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Bombay HC appoints team of lawyers to check <strong>illegal</strong> hoardings in Maharashtra

Bombay HC appoints team of lawyers to check illegal hoardings in Maharashtra

19 Dec 2014

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday appointed a team of 17 lawyers to function as 'commissioners of court', which will visit various places in the state and detect illegal posters, banners and hoardings put up by political parties.

Bombay High Court,   team of lawyers,   illegal hoardings,   Maharashtra,   promotion,   ,  
India has positive balance of trade with <strong>US</strong>, Britain

India has positive balance of trade with US, Britain

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Top ten countries which imported more from India than exported to the country in 2013-14 include the US, Singapore, the UK and Bangladesh.

India,   US,   Britain,   Commerce and Industry Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   Gulf Cooperation Council,   GCC,   FTA,  
Ebola Death toll nears 7,000 in West Africa

Ebola Death toll nears 7,000 in West Africa

19 Dec 2014

Washington: The number of Ebola-related deaths has reached around 6,900 in the three most affected countries in West Africa -Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, a media report said citing US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and US senator Chris Coons kicked off their tours of the Ebola-hit region on late Thursday evening.

Ebola,   Death,   Toll,   West Africa,   US,   Liberia,  
Google Android antitrust lawsuit too vague, says <strong>US</strong> judge

Google Android antitrust lawsuit too vague, says US judge

19 Dec 2014

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA: A judge on Thursday said she would require consumers suing Google over its Android smartphone operating system to submit more factual details in order for an antitrust lawsuit to proceed, at a time when the internet search company faces increased regulatory pressure.

Google,   Android,   Android smartphone,   Google smartphone,   Android operating system,   Android lawsuit,  
2014 a milestone year for <strong>US</strong> economy: White House

2014 a milestone year for US economy: White House

19 Dec 2014

Washington: The year 2014 has been a milestone for US economy with the average growth of 4.2 percent in the last two quarters and addition of 2.65 million jobs till November, the White House has said. "It was a milestone year for the economy. Growth has averaged 4.2 percent in the last two quarters. That's the strongest six-month period in more than a decade," Jieff Zients, Director of the National Economic Council told reporters during a conference call on Thursday.

2014,   Milestone year,   US economy,   US,   White House,   Jieff Zients,  
Suspended Ajmal to finally play in a competitve match

Suspended Ajmal to finally play in a competitve match

19 Dec 2014

Karachi: Pakistan's champion off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will finally make an appearance in a competitive cricket match three months after being suspended by the ICC for an illegal bowling action.

Saeed Ajmal,   cricket match,   ICC,   illegal bowling action,  
Richard Verma to be sworn-in as <strong>US</strong> Ambassador to India

Richard Verma to be sworn-in as US Ambassador to India

19 Dec 2014

Washington: Richard Rahul Verma will be sworn-in as US Ambassador to India on Saturday, becoming the first Indian-American to hold the post. Verma's appointment was confirmed by US Senate by a voice vote last week.

Richard Verma,   sworn-in as US Ambassador,   India,   US ambassador to India,  
<strong>US</strong> air strikes kill senior Islamic State leaders: Pentagon

US air strikes kill senior Islamic State leaders: Pentagon

19 Dec 2014

Washington: Several leaders of Islamic State militant group have been killed in Iraq during US air strikes in recent weeks, dealing a blow to the extremist jihadist forces, the Pentagon said on Friday.

Islamic State leaders killed,   Islamic State militant group,   US air strikes,   US air strikes in Iraq,   Pentagon,   extremist jihadist forces,   John Kirby,   ISIL,  
Obama provides legal status to five million <strong>illegal</strong> <strong>immigrants</strong>

Obama provides legal status to five million illegal immigrants

21 Nov 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama on Friday used his executive power to announce a series of administrative measures to provide legal status to more than five million illegal immigrants in the country, including those from India.

Barack Obama,   Illegal immigrants,   H-1B visas,   US President,   illegal immigrants in US,  
Supreme Court rejects pleas against Coal Ordinance

Supreme Court rejects pleas against Coal Ordinance

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed petitions filed by two firms including the Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation (CESC) Ltd against the Ordinance that has paved way for auctioning of coal mines across the country.

Supreme Court,   coal petitions to SC,   Coal Ordinance,   Calcutta Electric Supply Corporation,   CESC,   coal mines auctioning,   illegal coal mining,   coal blocks,  

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