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Pakistan Army taking steps against terrorism: US General

Pakistan Army taking steps against terrorism: US General

05 Mar 2015

Washington: The Pakistani Army appear to be taking meaningful steps to back up their words that they can no longer discriminate between "good and bad" terrorists after the recent Peshawar school attack, a top US general based in Kabul told lawmakers.

Pakistan Army,   Pakistan,   terrorism in Pakistan,   United States,   US,  
<strong>Five</strong> persons detected with swine flu virus in Assam

Five persons detected with swine flu virus in Assam

04 Mar 2015

Guwahati: Five persons have been found to be suffering from swine flu in Assam but their infection is not serious in nature, the state Assembly was informed on Wednesay.

Assam,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   State Assembly,   Assam Health Minister,   Nazrul Islam,   Assam Health Care,  
Censor Board clears 'Badmashiyaan' after <strong>five</strong> cuts

Censor Board clears 'Badmashiyaan' after five cuts

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Censor Board chops five swear words from Sharib Hashmi-starrer 'Badmashiyaan' for U/A certification

Indian Censor Board,   Badmashiyaan,   Sharib Hashmi,   U/A certification,   Dum Laga Ke Haisha,  
A R Rahman embarks on first US tour in <strong>five</strong> years

A R Rahman embarks on first US tour in five years

03 Mar 2015

Chennai: Oscar-winning composer A R Rahman is all set to start his three-month long North American tour from March 21.

A R Rahman,   Rahman's US tour,   Oscar winning composer,   A R Rahman concert,  
Congress appoints <strong>five</strong> new PCC chiefs

Congress appoints five new PCC chiefs

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In a major reshuffle ahead of possible elevation of Rahul Gandhi as party president at the AICC session next month, Congress on Monday appointed five new PCC chiefs and one regional Congress Committee President.

Congress,   PCC,   PCC chief,   Ashok Chavan,  
Smooth polls due to J&K people, security, <strong>Election</strong> Commission: Centre

Smooth polls due to J&K people, security, Election Commission: Centre

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As newly sworn-in Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's statement crediting "people from across the border" for conduct of Assembly polls triggered a controversy, the Centre on Monday maintained that it is people of the state, security forces and Election Commission, whose efforts should be given the credit.

Mufti controversial comments,   J&K Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Pakistan,   J&K assembly election,   Election Commission,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Manufacturing growth slips to <strong>five</strong> month low in February: HSBC

Manufacturing growth slips to five month low in February: HSBC

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Manufacturing growth slipped to a five-month low in February as the pace of order-flows slowed and companies also reduced their workforce numbers during the month, says an HSBC report.

HSBC,   PMI,   Manufacturing growth,   ,  
PFs to invest minimum <strong>five</strong> percent of funds in equity market: Finance Ministry

PFs to invest minimum five percent of funds in equity market: Finance Ministry

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In a market friendly move, the government will make it mandatory for non-government Provident Funds (PFs) to invest a minimum of 5 percent of their investible funds in equity or equity related instruments.

Provident Funds,   Pfs,   investible funds,   non government Provident Funds,   FinMin,   Finance Ministry,  
<strong>States</strong> unwilling to fix taxes, commission on foodgrains at 3-4 percent

States unwilling to fix taxes, commission on foodgrains at 3-4 percent

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: State governments have expressed their unwillingness to implement the Shanta Kumar-led FCI restructuring panel's recommendation to fix taxes and commission on foodgrains at 3-4 percent, a top Food Ministry official has said.

Food Corporation of India,   FCI,   foodgrains tax,   foodgrains commission,   Shanta Kumar,   Food Ministry,   National Food Security Act ,  
Philander absence may test depth, balance but not <strong>result</strong>

Philander absence may test depth, balance but not result

26 Feb 2015

Vernon Philander's hamstring injury will not only upset the balance of South Africa's attack against West Indies but also test their pace bowling depth when the two sides clash in their World Cup Pool B match in Sydney on Friday.

Vernon Philander,   South Africa cricket team,   West Indies cricket team,   ICC World Cup,  

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