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US shouldn't sell nuclear armed fighter jets to Pakistan: Newt Gingrich

US shouldn't sell nuclear armed fighter jets to Pakistan: Newt Gingrich

18 Nov 2015

Washington: With the Obama Administration contemplating selling F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the top Republican leadership has expressed concern over it and said the US should not sell nuclear armed fighter jets to Pakistan.

US Nuclear deal with Pakistan,   Sale of F 16 to Pakistan,   Newt Gingrich,   Barack Obama,   F 16 fighter jets,   Latest World News,  
<strong>India</strong> under threat of militant group, says UAE

India under threat of militant group, says UAE

08 Feb 2016

Abu Dhabi: Warning that India is not immune to the threat from militant group, the UAE, which has deported about a dozen Indians with suspected links to the terror group, said today that its anti-terror cooperation with India is going to get 'more institutionalised'.

India threat from militant group,   india immune to militant group,   India not immune to ISIS,   India ISIS threat,   UAE,   Latest World News,  
Pak investigation team likely to visit <strong>India</strong> in probe of Pathankot attack

Pak investigation team likely to visit India in probe of Pathankot attack

20 Feb 2016

Islamabad: A team of Pakistani investigators is likely to visit India next month for collecting evidence relating to alleged involvement of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) terrorists in the Pathankot airbase attack, the media reported today.

Pakistan investigation team,   Pathankot attack,   Pathankot terror attack,   Pakistan investigation team in India,   Latest world News,  
<strong>India</strong> <strong>made</strong> progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

India made progress in fighting child deaths, malnutrition; short of goals: UN

17 Sep 2014

United Nations: India has made progress on the twin fronts of reducing hunger and child mortality but is still short of development goals, two international reports say. Fewer Indian children under five are dying, with infant mortality rate coming down from 126 per 1,000 in 1990 to 53 last year, a UN report released in New York said.

United Nations,   hunger,   child mortality,   child mortality in India,   Food Security Act,  
<strong>India</strong> to file appeal in Lanka Supreme Court to bring back fishermen

India to file appeal in Lanka Supreme Court to bring back fishermen

11 Nov 2014

Nay Pyi Taw: India on Tuesday said it will file an appeal in the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka to bring back the five Indian fishermen on death row in the country for alleged drug smuggling.

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White House invites teen arrested for making homemade clock

White House invites teen arrested for making homemade clock

17 Sep 2015

Washington: A 14-year-old Muslim boy, who was detained after his homemade clock was mistaken to be a bomb, has been applauded and invited by the White House, Facebook and Google for his innovation.

Muslim boy arrested,   Home made clock,   Bomb,   Obama,   White House Invitation,   Google,   Mark Zuckerberg Facebook,   Latest World News,  
Nepal not playing 'China card' against <strong>India</strong>: K P Oli

Nepal not playing 'China card' against India: K P Oli

18 Feb 2016

Kathmandu: Nepal is not playing the 'China card' against India, Prime Minister K P Oli said today, on the eve of his fence-mending India visit during which many agreements are expected to be signed.

India,   Nepal,   China,   K P Oli,   PM Modi,   Latest World news,  
Nepal Army seeks two choppers from <strong>India</strong> at subsidised price

Nepal Army seeks two choppers from India at subsidised price

09 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Nepal has sought to acquire two advanced light helicopters (ALHs) from India on subsidized price and New Delhi has taken the request positively, Foreign Ministry sources here said on Tuesday.

Nepal Army,   advanced light helicopters,   Foreign Ministry,   HAL-made Dhruv choppers,   Bilateral Consultative Group,  
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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Millions die from air pollution, mainly in China, <strong>India</strong>

Millions die from air pollution, mainly in China, India

13 Feb 2016

Washington: Air pollution kills more than 5.5 million people around the world each year, with over half of those deaths occurring in fast-growing China and India, researchers said today.

Air pollution,   Pollution in China,   Pollution in India,   Pollution,   Latest World News,  

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