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UN expresses concern over <strong>Ukraine</strong> conflict

UN expresses concern over Ukraine conflict

02 Mar 2015

Geneva: More than 6,000 people have died in the nearly one-year-old Ukraine conflict, the UN human rights office said and warned that "deliberate targeting" of civilians may constitute a "crime against humanity".

Ukraine crisis,   UN,   Ukraine conflict,   UN High Commissioner for Human Rights,   Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein ,  
Six more die of swine flu in Rajasthan; Government says no negligence

Six more die of swine flu in Rajasthan; Government says no negligence

02 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Six more deaths due to swine flu were reported in Rajasthan in the last 24 hours, taking the toll due to the H1N1 virus to 267, even as the state government assured that there has been no negligence in treatment by either doctors or para-medical staff at government hospitals.

Rajasthan,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Swine flu deaths,   State health Minister,   RS Rathore,  
Swine flu: Government hospitals equipped with stocks of drugs, says Puducherry government

Swine flu: Government hospitals equipped with stocks of drugs, says Puducherry government

02 Mar 2015

Puducherry: All Government hospitals and primary and community health centres in Puducherry is equipped with adequate stocks of medicines to handle cases of swine flu.

Puducherry,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Swine flu deaths,   Union Health Ministry,  
<strong>Ukraine</strong> leader says troop <strong>deaths</strong> 'serious breach' of truce

Ukraine leader says troop deaths 'serious breach' of truce

28 Feb 2015

Berlin: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has declared the killing of three government troops by pro-Moscow rebels a "serious breach of the ceasefire", during a telephone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, her office said.

Ukrainian President ,   Petro Poroshenko,   German Chancellor,   Angela Merkel,   UN ,  
Gas dispute with Russia not to affect Europe: <strong>Ukraine</strong>

Gas dispute with Russia not to affect Europe: Ukraine

28 Feb 2015

Kiev: Ukraine's state-run energy company Naftogaz said here on Friday that a fresh flare-up in the gas dispute between Kiev and Moscow will not harm gas supplies to Europe.

Gas dispute,   Russia,   Europe,   Ukraine,   Naftogaz,  
NDMC to install 'smart signages' for heritage sites, monuments

NDMC to install 'smart signages' for heritage sites, monuments

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Heritage sites and monuments which fall in areas under the jurisdiction of New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) will soon have 'smart signages' as part of the 'smart city' initiative.

New Delhi Municipal Council,   NDMC,   smart signages,   smart city initiative,   INTACH,  
West shows 'unwillingness' in <strong>Ukraine</strong> truce: Russian Foreign Minister

West shows 'unwillingness' in Ukraine truce: Russian Foreign Minister

26 Feb 2015

Moscow: Russia on Thursday  called Western threats of fresh sanctions against Moscow evidence that Washington and Brussels are not interested in the success of a troubled truce in Ukraine.

West,   ukraine crisis,   Russian Foreign Minister,   Russia,   ,  
Russia has lied about its activities in <strong>Ukraine</strong>: Kerry

Russia has lied about its activities in Ukraine: Kerry

25 Feb 2015

Washington: Accusing Russia of "lying" about its activities in Ukraine, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Moscow is engaged in the most overt and extensive propaganda exercise since the very height of the Cold War.

Russai,   US,   John Kerry,   Ukraine,  
John Kerry <strong>blasts</strong> Venezuela's 'egregious behaviour'

John Kerry blasts Venezuela's 'egregious behaviour'

26 Feb 2015

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry has blasted the Venezuelan government's "egregious behaviour" and promised the speedy implementation of recent sanctions against the crisis-hit country.

US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,   Venezuelan government,   US Senate Committee,  Venezuelan President,   Nicolas Maduro,   Venezuelan oil,  
<strong>Ukraine</strong> disputes rebel claim that weapons pullback begins

Ukraine disputes rebel claim that weapons pullback begins

25 Feb 2015

Ilovaysk (Ukraine): Russian-backed separatists moved some heavy weapons well back from the front line in eastern Ukraine, but the Ukrainian government disputed the rebels' claim that a real pullback had begun.

Ukraine disputes,   weapons pullback,   Ukrainian government,   Russian,   Ukrainian Foreign Minister,   Pavlo Klimkin ,  

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