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Auto <strong>strike</strong> in Delhi continues; unions to protest  at CM’s house

Auto strike in Delhi continues; unions to protest at CM’s house

27 Jul 2016

New Delhi: The city's 20 auto and taxi unions’ indefinite strike against app-based taxi services entered second day causing hardship to thousands of commuters.

Auto strike,   Auto in Delhi,   Auto unions,   hunger strike,   Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Auto,   Latest States News ,  
Sharmila says public apathy forced her to end fast; family, associates surprise

Sharmila says public apathy forced her to end fast; family, associates surprise

27 Jul 2016

Imphal: Manipur's "Iron Lady" Irom Sharmila Chanu, who on Tuesday surprised many by announcing that she would end her 16-year-old fast next month, said that general "public apathy" to her 'struggle' forced her to take the decision.

Irom Sharmila,   Manipur Iron Lady,   Irom Sharmila Chanu,   AFSPA,   Armed Forces Special Powers Act,   Hunger strike,   Latest States News,  
Mumbai taxi drivers on indefinite <strong>strike</strong> against Uber, Ola

Mumbai taxi drivers on indefinite strike against Uber, Ola

26 Jul 2016

Mumbai: Taxi drivers in Mumbai are on an indefinite strike as a mark of protest against app based cabs–Uber and Ola.

Taxi,   Mumbai taxi drivers,   strike,   Uber,   Ola,   Cabs,   Taxi strike,   Latest States News,  
<strong>Nepal</strong> Prime Minister Oli steps down

Nepal Prime Minister Oli steps down

25 Jul 2016

Kathmandu: Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli yesterday resigned in the wake of a no-trust motion against him in Parliament plunging the Himalayan nation in a fresh bout of political uncertainty.

Nepal Prime Minister,   Oli,   KP Sharma Oli,   Motion against Nepal PM,   Nepali Parliament,   Latest World News,  
Restrictions, <strong>strike</strong> disrupt normal life in Kashmir

Restrictions, strike disrupt normal life in Kashmir

14 Jul 2016

Srinagar: Normal life in Kashmir was paralysed for the sixth consecutive day today due to curfew-like restrictions and separatist-sponsored strike in the wake of killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani and the ensuing deadly violence that has left 35 persons dead.

Kashmir Turmoil,   Kashmir Unrest,   Kashmir Violence,   Kashmir Separatist Sponsored Protest,   JK Government,   Kashmir Restrictions,   Latest States News ,  
Bank employees to observe one-day <strong>strike</strong> on July 29th

Bank employees to observe one-day strike on July 29th

14 Jul 2016

Chennai: Public and private sector bank employees have decided to observe a day-long strike on July 29 to oppose the 'anti-people' banking reform policies of the Centre, AIBEA said today.

Bank employees strike,   Bank strike,   Bank employees,   AIBEA,   Latest nation news ,  
Peshawar school attack mastermind killed in US drone <strong>strike</strong>

Peshawar school attack mastermind killed in US drone strike

12 Jul 2016

Peshawar: The mastermind of the Pakistani Taliban attack on an army school here that left over 140 schoolchildren dead in 2014 has been killed in a US drone strike in neighbouring Afghanistan, security officials said.

Peshawar,   Pakistan,   Peshawar school,   Peshawar school attack,   US Drone,   Umar Mansour,   World news ,  
Earthquake hits far-western <strong>Nepal</strong>

Earthquake hits far-western Nepal

02 Jul 2016

Kathmandu: A moderate earthquake measuring 4.4 magnitude on Richter scale was felt early today in Bajhang district in Nepal.

Nepal Earthquake,   Nepal Quake,   Nepal Far Western Quake,   Latest World News ,  
Hardik walks out of jail, says he wants Patels' rights not '56-inch chest'

Hardik walks out of jail, says he wants Patels' rights not '56-inch chest'

15 Jul 2016

Surat: Patel quota agitation spearhead Hardik Patel today walked out of Lajpore jail here after nine months of confinement, vowing to continue the stir, and took a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he does not want a "56-inch chest" but the rights of his community.

Patel Quota Agitation,   Patel Quota Strike,   Patel Quota Leader,   Hardik Patel,   Lajpore Jail,   Surat Jail,   Latest States News ,  
<strong>Nepal</strong> to act against Indian couple for false claim of Mt Everest climb

Nepal to act against Indian couple for false claim of Mt Everest climb

04 Jul 2016

Kathmandu: The Nepal government will take action against an Indian couple who allegedly altered photographs of themselves to falsely depict themselves on the Mount Everest summit, an official said today.  

Mount Everest Climbing,   Nepal Government Action Against Indian Couple,   Mount Everest Climbing Photograph Alteration,   Mount Everest,   Mount Everest Summit,   Latest World News ,  

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