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 China illegally fishing in Africa, says Greenpeace

China illegally fishing in Africa, says Greenpeace

20 May 2015

Beijing: Chinese companies have been illegally fishing off the coast of West Africa, environmental campaign group Greenpeace said in a study on Wednesday, at times sending incorrect location data suggesting they are as far away as Mexico.

China,   Africa,   Greenpeace,   China National Fisheries Corporation,  Latest world news ,  
Omar Abdullah hits out at PDP-BJP government over Parrikar's remark

Omar Abdullah hits out at PDP-BJP government over Parrikar's remark

22 May 2015

Srinagar: Working president of the Opposition National Conference, Omar Abdullah on Friday hit out at PDP-BJP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir over the remarks of Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on the strategy of eliminating militants in the state.

Omar Abdullah,   PDP,   BJP,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence Minister,   National Conference,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Mufti Sayeed,   Latest state news,   Jammu and Kashmir ,  
Yoga Day to be celebrated at <strong>National</strong> Mall in US on 21st June

Yoga Day to be celebrated at National Mall in US on 21st June

12 May 2015

Washington: The first International Day of Yoga would be celebrated at the historic National Mall here on June 21 featuring yoga demonstrations by experts and Indian dance and music, Indian envoy to the US Arun K Singh has said.

Yoga Day,   US National Mall,   first InternationalYoga Day,   Arun K Singh,   Indian Government,   latest world news,  
<strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong> winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

Spelling Bee winning word wrongly spelled, claim experts

02 Jun 2013

Spelling Bee spells it wrong? 'Knaidel', the word that won 13-year-old Indian-American Arvind Mahankali the Scripps National Spelling Bee crown may have been wrongly spelled, Jewish linguists have claimed.

Spelling Bee,   Arvind Mahankali,   Jewish linguist on spelling bee,   Knaidel,   YIVO linguists,   Scripps National Spelling Bee,  
Akhil-Dilbagh tussle in defamation suit heats up

Akhil-Dilbagh tussle in defamation suit heats up

21 May 2015

New Delhi: The legal battle between boxers Akhil Kumar and Dilbagh Singh over a defamation suit filed by the former has become uglier with the Chandigarh District Court issuing warrants against mediapersons in whose presence the "slanderous" comments were made.

Akhil Kumar,   Dilbagh Singh,   Commonwealth Games,   Mandeep Jangra,   Chandigarh District Court,   2011 National Games,   latest sports news,  
 Sensex trades flat in morning session

Sensex trades flat in morning session

21 May 2015

Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), on Thursday was trading flat at 6.95 points or 0.02 percent up during the morning session.

Sensex trades,   Indian equities market,   Sensitive Index,   Nifty,   National Stock Exchange,   NSE,   Bombay Stock Exchange,   Latest business news,  
<strong>National</strong> Conference MLA moves privilege motion against J and K Chief Minister

National Conference MLA moves privilege motion against J and K Chief Minister

13 May 2015

Srinagar: Opposition National Conference legislator Altaf Ahmad Wani on Wednesday said he has moved a privilege motion against Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for allegedly ignoring him during his day-long tour of his Pahalagam constituency.

Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   National Conference,   MLA Altaf Ahmad Wani,   Pahalagam Constituency,   Latest State News ,  
 Wanted to look like a star at <strong>National</strong> awards: Kangana Ranaut

Wanted to look like a star at National awards: Kangana Ranaut

09 May 2015

Kolkata: Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who chose a trailing gown instead of the often chosen traditional outfit at the 62nd National Awards ceremony, says she wanted to "look like a star".

National awards,   Kangana Ranaut,   62nd National Awards ceremony,   Bollywood actress,   Queen actress,   latest entertainment news,  
15 Indian-American students qualify for <strong>Spelling</strong> <strong>Bee</strong> semis

15 Indian-American students qualify for Spelling Bee semis

30 May 2013

A total of 15 Indian-American students, including six girls, have made it to the national Spelling Bee semifinals, making it almost one-third of the total 42 candidates who have qualified.

Indian-American students,   Spelling Bee,   Quiz competition in America,   Scripps National Spelling Bee,  
Government approves NRAI's proposal for coaches

Government approves NRAI's proposal for coaches

19 May 2015

New Delhi: The government has approved the National Rifle Association of India's (NRAI) proposal to hire five specialised coaches for the junior teams, providing a fillip to the country's upcoming shooters.

Government of India,   National Rifle Association of India,   NRAI,   Indian shooters,   Latest News,  

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