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Pakistan has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

Pakistan has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

02 Sep 2015

Washington: Pakistan no longer enjoys international support on Kashmir and is unlikely to get an approval for a referendum in the region from the UN Security Council, a former Pakistani envoy to the US has said.

Pakistan,   International support,   Kashmir,   Ex envoy of Pakistan,   Referendum in Kashmir,   UN Security Council,   Latest World News,  
Protesters occupy Lebanese Environment Ministry over trash

Protesters occupy Lebanese Environment Ministry over trash

02 Sep 2015

Beirut: Several dozen activists occupied part of Lebanon's environment ministry today, staging a surprise sit in to demand the minister's resignation after mass protests which began over a nationwide trash collection crisis. The move came hours ahead of a deadline set by campaigners for the government to respond to their demands after a massive weekend demonstration.

Lebanese Environment ,   Protesters ,   You Stink,   Mohammed Mashnuq,   Lebanon environment ministry,   latest world news,  
Time to make UN vibrant with India as Permanent Member: Sumitra Mahajan

Time to make UN vibrant with India as Permanent Member: Sumitra Mahajan

02 Sep 2015

United Nations: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has emphasized the need for urgent UN Security Council reform, saying it is time to make the powerful body 'vibrant' with the inclusion of India as a permanent member. In the around 30 minute long meeting, Majahan discussed critical issues of UNSC reforms, terrorism, peacekeeping and climate change with the UN Chief.

Sumitra Mahajan,   United Nations,   Security Council,   ,   Lok Sabha ,   peacekeeper,  latest world news ,  
India among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

India among strong boxing nations: AIBA President

02 Sep 2015

Bangkok: India's boxing administration might be in shambles but International Boxing Association (AIBA) President Dr Ching Kuo Wu says the country still counts among the best in Asia and efforts would be made to bring it back into the semi-professional World Series of Boxing (WSB).

Indian boxing administration,   International Boxing Association,   AIBA,   Dr Ching Kuo Wu,   semi professional World Series of Boxing,   WSB,   Latest News,  
India can't perform well in Davis Cup without top-50 players: Amritraj

India can't perform well in Davis Cup without top-50 players: Amritraj

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Indian tennis great Vijay Amritraj is not giving much of chance to the Somdev Devvarman led team in its Davis Cup World Group play off against Czech Republic later this month and says 'we can't do well in team events' unless we have top 50 singles players.

Davis Cup,   Amritraj,   Somdev Devvarman,   Davis Cup World Group,   latest sports news,  
Guatemalan Congress strips President of immunity from prosecution

Guatemalan Congress strips President of immunity from prosecution

02 Sep 2015

Guatemala City: Guatemalan Congress voted to strip President Otto Perez Molina of his immunity from prosecution amid a corruption investigation into the role he had played in a customs fraud ring.

Guatemalan,   immunity,   President ,   Otto Perez Molina,   La Linea,   latest world news,  
 Eight most expensive things that exist on earth!

Eight most expensive things that exist on earth!

02 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Have you ever wondered apart from precious diamonds or vehicles worth millions? What are the most precious and expensive things that exist in the world? Well, if not then be ready to know about most expensive things that will turn your head upside down.

expensive things in world,   expensive things,   most expensive things,   1963 Ferrari GTO,   Latest news,  
Pope to allow all priests to forgive abortion during Holy Year

Pope to allow all priests to forgive abortion during Holy Year

02 Sep 2015

VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis will give all priests discretion during the Roman Catholic Church's upcoming Holy Year to formally forgive women who have had abortions, in the Argentine pontiff's latest move towards a more open and inclusive church.

Holy Year,   Pope,   Roman Catholic Church,   abortion,   Jon O'Brien ,   latest world news,  
Final designs unveiled for New Zealand's new flag

Final designs unveiled for New Zealand's new flag

02 Sep 2015

Wellingon: A government appointed panel yesterday unveiled its final shortlist of four alternative designs for New Zealand's new national flag.

New Zealand,   Final design,   Auckland,   John Key,   multi culturalism,   latest world news ,  
Airtel, Idea hike <strong>post</strong>-paid data tariffs by 20 percent in Delhi

Airtel, Idea hike post-paid data tariffs by 20 percent in Delhi

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: After increasing data tariffs for pre-paid customers in Delhi, Bharti Airtel and Idea Cellular have now hiked charges for their post-paid users by around 20 percent in various circles including the national capital.

Data tariffs,   Pre-paid customers,   Delhi,   Bharti Airtel,   Idea Cellular,  

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