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<strong>North</strong> Korea's Kim Jong-Un slams 'rabid dogs' after Us President Obama's comments

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un slams 'rabid dogs' after Us President Obama's comments

31 Jan 2015

Seoul: North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un said Pyongyang would not sit idly by "with rabid dogs barking" about toppling its socialist system, in apparent reaction to comments by US President Barack Obama that the regime was doomed, state media reported on Saturday.

North Korea,   Kim Jong Un,   Barack Obama,   US President,   Pyongyang ,  
French judge to probe AirAsia crash

French judge to probe AirAsia crash

31 Jan 2015

Paris: France has opened a formal criminal investigation into the crash of an AirAsia plane in the Java Sea last month while a French co-pilot was at the controls, a judicial source said on Friday.

AirAsia plane crash,   AirAsia criminal investigation,   French judge probe,   AirAsia Flight QZ8501,   Java Sea,  
Oil strikes lowest level since 2009 in volatile week

Oil strikes lowest level since 2009 in volatile week

31 Jan 2015

London: World oil prices tumbled close to six-year lows this week, as record-high US crude inventories deepened worries over the global supply glut.

oil prices,   oil global growth,   India oil trade,   US crude reserves,  
Mahindra & Mahindra conducts raids on counterfeit spare-part dealers in <strong>North</strong>

Mahindra & Mahindra conducts raids on counterfeit spare-part dealers in North

30 Jan 2015

Mumbai: To counter the growing threat of counterfeit spare-parts, auto major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) has conducted preventive raids on six manufacturers and sales outlets across the Northern markets.

Mahindra and Mahindra,   auto raids,   spare part dealers,   manufacturers and sales outlets,  
Bank Ki-moon orders probe of deadly protest at UN base in <strong>north</strong> Mali

Bank Ki-moon orders probe of deadly protest at UN base in north Mali

30 Jan 2015

United Nations: Secretary-General of United Nations Ban Ki-moon has ordered an investigation into violence during a demonstration this week outside a peacekeeping base of the organisation in northern Mali that killed at least three protesters and injured several others.

UN probe,   protest at UN base,   UN peacekeeping base,   North Mali UN camp ,  
Delhi to have special hostels for <strong>North</strong> East students

Delhi to have special hostels for North East students

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Central government on Wednesday proposed to set up special hostels for students from the Northeast region studying in Delhi.

NE special hostels,   North East students,   Jitendra Singh,   Northeastern students security,   DoNER ministry,  
Oil prices rise, gains capped on supply glut concerns

Oil prices rise, gains capped on supply glut concerns

29 Jan 2015

Singapore: Oil prices edged higher on Thursday but gains were capped amid fresh worries about the global supply glut as US crude reserves soared to a record high, analysts said.

oil prices,   oil global growth,   India oil trade,   US crude reserves,  
<strong>Sea</strong> turtles use Earth's magnetic field to find home

Sea turtles use Earth's magnetic field to find home

17 Jan 2015

Washington: Adult sea turtles find their way back to the beaches where they hatched by seeking out unique magnetic signatures along the coast, scientists have found.

Sea turtles,   Earth magnetic field,   ocean,  University of North Carolina,  
Wrote Ibis trilogy to spend more time with characters: Amitav Ghosh

Wrote Ibis trilogy to spend more time with characters: Amitav Ghosh

28 Jan 2015

Kolkata: Eminent Indian-American novelist Amitav Ghosh has said that he decided to make the 'Sea of Poppies' into the Ibis trilogy because he wanted to spend more time with the characters of his book.

Kolkata literary meet,   novelist Amitav Ghosh,   Ibis trilogy,   sea of poppies,   Indian American writer,  
New attempt to lift AirAsia wreckage fails

New attempt to lift AirAsia wreckage fails

26 Jan 2015

Jakarta: A new attempt to lift the submerged fuselage of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 failed when a wire rope snapped after the wreckage reached the surface of the water, Indonesian officials said.

Indonesia,   Air Asia Flight,   Java Sea,   Singapore,  

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