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Violation of international <strong>norms</strong> can be disruptive: US on South China Sea

Violation of international norms can be disruptive: US on South China Sea

14 Jul 2016

Washington: After China refused to abide by an international tribunal's ruling against its expansive claim in the strategic South China Sea, the US has warned that violation of international norms by "bigger countries" can be disruptive and asserted that the verdict is binding and final. The White House also warned against provocative and inflammatory comments.

South China Sea,   UN Backed Tribunal SCS Verdict,   Hauge South China Sea Verdict,   International Tribunal South China Sea Ruling,   Strategic South China Sea,   International Norms Violation,   Latest World News ,  
Government relaxes FDI <strong>norms</strong> in civil aviation, defence, pharma

Government relaxes FDI norms in civil aviation, defence, pharma

20 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Government today relaxed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms in a host of sectors including civil aviation, single-brand retail, defence and pharma by permitting more investments under automatic route.

Government of India,   NDA,   FDI,   FDI in India,   Civil aviation,   single-brand retail,   defence,   pharma,   Finance Ministry,   Arun Jaitley,   Business news ,  
Fire breaks out at Mumbai <strong>building</strong>

Fire breaks out at Mumbai building

02 Jun 2016

Mumbai: A major fire broke out today in a five-storeyed building at Colaba in South Mumbai, officials said.

Fire breaks out,   Fire at Mumbai building,   Regal Cinema hall,   Fire in Colaba area,   Fire tenders,   Latest States News,  
Australian PM threatens early elections over union row

Australian PM threatens early elections over union row

21 Mar 2016

Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull threatened today to hold early general elections in July unless the upper house agrees to pass deadlocked legislation to overhaul unions.

Malcolm Turnbull,   Australia,   General election,   Australian Building and Construction Commission,   Industrial bill,   Latest world news,  
Government working on air ticket cancellation fee <strong>norms</strong>

Government working on air ticket cancellation fee norms

08 Jun 2016

New Delhi: The government is working on new norms with respect to ticket cancellation fee amid concerns that airlines have been levying high charges on passengers.

Government on Air ticket,   Air ticket cancellation fee,   ticket cancellation,   airlines,   Latest Nation News,  
Yoga posture lights up on United Nation <strong>building</strong> ahead of International Yoga Day

Yoga posture lights up on United Nation building ahead of International Yoga Day

20 Jun 2016

United Nations: The image of a yoga posture was projected onto the UN headquarters here as the world body geared up to host the second International Day of Yoga tomorrow.

Yoga Day,   lights up on United Nation building,   UNO,   International Yoga Day,   Yoga,   UN headquarters,   Latest World News,  
Chinese man survives after 1.5 meter steel bar pierced his body

Chinese man survives after 1.5 meter steel bar pierced his body

17 Jun 2016

Beijing: A construction worker in China miraculously escaped death after a 1.5-meter steel bar pierced through his body from groin to skull in east China's Shandong Province.

Chinese man,   steel bar,   construction worker,   China,   Shandong Province,   Latest World News,  
Vehicles flouting dust pollution <strong>norms</strong> to be fined Rs 5000 in Delhi

Vehicles flouting dust pollution norms to be fined Rs 5000 in Delhi

11 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Vehicles carrying construction material or demolition waste in the city will be penalised up to Rs 5,000 if they are found violating pollution norms.

Delhi pollution,   Dust pollution norms,   construction material,   demolition waste,   Delhi pollution norms,   NGT order,   latest states news,  
New <strong>norms</strong> for rating agencies shortly: SEBI official

New norms for rating agencies shortly: SEBI official

31 May 2016

Mumbai: Within a week of warning credit rating agencies of tough action for lack of transparency, markets watchdog SEBI today said it is revising regulations governing these bodies to bring about more accountability.

SEBI,   SEBI Chairman U K Sinha,   SEBI official,   Credit Rating Agency,   Rajeev Kumar Agarwal,   Business news,  
Rescue Operation

Rescue Operation

09 May 2012

A terrible incident occurred when a blanket factory building at Focal Point Extension area in Jalandhar, Punjab collapsed. Several people died and many injured in the tragic incident. However, relief and rescue department came into action soon after the incident took place, but injured and dead could not be rescued for a long time.

Rescue operation,   building collapse,   National Disaster Response Force,   building construction norms,   blanket factory building collapse ,  

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