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Saudis win <strong>case</strong> for no OPEC output cut

Saudis win case for no OPEC output cut

27 Nov 2014

VIENNA: Gulf oil producers led by Saudi Arabia on Thursday won the case for keeping OPEC output unchanged, overriding calls from poorer members of the exporters' group for action to halt a slide in crude prices.

Gulf,   Oil producers,   Saudi Arabia,   OPEC,   Gas output,   Crude oil prices,  
Final hearing begins in 2002 Gulberg society riot <strong>case</strong>

Final hearing begins in 2002 Gulberg society riot case

27 Nov 2014

Ahmedabad: The special trial court for the 2002 Gulberg Society riot case, in which 68 people including former Congress MP Ehsan Jafri were killed, commenced hearing on Thursday on a day-to-day basis.

Trial court,   2002 riots,   Gulberg Society,   Riot case,   Congress MP,   Ehsan Jafri,  
<strong>Musharraf</strong> warns of proxy war with India in Afghanistan

Musharraf warns of proxy war with India in Afghanistan

18 Nov 2014

Karachi: The departure of NATO combat forces from Afghanistan could push India and Pakistan towards a proxy war in the troubled nation, Pakistan's former military ruler General Pervez Musharraf has warned.

Karachi,   NATO,   Combat forces,   Afghanistan,   India,   Pakistan,   Pakistan military,   Pervez Musharraf,  
Badaun sisters <strong>case</strong>: CBI finds no evidence of murder, rape

Badaun sisters case: CBI finds no evidence of murder, rape

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The CBI has found no evidence of murder or sexual assault in its probe into the death of two teenage cousins, whose bodies were found hanging from a tree in Uttar Pradesh's Badaun district last May, according to agency sources.

Badaun sisters case,   Badaun sisters case in Uttar Pradesh,   CBI Probe into Badaun sisters case,   Law and order in Uttar Pradesh,   Uttar Pradesh government ,  
IPL spot fixing <strong>case</strong>: Who controls Chennai Super Kings, SC asks Srinivasan

IPL spot fixing case: Who controls Chennai Super Kings, SC asks Srinivasan

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday asked the suspended BCCI president N Sriniavsan to give details about who controls Chennai Super Kings (CSK) owned by India Cements.

IPL spot fixing,   Chennai Super Kings,   CSK owner,   Supreme Court,   Srinivasan,   BCCI president,   India,  
CBI files <strong>case</strong> diary of coal scam involving Kumar Mangalam Birla, others

CBI files case diary of coal scam involving Kumar Mangalam Birla, others

27 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The CBI on Thursday filed the case diary and crime files in a sealed cover in a coal blocks allocation case related to Hindalco before a special court, complying with its order. The court has now fixed the matter for consideration of CBI's closure report filed in the case for December 12.

CBI,   CBI in coal scam,   coal scam,   Kumar Mangalam Birla,   coal scam case,  
EU's Google <strong>case</strong> should not be politicised: US

EU's Google case should not be politicised: US

26 Nov 2014

BRUSSELS: The United States voiced concern on Tuesday over a draft plan by two EU lawmakers to break up Google Inc, saying politicians should not influence the EU's antitrust inquiry into the world's most popular Internet search engine.

United States,   EU lawmakers,   Google Inc,   Internet,   Search engine,  
We will pursue Sarita Devi's <strong>case</strong>: Sonowal

We will pursue Sarita Devi's case: Sonowal

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Sports Minister Sarbanand Sonowal on Tuesday said that the government is more than keen to pursue Indian woman boxer L Sarita Devi's matter with AIBA to get her suspension, which was imposed on her for not accepting the bronze medal at Asian Games medal ceremony, overturned.

Sports Minister Sarbanand Sonowal,   Indian woman boxer L Sarita Devi,   AIBA ,  
So far, no Ebola <strong>case</strong> in India, says Nadda

So far, no Ebola case in India, says Nadda

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Union Health Minister JP Nadda said on Tuesday that no case of Ebola has been reported in India so far. The minister added that passengers coming from affected countries are screened at international airports and major ports.

Ebola,   Union Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Risk of Ebola,   international airports,   Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme,   ,  
Google reaches out-of-court settlement in UK defamation <strong>case</strong>

Google reaches out-of-court settlement in UK defamation case

25 Nov 2014

London: Google Inc said on Monday it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a money-launderer.

Google Inc,   British businessman,   Defamatory postings,   Search results,   Pedophile,   Google cases,  

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