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India gets NSG waiver

10. September 2008

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India finally grabbed the NSG waiver enabling her to carry out nuclear trade with the NSG member countries. The waiver will enable India to get nuclear material and latest nuclear technologies. This remarkable event marks the end of nuclear isolation India was facing on international front . International community imposed nuclear (trade) sanctions on India […]

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Abhinav Bindra wins gold at Beijing olympics

11. August 2008

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Indian shooter Abhinav Bindra shot his way to glory today. He won the first ever individual gold medal for India.He won gold in the 10m air rifle event. China’s Qinan Zhu won silver and Finland’s Henri Hakkinen won bronze.Finland’s Henri Hakkinen hit a dismal 9.7 in the last shot and dropped to third place. Bindra […]

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Shame:Indian politics brought to a new low

23. July 2008

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SHAME SHAME SHAME on our political leaders [poll=8] The stage was set. MP’s were giving their speeches on the confidence motion moved by the PM Dr. Manmohan Singh after Left paties withdrew their support on the issue of Indo-US nuclear deal. Suddenly, out of no where, three BJP MP’s, Ashok Argal, MP from Morena, Faggan […]

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India tests Agni III

7. May 2008

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India on Wednesday test fired the spearhead of its missile programme, Agni III, a nuclear capable Intermediate Range Ballistic missile(IRBM) that can strike upto 3500kms.The missile was fired from Wheeler Island off Orissa coast at 9.56am. It was the third successful test of the missile which is expected to be given to army by 2009.It […]

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Food crises because of India, China: Bush

4. May 2008

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So the whole world is facing a food crisis,roaring inflation in food products and guess who is to blame? Its India and China!!! Surprised? Don’t be. Because ts none other than my favorite Mr Right (sarcasm) hon’ president GWB who is claiming that better diets in India and China have drived the global food crises. […]

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