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Militants changing tactics to sneak into India: Army

Militants changing tactics to sneak into India: Army

17 Dec 2014

Jammu: Asserting that militants are desperate to disrupt peace in Jammu and Kashmir, a top Army commander said that suicide attacks in the border areas are aimed to sneak militants in the state.

Militants ,   suicide attacks,   Indian Army,   attacks in border areas ,   attack near International Border,  
Three militant factions claim Pakistan's <strong>suicide</strong> attack at Wagah Border

Three militant factions claim Pakistan's suicide attack at Wagah Border

03 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Three militant factions, including splinter groups of the Taliban, have separately claimed responsibility for the suicide attack that took place after the popular flag-lowering ceremony at Wagah in Pakistan.

Wagah border,   Wagah suicide bombing,   Pakistan,   India,   militant,   suicide attack,   Taliban ,  
India, Pakistan call off border ritual after <strong>suicide</strong> bomb

India, Pakistan call off border ritual after suicide bomb

03 Nov 2014

Wagah: India and Pakistan have suspended a daily military ritual on their main land border crossing after a suicide attack that killed dozens of people, the first time the colourful parade has been called off since the two countries went to war in 1971.

India,   Pakistan,   border ritual,   suicide bomb,   parade,   Wagah border,   Wagah suicide bombing,  
US man loses cell phone in grain pit, gets it back from Japan

US man loses cell phone in grain pit, gets it back from Japan

10 Jul 2014

New York: Nine months after a US farmer lost his cell phone in a grain pit in Oklahoma, he has got it back from Japan. Kevin Whitney’s cell phone fell into over 127,000 kilograms of grain when he bent to inspect a grain pit in Chickasha. And then it went up an elevator, buried in tonnes of granules.

Japan,   US farmer,   lost phone,   Oklahoma,   Kashima,  
App to help curb youth <strong>suicide</strong>

App to help curb youth suicide

08 Sep 2014

Sydney: Australian researchers are developing a smartphone app to stop the escalating rate of indigenous youth suicide.

Apple iPhone,   Android smartphone app,   Google's android market,   suicide,   youth suicide,   ,  
52 killed, 200 hurt in <strong>suicide</strong> attack at Wagah border in Pakistan

52 killed, 200 hurt in suicide attack at Wagah border in Pakistan

02 Nov 2014

Lahore: At least 52 people, including children and security personnel, were killed and about 200 others injured in a powerful suicide blast in Pakistan at Wagah on Sunday, minutes after the popular flag-lowering ceremony at the Indo-Pak border.

suicide blast in Pakistan,   Blast at Wagah border,   flag-lowering ceremony at Indo-Pak border,   ,  
T'gana CM orders release of Rs 404.58 cr for farmers' subsidy

T'gana CM orders release of Rs 404.58 cr for farmers' subsidy

12 Aug 2014

Hyderabad: Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Tuesday ordered the release of Rs 404.58 crore towards input subsidy to farmers whose crops were damaged due to different natural calamities from 2009-10 to 2014.

Telangana,   K Chandrasekhar Rao,   Farmer Subsidy,   Subsidy released,  
Kabul police chief survives assassination attempt

Kabul police chief survives assassination attempt

09 Nov 2014

Kabul: A suicide bomber infiltrated police headquarters in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday morning and blew himself up in an apparent attempt to assassinate the city's police chief, killing one senior police officer and wounding at least seven others, officials said.

Kabul,  Kabul Police,   Kabul Police Chief,   Suicide Bomber,  Assasination attempt ,  
Maharashtra seeks Rs 4,500 cr package from Centre to help farmers

Maharashtra seeks Rs 4,500 cr package from Centre to help farmers

03 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Concerned over the recent farmer suicides, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has said his government is working round-the-clock to mitigate their hardships and has sought a Rs 4,500 crore financial package from the Centre to provide them necessary assistance.

Devendra Fadnavis,   farmers suicide,   farming sector in Maharashtra,   Farmers in Maharashtra,   Agriculture,   Indian Agriculture,  
One dead as <strong>suicide</strong> blast targets NATO convoy in Kabul

One dead as suicide blast targets NATO convoy in Kabul

13 Oct 2014

Kabul: A suicide bomber targeted an NATO convoy in Afghanistan's capital Kabul on Monday, killing an Afghan civilian but causing no casualties among foreign troops, officials said.

NATO,   Kabul,   International Security Assistance Force,   ISAF,   Kabul President,   Ashraf Ghani,  

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