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Pact ready for seamless transit of vehicles in 4 SAARC countries

The agreement draft of the BBIN motor vehicle agreement has provisions to enable more SAARC nations to join this framework, official said.

Mars mission remarkable, but not true innovation, says scientist

He claimed that focus of our culture has been on self realisation and not on worldly knowledge as propagated in Upanishads and Gita.

Pak set to delay motor vehicles pact

Pakistan has not been comfortable with the idea of India’s overland transit to Afghanistan.

Delegates from 6 SAARC nations to witness counting process

With members keen to understand the process, the ECI decided to showcase it in the state.

Rajnath Singh to attend SAARC Home Ministers’ meet in Nepal

Singh will be accompanied by Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami and several other senior officers of Home Ministry.

PM Narendra Modi asks neighbouring countries to jointly work to end poverty

“India will extend full cooperation to SAARC and also seek the same from it to wage war against poverty,” Modi said.

Need to be world’s launchpad, plan for SAARC satellite: PM

The PM, who was on a two-day visit to space facilities at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, witnessed the successful launch of five foreign satellites.

India’s envoys in neighbouring countries to meet today, Sushma to head conclave

Swaraj will take stock of the current state of play in India’s relations with each of the neighbouring countries and set down new priorities and approach.

To boost SAARC ties, Mamata clears two highway projects

The total cost of the project will be Rs 1,434 crore and will be funded by the Asian Development Bank.

Rashtrapati Bhavan all set for Modi’s swearing-in

This is the first time that such a large gathering will be held at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Rashid Alvi backs Modi’s decision to invite SAARC leaders

The Congress leader said that the PM-designate should be very careful as the people of India do not want another Kargil.

Amidst Telangana bill in Lok Sabha, Khurshid suspends visit to Maldives

Khurshid, who was to leave Tuesday for Male to attend the meet on Thursday.

National youth fest kicks off at PAU

The tight budget and winter chills have somewhat dampened the spirit of the fest this year.

In first year,South Asian University gets 1,000 applications for PhD

In its first year of announcing doctoral programmes,the South Asian University (SAU) in the capital has received more than 1,000 applications for the 40 seats on offer for all SAARC countries.

Alerts trigger requests for NSG sky marshals on Gulf flights

NSG seeks govt nod to train marshals with elite French unit.