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<strong>Thailand</strong> court defers election date ruling

Thailand court defers election date ruling

23 Jan 2014

BANGKOK: Thailand's Constitutional Court on Thursday deferred a ruling on whether a general election scheduled for February 2 can be postponed, as protesters who say they will boycott the vote kept up pressure on the government to step down.

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Thai Deputy Prime Minister embarks on two day visit to India

Thai Deputy Prime Minister embarks on two day visit to India

17 Mar 2016

Bangkok: Thai Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon today embarked on a two-day visit to India for talks aimed at expanding bilateral military, security and economic cooperation.

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Nurse Kissed In Iconic World <strong>War</strong> II Photo Dies

Nurse Kissed In Iconic World War II Photo Dies

11 Sep 2016

Washington: Greta Friedman, the woman kissed by a sailor in the iconic picture taken in New York city's Times Square after the Second World War ended in 1945, has died, a media report said.

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Protesters begin 'shutdown' in <strong>Thailand</strong>

Protesters begin 'shutdown' in Thailand

13 Jan 2014

Bangkok: Anti-government protesters on Monday begun blocking key intersections across the congested Thai capital in their bid to "shutdown" the city and force embattled Premier Yingluck Shinawatra to step down.

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Japan quake <strong>claims</strong> 41 lives

Japan quake claims 41 lives

17 Apr 2016

Tokyo: At least 41 people were killed in a strong earthquake measuring 7.3 on the Richter Scale that struck the island of Kyushu in southwestern Japan.The quake on Saturday came after a sizable foreshock hit Kumamoto prefecture on Thursday.

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Jio Tarrif <strong>War</strong>: BSNL All Set To Match Competition

Jio Tarrif War: BSNL All Set To Match Competition

06 Sep 2016

New Delhi: State-run Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd on Tuesday termed Reliance Jio's entry into the market as a "challenge" for all operators, but said it expects to match the intense competition "tariff-by-tariff".

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Haunting Image Of Boy Rescued From Rubble Shows Real Face Of Syria's <strong>War</strong>

Haunting Image Of Boy Rescued From Rubble Shows Real Face Of Syria's War

19 Aug 2016

Beirut: Syrian opposition activists have released haunting footage showing a young boy rescued from the rubble in the aftermath of a devastating airstrike in Aleppo.

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Thai economy at risk as political rivals vow mass rallies

Thai economy at risk as political rivals vow mass rallies

03 Jan 2014

BANGKOK: Thailand's finance minister expressed concern about a weak currency and damage to the economy on Friday as supporters and opponents of the government prepared for big rallies this month that risk pushing the divided country to the brink of chaos.

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Prime Minister to visit <strong>Cambodia</strong> tomorrow

Prime Minister to visit Cambodia tomorrow

17 Nov 2012

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will travel to Cambodia on Sunday to attend the ASEAN and East Asia Summits on the sidelines of which he is expected to meet leaders of some other countries, including China. Singh, who was initially scheduled to visit Japan also before it was cancelled, will be in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh for three days.

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Delhi Government Imposes Ban On Chinese Manjha After Kite String <strong>Claims</strong> Three Lives

Delhi Government Imposes Ban On Chinese Manjha After Kite String Claims Three Lives

17 Aug 2016

New Delhi: A day after kite strings claimed three lives in the national capital, the Delhi government on Wednesday imposed a ban on the sale, production and storage of glass-coated threads or Chinese manjha even as a blame game erupted with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia claiming the Environment Secretary took seven days to clear a notification.

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