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Pakistan to launch fresh offensive against terrorists in Khyber region

Pakistan to launch fresh offensive against terrorists in Khyber region

25 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan will launch a fresh offensive against terrorists in the restive Khyber tribal region near Afghan border next month where security forces are battling Taliban and other insurgents, media reported on Wednesday.

fresh offensive,   Pakistan,   Khyber,   Afghan border,   security forces ,  
Now pizza to be delivered at your train seat

Now pizza to be delivered at your train seat

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Now a train passenger can also order and enjoy hot pizza at his or her seat while travelling.

Train passenger,   Train food,   Train pizza,   Indian railways,   Railway food,   IRCTC,  
Obama endorses India's bid for UNSC permanent membership

Obama endorses India's bid for UNSC permanent membership

25 Feb 2015

Washington: US President Barack Obama endorses India's candidature as a permanent member of the reformed UN Security Council, the White House has said.

US President,   Barack Obama,   UN Security Council,   UNSC ,   UNSC membership,  
Women team sets off for unique camel safari along Pakistan border

Women team sets off for unique camel safari along Pakistan border

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A contingent of over two dozen women, including border guarding 'mahila' troops of BSF, have embarked on a maiden 2,300-km camel safari along India's international border with Pakistan.

BSF,   Border Security Force,   All Women Camel Safari,   Bhuj,   BSF Headquarters,   camel safari,  
India calls for UN <strong>Security</strong> Council reforms this year

India calls for UN Security Council reforms this year

24 Feb 2015

United Nations: India has called for an urgent action to reform the UN Security Council this year, arguing the most-powerful body of the United Nations itself embodies the undemocratic stranglehold of the privileges of a few, forged by a wartime alliance that no longer exists.

UN Security Council,   India,   United Nations,  
Suzlon surges seven percent of finance <strong>security</strong> from Shanghvi family

Suzlon surges seven percent of finance security from Shanghvi family

24 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Shares of Suzlon Energy on Tuesday surged over seven percent amid reports that Sun Pharma's Dilip Shanghvi will provide as much as Rs 3,800 crore of security that will help the wind turbine maker in availing credits.

Suzlon Energy,   Shanghvi family,   Dilip Shanghvi,   BSE,   NSE,   finance security,   Sun Pharma ,  
Australian PM Abbott announces fresh <strong>security</strong> crackdown

Australian PM Abbott announces fresh security crackdown

23 Feb 2015

Sydney: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Monday announced a national security crackdown that could deny welfare payments to people seen as potential threats, strip the passports of those with dual nationality and curb travel overseas.

Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   Australian security crackdown,   Australia security,   Sydney cafe siege,   Islamic State,  
Need market reforms to boost well-being of farmers: President

Need market reforms to boost well-being of farmers: President

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday emphasised on value-added agriculture, market reform, use of technology and improving productivity in areas with untapped potential for improving the well-being of farmers.

President Pranab Mukherjee,   market reforms,   farmers,   food processing ,  
Inflation at record low due to decisive measures: President Pranab Mukherjee

Inflation at record low due to decisive measures: President Pranab Mukherjee

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday said inflation has fallen to a record low due to a number of decisive steps taken by the government and the economy is again on a high growth trajectory.

inflation,   Indian economy,   Pranab Mukherjee,   food inflation,   GDP ,  
NSA chief seeks compromise on encrypted phone snooping

NSA chief seeks compromise on encrypted phone snooping

24 Feb 2015

Washington: The National Security Agency (NSA) chief on Monday said intelligence services need access to encrypted devices to thwart terrorism, and hopes to find common ground with the tech sector on the issue.

NSA chief,   National Security Agency,   Michael Rogers,   intelligence services,   terrorism,   encrypted phone snooping,   Washington cybersecurity,  

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