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AIR launches 'WhatsApp' <strong>number</strong> for overseas audience

AIR launches 'WhatsApp' number for overseas audience

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a bid to stay connected with overseas audience, All India Radio (AIR) has launched a 'WhatsApp' number for its Urdu service. The new service was launched on the occasion of Diwali on October 23, a statement here said.

AIR,   launch,   WhatsApp,   whatsapp number,   overseas audience,   All India Radio,  
National <strong>Security</strong> Advisor Ajit Doval expected to visit Burdwan

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval expected to visit Burdwan

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: National Security Advisor Ajit Doval is likely to visit West Bengal's Burdwan town, where a blast had taken place on October 2 bringing to light the role of terror group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh.

National Security Advisor,   Ajit Doval,   Burdwan,   bomb incident,   NSA,   ,  
Twitter declares war on passwords

Twitter declares war on passwords

24 Oct 2014

San Francisco: Twitter formally declared war on passwords during a developers' conference in San Francisco, unveiling a new system that allows users to log-in to mobile apps with a phone number.

Twitter,   Twitter passwords,   Twitter conference,   Developers' conference,   New system,   Twitter log-in,   Mobile apps,   Phone number,  
Permanent solution on food <strong>security</strong> in WTO rules is must: India

Permanent solution on food security in WTO rules is must: India

24 Oct 2014

United Nations: In a stern message, India has told UN General Assembly that developing countries must have the freedom to use food reserves to feed the poor "without the threat of sanctions" and a permanent solution on food security with necessary changes in WTO rules is a must.

UN General Assembly,   WTO ,   FDI,   UN General Assembly,   food security of India,   Narendra Modi,   ,  
Bomb threat to Air India flight sparks <strong>security</strong> alert

Bomb threat to Air India flight sparks security alert

24 Oct 2014

Kochi: A threat of a bomb explosion or a possible suicide attack on an Air India flight from Mumbai sparked an alert here with authorities beefing up security at the international airport.

Air India flight,   Bomb threat,   NIA,   Kochi,   A K C Nair,   international airport,   Bomb threat to Air India flight ,  
<strong>Number</strong> of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

Number of Ebola cases nears 10,000: WHO

23 Oct 2014

Geneva: The number of people with Ebola is set to hit 10,000 in West Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said, as the scramble to find a cure gathered pace.

Number of Ebola cases,   Ebola,   WHO,   West Africa,   World Health Organisation,   Guinea,   Liberia,   Sierra Leone,  
India asks UNSC to enforce resolutions on countering terrorism

India asks UNSC to enforce resolutions on countering terrorism

24 Oct 2014

United Nations: India's UN Ambassador Asoke Kumar Mukerji has asked the UN Security Council (UNSC) to enforce without exception its resolutions on countering terrorism in order to stave off "an ever-widening spiral of violence and destruction".

India,   UNSC,   resolutions,   terrorism,   terror attack,   UN,   security,  
World <strong>number</strong> one Lee failed drug test: Report

World number one Lee failed drug test: Report

22 Oct 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei recently failed a drug test, Malaysian media reported, in a claim that sent shockwaves around the nation.

Kuala Lumpur,   Badminton world number one,   Lee Chong Wei,  drug test,   Malaysian media,   Copenhagen,  
<strong>Tender</strong> for 56 naval choppers scrapped

Tender for 56 naval choppers scrapped

14 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A tender for procuring 56 naval helicopters from abroad at an estimated cost of Rs 9,000 crore was on Tuesday scrapped by the Defence Ministry which decided to get them manufactured in India by local players with foreign collaboration.

naval helicopters,   Defence Ministry,  
Shift workers should skip <strong>high</strong>-iron foods at night

Shift workers should skip high-iron foods at night

22 Oct 2014

Washington: Shift workers who munch on high-iron foods such as red meat and beans at night may be disrupting the circadian clock in their livers, a new study has found.

Shift workers,   high-iron food,   red meat,   beans,   circadian clock,   liver,   hemoglobin,  

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