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Spain's Foreign Minister meets PM Modi, seeks India's help in evacuating its <strong>citizens</strong> from Nepal

Spain's Foreign Minister meets PM Modi, seeks India's help in evacuating its citizens from Nepal

27 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Spain on Monday sought India's help in evacuating its nationals from earthquake-hit Nepal when Spanish Foreign Minister called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during which the visiting minister also offered his country's expertise in building highways and smart cities.

Spain,   India,   Nepal earthquake,   India earthquake,   Nepal evacuation,   Narendra Modi,   India Spain relation,   Nepal rescue operation ,  
Earthquake: Asian countries search for <strong>citizens</strong> stranded by Nepal

Earthquake: Asian countries search for citizens stranded by Nepal

26 Apr 2015

Sydney: Asian countries were scrambling on Sunday to locate thousands of their nationals stranded in Nepal after a huge earthquake devastated the Himalayan nation, severing communications and transport links.

Nepal Earthquake,   Nepal Tourists,   Devastation in Nepal,   Asian Countries,   China,   Australia,  New Zealand,   Japan,   United State,   Disaster Response Teams,   Relief Efforts,   Emergency Services in Nepal,   Latest World News ,  
Eating beef not a fundamental <strong>right</strong>: Maharashtra govt tells HC

Eating beef not a fundamental right: Maharashtra govt tells HC

21 Apr 2015

Mumbai: It is not a fundamental right of a citizen to eat beef and the state legislation can regulate consumption of flesh of animals, the Maharashtra government on Tuesday told the Bombay High Court.

Fundamental right,   Indian citizens,   Beef ban,   Beef consumption,   Animal flesh,   Maharashtra government,   Bombay High Court,  
CJI refuses to be part of panel to select NJAC members

CJI refuses to be part of panel to select NJAC members

27 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a new twist, Chief Justice of India (CJI) H L Dattu has refused to participate in a three-member panel for selecting two eminent persons in the six-member National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) on whose validity a constitution bench began hearings on Monday.

NJAC act,   NJAC members,   CJI,   Chief Justice of India,   H L Dattu,   Supreme Court,   law on appointment of judges,   Supreme Court,   latest India news,  
Use technology to become competitive: Jaitley to <strong>service</strong> providers

Use technology to become competitive: Jaitley to service providers

25 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Technology has made sectoral FDI caps irrelevant, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said while asking service providers to exploit the inherent potential to become more competitive globally.

Technology,   FDI,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Service providers,   Global competition ,  
Amit Shah slams Congress, says it has no 'moral <strong>right</strong>' to talk about farmers

Amit Shah slams Congress, says it has no 'moral right' to talk about farmers

25 Apr 2015

Jaipur: BJP President Amit Shah on Saturday hit back at Congress President Sonia Gandhi for targeting the Narendra Modi government for being "pro-corporate", saying it was the UPA government which had handed over mines to corporates while the present dispensation had secured over Rs 3 lakh crore through auction of coal mines and spectrum.

BJP President,   Amit Shah,   Congress President,   Sonia Gandhi,   Narendra Modi,   Modi government,   UPA government,   Corporates,   Coal mines,   Spectrum,  
Teenagers <strong>act</strong> more mature when mothers are present

Teenagers act more mature when mothers are present

24 Apr 2015

New York: Teenagers are less likely to indulge in risky behaviour such as jumping a traffic signal when moms are around, finds a study.

teenagers,   mature teenagers,   mother and child,   risky behaviour,   traffic signal,   latest relationship news,  
Maharashtra government plans to formulate separate Transport <strong>Act</strong> for state

Maharashtra government plans to formulate separate Transport Act for state

24 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Maharashtra government is planning to formulate a separate law for the state on the lines of the Centre's Motor Vehicles Act, which will allow it to take action against those who flout transport rules.

Maharashtra government,   Transport Act,   Transport Minister,   Diwakar Raote,   Motor Vehicle Act 1958,   Latest State news ,  
Congress Chief Ministers wanted changes in Land Acquisition <strong>Act</strong>: BJP

Congress Chief Ministers wanted changes in Land Acquisition Act: BJP

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: BJP on Thursday countered the allegations made by Congress against it on the Land Bill saying it was Congress Chief Ministers who had sought changes in the Land Acquisition Act as the previous Bill was "hampering" development and land acquisition for social sector programmes.

Congress,   BJP,   Chief Ministers,   Land Acquisition Act,   Land Bill,   UPA,   NDA,   Social sector programmes,   Corporates,   Latest Nation News,  
Pakistan asks Karachi <strong>citizens</strong> to carry National Identity Cards

Pakistan asks Karachi citizens to carry National Identity Cards

21 Apr 2015

Karachi: Citizens of Karachi have been asked to carry their National Identity Cards with them all the time or face detention, amid fear that militants have taken refuge in Pakistan's financial capital after fleeing the ongoing military offensive.

Pakistan,   Karachi citizens,   National Identity Cards,   NIC,   latest world news,  

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