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Judge Orders State <strong>Department</strong> To Review 14,900 Hillary Clinton's Emails

Judge Orders State Department To Review 14,900 Hillary Clinton's Emails

23 Aug 2016

Washington: A judge ordered the US State Department on Monday to review for possible release 14,900 of Hillary Clinton's emails and attachments that the FBI found when investigating her use of a private email server as secretary of state.

hillary clinton,   clinton emails,   US President,   US Presidential nomination,   FBI,   Hillary clinton private emails,   world news,  
Italy Earthquake: Number Of Deaths Rises To 247, Many Still Under Rubble

Italy Earthquake: Number Of Deaths Rises To 247, Many Still Under Rubble

25 Aug 2016

Rome: The number of people killed in the earthquake that devastated parts of central Italy on Wednesday rose to 247 on Thursday morning, regional and national officials said. The Civil Protection department in Rome said a tally by local officials showed that 190 people were killed Rieti province and 57 in the province of Ascoli Piceno.

Italy Earthquake,   Number Of Deaths in Earthquake,   Quake at central Italy,   Civil Protection department in Rome,   Rieti,   Latest World News ,  
Wi-Fi Facility On Flights In Indian Airspace Soon, Says Top Aviation Officer

Wi-Fi Facility On Flights In Indian Airspace Soon, Says Top Aviation Officer

25 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Fliers may soon be able to use Wi-Fi facility when they are on flights in the Indian airspace, with the government on Wednesday indicating that a decision is likely in the coming days.

Wi Fi facility on flights,   Wi Fi in Indian airspace,   Wi Fi,   government on Wi fi,   Aviation Department,   Latest Nation News,  
After PM Modi, US Also Rakes Up Balochistan And Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir

After PM Modi, US Also Rakes Up Balochistan And Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir

24 Aug 2016

Washington: After Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stern warning to Pakistan over severe human rights violations in Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), the US also shared its concern over the entire matter. The State Department in a clear message to Pakistan said that it is concerned about human rights situation in both the regions.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Pakistan,   human rights violations in Balochistan,   Pakistan occupied Kashmir,   PoK,   USA,   State Department,  
Four Killed, 190 Pagodas Destroyed In Myanmar Earthquake

Four Killed, 190 Pagodas Destroyed In Myanmar Earthquake

25 Aug 2016

Yangon: A 6.8-magnitude powerful earthquake, which shook Myanmar on Wednesday, killed at least four people and damaged 190 ancient famous pagodas in Bagan-Nyaung Oo region and Rakhine state, official report said on Thursday.

Pagodas,   Myanmar Earthquake,   Yangon,   earthquake,   Myanmar,   Bagan-Nyaung Oo,   Rakhine state,   Pakkoku township,   Magway region,   Yenanchaung township,   Bangladesh,   Kolkata,  Indian Meteorological Department,   Latest World News,  
DoT Secretary to discus call drop, policy reforms with CEOs

DoT Secretary to discus call drop, policy reforms with CEOs

07 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Telecom Secretary J S Deepak will deliberate on the problem of call drop, investments in the sector and ongoing policy reforms with CEOs of service providers on June 10.

Telecom Secretary,   J S Deepak,   India Satcom,   Telecom Minister,   Ravi Shankar Prasad,   Department of Telecom,   Telecom Regulatory Authority of India,   Technology news,  
Government Does Not Work With Bias:  Union Minister Manoj Sinha To Sparring <strong>Telecom</strong> companies

Government Does Not Work With Bias: Union Minister Manoj Sinha To Sparring Telecom companies

13 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Government on Friday assured telecom operators of working without any bias as a section of players met Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha to express concerns over the regulator Trai's "unfair" policies.

Government,   Union Minister,   Manoj Sinha,   Telecom companies,   telecom operators,   Telecom,   Latest Business News,  
Official's Half-Day Leave To Meet Depressed Son Cancelled, Son Ends Life

Official's Half-Day Leave To Meet Depressed Son Cancelled, Son Ends Life

20 Aug 2016

Mumbai: In a tragic incident, a state Agriculture Department official's pleas for a half-day leave to attend his depressed son were turned down by his superior who nudged the official to continue working, following which the boy allegedly committed suicide.

Suicide,   Son Ends Life,   Agriculture Department,   Maharashtra government,   Joint Secretary Rajesh Ghadge,   Navi Mumbai,   Additional Chief Secretary,   Minister for Agriculture,   Pandurang Phundkar,   Latest State News,  
<strong>Telecom</strong> Subscriber Base Declines By 1.26 Million

Telecom Subscriber Base Declines By 1.26 Million

30 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Telecom subscriber base declined by 1.26 million in May to 1,058.03 million after Videocon shut its mobile business and Reliance Communications disconnected CDMA customers from its network.

Telecom subscriber base,   Videocon,   Mobile business,   Reliance Communications,   CDMA customers,   Telecom,   Latest Busniness News,  
TRAI Moots <strong>Telecom</strong> Ombudsman To Resolve Consumer Complaints

TRAI Moots Telecom Ombudsman To Resolve Consumer Complaints

29 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Telecom regulator TRAI on Thursday sought public opinion on setting up of an ombudsman in the sector, for speedy resolution of rising subscriber complaints over issues such as wrong billing and poor service quality.

TRAI,   Telecom Ombudsman,   Consumer Complaints,   Telecom regulator,   Ombudsman,   wrong billing,   Telecom,   Latest Business News,  

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