(Current Affairs) Science & Technology, Defence, Environment | October 2010

Science & Technology, Defence, Environment : October 2010

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  • A boost to coastal security
  • CIA chief meets Chidambaram
  • Climate deal unlikely at Cancun
  • INO project headquarters to be set up in Madurai
  • Centre has overreached court on Polavaram project: Orissa
  • Experts call for comprehensive global cancer control mechanism
  • India watching developments in neighbouring countries”
  • Fast Breeder Test Reactor to turn 25
  • India on the threshold of exporting n-reactors'
  • Climate finance, key issue
  • India, Russia closer to mega defence deals
  • Situation in region volcanic: IAF Chief
  • Indian Naval ships in Sri Lanka
  • Guardian of the sea' is here to take care of pollution
  • SEA CHANGE:Coast Guard vessel Samudra Prahari seen in Mumbai on Saturday.
  • Saraswat: DRDO working on India's own computer operating system
  • Agni-II Plus to be launched in 2011: DRDO
  • Reject protectionism in climate talks: Jairam Ramesh
  • Evaluation of Western Ghats to begin this week
  • We won't compromise on three-stage nuclear power programme: Chavan
  • Chavan rules out private participation in nuclear power sector
  • India opposing Endosulfan ban at Stockholm Convention
  • India, Vietnam to extend defence ties
  • Fast attack craft Kalpeni commissioned
  • Indo-Russia military drills begin
  • Rustom 1 test-flown successfully
  • Neutrino project approved at Bodi West Hills in Theni
  • Environment panel split on Posco clearances
  • Species facing mass extinction: U.N.
  • PM to scientists: make a break with the past
  • IAF deploys AWACS in air exercise
  • JLR unveils armoured vehicles
  • Number portability from November 1
  • Indian achieves breakthrough in encryption technology
  • Coastal security strengthened since 26/11”
  • Army to get unmanned ground vehicles
  • Defence probe doesn't rule out collusion

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