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UN chief welcomes fresh ceasefire in Gaza

UN chief welcomes fresh ceasefire in Gaza

11 Aug 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed Egypt's announcement that the Israelis and the Palestinians have accepted another 72 hours' unconditional humanitarian ceasefire and urged all sides to avoid steps that would lead to a resumption of violence.

UN chief,   United Nations,   UN Secretary-General,   Ban Ki-moon,   Israel,   Palestine,   Gaza,   ceasefire,   Gaza crisis ,  
Israel, Palestine agree 72-hour truce from today

Israel, Palestine agree 72-hour truce from today

05 Aug 2014

Cairo: Israel and the Palestinians have agreed a new 72-hour Gaza ceasefire that would start at 10:30 IST, said a senior official in Egypt, which is hosting truce talks.

Israel,   Palestine,   Gaza ceasefire,   Middle-East crisis,   Israel-Gaza conflict,  
Power <strong>crisis</strong> in Odisha temporary: Government

Power crisis in Odisha temporary: Government

10 Jul 2014

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government on Thursday termed the ongoing power crisis in the state temporary and called upon the people to be economic while using electricity for their daily consumption.

Power crises,   government,   Odisha,   power cut,   rainfall,   power station,  
Middle-East <strong>crisis</strong>: Death toll in Gaza crosses 1,300, UN school hit

Middle-East crisis: Death toll in Gaza crosses 1,300, UN school hit

31 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: At least 92 Palestinians were killed, including 20 at a UN-run school, in fierce fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the death toll sharply rose to 1,323 despite the Jewish nation agreeing to observe a four-hour humanitarian pause.

Middle-East,   Middle-East crisis,   Israel,   Gaza,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   United Nations,   Hamas,   IDF,  
Israel to hold fire for seven hours in parts of Gaza

Israel to hold fire for seven hours in parts of Gaza

04 Aug 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Amid global outrage over its third deadly strike on the United Nations-run schools in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, Israel on Monday announced to hold fire for seven hours in parts of Gaza but not in areas where its troops are still operating.

Israel,   Gaza,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   Middle-East crisis,   Hamas ,  
Gaza <strong>crisis</strong>: 583 Palestinians, 27 IDF soldiers killed; no sign of ceasefire

Gaza crisis: 583 Palestinians, 27 IDF soldiers killed; no sign of ceasefire

22 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Israeli air strikes on Tuesday killed seven people in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, raising the Palestinian toll to 583 in the 15-day conflict that has also left 27 Israeli soldiers dead, even as international efforts to forge a ceasefire continues in Qatar and Egypt.

Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip,   Israeli air strikes,   Gaza crisis,   Qatar,   Egypt,   ceasefire,   Palestinian toll,  ,  ,   ,  
Palestine, Israel race against time for Gaza peace deal

Palestine, Israel race against time for Gaza peace deal

08 Aug 2014

Gaza/Cairo: Palestinian and Israeli negotiators in Cairo scrambled to brokers a long-term truce in war-torn Gaza as the three-day ceasefire entered its last 12 hours with no breakthrough yet.

Palestine,   Israel,   Cairo,   Middle-East crisis,   Middle-East conflict,   Israel-Palestine conflict ,  
Government swings into action in view of flood threat from Nepal

Government swings into action in view of flood threat from Nepal

02 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Centre on Saturday chunks out emergency plans as flood threat in Kosi river in Bihar is looming due to an artificial lake created by landslide in Nepal. Prime Minister has asked authorities to help Nepal and Bihar as per the need. Government has sent 15 teams of National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) to Bihar.

landslide in Nepal,   Kosi flood,   Kosi,   Nepal landslide,   Crisis Management Committee,  
21 Egyptian soldiers killed in checkpoint attack

21 Egyptian soldiers killed in checkpoint attack

20 Jul 2014

Cairo: In a brazen attack, at least 21 Egyptian soldiers were killed when militants armed with rocket-propelled grenades attacked a military checkpoint in southern Egypt, bordering Libya and Sudan.

Egyptian soldiers,   Egypt,   Libya,   Sudan,   Al-Wadi Al-Gedid,   Mohamed Samir,  
Iraq <strong>crisis</strong>: 175 more Indians to reach home tomorrow

Iraq crisis: 175 more Indians to reach home tomorrow

16 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Another batch of 175 Indian nationals will reach Delhi on Thursday from conflict-hit Iraq even as the number of Indians to be evacuated from that country will be 3000 in next few days.

Iraq crisis,   Indians evacuated,   MEA,   External Affairs Ministry,   Sunni militants,  

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