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Over 2,500 cops to be deployed during Fadnavis swearing-in

Over 2,500 cops to be deployed during Fadnavis swearing-in

30 Oct 2014

Mumbai: A strict vigil will be maintained during the swearing-in of Devendra Fadnavis as Maharashtra Chief Minister at Wankhede stadium here on Friday, with over 2,500 security personnel being deployed in and around the sprawling ground.

Mumbai,   strict vigil,   swearing-in,   Devendra Fadnavis,   Maharashtra Chief Minister,   Wankhede stadium,   security personnel,  
India, Vietnam decide to step up <strong>security</strong>, defence ties

India, Vietnam decide to step up security, defence ties

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India and Vietnam decided to ramp up their defence and security ties that will see supply of four naval patrol vessels to Hanoi and increased training of its military personnel, a month after India extended USD 100 million Line of Credit (LoC) for defence procurement.

India,   Vietnam,   security,   defence ties,   Narendra Modi,   ,  
 India, US discuss military ties and global <strong>security</strong> issues

India, US discuss military ties and global security issues

29 Oct 2014

Washington: US and India will continue to work together to further strengthen their military-to-military relations as the top defence officials of the two countries have discussed a range of bilateral security issues.

Indian,   US,   defence officials,   Defence Policy Group,   Radha Krishna Mathur,   India-US military ties,   India-US ties ,  
WTO DG senses inclination to solve <strong>food</strong> <strong>security</strong> issue

WTO DG senses inclination to solve food security issue

17 Oct 2014

Geneva/New Delhi: Although there is an impasse at WTO, there is a "widespread positive disposition" to find a permanent solution to the issue of public stock-holding of foodgrains, its Director General Roberto Azevedo said.

WTO,   Roberto Azevedo,   Bali deal,   food security issue,   food security bill,   World Trade Organization,   Trade Facilitation Agreement ,  
Tips for eating out when you are on dieting

Tips for eating out when you are on dieting

28 Oct 2014

London: One in five calorie-conscious youths are shunning their friends in favour of their figures, admitting they would cancel plans, or have done so in the past, for fear of ruining their diet. But there are many options to get the right food while dining out with family or friends.

Dieting,   health,   carbohydrates,   Beauty,   Food,   Colours,  
Man in PM Cameron's <strong>security</strong> breach was just jogging to gym

Man in PM Cameron's security breach was just jogging to gym

28 Oct 2014

London: A 28-year-old man, who caused a security alert after running into British Prime Minister David Cameron, has said he had "no idea" that it was the premier he had collided with and was just jogging to the gym.

London,  security alert,   British Prime Minister,   David Cameron,   jogging,   gym,  
Karisma Kapoor attends 'Snack Party' in Delhi

Karisma Kapoor attends 'Snack Party' in Delhi

28 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Bollywood diva Karisma Kapoor was spotted here on Monday at an event 'Snack Party with Karisma' hosted by leading frozen food brand McCain.

Karisma Kapoor,   Snack Party with Karisma,   McCain,   frozen food,   Karisma,  
India will stick to its position on <strong>food</strong> issue at WTO: Nirmala Sitharaman

India will stick to its position on food issue at WTO: Nirmala Sitharaman

15 Oct 2014

New Delhi: India will stick to its position on the food security issue at the WTO trade negotiations as it is the sovereign duty of the government to protect the interest of its poor, Commerce & Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said.

India,   Food security,   WTO,   India trade,   Modi government,   India poor,   Commerce & Industry Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   Food security,  
42 Indian fishermen held by Pakistan Maritime <strong>Security</strong> Agency

42 Indian fishermen held by Pakistan Maritime Security Agency

28 Oct 2014

Ahmedabad: Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (MSA) apprehended 42 Indian fishermen and their seven boats near Jakhau port off the Gujarat coast today, an official of the Fishworkers Forum said.

Indian fishermen,   Pakistan Maritime Security Agency,   MSA,   National Fishworkers' Forum,   India,   Pakistan,  
Junk <strong>food</strong> brands using Facebook to target young people

Junk food brands using Facebook to target young people

27 Oct 2014

Melbourne: Junk food brands are engaging with young Facebook users to promote unhealthy foods which can contribute to obesity and lifestyle diseases, a new study has found.

Junk food,   Facebook,   unhealthy food,   obesity,   lifestyle disease,   young adults,   social networks,  

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