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Indian <strong>Muslims</strong> will live and die for India: Modi

Indian Muslims will live and die for India: Modi

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In his first ever International interview since assuming the top helm of affairs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has underlined the patriotism of Indian Muslims and praised for their commitment to the country. He categorically said that the Muslims will not dance to the tunes of terror outfit Al Qaeda.

Indian Mulims,   India,   Modi,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   NDA government,  
Anti-terror raids not against Muslim community: Abbott

Anti-terror raids not against Muslim community: Abbott

19 Sep 2014

Melbourn: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Friday the ongoing counter-terrorism raids are against crimes and not against religion. The remarks came while hundreds of furious Australian Muslims launched protest claiming they were terrorized by the operation.

Anti- terror raids,   Terror attacks,   Muslim community,   Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   Australian Muslims ,  
Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

18 Sep 2014

London: A fragment of a 1.3 billion-year-old Martian meteorite shows signs that it once held water, suggesting that the red planet may have been habitable, scientists say.

Martian meteorite,   Mars,   habitable,   cell-like structure,   UK,   Greece,  
Vodafone, government agree to extend date for selection of 3rd arbitrator

Vodafone, government agree to extend date for selection of 3rd arbitrator

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Indian government and Vodafone have mutually agreed to extend the deadline for appointment of the third arbitrator to resolve the Rs 20,000- crore tax dispute case with UK telecom major Vodafone.

Indian government,   Vodafone,   3rd arbitrator,   UK telecom major,   third arbitrator,   ,  
Islamic State video purports to show beheading of <strong>UK</strong> hostage David Haines

Islamic State video purports to show beheading of UK hostage David Haines

14 Sep 2014

Baghdad: Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Saturday that purported to show the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. The footage could not be immediately verified but the images were consistent with that of the filmed executions of two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff, in the past month.

Islamic State,   David Haines,   ACTED,   UK hostage,   ISIS,   Barack Obama,   US President,  
BJP, Congress slam <strong>UK</strong> parliament's move to hold debate on Kashmir

BJP, Congress slam UK parliament's move to hold debate on Kashmir

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi: BJP and Congress were on the same page on Friday as they frowned upon a proposal in Britain's House of Commons to hold a debate on the state of human rights in Kashmir.

BJP,   Congress,   UK parliament,   debate,   Kashmir,   ,  
<strong>Muslims</strong> participate in Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with enthusiasm in Kanpur

Muslims participate in Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations with enthusiasm in Kanpur

09 Sep 2014

Kanpur: The city known for its religious importance, Kanpur situated in the central part of Uttar Pradesh celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with great zest and zeal.

Muslims,   Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations,   lord Ganesha,   devotees,   indian festival,  
Kashmir important for world peace, <strong>UK</strong> Parliament debate

Kashmir important for world peace, UK Parliament debate

11 Sep 2014

London: A resolution to the Kashmir dispute is crucial for world peace, a group of cross-party lawmakers stressed on Thursday during a debate in the UK Parliament complex.

Kashmir dispute,   world peace,   cross-party lawmakers,   UK Parliament complex,  
Major offences, repeat violations can't be settled: Sebi

Major offences, repeat violations can't be settled: Sebi

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: As SEBI tightens its noose on those violating securities laws and defrauding investors, Chairman U K Sinha has warned that repeat offenders and those indulging in major offences such as insider trading can’t seek settlement of their cases by paying some charges.

Settlement of securities laws violations,   SEBI,   the Securities Exchange Board of India,   SEBI Chairman UK Sinha,  
Australia upgrades terror alert to 'high'

Australia upgrades terror alert to 'high'

12 Sep 2014

Sydney: Australia on Friday raised the national terrorism public alert level from medium to high following advice from the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO).It was the first such change in 11 years in the country.

Australia,   terror alert,   Al-Qaeda,   Tony Abbott,   ISIL,   Jabhat al-Nusrah,   UK,  

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