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PM Modi's <strong>latest</strong> style: Suit with his own name stripes

PM Modi's latest style: Suit with his own name stripes

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A close look at Narendra Modi's bandhgala suit that he wore for a joint appearance with US President Barack Obama here, showed it was a customised marvel -- with the Prime Minister's full name 'Narendra Damodardas Modi' written in pinstripes.

Narendra Modi,   Modi suit,   Modi fashion,   Modi dress,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama India visit,   Republic Day,  
Facebook aims to curb <strong>news</strong> feed 'hoaxes'

Facebook aims to curb news feed 'hoaxes'

21 Jan 2015

Washington: Facebook said today it would step up efforts to limit circulation of bogus "news stories" in user feeds, saying it is an annoyance for members of the huge social network.

Facebook,   news feed,   hoaxes,   social media,  
Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short <strong>typhoon</strong> mercy trip

Pope flees Philippine storm, cuts short typhoon mercy trip

17 Jan 2015

Tacloban (Philippines): Pope Francis was forced on Saturday  to flee a fierce storm in the Philippines that killed a papal volunteer, cutting short a mercy mission to weeping survivors of a catastrophic super typhoon.

Pope Francis,   Philippine city,   typhoon-hit,   Typhoon Haiya,   Leyte province,  
Sony launches <strong>latest</strong> range of smart wearables in India

Sony launches latest range of smart wearables in India

19 Jan 2015

New Delhi: After drawing huge attention for its wearable devices at IFA, 2014, Japanese electronics major Sony has finally unveiled the price of SmartWatch 3 (SWR50) and SmartBand Talk (SWR30) in India for Rs 12,990 and Rs 19,990 respectively.

Sony Smartwatch 3,   Sony SmartBand Talk,   Sony wearable devices,   Sony SWR50,   Sony SWR30,   Sony android watch,  
<strong>Typhoon</strong> Hagupit: Toll rises to three; 890,000 people evacuated in <strong>Philippines</strong>

Typhoon Hagupit: Toll rises to three; 890,000 people evacuated in Philippines

08 Dec 2014

Manila: The massive Typhoon Hagupit has led to the death of at least three people and over 890,000 people being evacuated in the Philippines, with the wind speed touching 170 kmph, media reported on Sunday.

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Over 500,000 evacuated in <strong>Philippines</strong> as <strong>typhoon</strong> approaches

Over 500,000 evacuated in Philippines as typhoon approaches

06 Dec 2014

Manila: About 500,000 people have been evacuated before the projected landfall of Typhoon Hagupit, locally known as Ruby, in central Philippines, a senior government official said on Friday.

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<strong>Typhoon</strong> Hagupit: 1.6 million displaced; 27 dead

Typhoon Hagupit: 1.6 million displaced; 27 dead

09 Dec 2014

Manila: Typhoon Hagupit, which has left at least 27 people dead and 1.6 million displaced in the Philippines, was downgraded on Tuesday from a storm to a tropical depression after passing through the nation's capital where it caused flooding at several places but no major damage.

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<strong>Philippines</strong> seeks foreign assistance to protect Pope

Philippines seeks foreign assistance to protect Pope

12 Jan 2015

Manila: The Philippine government has sought help from allied countries to prevent possible threats when Pope Francis embarks on a five-day visit to the country, the Philippine president said on Monday.

Philippine government,   Pope Francis,   Pope security,   Philippine president,  
<strong>News</strong> agency’s photographer shot at as protesters clash with Pakistan police near French consulate

News agency’s photographer shot at as protesters clash with Pakistan police near French consulate

16 Jan 2015

KARACHI: A photographer with French news agency was wounded in Pakistan on Friday after being shot during clashes against the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo outside the French consulate in the port city of Karachi, police said.

Photographer shot,   French news agency,   Pakistan clashes,   Satirical weekly,   Charlie Hebdo,   Paris terror attack,  
Mudslides, flash floods kill at least 53 in <strong>Philippines</strong>

Mudslides, flash floods kill at least 53 in Philippines

31 Dec 2014

Manila: Flash floods and mudslides have killed at least 53 people in the central and southern Philippines, the national disaster agency said on Wednesday, after days of heavy rains that have also hit neighbouring Southeast Asian countries.

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