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Over two lakh structures damaged in floods: J&K governmet tells <strong>High</strong> Court

Over two lakh structures damaged in floods: J&K governmet tells High Court

23 Sep 2014

Srinagar:The Jammu and Kashmir government said more than two lakh structures were damaged, which included 20,000 houses totally destroyed, in the worst floods in the state in more than a century.

two lakh structures,   floods,   JK govt,   High Court,   jammu flood,   J&K flood,   natural calamity,   ,  
Barack Obama exudes confidence in Secret Service

Barack Obama exudes confidence in Secret Service

23 Sep 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has exuded confidence in the ability of the Secret Service to protect the First Family in the wake of two intrusions at the White House that raised concern over its security.

US President,   Barack Obama,   White House,   Secret services,   Security breach ,  
Australia seeks broad new <strong>security</strong> powers after anti-terror raids

Australia seeks broad new security powers after anti-terror raids

22 Sep 2014

SYDNEY: Australia's government is seeking broad new security powers to combat what it says is a rising threat from militant Islamists, the Prime Minister said on Monday, on the heels of sweeping counter-terrorism raids last week.

Australia government,   Security powers,   Militants,   Islamists,   Australia Prime Minister,   Counter-terrorism,  
Will spare no effort to safeguard borders: Rajnath Singh

Will spare no effort to safeguard borders: Rajnath Singh

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The government will spare no effort to safeguard the country's borders and will address all important issues related to security, union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Monday.

Rajnath Singh,   MHA,   Ministry of Home Affairs,   BSF,   security of India ,  
Sensex rises over 116 ponits to two-week <strong>high</strong>; ITC, ONGC top gainers

Sensex rises over 116 ponits to two-week high; ITC, ONGC top gainers

22 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Ignoring weak global markets, the benchmark Sensex on Monday reversed initial losses and closed up with a gain of over 116 points at two-week high of 27,206.74 on the back of buying in blue-chips like ITC and ONGC.

Global markets,   Sensex,   ITC,   ONGC,   Nifty,   NSE,   BSE,  
US hails Afghan power deal, seeks quick <strong>security</strong> pact

US hails Afghan power deal, seeks quick security pact

22 Sep 2014

Kabul: United States has welcomed a power-sharing deal that saw former finance minister Ashraf Ghani declared Afghanistan's next President, saying that it hopes a crucial security agreement will be signed within a week.

US,   Afghanistan,   Nuclear deal,   Ashraf Ghani,   Taliban,   Hamid Karzai,   Afghanistan President ,  
HC rejects Haryana's plea against Maruti

HC rejects Haryana's plea against Maruti

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  The Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed Haryana's plea challenging its order restraining the state from prosecuting car maker Maruti for not having prior environment clearance (EC) for its unit in Rohtak.

HC,   High Court,   Maruti,   Haryana government,   environment clearance,   EC,   ,   SEIAA,   AAG,  
HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent treatment to under trial Maoist

HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent treatment to under trial Maoist

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday came to the help of a jailed suspected Maoist, who needs urgent surgery for brain tumour, by asking city police and AIIMS authorities to provide "immediate treatment" to him.

New Delhi,   Delhi High Court,  suspected Maoist,   surgery,   brain tumour,   city police,   AIIMS,   Chandan Deonath,  
Revealed: What sets tectonic <strong>plates</strong> in motion?

Revealed: What sets tectonic plates in motion?

18 Sep 2014

Sydney: The mystery of what kick-started the motion of our earth's massive tectonic plates across its surface has been solved by researchers at the University of Sydney.

Tectonic plates,   Earth,   University of Sydney,   mid-oceanic ridges,   volcano,  
NSG writes to SPG to enhance VVIP <strong>security</strong> skills

NSG writes to SPG to enhance VVIP security skills

21 Sep 2014

New Delhi: NSG commandos, who guard some of the most high-risk VVIPs in the country, are set to sharpen their skills in this domain with the elite force asking the Special Protection Group to audit its performance and share expertise in better securing its protectees.

New Delhi,   NSG commandos,   VVIPs,   Special Protection Group,   SPG,   NSG,   PM,  

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