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Land ordinance to be biggest trigger for <strong>Prime</strong> Minister's downfall: Congress

Land ordinance to be biggest trigger for Prime Minister's downfall: Congress

21 Apr 2015

Jammu: Asserting that the Narendra Modi led central government cannot displease majority population of the farmers to please a handful of corporates, Jammu and Kashmir Congress on Tuesday said the Land Ordinance will prove to be the biggest trigger for the Prime Minister's down fall.

Land ordinance,   Prime Minister,   Congress,   Narendra Modi,   Nawang Rigzin Jora,   CLP,   Farmers,   Latest State News,  
Salman Butt gets ICC call for hearing, Muhammad Hafeez's bowling action cleared

Salman Butt gets ICC call for hearing, Muhammad Hafeez's bowling action cleared

21 Apr 2015

Karachi: Pakistan cricket received some good news on Tueday as banned Salman Butt has been asked by the ICC anti-corruption unit to appear for a hearing and their senior all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez's bowling action was cleared by the ICC.

Salman Butt,   Muhammad Hafeez,   ICC,   Pakistan Cricket,   PCB,   latest sports news,  
AAP to hold rally against land ordinance on Wednesday

AAP to hold rally against land ordinance on Wednesday

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will hold a rally here on Wednesday to oppose the land ordinance, it was announced on Tuesday.

AAP,   Land Bill,   Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Parliament,   Jantar Mantar,   Latest State News,  
Veto lies with <strong>Pakistan</strong> on solution to Indo-China border issue: Natwar Singh

Veto lies with Pakistan on solution to Indo-China border issue: Natwar Singh

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's proposed visit to China next month, former External Affairs Minister Natwar Singh on Tuesday said that it is Pakistan which would have the veto on a "final solution" to the Sino- Indian border issue.

Narendra Modi,   Modi China visit,   Natwar Singh,   Pakistan Chinda relations,   India Pakistan relation,   INdia border dispute,   Sino India border,  
Japan's leader sends offerings to controversial war shrine

Japan's leader sends offerings to controversial war shrine

21 Apr 2015

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent religious offerings on Monday to a Tokyo shrine that honors convicted World War II leaders among its war dead, a likely signal that he won't pray there ahead of trips to Asia and the United States.

Japan,   Yasukuni shrine,   war shrine,   Hideki Tojo,   Prime Minister Shinzo Abe,   World War II,   Tokyo shrine,  
Chardham yatra begins in Uttarakhand

Chardham yatra begins in Uttarakhand

21 Apr 2015

Dehradun: The annual Chardham yatra commenced on Tuesday with the opening of the sacred portals of the Himalayan shrines of Gangotri and Yamunotri after a six-month winter break.

Uttarakhand,   Chardham Yatra,   Himalyan Shrines,   Gangotri Shrine,   Yamunotri Shrine,   Uttarakshi District,   Ganga,   Kedarnath,   Badrinath,   Chief Minister Harish Rawat,   Latest State News ,  
China, <strong>Pakistan</strong> launch joint think-tank; face ridicule on acronym

China, Pakistan launch joint think-tank; face ridicule on acronym

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: All-weather allies China and Pakistan have launched their first joint think-tank, the acronym of which became the butt of jokes on social media.

Pakistan China think tank,   Pak China relations,   Joint Think Tank,   Research and Development International,   RANDI,   China Pakistan Economic Corridor,  
President condoles passing away of J B Patnaik

President condoles passing away of J B Patnaik

21 Apr 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday condoled the death of former Odisha Chief Minister J B Patnaik, saying the nation has lost an eminent leader whose service will be always remembered.

President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   J B Patnaik,   Former Cheif Minister,   Odisha,   Condolence message,   Latest National News,  
Xi lauds <strong>Pakistan</strong> for backing China's anti-terror crackdown

Xi lauds Pakistan for backing China's anti-terror crackdown

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday lauded Pakistan for its anti-terror campaign, especially for its support in the crackdown on separatists in the restive Muslim dominated Xinjiang province, at a time when India is pressing Islamabad to contain cross-border terrorism.

Xi lauds,   Pakistan,   China,   anti terror crackdown,   separatists,   Xinjiang,   Islamabad ,   cross border terrorism,   Latest world news,  
Xi Jinping describes <strong>Pakistan</strong> as China's 'dependable' friend

Xi Jinping describes Pakistan as China's 'dependable' friend

21 Apr 2015

Islamabad: President Xi Jinping on Tuesday described Pakistan as China's "dependable" friend and firmly backed its territorial integrity, as he announced long-term support for the cash-strapped country's economic development.

Xi Jinping,   Pakistan,   China,   Chinese President,   Pak China bilateral ties,   latest world news,  

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