WONDER MANUSCRIPT, left behind for the edification of Mankind by the venerable mystic ANEKAL SUBRAAYA SASTRI whose occult powers visualised this much from the “VYMAANIKA SHAASTRA” section of the giant “ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF MACHINES” or “YANTRA SARVASVA” of divine sage MAHARSHI BHARADWAAJA
India on Friday went hammer and tongs at Pakistan for its policy of sponsoring terrorism and said the country has now become “Terroristan”, or a land of “pure terror”.
The government is considering a plan to loosen the fiscal deficit target so that it could spend an additional 500 billion rupees ($7.7 billion) in the financial year ending in March 2018, two government sources told Reuters on Thursday.
India will now soon commission its first new conventional submarine in over 17 years, with the first Scorpene submarine INS Kalvari being delivered to the Navy by Mazagon Docks on Thursday. The second one INS Khanderi is slated for delivery by December.
Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj urged the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation to strengthen coordination against terrorism and build an anti-terror framework within the eight-country bloc.
Coming down heavily on human rights defenders batting for Rohingya Muslims, including the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), home minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said the Rohingya were not refugees but illegal immigrants and reiterated that they would be deported.
Pakistan raises objection with US over greater role for India in Afghanistan. Pakistan’s prime minister, on the sidelines of the UNGA, expressed his concern with Mike Pence over the role Donald Trump advocated for India in his Afghan policy
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said leaders like Narendra Modi and Donald Trump are being elected all over the world as people are in pain due to unemployment.
Made in India defence systems showcased in London. Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) showcased defence products at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) 2017 Exhibition at London in UK between September 12 and 15.
He may have hosted over a hundred of world leaders to Israel this year but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu feels the visits by the US President Donald Trump and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi were “truly historic”.