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Two militants <strong>killed</strong> in encounter

Two militants killed in encounter

28 Feb 2015

Srinagar: Two Hizbul Mujhaideen militants were killed in an overnight encounter with security forces in Tral area of south Kashmir's Pulwama district.

Hizbul Mujhaideen militants,   Pulwama district,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Parliament pays tribute to <strong>Saudi</strong> King and noted cartoonist RK Laxman

Parliament pays tribute to Saudi King and noted cartoonist RK Laxman

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Parliament on Monday paid rich tributes to the King of Saudi Arabia and noted cartoonist RK Laxman, while condolintg the death of over 80 killed in the recent sectarian violence in Assam on the first day of the Budget Session.

Parliament,   King of Saudi Arabia,   Cartoonist RK Laxman,   Budget Session ,  
'Sandesh One' attracts aspiring women entrepreneurs in <strong>Kerala</strong>

'Sandesh One' attracts aspiring women entrepreneurs in Kerala

27 Feb 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Just over a month after its launch, Kerala's ambitious women-centric social enterprise project "Sandesh One" has kicked off with thousands of aspiring women entrepreneurs keen to join the programme.

Sandesh One,   women entrepreneurs,   Kerala,   women social enterprise project,   KSWDC,  
US blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

US blogger hacked to death in Bangladesh

27 Feb 2015

Dhaka: A prominent US blogger has been hacked to death and his wife seriously injured in Bangladesh by unknown attackers, days after receiving threats from Islamists for writing against religious fundamentalism.

blogger killed in Bangladesh,   Avijit Roy,   blogger Avijit Roy killed,   threats from Islamists,   religious fundamentalism,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> <strong>Arabia</strong> to hire 120,000 workers from Bangladesh

Saudi Arabia to hire 120,000 workers from Bangladesh

11 Feb 2015

Dhaka: About a week after lifting a seven-year employment ban, Saudi Arabia signed a memorandum of understanding with Bangladesh to hire some 120,000 workers in a year from it.

Saudi Arabia,   workers from Bangladesh,   memorandum,   Ahmed Bin Fahd Al Fuhaid,   Saudi Arabia Overseas Employment Minister,   Khandker Mosharraf Hossain,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> joins West in pulling out Yemen embassy staff

Saudi joins West in pulling out Yemen embassy staff

13 Feb 2015

Sanaa: Saudi Arabia, Germany and Italy became the latest countries to withdraw embassy staff from Yemen today as an exodus of foreign diplomats gathered pace due to growing insecurity.

Saudi Arabia,   Germany,   Italy,   Embassy staff,   Yemen crisis,   Foreign diplomats,  
J&K: Two Hizbul militants <strong>killed</strong>, Army major injured in encounter

J&K: Two Hizbul militants killed, Army major injured in encounter

25 Feb 2015

Srinagar: Two militants of terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen were killed on Wednesday while two army personnel, including a major, injured in an encounter in South Kashmir's Shopian district.

Shopian,   militants killed,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Shopian district ,  
Eight <strong>killed</strong> in Czech Republic restaurant shooting

Eight killed in Czech Republic restaurant shooting

25 Feb 2015

Pragu: At least eight people were killed on Tuesday in a shooting incident that took place in a restaurant in the eastern Czech Republic town of Uhersky Brod, close by the Slovakian border.

Czech restaurant shooting,   restaurant shooting,   Uhersky Brod,   Slovakian border,   Czech Interior Minister,   Milan Chovanec,  
Philippine troops attack 300 Abu Sayyaf militants, seven <strong>killed</strong>

Philippine troops attack 300 Abu Sayyaf militants, seven killed

25 Feb 2015

Manila: Philippine troops, backed by artillery fire and assault helicopters, battled about 300 Abu Sayyaf rebels in fighting on Wednesday that left two soldiers and five militants dead in the country's restive south, officials said.

Philippine troops attack,   Abu Sayyaf militants,   militants killed,   Lt Col Harold Cabunoc ,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> Arabia's new king, Salman, a force for unity in royal family

Saudi Arabia's new king, Salman, a force for unity in royal family

23 Jan 2015

Dubai: Saudi Arabia's new king, Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, is a veteran of the country's top leadership, versed in diplomacy from nearly 50 years as the governor of the capital Riyadh and known as a mediator of disputes within the sprawling royal family.

Saudi Arabia,   Saudi Arabia king,   King Salman,   Abdul Aziz Al Saud,   Saudi Arabia royal family,  

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