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<strong>Legislation</strong> tabled in US Congress against Muslim ban call

Legislation tabled in US Congress against Muslim ban call

13 May 2016

Washington: Seventy American lawmakers have introduced a bill in the Congress to ensure people were not barred from the US because of their religion, even as presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has stuck to his controversial "temporary" ban call on Muslims.

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India, Pakistan need to pursue closer ties on <strong>security</strong> front: US

India, Pakistan need to pursue closer ties on security front: US

11 Jun 2016

Washington: India and Pakistan need to pursue closer relationship with each other on the security front, the US has said.

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Microsoft sets up cyber <strong>security</strong> centre in Gurgaon

Microsoft sets up cyber security centre in Gurgaon

08 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Showcasing its commitment to enhancing cyber security, US-based technology company Microsoft said it has set up a Cyber Security Engagement Centre (CSEC) in Gurgaon near here.

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NGO to challenge Centre's <strong>proposed</strong> ordinance on NEET in Supreme Court

NGO to challenge Centre's proposed ordinance on NEET in Supreme Court

20 May 2016

New Delhi: The Centre's bid to allow states to continue with their separate entrance tests for MBBS and BDS courses, besides uniform medical entrance test NEET, for 2016-17 through an ordinance is likely to be challenged in the Supreme Court by an NGO.

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India's NSG entry will shake strategic balance in South Asia: China

India's NSG entry will shake strategic balance in South Asia: China

16 Jun 2016

Beijing: India's entry into the NSG will "shake" the strategic balance in South Asia and make it a "legitimate" nuclear power, leaving behind China's all-weather ally Pakistan, Chinese official media said today as it kept up its strident stand against India's inclusion in the grouping.

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Now, you can lose weight much faster with these painless tips

Now, you can lose weight much faster with these painless tips

13 Jun 2016

New Delhi: If your goal is to lose weight in just few days then forget the concept of dieting and tiresome workouts.

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High <strong>food</strong> prices: Sonia discusses steps with K V Thomas

High food prices: Sonia discusses steps with K V Thomas

29 Oct 2011

Concerned over high food inflation, Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on Saturday discussed with Food Minister K V Thomas steps required to check price rise besides reviewing progress on the proposed Food Security legislation.

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46 militants killed in Afghanistan clashes

46 militants killed in Afghanistan clashes

12 Jun 2016

Kabul: At least 46 militants were killed within a day in clashes with security forces and in airstrikes across Afghanistan, an official said on Sunday.

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Nitish Kumar's <strong>proposed</strong> anti-BJP front remains a non-starter: BJD

Nitish Kumar's proposed anti-BJP front remains a non-starter: BJD

09 May 2016

New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's call for a strong anti-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) front remains a "non-starter" for many regional parties, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) leader Bhartruhari Mahtab said here.

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Ramdev's <strong>food</strong> park in Haridwar gets full-time CISF cover

Ramdev's food park in Haridwar gets full-time CISF cover

08 Mar 2016

New Delhi: Yoga guru Ramdev's Haridwar-based food park has got a full-time security cover of armed CISF commandos, a facility extended by the Centre to only a handful of private entities such as Infosys till now.

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