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28 May, 2016 8:21 PM Accused Italian Marine Returns Home From India

Rome, Italy: An Italian marine accused of killing two fishermen in India returned home Saturday pending a ruling on where he should be tried in a long-running case that has soured ties between the two countries. Salvatore Girone touched down in Rome after four years in India, where he was being held pending the resolution of a dispute between New Delhi 353

28 April, 2016 9:38 PM IRNSS Launch: PM Modi Names New Navigation System As 'NAVIC'

New Delhi: Hailing the successful launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1G, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday named the new system as 'NAVIC' (boatman) as he dedicated it to the people of the country and said SAARC countries can also take advantage of its services. PM Modi gave the expanded form of 'NAVIC' as 'Navigation with Indian Constellation' 194

28 April, 2016 5:43 PM IRNSS launch: PM names new navigation system 'NAVIC'

Hailing the successful launch of navigation satellite IRNSS-1G, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday named the new system as 'NAVIC' (boatman) as he dedicated it to the people of the country and said SAARC countries can also take advantage of its services. Modi gave the expanded form of 'NAVIC' as 'Navigation with Indian Constellation'. He showered 190

28 April, 2016 12:38 PM IRNSS Is Now Navic: India's Navigation System Gets a Simpler Name

India on Thursday took the final step towards completing its own satellite navigation system, a development heralded by the Indian Prime Minister as making the nation self-reliant in the field of space-based positioning. PM Narendra Modi also christened the navigation system 'Navic', which in Hindi means fisherman. The name is also supposed to be a contraction 235

5 April, 2016 12:17 AM Murder accused nabbed after three years

A man wanted in a murder case had been nabbed by Kanyakumari police in Mumbai, police sources said. According to police, a fisherman Sagayam of Chinnamuttom was murdered by a gang of six people in 2013. Muttom police arrested the six persons and remanded them in judicial custody. Of the six accused, Selvan alias Antony Selvam (34) who was released on bail, went underground 181

26 March, 2016 11:01 AM One country, many nationalisms

In the wake of an increasingly shrill demand for demonstrative ‘nationalism’, the country has ranged itself on two distinct sides, each taking upon itself the onus of defining and laying down just what nationalism is, which anthems are more or less devoted, which symbols more significant, and which citizens can be awarded certificates as good, bad or middling 237

17 March, 2016 12:30 AM “Kumari fisherman shot at by Iranian Coast Guard”

M. Anthony Raj (41) of Kadiapattinam coastal village in Kanyakumari district was injured in shooting by the Iranian Coast Guard while fishing along with three other fishermen from his village for their Saudi-based employer near Abu Musa island on February 7, said P. Justin Antony, founder-president, International Fishermen Development Trust (INFIDET) 252

2 March, 2016 2:16 AM Filipino fishermen say China blocking access to South China Sea atoll: Report

Manila: China has stationed up to five ships around a disputed atoll in the South China Sea, preventing Filipino fishermen from accessing traditional fishing grounds, media in the Philippines reported on Wednesday. The Philippine Star newspaper, quoting an unnamed Filipino fishing operator, said China began deploying ships to Quirino Atoll, also known 178

25 February, 2016 7:38 AM Low on fizz, but Indian Railways may just be beginning to build some steam

But there is enough to suggest the bumbling Indian train may just start to accelerate. Facing an uncertain economy that generally manifests itself in lower freight earnings, the major chunk of revenue, and higher expenses thanks to the 7th pay commission, the minister still managed to eke out a record Rs 1,21,000 crore for investment in the ensuing fiscal 178

22 February, 2016 6:10 AM Exclusive: Ringing Bells president promises to deliver 5 million Freedom 251 units by June 30

A few months old Noida-based smartphone brand Ringing Bells became an overnight sensation across the world after it launched the Freedom 251 for just Rs 251 (less than $4). However, the euphoria around the world's cheapest smartphone -- Freedom 251 -- was short lived, as reports that said the review units of phone sent to select media houses were not the actual 61