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PM Modi to meet NDA MPs over tea on 26th October

PM Modi to meet NDA MPs over tea on 26th October

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Riding high on the electoral successes in Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet all MPs of BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) over tea here on October 26.

Maharashtra elections,   Haryana assembly elections,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   MPs,   BJP,   National Democratic Alliance,   NDA,  
India wins re-election to UN Human <strong>Rights</strong> Council

India wins re-election to UN Human Rights Council

22 Oct 2014

United Nations: In a significant victory, India was re-elected to the UN's main human rights body for the period of 2015-17, receiving the highest number of votes in the Asia-Pacific group.

UN Human Rights Council,   UNHRC,   India,   UN,   United nations,   UN General Assembly ,  
Sushil Modi accuses Nitish of running crime <strong>protection</strong> bureau

Sushil Modi accuses Nitish of running crime protection bureau

21 Oct 2014

Patna : Former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi charged former Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with running corruption and crime protection bureau to ensure survival of a "fragile" JD(U) government in Bihar on Tuesday.

Bihar,   Chief Minister,   Nitish Kumar,   Former Deputy Chief Minister,   Sushil Modi,   Medicine Purchase Scam,   ,  
China 'executed 2,400' last year: <strong>rights</strong> group

China 'executed 2,400' last year: rights group

21 Oct 2014

Beijing:  The world's top executioner China put 2,400 people to death last year, a US-based rights group on Tuesday said, shedding rare light on a statistic Beijing considers a state secret.

US-based rights group,   Pro-democracy,   Hongkong,   Protest in Hongkong ,  
BJP forms <strong>committee</strong> to probe role of admin in Kandhamal by-polls

BJP forms committee to probe role of admin in Kandhamal by-polls

21 Oct 2014

Bhubaneswar: Alleging misuse of government machinery and money by ruling BJD in Odisha to win Kandhamal Lok Sabha by-poll, BJP has constituted a 6-member committee to inquire into the role of state administration, Asha and Anganawadi workers in it.

Kandhamal Lok Sabha by-poll,   By-poll,   BJD,   BJP,   Odhisha,   ,  
BCCI Working <strong>Committee</strong> meets tomorrow to discuss WI pullout

BCCI Working Committee meets tomorrow to discuss WI pullout

20 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: The BCCI's all-powerful Working Committee will meet here on Tuesday to decide on whether to impose a freeze on future West Indies tour and claim damages in the wake of the unprecedented move by the Caribbean team to pull out of the remainder of India tour because of the pay dispute with the Board.

BCCI,   West Indies tour of India,   WICB,   Indian cricket board,  
China says Hong Kong protests an attempt to seek independence

China says Hong Kong protests an attempt to seek independence

20 Oct 2014

Beijing: China has termed the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong an attempt to seek self-determination and independence, as it grappled to deal with the student-led movement that has occupied parts of the financial hub for more than three weeks.

Hong Kong,   Hong Kong protest,   Democratic protest,   Umbrella protest,   Anti- Government protest,  Leung Chun-ying ,  
26 arrested in Hong Kong clashes

26 arrested in Hong Kong clashes

18 Oct 2014

Hong Kong: Hong Kong police on Saturday said that 26 people were arrested and at least 15 police officers injured after a night of clashes for control of Mong Kok, one of the main demonstration areas.

Hong Kong protests,   Democratic protests,   Hong Kong protestors,   Anti government protests,   C Y Leung resignation demand,   ,  
Indian American named to lead US civil <strong>rights</strong> division

Indian American named to lead US civil rights division

16 Oct 2014

Washington: Indian-American lawyer Vanita Gupta has been chosen to lead US justice department’s civil rights division charged with enforcing laws that prevent discrimination and inequitable practices in housing, education and employment.

Indian,   NRI,   Indo-American,   Indo-American lawyer,   Vanita Gupta,   US justice department,   SAALT ,  
Hong Kong police remove barricades in protest area

Hong Kong police remove barricades in protest area

17 Oct 2014

Hong Kong: More than 100 Hong Kong police officers started removing barricades in Mong Kok, one of the main demonstration areas on Friday morning where Occupy Central movement participants had blocked roads and streets since 28th September.

Hong Kong,   Hong Kong police,   Hong Kong protest,   Umbrella protest,   Democratic protest,   ,  

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