Search
Showing Results For "2011 world football awards"
Voting underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

Voting underway in Ireland for gay marriage referendum

22 May 2015

Dublin: Polls opened in Ireland on Friday for a historic referendum on allowing same-sex marriage that is backed by all the main political parties but opposed by the Catholic Church.

Ireland political parties,   Ireland voting,   Gay marriage referendum,   same sex marriage,   Catholic church,   Latest world news,  
 Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition air raids

Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition air raids

22 May 2015

Sanaa: Huge explosions rocked the outskirts of the Yemen capital on Friday after Saudi-led air strikes against positions held by Huthi Shiite rebels and their allies.

Blasts in Sanaa,   Coalition air raids,   Huthi Shiite rebels,   Yemen blasts,   Ali Abdullah Saleh,   Mansour al Hadi,   Latest world news,  
Nothing is free in this <strong>world</strong>, says Vodafone on Zero Rating plan

Nothing is free in this world, says Vodafone on Zero Rating plan

20 May 2015

New Delhi: India's second-biggest mobile operator Vodafone has said that zero rating plans are one form of sponsored programmes and there can be many others.

Bharti Airtel,   Vodafone,   Net Neutrality,   Free internet,   Save the internet,   Airtel zero ,  
Extra chance this year for civil services <strong>2011</strong> candidates

Extra chance this year for civil services 2011 candidates

14 May 2015

New Delhi: Candidates who appeared in civil services preliminary examination in 2011 will get an additional chance this year. The move comes following an assurance given by the government in this regard last year.

civil services preliminary examination,   civil services 2011 candidates,   civil services examination 2011,   UPSC examination,   CSAT,   latest news,  
Cameron determined to give Britons "proper choice" on reformed EU

Cameron determined to give Britons "proper choice" on reformed EU

22 May 2015

RIGA: British Prime Minister David Cameron predicted "ups and downs" on Friday in European Union reform negotiations but said he was determined to give Britons a proper choice on a reformed EU in a referendum he has promised before the end of 2017.

British Prime Minister David Cameron,   European Union reform,   European Union,   EU summit,   Latest world news ,  
India ranks 24th in first Environmental Democracy Index

India ranks 24th in first Environmental Democracy Index

21 May 2015

Washington: India has ranked 24th out of 70 countries in the first Environmental Democracy Index that is topped by Lithuania and evaluates nations' progress in enacting laws to promote transparency, accountability and citizen engagement in environmental decision making.

India,   first Environmental Democracy Index,   World Resources Institute,   India rank,   environmental democracy,   latest world news,  
Seven medals assured for India in Doha boxing tourney

Seven medals assured for India in Doha boxing tourney

22 May 2015

New Delhi: Commonwealth Games silver-medallist L Devendro Singh (49kg) advanced to the final, while six others entered the semis as Indian boxers shone bright in the Doha International Tournament, a test event for the World Championships scheduled there later this year.

L Devendro Singh,   Indian boxers,   Doha International Boxing Tournament,   Boxing World Championships,   Latest News,  
Smriti Irani to attend UNESCO conference in China

Smriti Irani to attend UNESCO conference in China

22 May 2015

Beijing: HRD minister Smriti Irani would join about 40 education ministers from across the world in China this week at a UNESCO conference to deliberate on how information and communication technologies can be leveraged to support the achievements in education sector post-2015.

Smriti Irani,   UNESCO conference,   China,   HRD minister,   education ministers meet,   latest world news,  
Luiz Felipe Scolari quits as Gremio coach

Luiz Felipe Scolari quits as Gremio coach

20 May 2015

Rio de Janerio: Former Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has quit Gremio just two weeks into the Brazilian Serie A season. The 66-year-old informed the Porto Alegre club's officials of his decision on Tuesday, three days after his team's 2-0 loss to Coritiba.

Luiz Felipe Scolari,   Gremio coach,   Brazil football,   Porto Alegre club,   Romildo Bolzan,   Coritiba,   latest sports news,  
Asia unity will shape the <strong>world</strong>, says PM Modi

Asia unity will shape the world, says PM Modi

19 May 2015

Seoul: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday sought unity among Asian countries and said they must work as Asians to shape the world and reform the global institutions of governance, including the United Nations.

PM Modi,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Asian countries,   Modi in Seoul,   Modi in South Korea,   latest world news,  

   1  2  3 4 5  6  7  8  9  10