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Rajapaksa launches comeback bid in Sri Lanka poll for PM

Rajapaksa launches comeback bid in Sri Lanka poll for PM

01 Jul 2015

Colombo: Ending months of speculation, Sri Lanka's vanquished former President Mahinda Rajapaksa today announced his return to electoral politics, saying he will lead an Opposition faction during the general elections in August.

Rajapaksa,   Sri Lanka parliament,   Former President of Sri Lanka,   Mahinda Rajapaksa,   Election in Sri Lanka,   Latest World News,  
Obama blames gun lobby 'grip' on <strong>Congress</strong> for lax laws

Obama blames gun lobby 'grip' on Congress for lax laws

21 Jun 2015

RANCHO MIRAGE: President Barack Obama blamed public apathy combined with the tight "grip" on Congress of the National Rifle Association, the powerful U.S. gun lobby, for blocking stricter gun laws.

US President,   Barack Obama,   US Congress,   National Rifle Association,   Gun lobby,   Gun laws,  
Unaware of new European offer to Greece: Angela Merkel

Unaware of new European offer to Greece: Angela Merkel

30 Jun 2015

Berlin: German Chancellor Angela Merkel played down any hopes of a last-minute deal with Greece on Tuesday, just hours before its bailout deal expires, saying she was not aware of any new offer from the European Commission President.

European offer to Greece,   Greece debt,   German Chancellor,   Angela Merkel,   Greece,   European Commission President,   Latest World News,  
Sri Lanka's <strong>President</strong> dissolves Parliament; fresh elections on 17th August

Sri Lanka's President dissolves Parliament; fresh elections on 17th August

27 Jun 2015

Colombo: Sri Lanka's President dissolved Parliament on Friday, a government spokesman said, in an effort to consolidate power and push through political reforms.

Sri Lanka dissolves Parliament,   Sri Lanka,   President,   Parliament of Sri Lanka,   Maithripala Sirisena,   Latest Nation News,  
Burundi starts voting in Parliamentary election

Burundi starts voting in Parliamentary election

29 Jun 2015

Bujumbura: Voting in a Parliamentary election began in Burundi on Monday, the first in a series of polls whose credibility has been undermined by weeks of violent protest sparked by President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to seek a third term.

Election in Burundi,   Voting in Burundi,   Parliamentary election of Buruni,   President Pierre Nkurunziza,   Latest World News,  
 Does Modi do yoga? asks Russian <strong>President</strong>

Does Modi do yoga? asks Russian President

20 Jun 2015

St Petersburg: "Does Modi do yoga?" That was the question posed by Russian President Vladimir Putin when he was told that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had started a Ministry of Yoga.

International Yoga Day,   Yoga,   Russian President,   Vladimir Putin,   Narendra Modi,   Ministry of Ayush,   Ministry of Yoga,  
Obama reassures France after 'unacceptable' NSA spying

Obama reassures France after 'unacceptable' NSA spying

25 Jun 2015

Paris: US President Barack Obama reaffirmed in a phone call with his French counterpart Francois Hollande on Wednesday Washington's commitment to end spying practices deemed 'unacceptable' by its allies.

Obama reassures France,   NSA spying,   Paris,   US President,   Barack Obama,   French President,   Francois Hollande,   Latest World News,  
Bobby Jindal set to announce Presidential bid

Bobby Jindal set to announce Presidential bid

24 Jun 2015

Washington: Ending months of speculation, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is likely to announce his 2016 Presidential bid in New Orleans that will make him the first Indian-American to run for the White House even as he terms such categorisation divisive.    

Bobby Jindal,   Presidential bid,   Louisiana Governor,   White House,   US President,   Barack Obama,   USA,   Latest World News,  
Decapitated body scrawled with Arabic writing found at French blast site

Decapitated body scrawled with Arabic writing found at French blast site

26 Jun 2015

Brussels: A decapitated body daubed with Arabic writing was found at a U.S. gas company in southeast France on Friday after an assailant rammed a car into the premises, triggering an explosion, in a suspected Islamist militant attack.

Decapitated head found in France,   Terror attack in France,   Francois Hollande,   France,   French President,   French Islamist attack,   Saint-Quentin Fallavier,   Arabic writing,   US gas company,   Latest World News ,  
US Supreme Court upholds key Obamacare insurance subsidies

US Supreme Court upholds key Obamacare insurance subsidies

26 Jun 2015

Washington: US Supreme Court handed President Barack Obama a major victory on Thursday by upholding tax subsidies crucial to his signature healthcare law, with Chief Justice John Roberts saying Congress clearly intended for them to be available in all 50 states.

US Supreme Court,   Obamacare insurance subsidies,   Obamacare,   Barack Obama,   US President,   tax subsidies,   US healthcare law,   John Roberts,   latest world news,  

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