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North Korea doubles cyber <strong>war</strong> personnel: report

North Korea doubles cyber war personnel: report

06 Jul 2014

Seoul: North Korea has doubled the number of its elite cyber warriors over the past two years and established overseas bases for hacking attacks, a report said on Sunday.

North Korea,   cyber warriors,   cyber war,   General Bureau of Reconnaissance,   Seoul,  
No military coup in <strong>Thailand</strong>, says US

No military coup in Thailand, says US

21 May 2014

Washington: US has said it does not consider military action in Thailand as a coup but urged the Thai army to respect democratic principles and refrain from violence.  

military coup in Thailand,   Thailand military coup,   Thailand Army,   Thailand military,   US-Thailand,   Thai constitution ,  
Israeli strikes on Palestinian could breach laws of <strong>war</strong>: UN

Israeli strikes on Palestinian could breach laws of war: UN

12 Jul 2014

Geneva: Israel could be violating the laws of war by bombing Palestinian homes in Gaza, UN's human rights office said on Friday, as the death toll from the Israeli strikes rose to 100.

Israeli strikes on Palestinian,   UN,   violating the laws of war,   bombing Palestinian homes,   Gaza,   UN's human rights office ,  
Government rules out release of Henderson report on 1962 India-China <strong>war</strong>

Government rules out release of Henderson report on 1962 India-China war

08 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Defence Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday ruled out release of the classified Henderson Brooks Report on the 1962 India-China war, which is said to be openly critical of the Indian political and military structure of the time, saying its disclosure would not be in national interest.

Arun Jaitley,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   India-China war,   Henderson Brooks Report,   1962 India-China war,  
Over 200 Indians to return from <strong>war</strong>-torn Iraq today

Over 200 Indians to return from war-torn Iraq today

09 Jul 2014

New Delhi: A batch of over 200 Indians will be arriving here on Wednesday from the conflict-hit Iraq, taking the total number of compatriots, who have come back, to nearly 2,300.

Indians to return,   Indian Nationals,   Iraq,   Indians return from Iraq,   MEA ,  
Thai Army Chief announces military coup

Thai Army Chief announces military coup

22 May 2014

Bangkok: Thailand’s Army Chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha on Thursday announced coup to restore stability after six months of anti-government protests left the country deeply paralysed.

Thai Army Chief,   Thailand military coup,   military coup in Thailand,   Thailand Army,   Thailand government,  
Obama worst US President since World <strong>War</strong> II, say Americans

Obama worst US President since World War II, say Americans

03 Jul 2014

Washington: Barack Obama is the worst US President since World War II, 33 percent of Americans have said in a new poll, which gave negative grades for him for his handling of key issues like the economy, foreign policy, terrorism, healthcare and environment.

Barack Obama,   US President,   World War II,   second World War,   worst US President ,  
Algerian players to donate World Cup prize money to ‘<strong>war</strong>-torn’ Gaza

Algerian players to donate World Cup prize money to ‘war-torn’ Gaza

03 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Impressing every neutral football buff with their spirited performances in the ongoing World Cup, the Algerian team is on road to earn some more fans as the entire national team have decided to donate their prize money, which they earned from performing well in football’s biggest spectacle, to the beleaguered people of war-torn Gaza.

Algeria,   Gaza,   Algerian players,   donate,   World Cup,   FIFA World Cup,   hero's welcome,  
Ruckus in Assembly for 2nd day over TN's claim on dams

Ruckus in Assembly for 2nd day over TN's claim on dams

12 Jun 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Noisy scenes were witnessed for the second consecutive day on Thursday in the Assembly over Tamil Nadu's claim on four dams located within the state, even as Chief Minister Oommen Chandy made it clear that these dams would continue to be part of Kerala.

Tamil Nadu,   Tamil Nadu’s claims on dams,   Oomen Chandy,   ,  
UN chief calls for return to democratic rule in <strong>Thailand</strong>

UN chief calls for return to democratic rule in Thailand

23 May 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday expressed serious concern over the military coup in Thailand and called for a prompt return to civilian and democratic rule in the country.

UN Secretary,   General Ban Ki-moon,   Thailand,   democratic rule,   Thai military ,  

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