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Pakistan <strong>appoints</strong> new chief of air force

Pakistan appoints new chief of air force

18 Mar 2015

Islamabad: Air Marshal Sohail Aman, an accomplished fighter pilot, was on Wednesday appointed as the chief of Pakistan Air Force.

new Pakistan air force Chief,   Air Marshal Sohail Aman,   Pakistan appoints new air force Chief ,  
India <strong>under</strong> PM Modi's stewardship driving energy across South Asia: US

India under PM Modi's stewardship driving energy across South Asia: US

25 Mar 2015

Washington: US on Wednesday said India's resurgence under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was driving energy and optimism across South Asia and the two countries were now "indispensable partners" in promoting peace and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.

Narendra Modi,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Indo Pacific region,   US,   United States,   Indo US relations,   India US ties,   South Asia,  
Netanyahu begins talks to form new Israeli <strong>government</strong>

Netanyahu begins talks to form new Israeli government

26 Mar 2015

Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday began negotiations for the formation of the next government, a process that will continue at best until the second half of April.

Benjamin Netanyahu,  Talks,   New Israeli government,   Israel,   Delegates,   Likud Party,  
 Decision on Sri Lankan national anthem in Tamil comes <strong>under</strong> attack

Decision on Sri Lankan national anthem in Tamil comes under attack

21 Mar 2015

Colombo: A decision by President Maithripala Sirisena to allow the singing of the Sri Lankan national anthem in Tamil has sparked a row, with the move coming under attack from his own Sri Lankan Freedom Party (SLFP).

Sri Lanka,   national anthem,   Sri Lankan national anthem,   Sri Lanka Prime Minister,  
German <strong>government</strong> sends minister, experts to French plane crash site

German government sends minister, experts to French plane crash site

24 Mar 2015

Berlin: The German government said on Tuesday it was sending air safety experts and its transport minister to the site of a plane crash in France involving GermanWings and the foreign minister said his thoughts were with victims' relatives.

French plane crash,   German government,   minister,   experts,   GermanWings ,  
Liberia reports first Ebola infection in a month: <strong>Government</strong>

Liberia reports first Ebola infection in a month: Government

21 Mar 2015

Monrovia: Liberia has said, a patient in the capital has tested positive for Ebola, more than a month after the last new case of the disease was registered.

Liberia,   Ebola infection,   Ebola virus,   Liberia Ebola patient,   Liberia Ebola case,  
Sri Lanka <strong>appoints</strong> new Army chief; reinstates Fonseka loyalists

Sri Lanka appoints new Army chief; reinstates Fonseka loyalists

20 Feb 2015

Colombo: Major General Chrishantha de Silva was on Friday appointed as the new Sri Lankan Army chief by President Maithripala Sirisena, who also reinstated several loyalists of former army chief Sarath Fonseka.

Sri Lanka,   Sri Lanka army chief,   Chrishantha de Silva ,   new Sri Lankan army chief,  
New Indian <strong>government</strong> should continue policies like MGNREGS: ILO

New Indian government should continue policies like MGNREGS: ILO

20 Jan 2015

Geneva: India should continue its social policies like the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS), the head of the ILO said, describing such measures as a "remarkable positive" trend in reaching the most distressed sections of the society.

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme,   MGNREGS,   International Labour Organisation,   ILO,  
Former Thai Premier indicted over money-losing rice subsidy <strong>scheme</strong>

Former Thai Premier indicted over money-losing rice subsidy scheme

19 Feb 2015

Bangkok: Thailand's former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra was on Thursday indicted for negligence in overseeing a controversial rice subsidy programme that lost billions of dollars and resulted in the country temporarily losing its crown as the world's top rice exporter to India.

former Thai PM,   Yingluck Shinawatra,   rice subsidy scheme,   money losing,  
Obama <strong>appoints</strong> Indian-American Ajay Banga to key administrative post

Obama appoints Indian-American Ajay Banga to key administrative post

06 Feb 2015

Washington: United States President Barack Obama has appointed top Indian-American executive Ajay Banga to a key administrative position tasked with providing policy advice on international trade matters.

Barack Obama,   Ajay Banga,   Indian American administrator,   US President,   White House,   US India Business Council,   Trade Policy and Negotiations,  

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