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Two Indians abducted by Islamic militants in <strong>Libya</strong>

Two Indians abducted by Islamic militants in Libya

16 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Two Indians have been abducted in Sirte in war-devastated Libya even as two other nationals remain in the custody of Islamic militants for past more than one-and-a-half months.

Islamic militants,   Indians in Libya,   Islamic militants Libya,   ISIS,   External Affairs Ministry,   Latest Nation News,  
ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in <strong>Libya</strong>, two freed

ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in Libya, two freed

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Islamic State terror group (ISIS) abducted four Indian teachers working in Libya two days ago but the government said it has 'secured' the release of two of them.

ISIS,   Islamic State,   Indian teachers in Libya,   Libya,   Indians abducted in Libya,   Sushma Swaraj,   latest India news,  
Two of four Indians held in <strong>Libya</strong> released

Two of four Indians held in Libya released

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Two of the four Indians abducted in Sirte in Libya have  been released, officials said today. Of the two men released, one belongs to Raichur and the other to Bengaluru, the officials said.

Four Indians abducted,   Indians in Libya,   Libya,   Militants in Libya,   Ministry of External Affairs,   Latest Nation News ,  
Russian Swimmer Yulia Efimova Appeals As IOC Rejects Blame For Doping <strong>Crisis</strong>

Russian Swimmer Yulia Efimova Appeals As IOC Rejects Blame For Doping Crisis

01 Aug 2016

Rio de Janeiro: Swimmer Yulia Efimova became the third Russian swimmer to challenge her Rio Olympics ban as the International Olympic Committee rejected blame for the Russia doping crisis.

Yulia Efimova,   Russian Swimmer,   IOC,   International Olympic Committee,   Russia ban,   Russia doping scandal,   Latest sports news,  
'Mid-life <strong>crisis</strong>' may be a myth!

'Mid-life crisis' may be a myth!

14 Jan 2016

Toronto: The 'mid-life crisis' theory which predicts that happiness declines the most from the early 20s to middle age may be a myth, a new study suggests.

mid-life crisis,   happiness,   research on happiness,   mid life crisis theory,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Uttarakhand <strong>crisis</strong>: High Court axes President's Rule

Uttarakhand crisis: High Court axes President's Rule

21 Apr 2016

Dehradun: In a major setback to the central government, the Uttarakhand High Court today set aside the imposition of President's Rule in the hill state.

Uttarakhand Crisis,   Uttarakhand Political Crisis,   Uttarakhand High Court,   Uttarakhand President Rule,   Latest States News,  
Keralites’ rescue from <strong>Libya</strong>: Government not 'moved away' from its responsibility, says Chandy

Keralites’ rescue from Libya: Government not 'moved away' from its responsibility, says Chandy

13 May 2016

Kochi: Chief Minister Oommen Chandy yesterday said his government had not moved away from its responsibility to bring back Keralites, a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi cited the evacuation of 29 Indians from Libya including six families from Kerala by his government to reach out to people in the poll-bound state.

Oommen Chandy,   Rescue from Libya,   Keralites rescue from Libya,   Government,   Kerala Chief Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Kerala Assembly polls,   Latest States News,  
Uttarakhand <strong>crisis</strong>: Centre mulls President's Rule

Uttarakhand crisis: Centre mulls President's Rule

27 Mar 2016

New Delhi/Dehradun: The political crisis in Uttarakhand took a new turn late tonight with the Centre mulling imposition of President's Rule ahead of Monday's trust vote by Congress Chief Minister Harish Rawat amid reports that the state assembly Speaker has disqualified nine rebel Congress MLAs which will dramatically alter the arithmetic of the assembly.

Uttarakhand crisis,   Centre,   President Rule,   Harish Rawat,   BJP,   Congress,   Latest Nation News,  
Atleast eight killed after gunmen attack luxury hotel in <strong>Libya</strong> capital: Official

Atleast eight killed after gunmen attack luxury hotel in Libya capital: Official

27 Jan 2015

TRIPOLI: Atleast eight people, including five foreigners, were killed when gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Tuesday, a local security official said.

Libya attack,   Tripoli terror attack,   Libya government,   Libya hostages,   Attack on hotel,   Libya hotel attack ,  
John Kerry to visit Moscow for Syria <strong>crisis</strong> discussion

John Kerry to visit Moscow for Syria crisis discussion

16 Mar 2016

Moscow: US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Russia next week to discuss the Syria crisis, Washington has said, after Moscow began withdrawing most of its forces from the country.

John Kerry,   Syria crisis,   John Kerry to visit Moscow,   Syria,   Russia,   Valdimir Putin,   latest World News,  

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