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Hyderabad Police detains techie for trying to join ISIS

Hyderabad Police detains techie for trying to join ISIS

30 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: A 30-year-old software engineer, who allegedly had plans to join the ranks of the dreaded terror group Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq, has been detained by Hyderabad Police.

Hyderabad,   Hyderabad police,   Software engineer,   Terror group,   Islamic State,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Muslims,  
<strong>UK</strong> Defence Secretary pays tributes to Indian soldiers of  World War I

UK Defence Secretary pays tributes to Indian soldiers of World War I

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon on Thursday paid tributes to over a million Indian soldiers who fought World War I and laid a wreath at the war memorial at India Gate here.

UK Defence Secretary,   WWI,   World War I,   Arun Jaitley,   Britain ,   India ,  
Some <strong>Muslims</strong> too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

Some Muslims too celebrate Chhath in Bihar

29 Oct 2014

Patna: Manjoor Mian, Nazma Khatoon, Ladli Begum and Mohd Nazir, all Muslims, have one thing in common -- they all celebrate Chhath, the most popular Hindu festival of Bihar. A large number of Muslims not only help to clean the banks of rivers and ponds where the devout gather, and donate money for the festival, some -- women in particular -- observe fast on account of Chhath.

Muslims,   Chhath,   Bihar,   muslims in chhath,   Hindu festival,   Chhath fasting,   god sun,  
British Defence Secretary to visit Delhi on 30th October

British Defence Secretary to visit Delhi on 30th October

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon will arrive here on a one-day visit on Thursday to commemorate India's contribution to World War 1, which saw the participation of over 1.1 million Indian soldiers and around 70,000 fatalities.

Michael Fallon,   British Defense Secretary,   India visit,   Indo-UK relations,  
Hardly any Indian Muslim indulges in terrorism, says President Pranab Mukherjee

Hardly any Indian Muslim indulges in terrorism, says President Pranab Mukherjee

13 Oct 2014

Oslo: Asserting that the problem of terrorism in India was imported, President Pranab Mukherjee has said indigenous terrorist activity was "extremely negligible" with hardly any involvement of the 150 million Muslims of the country.

Terrorism,   Terrorism in India,   Indian President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   Terrorists,   Muslims,   Muslims in India,  
<strong>UK</strong> culture secretary to visit India

UK culture secretary to visit India

11 Oct 2014

London: British Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, Sajid Javid, will visit India from October 13 to 16 seeking to "develop a stronger, wider and deeper partnership with India".

UK,   culture secretary,   visit,   India,   Sajid Javid,   Kolkata,   New Delhi,  
China dismisses US, <strong>UK</strong> criticism over crackdown on protesters

China dismisses US, UK criticism over crackdown on protesters

16 Oct 2014

Beijing: China on Thursday dismissed criticism by the US and the UK over its handling of pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, saying no foreign government has the right to interfere in the former British colony's affairs.

China,   US,   UK,   protesters,   Hong Kong,   foreign government,   Foreign Ministry spokesman,   Hong Lei,  
Tata in talks to sell <strong>UK</strong> steel plants to Swiss group Klesch

Tata in talks to sell UK steel plants to Swiss group Klesch

16 Oct 2014

London: Tata Steel on Wednesday said it is in talks with Swiss investment firm Klesch Group to sell a part of its European assets, including mills in northern England and Scotland as part of exercise to streamline its overseas businesses.

Tata,   sell UK steel plants,   Swiss group,   Klesch,   business,  
Japanese Muslim quizzed over plan to join IS: Reports

Japanese Muslim quizzed over plan to join IS: Reports

07 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Police are questioning a 26-year-old Japanese Muslim on suspicion of trying to join Islamic State jihadists in Syria, media reports and the top government spokesman said on Tuesday.

Japan,   Japanese muslims,   Jihadi,   ISIS,   IS militants,   Japanese jihadi's,   Uighurs,   ,  
<strong>UK</strong> minister to announce major drive to attract Indian students

UK minister to announce major drive to attract Indian students

10 Oct 2014

London: The UK is set to announce 396 new scholarships in a bid to attract Indian students to British universities after the strict visa norms made it difficult for them to stay and work after completing their degrees.

UK,   scholarships,   Indian students,   British universities,   visa,   Vince Cable,  

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