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26/11 Mumbai attacks plotted by LeT and some ISI officers: Report

26/11 Mumbai attacks plotted by LeT and some ISI officers: Report

22 Dec 2014

New York: The 26/11 attacks were plotted by the LeT and some officers of Pakistans's powerful ISI as a commando-style assault in India that would "dwarf" previous operations after their alliance came under strain when the terror group pushed for Western targets, a report said on Monday.

Mumbai attacks,   LeT,   ISI officers,   Pakistan,   New York Times,  
<strong>India</strong>-Japan ties, a force for stability: Pranab Mukherjee

India-Japan ties, a force for stability: Pranab Mukherjee

22 Dec 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said the relationship between India and Japan was a "force for stability" in the region.

India-Japan ties,   Pranab Mukherjee,   relationship between India and Japan ,  Emperor Akihito,   National Day of Japan,   ,  
Imran Khan led <strong>Pakistan</strong> Tehreek-i-Insaf condemns Taliban for Peshawar school attack

Imran Khan led Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf condemns Taliban for Peshawar school attack

22 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Imran Khan led Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) has condemned Taliban and all other terror groups for unleashing "brutality" on the people of the country.

Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) ,   Taliban,   Imran Khan,   Army Public School massacre,   Peshawar,   ,  
<strong>India</strong> taking steps to deal with China's influence in <strong>seas</strong>: Government

India taking steps to deal with China's influence in seas: Government

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India is taking counter steps to deal with the growing influence of China in neighbouring countries, particularly in their seas, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Lok Sabha, noting that modernisation of Navy was going on 'quite well'. "We are responding. India is taking counter measures along maritime areas," he said during Question Hour.

India,   Steps,   China,   Seas,   Government,   Manohar Parrika,  
  Al-Qaeda 'bursting with pain' over <strong>Pakistan</strong> school attack

Al-Qaeda 'bursting with pain' over Pakistan school attack

22 Dec 2014

Peshawar: Al-Qaeda's regional branch said its heart is "bursting with pain" over the Taliban's massacre at a Pakistan school and urged the militants to target only security forces.

Al-Qaeda,   Pakistan school attack,   Osama Mehmood,   TTP,   Peshawar school attack,   Peshawar,   Pakistan school,  
Diabetic kids have slower brain growth: Study

Diabetic kids have slower brain growth: Study

22 Dec 2014

Washington: Young children with type 1 diabetes have slower brain growth compared to their non-diabetic peers, a new study has found. Continued exposure to hyperglycemia, or high blood sugars, may be detrimental to the developing brain, scientists said.

type 1 diabetes,   brain growth,   hyperglycemia,   high blood sugar,   brain development,   diabetes,  
Cold weather conditions continue to prevail in Kashmir Valley

Cold weather conditions continue to prevail in Kashmir Valley

22 Dec 2014

Srinagar: Kashmir Valley continued to experience dry and cold weather on the second day of 'Chillai-Kalan' – the 40-day harshest winter period, as the minimum temperatures remained below the freezing point with slight respite from cold conditions at some places.

Chillai-Kalan,   weather in Kashmir Valley,   Kashmir weather,   Kashmir fog,   Cold weather condition in India,   temperature in Kashmir,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Srinagar weather,  
Lyon backs umpires, says both teams need to calm down

Lyon backs umpires, says both teams need to calm down

22 Dec 2014

Melbourne: Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni might feel that umpiring in the ongoing Test series needs to improve but Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon on Monday said officials have done a good job and a couple of bad decisions should not provoke on-field altercations. India were at the receiving end of at least five contentious calls in the first two Tests, both of which the visitors lost, prompting Dhoni to state that umpiring could certainly improve.

Lyon,   umpires,   India vs Australia,   test series,   MS Dhoni,   Australia test series,   ,  
Cold conditions continue in Punjab and Haryana; fog again disrupts life

Cold conditions continue in Punjab and Haryana; fog again disrupts life

22 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Cold weather conditions continued to prevail at most places in Punjab and Haryana on Monday, where fog threw normal life out of gear. Karnal in Haryana was the coldest place in the state recording a minimum temperature of 3.6 degrees Celsius, four notches below normal.

Punjab weather,   Haryana weather,   Cold weather condition in India,   temperature in Punjab,   temperature in Haryana,  
Oil prices extend gains in Asia

Oil prices extend gains in Asia

22 Dec 2014

Singapore: Oil prices rose in Asia on Monday, extending a sharp rebound at the end of last week, with analysts predicting the sector has bottomed out after plunging almost 50 percent since June.

Oil prices,   West Texas Intermediate,   WTI,   Oil prices in India,  

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