A top defence analyst allayed fears that it could compromise the security of the strategically important combat vessels.
Sources said that the day long interaction will conclude with the Prime Minister's speech, while before this, there will be a presentation of the central government's ambitious schemes.
HM Rajnath Singh, holding talks in Jammu and Kashmir, said that an all-party delegation will travel to the state to hold talks on how to end problems in the state.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said that this war needs to end and it needs to end as quickly as possible.
Assange told Fox News that Clinton might be forced to respond to his remarks.
The statement on the India-Afghanistan nexus comes two days after a report saying New Delhi will deliver more arms to Kabul to help it fight militants.
It is learnt that panel will meet on August 28 and the Compliance Report is likely to come up for discussion.
Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo and Welsh Gareth Bale exercised on Thursday in the Real Madrid sports complex before travelling to Monaco.
Barcelona said that Jasper Cillessen flew to Spain on Thursday morning to undergo a medical and would be officially unveiled on Friday.
Sebi had in June last year barred four companies and 250 related entities from the securities market.
With an aim to reduce risk in banking sector, RBI has proposed to limit exposure of a bank to a business group to up to 25% of its capital, down from the existing 55%.
Increasing the borrowing limit is among the proposals for which the airline will be seeking nod at the annual general meeting to be held on Sept 21.
There is every danger of that happening with the leak of sensitive data on the Scorpene submarines being built for the Indian Navy by the French firm DCNS in a $3.9 billion deal.
After the Modi government appointed RN Ravi interlocutor for talks with the NSCN(IM) leadership, the fate of the 18-year-old Naga peace talks no longer hangs in the balance.
The inauguration of Kabul's reconstructed Stor Palace as an Indo-Afghan collaborative project has become the latest event in the relationship.
Sudden spurt in dengue raised concern among authorities.
The ISKCON at East of Kailash celebrated the occasion.
CAG pointed out 'glaring irregularities' in advertisement.
Ex Guv of Bihar, WB and Haryana, A R Kidwai, died Wednesday at Delhi's Escorts Hospital.
'We can offer tech and business models on renewables.'
Trinamool leadership says Tripura is only a part of its national ambitions.
Uma said that Odisha’s interest will be protected.
Protesters demand a demanding a separate Koshal state.
Fighting all odds, 11 yr-old gets a visa to Germany to show off skills.
Modern trends have touched several traditional festivals, at times making them fairly incongruous.
Utsav's dance festival presented a rich offering of various classical dance traditions of India.
Declaring that we now live in the ‘anthropocene’ would reflect the impact of artificial changes to the earth’s climate, chemistry, lifeforms and the rocks of the future.
Now say goodbye to hefty amounts in parlours.
A simple day can be your best day.
Wash your face clean of all the dirt and irritants.
These almost fairy-like insects are precious creatures.
A micro-finance group now plans to extend it footprint across Sikkim.
International travel could well be the norm for Industrial engineers.
Bollywood has just not been able to crack the code of superhero films.
Actor Shatrughan says he is proud of his daughter.
Officials said that the govt has been paying special attention to films as a part of its "cultural diplomacy.
Statesman News Service
Kolkata, 27 January
The state election commission has launched an Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) week today to rectify, on the spot, errors in some cards.
The week which has started today will continue till 2 February.
It was decided that permanent EPIC centres would be set up in each Assembly segment so that voters who want a correction in their EPIC can do it in a day.
Currently if an EPIC correction is needed, then voters have to wait for a month, but now the correction process will be done immediately.
Mr Sunil Gupta, CEO, of the state election commission added that officers have been engaged in those permanent EPIC centres and the voters will be able to correct their EPIC within that day, if his or her name has been enrolled in the voters list.
“If a voter does not have his or her name enrolled in the voters list, then it will take some time,” he added.
Meanwhile, the state Election Commission has decided to provide best electoral practice award to block development officers (BDO) and 11 electoral registration officers. Each award comprises of a memento and cash prize worth Rs 20,000.
The best electoral practice award has already been given to district magistrates and DM, Hooghly, Mrs Manmith Nanda.
The enrolment of the new voters ~ 18-19 years of age ~ have increased substantially. A survey carried out by the state election commission found that from 1.24 per cent new voters it has increased to 3.33 per cent.