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Brexit effect: Major markets collapse, Rupee crosses 68 mark, Rajan says prepared for any eventuality

Brexit effect: Major markets collapse, Rupee crosses 68 mark, Rajan says prepared for any eventuality

24 Jun 2016

Wellington: Asian currency, bond and equity traders kicked off an early day of choppy trading as British voted to leave the European Union sent shivers across trading floors and kept many investors glued to their television screens.

UK,   Brexit,   Britain votes,   EU,   Asian currency,   European Union,   Referendum voting,   Sensex,   Forex,   Latest World News,  
Tamil Nadu woman set to create yoga <strong>world</strong> record

Tamil Nadu woman set to create yoga world record

21 Jun 2016

Chennai: On the second International Yoga Day today, a woman advocate in Tamil Nadu is progressing to set a world record for continuous performance of yoga asanas or exercises.

Chennai Woman Yoga Performance,   Second International Yoga Day,   International Day of Yoga,   Woman Advocate Yoga Performance,   Tamil Nadu Woman Yoga Performance,   Latest Nation News ,  
China defends its opposition to India's NSG bid

China defends its opposition to India's NSG bid

24 Jun 2016

Beijing: Defending its opposition to entry of non-NPT countries like India into NSG, China today said it was guided by the rules of the 48-nation grouping which were not directed against any specific country.

China Opposed India NSG Membership,   India NSG Memberhip,   Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership,   Non Proliferation Treaty,   Latest World News ,  
Sridevi to receive outstanding achievement award at 17th IIFA <strong>Awards</strong>

Sridevi to receive outstanding achievement award at 17th IIFA Awards

15 Jun 2016

Mumbai: Bollywood diva Sridevi will be felicitated for her outstanding achievement in Indian cinema at the upcoming 17th IIFA Awards.

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Brexit: United Kingdom's historic EU referendum on knife-edge as millions vote

Brexit: United Kingdom's historic EU referendum on knife-edge as millions vote

24 Jun 2016

London: Millions of Britons yesterday braved rains to cast their vote in the knife-edge referendum to decide whether the country will stay in or leave the 28-nation bloc, even as the latest survey gave the Remain camp its first solid lead in the bitterly-contested poll.

Brexit,   United Kingdom,   EU referendum,   Britons,   UK,   Europe Union,   Latest World News,  
Priyanka Chopra nominated for Teen Choice <strong>Awards</strong>

Priyanka Chopra nominated for Teen Choice Awards

12 Jun 2016

Los Angeles: Actress Priyanka Chopra has been nominated for her stint as FBI trainee Alex Parrish in American TV series 'Quantico' at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards.

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Any NSG exception to disturb regional stability: Pakistan

Any NSG exception to disturb regional stability: Pakistan

24 Jun 2016

Tashkent: Any "exception" in granting membership to the NSG will "disturb" strategic stability in South Asia, Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain today told his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

NSG,   Regional stability,   Pakistan,   Tashkent,   Nuclear Supply Group,   South Asia,   Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain,   Xi Jinping,   Latest World News,  
Alia should win national award for 'Udta Punjab': Shahid Kapoor

Alia should win national award for 'Udta Punjab': Shahid Kapoor

18 Jun 2016

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor feels his co-star Alia Bhatt should win a national award for her performance in 'Udta Punjab'.

Udta Punjab,   Shahid on Alia,   Shahid Kapoor,   Alia Bhatt,   National Awards,   Latest entertainment news,  
Despite support of 47 out of 48 members, China roadblocks India's NSG entry

Despite support of 47 out of 48 members, China roadblocks India's NSG entry

24 Jun 2016

Tashkent: According to reports from Tashkent, despite 47 out of 48 Nuclear Supply Group members’ support to India, China yet sticks alone on its stand to block India's entry to the nuclear bloc.

China,   NSG,   Narendra Modi,   Tashkent,   Nuclear Supply Group members,   nuclear bloc,   India NSG entry,   Latest World News ,  
British PM urged to resign if 'Leave' wins

British PM urged to resign if 'Leave' wins

24 Jun 2016

London: Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage today said that British Prime Minister David Cameron should resign "immediately" if the 'Leave' vote wins in the European Union (EU) referendum resulting in the country's exit.

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