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CCS likely to discuss Uri attack on Wednesday

The Cabinet Committee on Security is likely to discuss the attack in uri on Wednesday, informed sources said.

Antrix-Devas deal: India to appeal against Hague tribunal's verdict

India will appeal against the verdict of the Hague tribunal in Antrix-Devas deal case, in which the international court had declared the annulling of the contract as "unfair" and "inequitable" and asked it to pay huge amount as compensation.

CCS Rules do not recognise unions based on caste, tribe, religion: Govt

 The central civil service rules do not allow recognition of separate associations and unions on the basis of any caste, tribe or religious dominations, Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Government concludes contract negotiations for Apache, Chinook choppers

The Indian government has concluded contract negotiations with US aerospace major Boeing for procuring 22 Apache AH-64E combat and 15 Chinook CH-47F heavy-lift helicopters.

CCS to clear FDI proposals in Railway beyond 49% in sensitive area

Sources said that the Home Ministry had raised concerns with regard to rail infrastructure in border areas.

Controversial technologies may be needed to control climate change: Study

Technology can not only improve lives, it can also present us with numerous possibilities when it comes to dealing with climate issues.

CCS to take call on appointment of permanent chairman of COSC

The government will consider a proposal for the appointment of a four-star officer as the permanent chairman of Chiefs of Staffs Committee who would be looking after the joint issues of the three armed forces.

CCS may take up plan to hand over Myanmar border to BSF

The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) is expected to take up tomorrow the proposal of handing over security duties of the Myanmar border to BSF replacing Assam Rifles.

CCS asks DRDO to accelerate military projects

The Government on Thursday asked the premier research agency DRDO to accelerate the work on its major military development programmes.

CCS clears proposal for Karwar naval base expansion

The government on Thursday cleared proposals worth over Rs 13,000 crore for a major expansion of the strategic Naval air base at Karwar.

CCS clears 10,000 Russian anti-tank missiles for Army

The CCS cleared the proposal to acquire Russian-origin 10,000 Konkurs-M anti-tank guided missiles for the Mechanised Infantry and Infantry battalions of the Army, sources said here.

Kashmir interlocutors report to be made public: PC

Union Home Minister P Chidambaram said report of the interlocutors on Kashmir would "see the light" early in new financial year before the CCS.

CCS nod to counter-terror body soon: PC

A nodal agency to counter terrorism
with representation from security and intelligence agencies
will get the Cabinet nod this month, Home Minister P
Chidambaram said on Tuesday.

CCS discusses India-Pak Home Secy talks agenda

The Cabinet Committee on Security
(CCS) on Thursday cleared the agenda of talks to be discussed with
Pakistan at the Home Secretary-level talks between the two
countries here next week.

CCS likely to clear biggest Indo-US defence deal by month-end

The biggest Indo-US defence deal
worth USD 4.1 billion is expected to be cleared by the Cabinet
Committee on Security by the end of this month.

CCS meets, discusses deployment of Akash missile

The Cabinet Committee on
Security (CCS) on Thursday is understood to have discussed the
induction of the indigenously-produced and developed Akash
surface to air missile defence system into the Indian Army.

Centre scraps ISRO-Devas deal

The ISRO-Devas deal is estimated to have caused a loss of Rs two lakh crore to the exchequer.

AFSPA amendments likely in next CCS meeting

Notwithstanding the opposition from
the Army and the Defence Ministry, the amendments to the
controversial AFSPA, aimed at making
it "more humane", are likely to be placed soon before the
highest govt body on security.

Govt`s 8-point plan to defuse Kashmir crisis

Govt would release all detained youth in J&K, de-scale barricades and check points, besides reviewing the Disturbed Area Act.

CCS likely to meet Wednesday after all-party meet on J&K

The Cabinet Committee on Security
is likely to meet again o Tuesday after the all-party meeting
on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and the controversial
Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act.