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  • China's tough stand on NSG membership

    China, Jan 17: China has said admission of non-NPT signatories in NSG cannot be a farewell gift for countries to give to each other. A day after the outgoing Obama administration asserted that Beijing was an "outlier" in the efforts to make India a member of the elite nuclear club. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hua Chunying said this in a media briefing in Beijing, reacting to remarks by US Assistant Secretary...

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  • PM Modi to inaugurate second Raisina Dialogue

    New Delhi, Jan 17: The 2nd Edition of Raisina Dialogue is all set to take place in New Delhi from 17-19 January, 2017. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will deliver the Inaugural Address at the 2nd Raisina Dialogue at Taj Palace in New Delhi on 17 January, 2017. The theme of the dialogue, this year, is 'The New Normal-Multilateralism with Multi-Polarity'. The Prime Minister's address will be attended by former Heads of State and governments, foreign ministers and senior ministers from a number of countries and prominent foreign policy thinkers from around the world. The Dialogue is India's flagship Geo-political conference which is held annually. The dialogue is styled on the Shangri La Dialogue held annually in Singapore. And within a short span the it meet has emerged as a much awaited global conference in the international calendar. The dialogue takes place in the back drop of Trump taking charge as US president by end of weekend and other global issues threat of terrorism. The second edition will feature participation from about 65 countries and more than 250 foreign participants.

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  • Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit: India, Rwanda to enter solar alliance

    Gujrat, Jan 11: Prime Minister holds bilateral meetings with more than 10 global leaders on the sidelines of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit; PM meets President of Rwanda, Both countries sign agreement on Forensic Sciences Co-operation and Rwanda's accession to the International Solar Alliance. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 8th Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit on Tuesday, but before that...

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  • Post demonetisation,World Bank drops India's growth rate to 7 %

    New Delhi, Jan 12: The World Bank has decelerated India's growth for 2016-17 fiscal to 7 per cent from its previous estimate of 7.6 percent. In its latest report, the World Bank said, immediate withdrawal of a large volume of currency in circulation and subsequent replacement with new notes in November contributed to slowing growth. It said, the country would regain momentum in the following years with 7.6 and 7.8 per cent growth. The Bank said, various reform initiatives are expected to unlock domestic supply bottlenecks and raise productivity...

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  • Amitabh Bachchan honoured by US Embassy for TB awareness

    New Delhi, Jan 11: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has been honoured by the US Embassy to acknowledge his immense contribution to the India-US ties on tuberculosis. The award was presented on January 8 by US Ambassador to India Richard R Verma to the 74-year-old actor, who himself is a TB survivor and brand ambassador for the cause. Bachchan took to his blog to share the pictures from the event. After receiving the award, Bachchan went live on Facebook with Verma...

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  • FIFA WC to expand from 32 to 48 teams in 2026

    Switzerland, Jan 11: FIFA council unanimously votes to expand the soccer world cup from 32 to 48 teams; new schedule to be implemented from 2026 World Cup. The FIFA council has unanimously decided that the football World Cup will be expanded to host 48 teams, up from 32. An initial stage of 16 groups of 3 teams will precede a knockout stage for the remaining 32 when the change is made for the 2026 tournament. The sport's world governing body voted through the change at a meeting in Zurich...

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