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Singapore bans <strong>liquor</strong> sales,consumption at public places at night

Singapore bans liquor sales,consumption at public places at night

01 Apr 2015

Singapore: Singapore on Wednesday banned the sale and consumption of liquor in public places during night, a first-of-its-kind restriction enforced in the country which witnessed the worst street violence in 40 years by South Asian workers who were under the influence of alcohol.

Singapore bans liquor,   liquor sales,   liquor consumption,   public places,  
US eyes making ties with <strong>India</strong> stronger

US eyes making ties with India stronger

16 Apr 2016

Washington: Reaffirming that its ties with India are "very strong", the US has said it wants to further strengthen the "valued" bilateral relationship in areas across all sectors including defence.

United States,   India,   PM Modi,   John Kirby,  Ashton Carter,   World news,  
Rare Imperial photos, miniatures, jewelery at London <strong>sale</strong>

Rare Imperial photos, miniatures, jewelery at London sale

06 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A Mughal-era manuscript filled with Indian miniatures discovered locked up in a cupboard inside a rural England castle is now up for sale at Sotheby's upcoming auction in London.

London sale,   Indian artifacts,   Art of Imperial India,   India Islamic Week,   ,  
Peace talks with <strong>India</strong> to go ahead: Pakistan

Peace talks with India to go ahead: Pakistan

15 Apr 2016

Islamabad: The Pakistani foreign office has rejected a notion that the peace process between Islamabad and India was suspended, saying it remained engaged with New Delhi.

Indo Pak talks,   India,   Pakistan,   PM Modi,   Nawaz Sharif,   Indo Pak relationa,   World News,  
'Dialogue' is the best option between Pakistan, <strong>India</strong>: Official

'Dialogue' is the best option between Pakistan, India: Official

15 Apr 2016

Islamabad: Dialogue is the best option between Pakistan and India and the two sides should not think in terms "foreclosing any options", a top Pakistani official said yesterday.

Pakistan,   India,   Indo Pak relations,   Pathankot terror attack,   Pathankot,   Joint investigation team,   latest World News,  
<strong>India</strong> assures investors of predictable policies

India assures investors of predictable policies

01 Apr 2016

Melbourne: India today said it will follow predictable policies and address various investor issues including taxation, while inviting Future Fund, Australia's Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF), and others to invest in the country.

Indian Taxation Policy,   Taxation Policy in India,   Sovereign Wealth Fund,   SWF,   Arun Jaitley,   Latest World News ,  
Pakistan not taking action against LeT, JeM, says United States

Pakistan not taking action against LeT, JeM, says United States

03 Jun 2016

Washington: Pakistan has not taken "sufficient action" against terror groups like LeT and JeM, blamed for attacks in India, the US has said while noting that these outfits continue to operate, train, organise and fundraise in that country.

Pakistan,   United States,   Barack Obama,   Terrorist group,   Terrorist in India,   Tehrik-e Taliban,   Lashkar-e-Taiba,   Jamaat-ud-Dawa,   Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation,   World news ,  
Donald Trump uses fake accent to mock call center in <strong>India</strong>

Donald Trump uses fake accent to mock call center in India

23 Apr 2016

Washington: Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump has used fake Indian accent to mock a call center representative in India.

Donald Trump,   Trump on call center,   Indian call center,   US Presidential race,   US polls,   World news,  
Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

Teen arrested over clock to move to Qatar for studies

21 Oct 2015

Houston: A Muslim teenager arrested in the US for bringing to school a homemade clock that was mistaken for a bomb is moving to Qatar for studies, his family has said, a day after he met President Barack Obama.

Ahmed Mohamed,   Teen arrested in US,   Teen made Homemade Clock,   Latest World News,  
Ready to discuss arms control measures with <strong>India</strong>: Pakistan

Ready to discuss arms control measures with India: Pakistan

07 Apr 2016

Islamabad: Pakistan today said it is ready to discuss arms control and restraint measures with India to avoid unnecessary arms race in the region, days after US President Barack Obama asked both nations to reduce their nuclear arsenal.

Pakistan,   India,   United States of America,   Barack Obama,  Nuclear arsenal,   Nafees Zakaria,   Latest world news,  

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