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SEBI cautions against illicit high-return schemes

SEBI cautions against illicit high-return schemes

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Regulator Security Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday cautioned investors against putting their hard earned money in unregulated schemes floated by companies illegally raising funds with promise of exorbitant rates of return.

SEBI,   high return schemes,   Security Exchange Board of India ,   CCPS,   ,  
Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

17 Dec 2014

Geneva: World powers resumed negotiations with Iran over Tehran's disputed nuclear programme, more than three weeks after they last met and gave themselves another seven months to strike a deal.

Iran nuclear talks,   Tehran disputed nuclear programme,   world powers negotiations,   UN Security Council,   P5+1,   European Union,  
Indian cricket team provided adequate <strong>security</strong>: Sonowal

Indian cricket team provided adequate security: Sonowal

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The Indian cricket team which is currently touring Australia has been provided "adequate" security, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said on Tuesday, seeking to allay any apprehensions about the safety of the players following the Sydney hostage crisis.

Indian cricket team,   Test Series in Australia,   Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   Sydney hostage crisis,  
Women's <strong>security</strong> issues raised in Lok Sabha on Nirbhaya rape anniversary

Women's security issues raised in Lok Sabha on Nirbhaya rape anniversary

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On the second anniversary of the Delhi gangrape, three women members in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday raised the issue of women's security and demanded fast tracking of such cases.

Women's security issues,   Lok Sabha,   Nirbhaya rape anniversary,   crime against women,   women security,   Kirron Kher,  
Sydney siege: System failed to track  gunman, says Abbott

Sydney siege: System failed to track gunman, says Abbott

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott acknowledged on Wednesday that the nation’s security system failed to keep track of a gunman responsible for a deadly siege at  Sydney cafe, and promised a transparent investigation into why the man was not on any terror watchlist despite having long criminal history.

Sydney hostage crisis,   Sydney Cafe hostage crisis,   Australia's national security,   war on terror,   Man Haron Monis,   Tony Abbott,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
<strong>Security</strong> beefed up in Jammu ahead of PM Modi's rally

Security beefed up in Jammu ahead of PM Modi's rally

16 Dec 2014

Jammu:  A thick security blanket has been thrown around the city  for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election rally on tuesday, ahead of the final phase of election in Jammu and Kashmir.

Jammu,   PM,   Narendra Modi,   Election rally,   Security ,  
<strong>Security</strong> beefed-up for Brisbane Test after Sydney siege

Security beefed-up for Brisbane Test after Sydney siege

16 Dec 2014

Brisbane: Security for the second cricket Test between India and Australia has been tightened with more police being deployed around the Gabba in the wake of the Sydney cafe siege, officials said on Monday.

Steve Smith,   BCCI,   Campbell Newman,   Test Cricket,   India,   Australia,   Sydney Siege,  
US still facing <strong>security</strong> challenges around the globe: Barack Obama

US still facing security challenges around the globe: Barack Obama

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Even as its 13-year-long war in Afghanistan comes to an end this month, America continues to face "security challenges" around the globe, in particular from the sudden rise of ISIS, President Barack Obama has said.

Afghanistan ,   US,   Barack Obama,   security challenges,   rise of ISIS,  
No special package to revive sick sugar mills: Minister

No special package to revive sick sugar mills: Minister

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The government on Tuesday said it was not considering any special economic package for reviving sick sugar mills in the country.

Government,   Special economic package,   Sugar mills,   Consumer Affairs,   Food and Public Distribution,  
Need for social awareness to stop crime against women: Najeeb Jung

Need for social awareness to stop crime against women: Najeeb Jung

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: On the second anniversary of December 16 gang-rape incident, Lt Governor Najeeb Jung on Tuesday said several steps have been taken to ensure women security in the national capital but there is still a need for social awareness in the society to bring an end to such cases.

Delhi,   Lieutenant Governor,   Najeeb Jung,   Women Security,   Social Awareness,  

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