome as he emphasized the need to move away from the post-World War II political order...