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Dadri like incidents hurt country's image: Jaitley

Dadri like incidents hurt country's image: Jaitley

06 Oct 2015

New York: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has condemned the lynching of a man over beef eating rumour in UP, saying such incidents hurt the country's image.

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Two Indian-origin among richest self-<strong>made</strong> US women: Forbes

Two Indian-origin among richest self-made US women: Forbes

29 May 2015

New York: Two Indian-origin women have made it to Forbes' inaugural list of America's 50 richest self-made women, sharing the honour with high-achievers such as Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, media mogul Oprah Winfrey and singer Beyonce.

Forbes,   America richest self-made women,   America richest women,   Indians in Forbes list,   Neerja Sethi,   Jayshree Ullal,   latest world news,  
Indo-Bangla friendship bus arrives in Meghalaya from Dhaka

Indo-Bangla friendship bus arrives in Meghalaya from Dhaka

23 May 2015

Dawki: The Indo-Bangladesh friendship bus that began its journey from Dhaka arrived here on Saturday amid tight security. The 26-seater BRTC bus that left Dhaka with over 20 Bangladesh government officials at around 3 pm on Friday arrived Dawki at 9 am and Meghalaya Transport Corporation Manager Anthony Pariat received the entourage.

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UK becomes first <strong>country</strong> to allow 'three-parent' babies

UK becomes first country to allow 'three-parent' babies

04 Feb 2015

London: Britain on Wednesday created history by becoming the first country to legalise children conceived with DNA from three parents after lawmakers voted in favour of the controversial procedure that sparked a fierce ethical debate with senior Church figures.

Britain,   United Kingdom,   Children,   DNA,   Parents,   British lawmakers,  
PM Modi discovers 'special connection' with Mongolian Parliament

PM Modi discovers 'special connection' with Mongolian Parliament

17 May 2015

Ulan Bator: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday discovered a "special connection" with Mongolia when he entered the Buddhist country's Parliament to deliver a speech, the first foreign leader to do so on Sunday - a holiday.

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Obama visits 'Indian <strong>Country</strong>' in North Dakota

Obama visits 'Indian Country' in North Dakota

14 Jun 2014

Washington: Barack Obama travelled to a Native American reservation in North Dakota, his first visit as US President to ‘Indian Country,' where he focused on education and economic development.

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Pakistan court allows Musharraf to leave <strong>country</strong>

Pakistan court allows Musharraf to leave country

12 Jun 2014

Karachi: A Pakistani court on Thursday ordered authorities to remove the name of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf from the exit control list, paving the way for him to leave the country.

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Pakistan becomes first <strong>country</strong> to use China's GPS

Pakistan becomes first country to use China's GPS

23 May 2014

Beijing: Pakistan has become the first foreign country to use China's Beidou navigation system with the company setting up a network covering Karachi.

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US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

US Senators oppose use of taxpayers' money for Pak military aid

11 Mar 2016

Washington: US Senators have strongly opposed the use of taxpayers' money for military aid to Pakistan in USD 700 million sale of eight F-16 fighter jets to the country as they questioned Islamabad's commitment to fight terrorist organisations.

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Lima climate summit emits more CO2 than a small <strong>country</strong>

Lima climate summit emits more CO2 than a small country

13 Dec 2014

Lima: It may be the greatest irony that the Lima conference, convened to discuss ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, has itself generated more such gases than a small country.

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