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As Baghdad lifts curfew, bombs are reminder of <strong>country</strong> at war

As Baghdad lifts curfew, bombs are reminder of country at war

08 Feb 2015

Bagdad: Five blasts across Baghdad on Saturday tempered Iraqis' anticipation of a more relaxed and accessible capital as the government prepared to lift a night-time curfew that has kept the city on a war-time footing for more than a decade.

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<strong>India</strong>, Tunisia vow to combat terror

India, Tunisia vow to combat terror

03 Jun 2016

Tunis: India and Tunisia have decided to enhance cooperation in combating terrorism with Vice President Hamid Ansari saying successfully dealing with such threats requires strong collaboration among "like-minded partners".

India,   Tunisia,   Terror,   Tunisian Prime Minister,   Habib Essid,   Vice President,   Hamid Ansari,   World news,  
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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Burundi election body's vice president flees <strong>country</strong> ahead of polls

Burundi election body's vice president flees country ahead of polls

30 May 2015

Bujumbura: The vice president of Burundi's election commission has fled the country ahead of the poll, sources said today, amid a political crisis triggered by President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to run for a third term.

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Police raids Rajapaksa's <strong>country</strong> home in Sri Lanka

Police raids Rajapaksa's country home in Sri Lanka

20 Jan 2015

Colombo: Embattled former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa's country home in the southern province has been raided by police who were looking for a luxury sports car but the search drew a blank.

Mahinda Rajapaksa,   Sri Lanka,   Rajapaksa country home,   police raid ,  
Police raids Rajapaksa's <strong>country</strong> home in Sri Lanka

Police raids Rajapaksa's country home in Sri Lanka

20 Jan 2015

Colombo: Embattled former Sri Lankan president Mahinda Rajapaksa's country home in the southern province has been raided by police who were looking for a luxury sports car but the search drew a blank.  

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Uranium <strong>sale</strong>: Australia says cases of <strong>India</strong>, Pak different

Uranium sale: Australia says cases of India, Pak different

18 May 2012

Amid Pakistan's demand that it be given access to Australian uranium for which India has been granted green light, Australia has said it believes Islamabad is not eligible to buy the yellow cake from it.

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'Spy' drone shot down by Pakistan along LoC <strong>made</strong> in China, says Chinese state media

'Spy' drone shot down by Pakistan along LoC made in China, says Chinese state media

18 Jul 2015

Beijing: In an embarrassing disclosure for Pakistan, Chinese official media today reported that the 'spy' drone Pakistani army shot down along the LoC, claiming it belonged to Indian security forces, was made in China.

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Australia's ruling Labor okays uranium <strong>sale</strong> to <strong>India</strong>

Australia's ruling Labor okays uranium sale to India

04 Dec 2011

Australia's ruling Labor party on Sunday backed Prime Minister Julia Gillard's bold move to overturn a longstanding ban on uranium sale to India, paving the way for removal of a major irritant in bilateral ties.

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<strong>India</strong> <strong>made</strong> 76-carat diamond set to fetch USD 15 million at auction

India made 76-carat diamond set to fetch USD 15 million at auction

14 Oct 2012

A 400-year-old historic 76-carat Archduke Joseph diamond which originated from India is expected to sell for a whopping USD 15 million at an auction next month in Geneva.

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