NEW DELHI - India and Japan, both major energy fuel importers, are mulling joining forces while bidding for potential tenders for liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies with an eye to beating down the high prices. Both the countries will work out a strategy in the next three months, Petroleum and natural gas secretary Vivek Rae told reporters on sidelines of the 8th Asia Gas Partnership Summit ...
Tamil Nadu Governor K. Rosaiah hosted a lunch for the Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at Raj Bhawan here, as their six-day India visit came to an end on Thursday. The event was attended by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. The Governor presented a commemorative stamp album to the Japanese royal couple. Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko later visited the Guindy ...
Pakistani nationals, who arrived in India on Thursday to attend an event here, said that if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has allegedly made a statement on Kashmir being a flashpoint for a possible war against India, it would harm bilateral ties. Mohammad Akram said: "We have been given such a warm welcome, there should not be such statements from any level. Such statements only vitiate the ...
Influential women Leaders from Bay Area will be in India starting tomorrow to lead an initiative for Indian women empowerment in the corporate world as part of 2013 US-Indo IT Entrepreneurship and Women Empowerment Delegation to India. This is the first time the Bay Area Council will be taking a business delegation to India. San Francisco Mayor, Edwin M Lee is heading the delegation in ...
Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson, Syed Akbaruddin on Thursday said on the death of merchant navy Captain Sunil James in Togo is unfortunate and that the government is trying their best to get his body back for final rites. "We have been following this unfortunate case of Captain Sunil James since he was arrested a few months ago, and it has taken a very sad turn. Our high ...
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With the resurgence in teen comedies in the late 1990s (Can't Hardly Wait, She's All That, Never Been Kissed), it was only a matter of time before someone broke from the pseudo-John Hughes mold and took the Porky's route by making an unabashedly R-rated, sex-obsessed teen comedy. Well, if anyone had been waiting, the wait ended with the arrival of American Pie, ... ...
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Communist Party of India (CPI) leader Subhashini Ali said it was extremely wrong to propose Communal Violence Bill to please a particular section of society for political gain. "If we want communal violence to stop, we have to device ways to make this bill better but, we shouldn't do it just to please a particular section of the society. That is extremely wrong," she said. Furthermore, she ...
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Thursday ridiculed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial aspirant Narendra Modi, stating that those who have no knowledge about the state or Article 370 are making public statements. Referring to Modi's 'Lalkar' rally on Sunday, where he demanded a public debate on Article 370 that accords a special status to the state of Jammu and ...
Indian High Commissioner Dr T C A Raghavan has said the trade turnover between Islamabad and New Delhi has improved substantially to 2.5 billion dollars, and it is expected that Pakistani exports to India will enhance to 500 million dollars. Raghavan said that the opening of Khokhrapar-Monabao passenger train service has paved way for lots of opportunities for both countries to look forward ...
Former Pakistani foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said it would be in Islamabad's interest to solve the Mumbai attacks case, saying that she also disagrees with banned outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, who masterminded the attacks. Rabbani said India and Pakistan should shed their 'old baggage' of historical mistakes for resumption of Indo-Pak peace dialogue process, the ...
A Mumbai court on Thursday ordered a fresh trial of the 2002 hit-and-run case involving Bollywood actor Salman Khan. After Salman had requested the court that the earlier evidence presented in the case be disregarded, the The court said all evidence and witnesses will be re-examined when the hearing of the case begins from December 24. Earlier, a court had ordered that Khan be tried for ...
Pakistan has urged India to pull out its troops from the Siachen Glacier, saying that their presence is a serious threat to the environment. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's advisor on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said the glacier is the largest source of water for Pakistan, which been facing a water crisis for a long time, and blamed Indian forces for disposing items of daily ...
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday said that India needs to develop strong domestic manufacturing base in electronics and telecommunications Inaugurating the 'India Telecom 2013', here, Dr. Singh said: "I would also like to take today's opportunity to repeat a point that I made last year. India needs to develop a strong domestic manufacturing base in electronics and telecommunications. ...
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark Sensex soared to over 400 points in early morning trade on Thursday, and regained the 21,000 level in the wake of several exit polls predicting a Bharatiya Janata Party win in four of the five states that recently held assembly elections. The states that went to polls were Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram and Rajasthan. Polls were held ...
Proteas captain, AB de Villiers is confident that his team has the skill to counter India's hitters in the ODI series in Wanderers starting on Thursday. De Villiers said that Indian players will face a different challenge in South African conditions despite being ranked the best in a couple of high-scoring series against Australia and the West Indies at home. The captain said that the strength ...
Nusa Dua (Indonesia) (AFP) - India on Thursday faced mounting pressure to compromise in a global impasse over food security that has cast the future of the World Trade Organisation into doubt.New Delhi's insistence that it be allowed to stockpile and subsidise grain for its millions of hungry poor has emerged as a major stumbling block at a WTO conference of trade ministers in Bali.The WTO ...
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Tamil Nadu Governor K. Rosaiah hosted a lunch for the Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko at Raj Bhawan here, as their six-day India visit came to an end on Thursday.
The event was attended by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa.
The Governor presented a commemorative stamp album to the Japanese royal couple.
Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko later visited the Guindy National Park at Adyar here.
The visit is aimed at strengthening bilateral ties further and discussing strategic relationships between the two nations.
The royal couple is scheduled to return to Tokyo today evening. (ANI)
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