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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 ,  
Bangladesh Hindus say they live in 'constant fear', want Modi to take it up

Bangladesh Hindus say they live in 'constant fear', want Modi to take it up

06 Jun 2015

Dhaka: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here on a two-day visit, Bangladesh's Hindu community today said they live in "constant fear of persecution" by the religious fundamentalists and wanted the Indian leader to take note of this and raise it with the Bangladeshi leadership.

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 ,  
<strong>India</strong> seeks UN intervention on Lakhvi's release

India seeks UN intervention on Lakhvi's release

02 May 2015

United Nations: India has sought UN's intervention in the release of Mumbai terror attack mastermind and LeT commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, saying it was in violation of the norms of the global body and it should raise the matter with Pakistan.

India,   UN intervention,   Lakhvis release,   LeT commander,   Zaki ur Rehman Lakhvi,   UNO,   Asoke Mukherjee,   Latest World News ,  
Dubai delegation visits <strong>India</strong> to boost <strong>India</strong>-UAE ties

Dubai delegation visits India to boost India-UAE ties

20 Apr 2015

Dubai: Aiming to strengthen trade partnership between India and the UAE, a high-profile delegation from Dubai visited Mumbai to explore and identify new investment opportunities to boost economic ties between the two nations.

Dubai,   India,   India-UAE ties,   India-UAE trade partnership,   new investment opportunities,   latest world news,  
<strong>India</strong> 'a life saver', say Nepal earthquake survivors

India 'a life saver', say Nepal earthquake survivors

01 May 2015

Narayan Ghat: Nepal's quake survivors are grateful to India for its prompt response and have described it as "a life saver".

Nepal earthquake,   Nepal survivors,   Nepal rescue operations,   India Nepal relation,   Indian Army ,  
 <strong>Made</strong> all out efforts to avoid execution of Australian drug traffickers in Indonesia: PM Tony Abbott

Made all out efforts to avoid execution of Australian drug traffickers in Indonesia: PM Tony Abbott

05 Feb 2015

Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he had done all he could to save the lives of two of his citizens facing imminent execution in Indonesia on Thursday, as their lawyers admitted the situation was "bleak".

Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   Indonesia,   death row inmates,  
PM Modi thanks Sheikh Hasina for warm welcome, says visit will strengthen ties

PM Modi thanks Sheikh Hasina for warm welcome, says visit will strengthen ties

06 Jun 2015

Dhaka: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his two-day 'historic' visit to Bangladesh will 'strengthen ties' between the two neighbouring countries. In a tweet, Modi thanked Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for the warm welcome.

Narendra Modi,   Modi Bangladesh visit,   India Bangladesh relation,   Modi Twitter,   Sheikh Hasina,  
<strong>India</strong> asks its citizens in Nepal not to panic

India asks its citizens in Nepal not to panic

28 Apr 2015

Kathmandu: India has asked its citizens in Nepal not to panic in the wake of the devastating quake, saying an evacuation process is in place and the situation is improving.

India,   Nepal,   quake relief,   Earthquake in Nepal,   Earthquake,   After shocks,   Nepal rescue operation,   relief operations in Nepal,   Sushil Koirala,   Nepal PM,   Latest news on Nepal earthquake,  
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.

Lima,   climate summit,   co2,  
8 militants jailed for attack on Malala secretly acquitted

8 militants jailed for attack on Malala secretly acquitted

05 Jun 2015

London: As many as eight of the 10 men jailed for the 2012 assassination attempt on Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenage child rights activist who last year won the Nobel Peace Prize, have been set free, raising suspicion over the validity of the secret trial, a media report said today.

Malala,   Malala Yousafzai,   Nobel Peace Prize,   Pakistani Taliban militants,   Terrorism,   Latest India news,  

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