US Hopes To Work Jointly With India On Global Peace, Safety & Economic System – Richard Boucher

Richard BoucherWashington: The United States on Wednesday told that it desires to work jointly with India in arenas of international peacekeeping operation, regional foreign plan, safety and financial system.

The Bush government stated that it is rather responsive to what the demands of India are in pioneering technologies and remains much focused on what has to be done.

India To Hold Nuclear Discussions With IAEA In October

According to the news reports, India is likely to hold discussions with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for precautions relating to its nuclear agreement with the United States.
The sources said that the Indian administration would like to hold talks with IAEA after the middle of October.

India-specific safeguards are crucial for the operationalization of the nuclear deal and New Delhi is required to hold negotiations with the IAEA by the middle of next month if it is to get the agreement cleared by early next year.

AIIMS Convocation Postponed To October 25

New Delhi: According to Health Ministry sources, the AIIMS convocation in which the medical students were to be granted degree certificates has been delayed to October.

Now, the students were to be honored their degree certificates by Union Health Minister, Anbumani Ramadoss, on September 25.

The sourced stated, “The Minister has prior appointment on September 25 and the date of convocation was fixed without his consent.”

J&K Is An Integral Part Of India -- Govt To Tell Pak

Mumbai/Delhi: Pakistan on Monday formally dissented to India decision to open Siachen glacier and Saltoro ridge to trekkers.

“Power Will Be Made Available To All In The Country By 2012” – The Union Power Minister

Deepanjalinagar (Visakhapatnam DT.) – The Union Power Minister, Sushil Kumar Shinde, who was here to lay the foundation for stage II of NTPC Simhadri Super Thermal Power Project involving an investment of Rs.5,038 crore, on Sunday promised that ‘power will be made available to all in the country by 2012’.

India donates Bangladesh 10 million dollars for flood relief

Dhaka, Sept 16: The Indian government today donated Bangladesh flood assistance worth about 10 million US dollars.

The Indian High Commissioner in Dhaka, Pinak Ranjan Chakraborty, formally handed over the cheque to Bangladesh's foreign affairs adviser, Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury, here.

This donation would be used for flood relief and post-flood rehabilitation.

The Indian government earlier in June offered the assistance when rain-triggered mudslides killed at least 125 people in the country's south-eastern Chittagong city.