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IFJ finds Pakistan most dangerous <strong>country</strong> for journalists

IFJ finds Pakistan most dangerous country for journalists

31 Dec 2014

Brussels: The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on Wednesday said that journalists are not safe in Pakistan and it is the most dangerous country for scribes.

IFJ,   Pakistan,   dangerous place for scribes,  statement of IFJ,  Middle east,   America,   Africa,   Europe,  Brussels,  
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,  
<strong>India</strong>, Bangladesh and Teesta river agreement

India, Bangladesh and Teesta river agreement

06 Jun 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reached Bangladesh capital Dhaka on his maiden visit to the south Asian nation. During his two-day visit, Modi will hold wide-ranging talks with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina on the whole gamut of ties and ways to move forward further.

Teesta river agreement,   PM Narendra Modi,   Bangladesh,   India-Bangladesh ties,   War of Liberation,   Land Boundary Agreement (LBA),   Sheikh Hasina,   Modi Bangladesh visit,   Prime Minister of India,   Modi in Bangladesh,   Dhaka ,  
Pope names twenty cardinals, many from developing world

Pope names twenty cardinals, many from developing world

05 Jan 2015

Vatican City: Pope Francis has named twenty new cardinals, a majority of them from Africa, Asia and Latin America, increasingly key areas as the Roman Catholic Church's support shifts from its traditional European stronghold.

pope,   twenty cardinals,   developing country cardinals,   Pope Francis,   new cardinals,  
Attacks kill 15 in Iraq as <strong>country</strong> battles IS

Attacks kill 15 in Iraq as country battles IS

10 Dec 2014

Baghdad: A series of attacks in and near Baghdad on Wednesday, including one involving a suicide bomber driving a tanker truck, killed at least 15 people, Iraqi officials said.

Baghdad,   Suicide bomber,   Truck,   Iraq,   Militants ,  
Xi and I committed to take <strong>India</strong>-China ties to new heights: PM Modi

Xi and I committed to take India-China ties to new heights: PM Modi

09 Jul 2015

Beijing: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he had a 'comprehensive' meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping and both of them are 'strongly committed' to take bilateral ties to 'new heights', a day after raising strong concerns over China's move to block action against Pakistan over Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi's release.

Xi,   India and China ties,   PM Modi,   BRICS,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Chinese President,   Xi Jinping,   Bilateral talks,   Latest World News ,  
Pakistan Army Chief makes veiled attack on <strong>India</strong>

Pakistan Army Chief makes veiled attack on India

13 Jun 2015

Islamabad: In a veiled attack on India, Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif today accused it of 'creating instability' through ceasefire violations and supporting militancy in different areas of the country.

Pakistani army chief,   General Raheel Sharif,   Militancy,   Indo Pak relation,   CPCEC,   Islamabad,   Latest World News,  
Indian-Americans <strong>made</strong> it to the state legislatures

Indian-Americans made it to the state legislatures

05 Nov 2014

Washington: Several Indian-Americans, who were in the fray this year for the crucial US elections, managed to win their respective seats with South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley and California Attorney General Kamala Harris leading the list by getting elected for a second consecutive time.

Indian-American,   US elections,   South Carolina,   Governor Nikki Haley,  California Attorney General,   Kamala Harris,   Republican Haley,   Colorado,   Republican Janak Joshi,   Republican Niraj Antani,  
Tension mounts in Haiti as clock ticks on electoral impasse

Tension mounts in Haiti as clock ticks on electoral impasse

10 Dec 2014

Miami/Port-au-Prince: The Obama administration and the United Nations are pressuring Haiti's government to resolve a long-festering dispute over postponed elections in the face of anti-government protests across the impoverished Caribbean country.

Obama administration,   United Nations,   Haiti government,   Caribbean country,  
Barack and Michelle Obama's romance <strong>made</strong> into movie

Barack and Michelle Obama's romance made into movie

07 Dec 2014

Los Angeles: A movie about the US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama is being developed.

US,   US President Barack Obama,   First Lady,   Michelle Obama,   Richard Tanne,   Tracey Bing,   Stephanie Allain,  Homegrown Pictures production ,  

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