LEMOA or Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Agreement is another name for Logistics Support Agreement (LSA), an agreement the US has with many of its allies.
Curation of a 50-paragraph Joint Statement issued by India and the United States, its key points, and how they compare with what the two countries said on the same issues when President Barack Obama visited India in January 2015.
The United States has just handed over 200 stolen artefacts, but India has been losing antique items far more frequently than it has got them back, reports Indian Express.
Data show Delhi and UP accounted for over 43% of recovered and seized fake currency notes in 2015. FICN with face value of Rs 70 cr enter the economy every year; only a third is intercepted.
60% Indians listed as ‘non-workers’ in Census data, marking a marginal improvement since 2001.
The Akhilesh Yadav government does not wish to seem too restrictive in its measures for fear of a backlash.
On May 31, 130 tonnes of anti-tank mines blew up at the Army’s ammunition depot at Pulgaon near Wardha, killing 19 people including two Army officers.
Last week’s revelations about a kidney racket in Delhi showed that clean-ups were unlikely to work while the market for out-of-turn allotments remained alive. Indian Express looks at the rules of kidney transplant, and how and why they are repeatedly subverted.
Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh continue to lag behind the rest of the country in income and growth. Despite the success of these states on a few important fronts, where you live still determines how well you live.
The bleaching, which began in 2014 and is likely to last through 2016, will impact over a third of the world’s corals, and kill 12,000 sq km of reefs.
This weekend, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the Salma Dam, the largest of the development projects India initiated after the new Afghan republic was born, the unprecedented street celebrations in Herat will hide a grim reality.
Indian Express curates the headline points of five Indian prime ministerial speeches to US Congressmen and Congresswomen, annotating them with the context in which they were delivered.
In the light of verdicts delivered in the Naroda Patia and Sabarmati Express carnage cases by special courts set up on the directions of the SC, this verdict does not seem to add up.
As early as 2002, the first expert group made the point that it was important to ensure that the competition legislation does not become anti-competitive.
Is it because they don’t want to work hard? Or are UGC’s demands unrealistic? What happens to DU students whose teachers are boycotting evaluations?
Had Preeti Mahapatra not entered in the fray, Sibal would have been certain of a Rajya Sabha seat.
At a meeting in early December last year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said that he thought persons with disability should be renamed as people who are “divyang”, or possessed with divinity. He repeated the divyang thought in his radio address on December 27, and the Railway Budget this year became the first official document […]
A planned dam on one of Kerala’s most beautiful rivers has made multiple trips to the court and MoEF over the last 25 years. Now, days into the new LDF govt, it has divided communist partners CPM and CPI.
Oli faces multiple barbs.
While the BJP is looking towards Manipur after successfully pulling of a victory in Assam, Banerjee hopes that with a win in Tripura she will also be able to expand her party's base in the region.