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India, South Korea ink seven agreements; vow to expand defence, security cooperationSouth Korea today pledged USD 10 billion for financing infrastructure projects, including smart cities and railways, in India.This came during a summit meeting Prime

India TV News Desk India TV News Desk Updated on: May 18, 2015 21:30 IST
may 18 top five news headlines you can t miss
may 18 top five news headlines you can t miss

India, South Korea ink seven agreements; vow to expand defence, security cooperation

South Korea today pledged USD 10 billion for financing infrastructure projects, including smart cities and railways, in India.This came during a summit meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi held with South Korean President Park Geun-hye.

Hardly any foreign investment into India, Chinese mouthpiece says

Describing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "relentless efforts at major power diplomacy" as the main achievement of his first year in office, a leading Chinese government mouthpiece said on Monday there is, however, little evidence of foreign direct investments coming into India.

Delhi Chief Secretary row: AAP govt seals bureaucrat's office for clearing Shakuntala Gamlin name

Delhi government today sealed the office of Anindo Majumdar, who was removed as Principal Secretary (Services) by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, for clearing the appointment of Shakuntala Gamlin as acting Chief Secretary.

Delhi government is sparring Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung over the appointment of Gamlin and Majumdar has been caught in the crossfire

Manoj Vashistha case: Delhi Police releases encounter video, mystery deepens

The Delhi police on Monday released the video of Manoj Vashistha encounter that had happened in a city restaurant on Saturday.

The hazy video of around 20 second raises more questions than solving the mystery around the case.

Mumbai nurse Aruna Shanbaug, in coma for 42 years after rape, dies at 66

Aruna Shanbaug, the Mumbai nurse who was in coma for 42 years has passed away.

Former King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital nurse Aruna Shanbaug, 66, had been in a vegetative state after she was sexually assaulted by a hospital sweeper on November 27, 1973.

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