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India and Italy ink MoU for enhanced cooperation in the health sector

India and Italy have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for enhanced cooperation in health sector. The objective of MoU is to establish comprehensive inter-ministerial and inter-institutional cooperation between two countries in the field of health by pooling scientific, technical, financial and human resources. Its ultimate goal is to upgrade quality and reach of human, material Read More…

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India, Italy sign six pacts and to enhance counter-terror cooperation

India and Italy have signed six agreements to boost cooperation in the fields of railways safety, energy and promoting mutual investments, among others They were signed after detailed talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Italian counterpart Paolo Gentiloni. He is first prime ministerial trip from Italy to visit India in more than a Read More…

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Railway Ministry, Italy’s FS group sign MOU for technical cooperation

The Union Ministry of Railways and Italy’s public sector rail company Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane Group (FS Group) has signed MoU for technical cooperation in rail sector especially in the area of safety and modernisation. The MoU comes in the backdrop of emphasis given Railway Ministry on safety in railway operation. The Railway Board has Read More…

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Italian envoy can’t claim immunity: CJI

A Bench of Chief Justice Altamas Kabir and Justices Anil R. Dave and Ms. Ranjana Desai has clarifies to Italian envoy Daniele Mancini that a person who came to the court as a petitioner could not claim any immunity. The Apex court has extended its direction until further orders restraining the envoy from leaving the Read More…

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Special court to try Italian guards accused of killing Kerala fishermen

Regarding the case of shooting of Indian fishermen by Italian naval guards, the apex court has ruled that Kerala government or police have no jurisdiction to deal with the case. The court called the incident a federal crime and hence only the central government can have jurisdiction to deal with the case. The guards had Read More…

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