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<strong>World</strong> Bank approves USD 285 million to fight Ebola

World Bank approves USD 285 million to fight Ebola

19 Nov 2014

Washington: The World Bank has approved a grant of USD 285 million to finance the three west African countries hardest hit by the Ebola crisis. The grant is part of the nearly 1 billion dollars of financing previously announced by the World Bank for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, reports said.

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Viswanathan Anand faces difficult situation against Carlsen

Viswanathan Anand faces difficult situation against Carlsen

19 Nov 2014

Sochi (Russia): Facing a point deficit with just four games to go, five times world champion ViswanathanAnand is in a now-or-neve situation in the World Chess Championship match against Magnus Carlsen.

World champion,   Viswanathan Anand,   World Chess Championship,   Magnus Carlsen,   Norway,  
Woods returns to competitive golf at Hero <strong>World</strong> Challenge

Woods returns to competitive golf at Hero World Challenge

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Hero World Challenge - the premier PGA TOUR event hosted by the Tiger Woods Foundation - will tee-off at the Isleworth Golf & Country Club in Orlando, Florida from December 4 to 7 this year.

Hero World Challenge golf,   PGA TOUR event,   Tiger Woods Foundation,   Isleworth Golf & Country Club,  
Successful India to provide vast opportunity for <strong>world</strong>: Modi

Successful India to provide vast opportunity for world: Modi

18 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said a successful India will provide a vast opportunity for the world and sought closer ties with Australia.

India,   world,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   opportunity for world,   Modi,   India Australia ties,   MCG ground ,  
WTO members raise questions over India's sugar subsidy

WTO members raise questions over India's sugar subsidy

20 Nov 2014

Geneva/New Delhi: Some members of the World Trade Organization (WTO), including Australia, the European Union, Pakistan, have raised questions over India's export subsidy on sugar.

World Trade Organization,   WTO,   Australia,   European Union,   Pakistan,   India export,   India subsidy,   India sugar export,  
Fears grow in India about Hindu "Modi-fication" of education

Fears grow in India about Hindu "Modi-fication" of education

21 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indians were flying aeroplanes, carrying out stem cell research and may even have been using cosmic weapons 5,000 years ago, according to the chairman of India's leading historical organisation.

Hindu "Modi-fication" of education,   Professor Y. Sudershan Rao,   Indian Council of Historical Research,   Hindu epics are adequate to understand,   ancient world,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   India's history books are beholden,   colonial powers,   foreign invaders,   Marxists,   Hindu-nationalist orthodoxy,   controversial Hindu nationalist,   Dinanath Batra,   ,  
Hockey India announces annual <strong>awards</strong>

Hockey India announces annual awards

10 Nov 2014

New Delhi: In a first for Indian hockey, the national federation on Monday decided to have the 'Hockey India Annual Awards' wherein the top players in the men's and women's categories will walk away with a prize money of Rs 25 lakh each. Hockey India (HI) will be identifying and rewarding the most promising and potent players from the current as well as upcoming teams.

Hockey India,   Indian hockey,   Hockey India Annual Awards,   top players,   prize money,   HI,   Md Mushtaque Ahmad,   Dhruv Batra,  
India calls for early action to reform 'anachronistic' UN Security Council

India calls for early action to reform 'anachronistic' UN Security Council

20 Nov 2014

United Nations: Calling the UN Security Council an "anachronism," Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has urged the international community to take early action to reform it in order to shore up the legitimacy of the world body itself.

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<strong>World</strong> chess championship: Marathon seventh round game ends in a draw

World chess championship: Marathon seventh round game ends in a draw

18 Nov 2014

Chennai: Norwegian World chess champion Magnus Carlsen and the Indian title challenger Viswanathan Anand on Monday signed a peace treaty after fighting for over six hours and making 122 moves in seventh round.

World chess championship,   chess championship,   Viswanathan Anand,   Magnus Carlsen,  
WHO also responsible for sterilization deaths: Brinda Karat

WHO also responsible for sterilization deaths: Brinda Karat

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: CPI-M leader Brinda Karat on Wednesday said the World Health Organization (WHO) was equally responsible for the botched up sterilizations in Chhattisgarh since the government programme was being funded by it.

WHO,   Brinda Karat,   CPI-M leader,   Brinda Karat,   World Health Organization,   WHO,   sterilizations in Chhattisgarh,   Chhattisgarh,  

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