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Global warming could undermine poverty fight: <strong>World</strong> Bank

Global warming could undermine poverty fight: World Bank

24 Nov 2014

Washington: Climate change could undermine efforts to defeat extreme poverty around the globe, the World Bank has warned. In a new report on the impact of global warming, the bank said sharp temperature rises would cut deeply into crop yields and water supplies in many areas and possibly set back efforts to bring populations out of poverty.

World Bank,   Global warming,   poverty fight,   fight against poverty,   ,  
Four killed, 79,000 affected in earthquake in <strong>China</strong> 

Four killed, 79,000 affected in earthquake in China 

23 Nov 2014

Beijing: China on Sunday launched all-out rescue efforts after a 6.3-magnitude earthquake struck quake-prone Sichuan Province, killing at least four people and affecting another 79,500.

Earthquake in China,   Sichuan Province,   Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture ,  
India to have second largest online user-base after <strong>China</strong> by 2016

India to have second largest online user-base after China by 2016

23 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Availability of low-cost smartphones and increasing penetration of mobile broadband will help India overtake the US as the world's second largest Internet user-base by 2016, research firm eMarketer said.

smartphones,   mobile broadband,   Internet user-base,   India online population,  
"India far behind in data protection"

"India far behind in data protection"

23 Nov 2014

Singapore: India is far behind than other emerging Asian economies in protecting its data despite having a huge IT industry, said senior official of Singapore-based new generation data protection firm, which is expanding its operations in the country.

India,   Asian Economy,   IT industry,   Singapore,   Acronis International,   Asiaa Data,   China,  
Jesse Ryder to <strong>miss</strong> NZ A tour; <strong>World</strong> Cup hopes dim

Jesse Ryder to miss NZ A tour; World Cup hopes dim

17 Nov 2014

Wellington: Jesse Ryder has withdrawn from the New Zealand A tour to the United Arab Emirates later this month, likely ending his bid to play at next year's cricket World Cup.

Jesse Ryder,   New Zealand A cricket team,   cricket World Cup,  
<strong>China</strong> building South <strong>China</strong> Sea island big enough for airstrip: Report

China building South China Sea island big enough for airstrip: Report

22 Nov 2014

Washington: Satellite images show China is building an island on a reef in the disputed Spratly Islands large enough to accommodate what could be its first offshore airstrip in the South China Sea, a leading defense publication said on Friday.

China,   South China Sea island,   offshore airstrip,   Spratly Islands,   China island construction,  
<strong>China</strong> says controls on Internet needed to maintain stability

China says controls on Internet needed to maintain stability

19 Nov 2014

Wuzhen: Chinese officials called on Wednesday for controls on the Internet to preserve stability, saying its model for cyberspace regulation can be the framework for spawning commercial successes like Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

China,   Internet control,   stability,   cyberspace regulation,   Alibaba Group Holding Ltd,   World Internet Conference,   Lu Wei,  
Pakistan plans to buy stealth fighter aircraft from <strong>China</strong>

Pakistan plans to buy stealth fighter aircraft from China

22 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan plans to buy the fourth generation stealth fighter aircraft from China to boost its defence capability, according to a media report on Saturday.

Pakistan plans to buy,   stealth fighter aircraft,   China,   boost defence capability,   Minister for Defence Production,   Rana Tanveer Hussain,   Pakistan Air Force,   ,  
Government should take strategic view of activities in PoK: Doval

Government should take strategic view of activities in PoK: Doval

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government needs to take strategic view and congnisance of the ongoing activities by China and Pakistan in the PoK and be prepared for possible consequences, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said.

Modi government,   Strategic view,   Congnisance,   China,   Pakistan,   PoK,   National Security Advisor,   Ajit Doval,  
<strong>World</strong> Chess Championship: Viswanathan Anand faces must-win situation against Magnus Carlsen

World Chess Championship: Viswanathan Anand faces must-win situation against Magnus Carlsen

22 Nov 2014

Sochi (Russia): Trailing by a full point with just two games remaining, Indian chess ace Viswanathan Anand would desperately need a victory to stay afloat against Norwegian Magnus Carlsen in the World Championship match on Sunday.

Viswanathan Anand,   Magnus Carlsen,   World Chess Championship,   Anand vs Carlsen,  

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