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Kerry in Indonesia seeking Asian support <strong>against</strong> Islamic state

Kerry in Indonesia seeking Asian support against Islamic state

20 Oct 2014

JAKARTA : U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Indonesia for Joko Widodo's presidential inauguration on Monday, seeking more help from Southeast Asian leaders in the U.S.-led effort against Islamic State in the Middle East.

USA,   US Secretary of State,   John Kerry,   Bilateral Meetings,   Jakarta,   Indonesia,   Indonesian President,   Joko Widodo,   Islamic States,  Ebola,   Asian Allies,  
Rupee gains 25 paise <strong>against</strong> dollar in morning trade

Rupee gains 25 paise against dollar in morning trade

20 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The rupee strengthened by 25 paise to 61.19 against the dollar in early trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange today on increased selling of US currency by exporters and banks amidst oil and gas reforms announced by the government.

Rupee,   paise,   dollar,   trade,   market,   asian market,   economy,  
Coal scam: CBI registers case <strong>against</strong> Jindal Steel & Power

Coal scam: CBI registers case against Jindal Steel & Power

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A case of alleged cheating and corruption has been registered by CBI against Jindal Steel and Power company relating to the probe into coal blocks allocated during 1993-2005 period.

Cheating,   Corruption,   CBI,   Jindal Steel,   Jindal Power,   Coal blocks,   Coal scam,   Coalgate,  
EC 'censures' Raj Thackeray over his reported remarks <strong>against</strong> non-Maharashtrians

EC 'censures' Raj Thackeray over his reported remarks against non-Maharashtrians

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Election Commission on Sunday "censured" Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray for his reported remarks against non-Maharashtrians and asked him to be more circumspect in his public utterances in the future.

Election Commission,   Maharashtra Navnirman Sena,   MNS,   Raj Thackeray,   Non-Maharashtrians,   Marathi,   Maharashtra elections,   Assembly elections ,  
Poll results 'anti-incumbency vote' <strong>against</strong> Congress: CPI

Poll results 'anti-incumbency vote' against Congress: CPI

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: CPI termed the election results in Maharashtra and Haryana as "anti-incumbency vote" against Congress and not a "wave" in favour of Narendra Modi or BJP.

CPI,   Assembly election,   Election results,   Maharashtra results,   Haryana results,   Anti-incumbency,   Congress,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,  
SC asks AIIMS to examine medical condition of <strong>Asaram</strong>

SC asks AIIMS to examine medical condition of Asaram

15 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed AIIMS Director to set up a medical board to review medical reports and if required clinically examine self-styled godman Asaram Bapu to ascertain whether interim bail should be granted to him in the Jodhpur rape case.

SC,   AIIMS,   medical condition,   Asaram Bapu,   Supreme Court,   Jodhpur,   rape,   sexual exploitation,   minor girl,   ashram,  
Pakistan names 16-member Test team <strong>against</strong> Australia

Pakistan names 16-member Test team against Australia

19 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistani selectors on Saturday decided to preserve the tall left-arm pace bowler Muhammad Irfan for next year's World Cup and decided against including him for the Test series against Australia.

Pakistan,   Australia,   16-member,   Test team,   Mohammed Irfan,   World Cup,  
Taylor to miss ODI series <strong>against</strong> South Africa

Taylor to miss ODI series against South Africa

18 Oct 2014

Wellington: Former New Zealand captain and star batsman Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the three-match One-Day International (ODI) home series against South Africa, starting 21st October, due to a calf injury.

New Zealand,   New Zealand star captain,   Ross Taylor,   England Vs South Africa ODI series,   Test Match,   ,  
Lal Thanhawla warns <strong>against</strong> racial attacks on Northeast people

Lal Thanhawla warns against racial attacks on Northeast people

18 Oct 2014

Guwahati : Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla today warned that repeated racial attacks on people from the Northeast in other parts of India might lead to spread of communalism and rise of secessionism in the region.

Mizoram Chief Minister,   Lal Thanhawla,   Racial attacks,   Northeast People,  
Trade unions to hold joint protest <strong>against</strong> labour laws reforms

Trade unions to hold joint protest against labour laws reforms

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: All central trade unions will hold a nationwide stir on December 5 to protest against the labour reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi government.

Trade unions,   joint protest,   labour laws reforms,   central trade unions,   December 5,   Narendra Modi government,   Gurudas Dasgupta,   Shramev Jayate,  

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