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<strong>Strike</strong> over Mekedatu reservoir begins in Tamil Nadu

Strike over Mekedatu reservoir begins in Tamil Nadu

28 Mar 2015

Chennai: A strike, called by Tamil Nadu farmers and backed by Opposition parties and trade unions, over the Mekedatu reservoir row began in the state this morning amid tight security.

Mekedatu reservoir row,   Tamil Nadu farmers,   Tamil Nadu strike,   Cauvery river dam,  
France launches first bombing <strong>strike</strong> against IS in Tikrit

France launches first bombing strike against IS in Tikrit

26 Mar 2015

Paris: France has bombed Islamic State positions in the Tikrit area of Iraq for the first time since the start of the international offensive against the jihadist militia, French military officials said on Wednesday.

France,   Bombing,   ISIS,   Tikrit,   French military,   Fighters,  
Pakistan Taliban chief killed in air <strong>strike</strong>?

Pakistan Taliban chief killed in air strike?

23 Mar 2015

Islamabad: Tehreek-e-Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah, who masterminded the Peshawar school massacre, was believed to be killed after being seriously hit in air strikes in Pakistan's restive Khyber tribal area over the weekend.

Taliban chief killed,   Pakistan,   Mullah Fazlullah,   Tehreek e Taliban,   Peshawar school massacre,   Khyber,   air strikes in Pakistan,   Hakimullah Mehsud,  
19 parties enforce <strong>Nepal</strong> shutdown over Constitution drafting

19 parties enforce Nepal shutdown over Constitution drafting

20 Jan 2015

Kathmandu: A Maoists-led 19-party alliance on Tuesday enforced a general strike in Nepal against Constitution-drafting through voting and demanded forging of consensus guaranteeing ethnicity-based identity, paralysing life across the country.

Nepal shutdown,   Nepal strike,   Constitution drafting,   Maoists led alliance,   ethnicity based identity,  
India draw <strong>Nepal</strong>, qualify for 2nd Round on 2-0 aggregate

India draw Nepal, qualify for 2nd Round on 2-0 aggregate

17 Mar 2015

Kathmandu: India on Tuesday held a dominant Nepal to a goal-less draw in their 2018 FIFA World Cup football qualifying round one second leg match to advance to the second round on 2-0 aggregate here.

India,   Nepal,   2018 FIFA World Cup football,   Subrata Paul,  
Passengers suffer across Haryana as roadways staff on <strong>strike</strong>

Passengers suffer across Haryana as roadways staff on strike

17 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: Thousands of commuters on Tuesday faced inconvenience across Haryana as the bus services remained paralysed after employees of the state roadways went on a one-day strike to protest against the issuance of new time-table for private bus operators.

Haryana raodways,   Bus services strike,   Issuance of time table,   Roadway Workers Union,   Bus depots,  
India's support helped remove the Turkish jetliner: <strong>Nepal</strong>

India's support helped remove the Turkish jetliner: Nepal

09 Mar 2015

Kathmandu: Nepal on Monday said India's necessary support and technical assistance helped it in successfully removing a Turkish jet that had skidded off its runway due to poor visibility and left nearly 50,000 travellers stranded.

Turkish jetliner,   Nepal,   Nepal civil aviation authority,   removing Turkish jet ,  
<strong>Nepal</strong> adopting safety measures for Everest climbing season

Nepal adopting safety measures for Everest climbing season

09 Mar 2015

Kathmandu: Nepal is adopting special safety and communications measures this year for climbers attempting to scale Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, an official here said.

Nepal,   Everest,   safety measures for Everest,   Everest climbing season,  
John Kerry calls for US war powers to <strong>strike</strong> IS

John Kerry calls for US war powers to strike IS

12 Mar 2015

Washington: US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday urged lawmakers to give President Barack Obama new war powers to strike against Islamic jihadists at "a pivotal hour" in the battle against the militants.

John Kerry,   US President Barack Obama,   Obama war powers,   Islamic jihadists,   strike against IS,  
Done more than previous governments to boost ties with <strong>Nepal</strong>: Sushma Swaraj

Done more than previous governments to boost ties with Nepal: Sushma Swaraj

09 Mar 2015

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the NDA government's efforts to strengthen relations with Nepal were much bigger than what the previous regimes had done in the last three decades.

Sushma Swaraj,   External Affairs Minister,   Nepal,   NDA,   ,  

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