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Letter from Lucknow: Indians steer their own course

Asiatimes 22 Feb 2024
... a group of seniors, one of whom commanded a tank regiment in the 1965 Indo-Pakistani War, about the efforts of foreign powers to induce New Delhi to take their side on certain foreign-policy issues.
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Congress-mukt Bharat to Congress-yukt BJP

Hindustan Times 22 Feb 2024
There is a new guessing game on in Delhi’s power corridors ... In many cases, this can be attributed to vaulting ambition, the “ugta suraj” (rising sun) syndrome of constantly staying on the right side of power.
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X responds to the Indian government’s executive orders

Cryptopolitan 22 Feb 2024
India holds a significant position as a key market for global technology firms, and the country’s amended IT rules provide New Delhi with increased powers to enforce compliance from internet services operating within its borders ... ....
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Self-reliance in defence crucial to winning wars

Hindustan Times 22 Feb 2024
First, Delhi needs to become alive to the new strains in geopolitics — the decisive tilt towards hard power, the steady gravitation of the arc of conflict to the Indo-Pacific, and the significant prospect of a Sino-Indian conflagration.
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India seeks $26 bln of private nuclear power investments

The Daily Herald - St Maarten 21 Feb 2024
This is the first time New Delhi is pursuing private investment in nuclear power, a non-carbon-emitting energy source that contributes less than 2% of India's total electricity generation ... New Delhi ...
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India seeks $26 billion of private nuclear power investments, sources say

Financial Express 21 Feb 2024
This is the first time New Delhi is pursuing private investment in nuclear power, a non-carbon-emitting energy source that contributes less than 2% of India’s total electricity generation.
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"A great power on world stage, important ally in pursuit of peace and security": Greek PM Mitsotakis lauds India

Beijing News 21 Feb 2024
New Delhi [India], February 21 (ANI). Praising India over its assertive global role, Grecian Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday said New Delhi is a great power on the world stage and an important ally in the pursuit of peace and security.
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India invites private firms to develop nuclear plants

GDN Online 21 Feb 2024
This is the first time New Delhi is pursuing private investment in nuclear power, a non-carbon-emitting energy source that contributes less than 2 per cent of India’s total electricity generation.
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PM Modi holds "productive meeting" with Greek counterpart; talks on tech, space take centre stage

Beijing News 21 Feb 2024
New Delhi [India], February 21 (ANI) ... Praising India over its assertive global role, the Greek PM said New Delhi is a great power on the world stage and an important ally in the pursuit of peace and security.
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India seeks $26 billion private nuclear power investments, in talks with 5 firms: Report

Hindustan Times 20 Feb 2024
This is the first time New Delhi is pursuing private investment in nuclear power, a non-carbon-emitting energy source that contributes less than 2% of India's total electricity generation ... New Delhi ...
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Powering Indian industries: Shri Ank Enterprise’s High-Quality Hydraulic Solutions

Hindustan Times 20 Feb 2024
New Delhi (India), February 19 ... “Hydrank” Brand, which is registered trademark of Shri Ank Enterprise Private Limited, serving PAN India with operational bases in Ahmedabad, New Delhi, and Mumbai.

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