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WADA symposium to discuss new methods to combat drugs in sport

WADA symposium to discuss new methods to combat drugs in sport

13 Sep 2014

Mumbai: The World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) two-day symposium at Istanbul, Turkey next month would discuss how science and investigations activities combined can help improve tools and develop new strategies to combat the use of drugs in sport.

Mumbai,   World Anti-Doping Agency,   WADA,   two-day symposium,   Istanbul,   Turkey,   investigations activities,   use of drugs,  
John Kerry opposes Iran role in <strong>anti</strong>-Islamic State coalition

John Kerry opposes Iran role in anti-Islamic State coalition

13 Sep 2014

ANKARA: U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday it was "not appropriate" for Iran to join talks on confronting Islamic State militants, as he appeared to play down how fast countries can commit to force or other steps in an emerging coalition.

US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,   Iran,   Islamic State,   ISIS militants,  
US general John Allen to head <strong>anti</strong>-jihadist coalition

US general John Allen to head anti-jihadist coalition

13 Sep 2014

Washington: Retired US general John Allen, the cerebral ex-commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan who also led troops in western Iraq, has been named to lead the international effort against Islamic State extremists, officials have announced.

John Allen,   US general,   NATO,   anti-jihadist coalition,   ISIS,   terrorism ,  
DLSA drive to create awareness on <strong>ragging</strong>

DLSA drive to create awareness on ragging

26 Aug 2014

Nagpur: The District Legal Services Authority, (DLSA) in Nagpur has launched a campaign to create awareness among students in professional colleges about the ragging menace.

Anti-ragging,   District Legal Services Authority,   NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre,   Vishwesheriya National Institute of Technology,   Ragging ban,   Aman Kachroo,   P K Sathianathan,   Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act,   National Anti-Ragging helpline,  
6.2-magnitude quake strikes central Indonesia: USGS

6.2-magnitude quake strikes central Indonesia: USGS

10 Sep 2014

Jakarta: A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck off the central Indonesian island of Sulawesi on Wednesday, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), sending panicked residents running from their homes.

Earthquake,   Indonesia quake,   Tsunami threat,   Ring of Fire’,   Indonesia geological location,   seismic activities,  
India to back all <strong>anti</strong>-terror initiatives: V K Singh

India to back all anti-terror initiatives: V K Singh

11 Sep 2014

Mumbai: India on Thursday reaffirmed its commitment to stamping out global terrorism and said it will support any initiative aimed at eliminating the menace.

V K Singh,   anti-terror initiatives in India,   terror attacks in India,   BJP ,  
Imran Khan's party to celebrate a month of <strong>anti</strong>-government protests

Imran Khan's party to celebrate a month of anti-government protests

11 Sep 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf chief Imran Khan has said that his supporters will put up a grand show on Saturday to celebrate completion of one month of anti- government protests seeking ouster of embattled Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

Imran Khan,   Pakistan protest,   Tahir-ul-qadri,   Tehreek-i-Insaf,   Anti- government protests,   Pkaistan PM,   Nawaz Sharif,   Awami Tehreek ,  
Piyush Goyal defends not imposing <strong>anti</strong>-dumping duty on solar panel

Piyush Goyal defends not imposing anti-dumping duty on solar panel

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Defending government's decision not to impose anti-dumping duty on solar panels, Power Minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday said domestic gear makers had 'suo-moto' withdrawn their demand for such a levy.

Piyush Goyal,   solar panel,   solar energy,   electricity produced in India,   Solar Panels in India ,  
CBSE conducts survey on <strong>ragging</strong>

CBSE conducts survey on ragging

31 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Amid the ongoing discussions about the Scindia School ragging case, the Central Board of Secondary Education has conducted a survey which will include views of both students as well as teachers on the issue.

Scindia School ragging case,   Central Board of Secondary Education,   students,   teachers,  
China fines Audi, Chrysler on monopoly charges

China fines Audi, Chrysler on monopoly charges

11 Sep 2014

Beijing: Chinese authorities have fined automaker Audi USD 40.5 million and Chrysler USD 5.2 million on charges of violating anti-monopoly law in a sweeping probe of the auto industry.

automaker,   Audi,   Chrysler,   anti-monopoly law,   monopoly charges,   global automakers ,  

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