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Russia ready to sell weapons to <strong>Thailand</strong>

Russia ready to sell weapons to Thailand

06 Nov 2014

Bangkok: Russia is ready to sell weapons to Thailand as it wants to see a new era of military and security cooperation between the two countries for combating transnational crime and terrorism.  

Russia,   Thailand,   weapons sale,   military,   crime,   terrorism,   ASEAN ,  
Asian turf <strong>war</strong> goes quiet as OneAsia fizzles

Asian turf war goes quiet as OneAsia fizzles

12 Dec 2014

An Asian golf turf war seems to have fizzled out nearly six years after the launch of a second professional tour that threatened the very existence of the region's more established circuit.

Asian golf turf,   professional golf tour,   World Sports Group,   ,  
Warner, Aaron in <strong>war</strong> of words over no-ball dismissal

Warner, Aaron in war of words over no-ball dismissal

12 Dec 2014

Adelaide: A dash of spice was finally added to what has been an emotionally-charged first India-Australia cricket Test when David Warner and Varun Aaron got involved in a war of words after the home batsman was called back by the umpire following a no-ball dismissal here on Friday.

India-Australia Test match,   David Warner,   Varun Aaron,   India tour of Australia,   Test series in Australia ,  
FLASHBACK 2014: IS, Ebola, regional conflicts posed challenges for UN

FLASHBACK 2014: IS, Ebola, regional conflicts posed challenges for UN

25 Dec 2014

United Nations: Terror wrought by the feared Islamic State, Ebola crisis, Syrian civil war, Gaza war and unrest in Ukraine posed significant challenges for the United Nations in 2014, a year that ended with a message of harmony from India as the world body adopted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's idea to commemorate an international Yoga day annually.

Islamic State,   Ebola crisis,   Syrian civil war,   Gaza war,   United Nations,   Prime Minister of India,   Narendra Modi,   International Yoga day,  
Xiaomi <strong>claims</strong> to have sold 1 million smartphones in India

Xiaomi claims to have sold 1 million smartphones in India

26 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi which entered Indian market in July has received good response in the country. The company has managed to sell one million smartphones in India by the end of year, via Flipkart.

Xiaomi,   Flipkart,   Xiaomi Mi 3,   Xiaomi Redmi 1S,   Xiaomi Redmi Note 4G,   Chinese smartphone,   smartphone,  
10 films of 2014 that deserved better

10 films of 2014 that deserved better

01 Jan 2015

Mumbai: These films of 2014 deserved better and should have got a larger audience:

films 2014,   Ugly,   Aankhon Dekhi,   Children Of War,  Revolver Rani,   Bobby Jasoos,  
 Andhra Pradesh government to announce maritime policy in a month: N Chandrababu Naidu

Andhra Pradesh government to announce maritime policy in a month: N Chandrababu Naidu

17 Dec 2014

Visakhapatnam: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu on Wednesday said his government plans to announce the maritime policy within a month to facilitate port-led economic development of the state.

Andhra Pradesh,   Chief Minister,   Chandrababu Naidu,   Singapore,   Malaysia,   Thailand,   South Korea,   China,   Japan ,  
Lahiri ends tied 2nd, Thaworn <strong>claims</strong> 18th Asian Tour title

Lahiri ends tied 2nd, Thaworn claims 18th Asian Tour title

01 Dec 2014

Khon Kaen (Thailand): Anirban Lahiri missed way too many putts and ended being tied second as Thailand's Thaworn Wiratchant rewrote the record books by winning an unprecedented 18th Asian Tour title after closing with a five-under-par 67 to lift the King's Cup.

Lahiri,   Thaworn claims,   18th Asian Tour title,   golf,   sports,   golfer,  
Man celebrates 40 Christmases with one tree

Man celebrates 40 Christmases with one tree

30 Dec 2014

Wausau: Neil Olson put up a Christmas tree when two of his sons went off to war in 1974, vowing not to take it down until all six children returned home for Christmas.

Neil Olson,   Vietnam War,   Christmas Tree,   Weird News,   Washington,   40-year-old Christmas Tree,  
Hinduja group acquires iconic London building

Hinduja group acquires iconic London building

13 Dec 2014

London: The Hinduja Group has acquired the historic Old War Office building having around 1,100 rooms in Central London for an undisclosed sum for conversion into a 5-star hotel and residential apartments.

Hinduja group,   UK,   old war office building ,  

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