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US calls for more investment-friendly Indian <strong>government</strong>

US calls for more investment-friendly Indian government

17 Apr 2014

Washington: United States on Wednesday urged the Indian government that emerges from ongoing elections to follow economic policies that encourage investment, saying Washington would like to see bilateral trade grow to $500 billion a year.

investment in India,   new government in India,   Government of India,   India-US relation,   BJP,   foreign investment,  
 NDA govt would create investment-friendly environment: BJP leader

NDA govt would create investment-friendly environment: BJP leader

14 Apr 2014

Washington: A BJP-led NDA government would be ‘stronger, decisive, transparent and predictable’, which would create an investment-friendly environment, according to a senior party leader.

BJP,   NDA government,   BJP-led NDA government,   Ami Bera,   Narendra Modi,  
UNICEF <strong>appoints</strong> soccer star Lewandowski as Goodwill Ambassador

UNICEF appoints soccer star Lewandowski as Goodwill Ambassador

04 Mar 2014

Warsaw: Robert Lewandowski, who played for the Polish national team, on Monday joined the elite group of United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Goodwill Ambassadors.

Robert Lewandowski,   Polish national team,   UNICEF,   Marek Krupinski,  
 Several Chinese cities reel <strong>under</strong> smog

Several Chinese cities reel under smog

22 Feb 2014

Beijing:  Smog continued to blanket China's north and central regions for the third day on Saturday, prompting the National Meteorological Centre (NMC) to issue a yellow alert for air pollution.

China smog,   China pollution,   China air pollution,   Smog alert,   Smog alert in China ,  
UK scraps visa bond <strong>scheme</strong> ahead of Cameron's visit to India

UK scraps visa bond scheme ahead of Cameron's visit to India

04 Nov 2013

London: In a major relief for travelers from Asia and Africa, the UK has scrapped its controversial 3,000-pound "security bond" for some "high-risk" foreign visitors, including those from India.

UK visa bond scheme,   David Cameron,   British Home Office,   Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting,   Manmohan Singh,   Commonwealth Affairs,  
UN <strong>appoints</strong> Swiss as top relief official for Somalia

UN appoints Swiss as top relief official for Somalia

01 Jan 2014

Nairobi: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Philippe Lazzarini of Switzerland as his deputy special representative as well as resident and humanitarian coordinator in Somalia.

Somalia,   United Nations,   Ban Ki-moon,   Philippe Lazzarini,   UN Development Program,  
New Zealand <strong>under</strong> pressure to act against Sri Lanka

New Zealand under pressure to act against Sri Lanka

11 Nov 2013

Wellington: Kiwi Prime Minister John Key was under growing pressure on Monday to take action against Sri Lanka as lawmakers from New Zealand and Australia were briefly detained by Sri Lankan officials while on a fact-finding mission over the weekend.

John Key,   New Zealand Prime Minister,   CHOGM,   Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting,   Jan Logie,  
Pakistan Parliament moves to bring ISI <strong>under</strong> civilian control

Pakistan Parliament moves to bring ISI under civilian control

04 Nov 2013

Islamabad: In a bid to bring Pakistan's powerful ISI under civilian control, the Senate has recommended an effective role of Parliament in monitoring it while giving the spy agency power to arrest and detain.

Pakistan Parliament,   ISI,   Pakistan spy agency,   Pakistan government,   Pakistan civilian control,  
Voting begins in Maldives parliamentary polls amid controversy

Voting begins in Maldives parliamentary polls amid controversy

22 Mar 2014

Male: Parliamentary elections got under way in Maldives on Saturday despite the island nation's new President expressing doubts over whether the vote can be conducted, officials said.

Maldives,   Maldives Parliamentary elections,   Maldives polls,   Maldives government,   Abdulla Yameen ,  
 Anti-<strong>government</strong> protests continue in Venezuela

Anti-government protests continue in Venezuela

01 Mar 2014

Caracas: Scattered barricades blocked streets and protesters battled police in some Caracas neighborhoods even while life went on as usual in others as a political standoff persisted through the second day of national holidays.

Venezuela protest,   Nicolas Maduro,   Caracas protest,   Anti-government protests in Venezuela,   Venezuela Anti-government protests ,  

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