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Haryana government reviews policy for medical <strong>claims</strong>

Haryana government reviews policy for medical claims

27 Aug 2014

Chandigarh: With a view to facilitate its employees, pensioners and their dependents in availing the facility of medical advance and reimbursement of medical bills on time, the Haryana government has reviewed its medical policy.

Haryana government,   Congress,   medical claims,   Bhupinder Singh Hooda,   Hooda,  
Over three million flee Syria since 2011: UN

Over three million flee Syria since 2011: UN

30 Aug 2014

Geneva: The number of Syrians forced to flee their country as a result of the civil war that began in 2011 topped three million Friday, UN refugee agency said.

Geneva,   Syria,   Civil war,   UN agency,   Syria war,  
Dolphins aim to swallow big teams, <strong>claims</strong> coach Klusener

Dolphins aim to swallow big teams, claims coach Klusener

16 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: They may not be having the big names in world cricket but that doesn't dampen the sprits of South African team Dolphins, who are eyeing to win the Champions League T20.

world cricket,   South African team Dolphins,   Champions League T20,  
Indian men face Sri Lanka, eves play <strong>Thailand</strong> in Asian Games openers

Indian men face Sri Lanka, eves play Thailand in Asian Games openers

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India men will face Sri Lanka in their tournament opener while the eves will be up against Thailand in their first match of the hockey competition at the 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, South Korea from September 19 to October 4.

India hockey,   Sri Lanka,   hockey competition,   Asian Games,  
Martial law to be eased but when situation improves: Thai PM

Martial law to be eased but when situation improves: Thai PM

06 Sep 2014

Bangkok: Thailand's new Prime Minister Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha, who seized power in a military coup over three months ago, has said he wants to lift martial law in the country but the current situation does not permit it.

Thailand,   Thai PM,   Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha,   Martial law,   National Council for Peace and Order,   National Legislative Assembly,  
Xi keeps tradition alive, meets family of Dr Kotnis

Xi keeps tradition alive, meets family of Dr Kotnis

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: It has been a tradition with visiting Chinese leaders to meet the family of Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis and President Xi Jinping followed it by meeting the sister of the famed physician and recalling "the fine representative who gave his precious life in China".

Dr Dwarkanath Kotnis,   Xi Jinping,   Dr Kotnis,   Manorama,   China-Japan war,  
Google Doodle celebrates 186th birthday of Leo Tolstoy

Google Doodle celebrates 186th birthday of Leo Tolstoy

09 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Search engine giant Google on Tuesday celebrated 186th birth anniversary of Leo Tolstoy, the Russian author and philosopher, with a Doodle slideshow showcasing his greatest works.

Google Doodle,   Google,   Leo Tolstoy,   Leo Tolstoy birthday,   War and Peace,  
Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem

08 Sep 2014

JERUSALEM: Scores of Palestinians rioted in East Jerusalem on Sunday after hearing that a youth from their neighbourhood had died of wounds suffered in a clash with Israeli police last week.

Palestinians,   Jerusalem,   Israeli police,   Gaza war,   Israeli forces,  
World Cup 2022 the ultimate goal for ‘resurgent’ Afghanistan

World Cup 2022 the ultimate goal for ‘resurgent’ Afghanistan

17 Sep 2014

London: The 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been beset by controversy but for the visionaries bringing football back to life in Afghanistan it represents a shining, magical light at the end of a very long and dark tunnel.

London,   2022 World Cup,   Qatar,   Afghanistan football,   football,   war torn country,   Qatar World Cup,   Premier League,  
 54 Indian prisoners of <strong>war</strong> in Pakistani jails: RTI

54 Indian prisoners of war in Pakistani jails: RTI

21 Aug 2014

New Delhi: As many as 54 Indian soldiers, who were captured as Prisoners of Wars during battles of 1965 and 1971, are still believed to be in Pakistani jails, according to a RTI reply.

RTI,   Pakistani jails,   Defence Ministry,   PoWs,   Tejinder Singh Sethi ,  

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