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JD(U), Congress at odds <strong>over</strong> Nitish party support to AAP in Delhi

JD(U), Congress at odds over Nitish party support to AAP in Delhi

27 Jan 2015

Patna: Brushing aside Congress protest, JD(U) on Tuesday said it would extend support to the Aam Admi Party (AAP) in Delhi assembly poll.

JD(U) supports AAP,   Congress protest in Bihar,   Aam Admi Party,   AAP,   Delhi assembly poll,   Nitish Kumar,   Basistha Narayan Singh,  
US helped India probe <strong>Mumbai</strong> terror attacks, says ex-envoy

US helped India probe Mumbai terror attacks, says ex-envoy

24 Jan 2015

London: A former US ambassador to India has said that after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks Washington had facilitated intelligence sharing between the two countries on counter-terrorism issues and helped India in investigation and identification of the persons involved in the assault.

US ambassador to India,   2008 Mumbai attack,   Mumbai terror attacks,   26 11 attack,   Intelligence sharing,   Counter terrorism,  
WikiLeaks slams Google for handing <strong>over</strong> staffers' data to US

WikiLeaks slams Google for handing over staffers' data to US

27 Jan 2015

Geneva: WikiLeaks has lashed out at internet giant Google for handing over its staffers' emails and digital data to the US authorities without swiftly informing the whistleblowing site, terming it "an attack on journalism and journalists especially those working on security issues".

WikiLeaks,   Julian Assange,   Baltazar Garzon,   Google,   Eric Schmidt,   United States,  
India appeals to DSB <strong>over</strong> import of US agricultural products

India appeals to DSB over import of US agricultural products

27 Jan 2015

Geneva: India has appealed to the Dispute Settlement Board of World Trade Organisation for a panel decision on its issues with the US over agricultural imports.

India US business,   agricultural imports to US,   Dispute settlement Board,   World Trade Organisation,  
Congress, AAP attack government <strong>over</strong> Bedi at Republic Day function

Congress, AAP attack government over Bedi at Republic Day function

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Congress and AAP raised objections over BJP's chief ministerial candidate Kiran Bedi being seated in the VVIP enclosure at the front row during the Republic Day function here, saying that it was gross misuse of power and Election Commission should look into the matter.

Congress,   AAP,   Kiran Bedi,   Republic Day celebration,   Barack Obama,   PM Modi,   BJP,  
New ministry will work for the <strong>people</strong>: Tarun Gogoi

New ministry will work for the people: Tarun Gogoi

23 Jan 2015

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday dismissed suggestions that the reshuffle in his council of ministers was done with an eye on the 2016 Assembly polls in the state and said the new ministers would work for the people of the state.

Assam Chief Minister,   Tarun Gogoi,   council of ministers,   2016 Assembly polls,  
Confident Ranchi Rays set to host Delhi Waveriders

Confident Ranchi Rays set to host Delhi Waveriders

25 Jan 2015

Ranchi: Post their electrifying win over Dabang Mumbai, Ranchi Rays look to be finding their form as they take on Delhi Waveriders in the ongoing 3rd edition of the Hero Hockey India League, here on Monday.

Dabang Mumbai,   Ranchi Rays,   Delhi Waveriders,   Hockey India League,   HiL,  
Nationwide strike continues in Bangladesh amid <strong>violence</strong>

Nationwide strike continues in Bangladesh amid violence

20 Jan 2015

Dhaka: A nationwide opposition strike in Bangladesh continued on Tuesday for the 16th consecutive day despite the end of the house arrest of BNP chief Khaleda Zia, as violence claimed one more life in the national capital.

Bangladesh strike,   nationwide strike,   strike amid violence,   BNP chief,   Khaleda Zia ,  
E-commerce business may need to hire 1 lakh <strong>people</strong> in next 6 months

E-commerce business may need to hire 1 lakh people in next 6 months

25 Jan 2015

Mumbai: The USD 12 billion plus rising Indian e-commerce business market is witnessing a rush ofhiring and may need one lakh people over the next six months, industry experts have said.

E commerce,   Indian e-commerce business,   e commerce market,   Jobs,   Amazon,   Flipkart ,  
Fog affects <strong>normal</strong> life in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar coldest

Fog affects normal life in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar coldest

18 Jan 2015

Chandigarh: After two days of respite, cold conditions on Sunday revived at many places in Punjab and Haryana with dense fog affecting normal life.

Dense Fog,   Cold Weather Conditions,   Punjab,   Haryana,   Low Visibility level,   Trains and Flights affected ,  

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