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Navy to develop INS Dega to augment civil and military ops

Navy will acquire more land to create better infrastructure at INS Dega, a Naval air station here, to allow more aircrafts with civil and military purposes to operate on the eastern seaboard, a senior navy official said on Thursday.

Indo-US relations have reached new level with Modi's US visit: Richard Verma

Indo-US relations have reached a new level with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the USA, America's Ambassador to India Richard Verma said on Wednesday.

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Colombia drop Radamel Falcao, Juan Cuadrado for Peru friendly in USA
Colombia drop Radamel Falcao, Juan Cuadrado for Peru friendly in USA

Coach Jose Pekerman has dropped Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao and Juventus midfielder Juan Cuadrado as he looks to breathe new life into Colombia’s team for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.

World Athletics Championships: Jamaica storms to men's, women`s 4x100m world titles
World Athletics Championships: Jamaica storms to men's, women`s 4x100m world titles

Double Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce anchored Jamaica to their second successive world title in the women`s 4x100 metres on Saturday.

Kochi hospital brings open fetal surgery to India

Kochi-based Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre has unveiled a centre for open fetal surgery - the first in Asia for treating complex and rare fetal conditions.

India declared maternal and neonatal tetanus free: Modi

The WHO has declared that mothers and newborns are free from tetanus at the time of birth in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Thursday.

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India, US to enhance cyber security cooperation
India, US to enhance cyber security cooperation

India and the US have committed to robust cooperation on cyber issues to increase global cyber security and promote the digital economy.

Two Indian-Americans honoured with health innovator fellowship

Two Indian Americans are among 20 healthcare leaders named for participation in the inaugural class of a US fellowship programme aimed at transforming the healthcare system.

Katie Ledecky on course to claim fifth worlds gold
Katie Ledecky on course to claim fifth worlds gold

Katie Ledecky of the United States remains on course to win a fifth gold in Kazan, while a 10-year-old from Bahrain made history on Friday at the world swimming championships.

Major League Soccer's tryst with Europe's ageing elite has been a starry affair

Europe's elite footballers in their twilight have found a fashionable cushion to rest on and enjoy the sound benefit of materialism.

Tyler Clary slams US media for Kazan negativity
Tyler Clary slams US media for Kazan negativity

The USA are having a disappointing world swimming championships by their own high standards and Olympic backstroke champion Tyler Clary slammed the American media on Thursday for some negative coverage.

World Championships: Ryan Lochte dominates medley heats after freestyle flop
World Championships: Ryan Lochte dominates medley heats after freestyle flop

Ryan Lochte of the United States was back to his best when he started the defence of his men`s 200 metres individual medley title in commanding fashion on day four of the world championships on Wednesday.

Relay record falls twice at world champs

The United States of America broke the mixed 4x100m medley relay world record on Wednesday at the world swimming championships, just moments after the Russian team had lowered the mark.

`Veterans` Katie Ledecky, Missy Franklin lead US charge
`Veterans` Katie Ledecky, Missy Franklin lead US charge

Neither has yet turned 21, yet Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky are the `veterans` spearheading the USA`s quest for world championship gold medals when the swimming section starts on Sunday.

US with plenty to prove in World Championships pool
US with plenty to prove in World Championships pool

Vulnerable, or perfectly primed to destroy the opposition -- that`s the tantalizing question surrounding the US team headed to Russia for the 2015 swimming World Championships.

Jurgen Klinsmann vows US will learn from Panama loss
Jurgen Klinsmann vows US will learn from Panama loss

Jurgen Klinsmann still isn`t sure how his US team that beat the Dutch and Germans last month wound up fourth in the Gold Cup after two embarrassing defeats.

US President Barack Obama begins landmark Kenya visit

US President Barack Obama arrived in Kenya late Friday, his first visit to the country of his father`s birth since his election as president.