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Toll mounts to 411 as three more die of swine flu in <strong>Rajasthan</strong>

Toll mounts to 411 as three more die of swine flu in Rajasthan

26 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Three more persons died of swine flu in Rajasthan, taking the toll of those succumbed to the HINI virus since beginning of this year to 411 in the state, an official said on Thursday.

Toll,   Swine flu,   HINI virus,   Medical and Health Department,   Influenza,  
<strong>Rajasthan</strong> government to connect all villages by roads

Rajasthan government to connect all villages by roads

26 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Public Works Department Minister Yunus Khan on Wednesday said the government was aiming to connect every village of the state with roads by the year 2018.

Rajasthan government,   Rajasthan villages,   road construction,   Public Works Department Minister,   Yunus Khan,  
Resolving <strong>border</strong> dispute will remove obstacles in ties: China

Resolving border dispute will remove obstacles in ties: China

24 Mar 2015

Beijing: China on Tuesday said an early settlement of the border dispute with India will effectively remove the "obstacles" in the way of improving bilateral ties as it expressed readiness to achieve more progress in finding a solution to the "very complicated" issue.

border dispute,   obstacles in ties,   China,   India,   Indo China relationships ,  
BSF foils infiltration bids in Samba and Kathua districts

BSF foils infiltration bids in Samba and Kathua districts

25 Mar 2015

Jammu: Border security force (BSF) troops on Wednesday foiled two infiltration bids by separatist guerrillas on the international border in Samba and Kathua districts of the region, police said.

BSF,   infiltration bids,   Samba district,   Kathua district,   Border security force troops,   international border,   Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K twin terror attacks,  
30 militants killed in fresh airstrikes in Pakistan's restive Northwest

30 militants killed in fresh airstrikes in Pakistan's restive Northwest

25 Mar 2015

Peshawar: At least 30 suspected militants from a pro-Taliban outfit, including its spokesman, were on Wednesday killed when Pakistani fighter jets pounded their hideouts in the volatile northwest tribal region near the Afghan border.

Militants killed,   Airstrikes in Pakistan,   Pro Taliban outfit,   Afghan border,   Fighter jets,  
China agrees with India to maintain <strong>border</strong> peace

China agrees with India to maintain border peace

24 Mar 2015

Beijing: China and India have agreed to maintain peace and tranquillity along their Himalayan border while they work on resolving a long-festering boundary dispute, China`s foreign ministry said after talks in New Delhi.

Indo China relations,   India,   China,   Chinese delegations,   Narendra Modi,   border talks,   S Jaishankar,   PM Modi,  
India, China hold <strong>border</strong> talks

India, China hold border talks

23 Mar 2015

New Delhi: India and China on Monday held the 18th round of talks on the the vexed boundary issue, the first such meeting after Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to power last year.

India China Talk,   Border issue,   Narendra Modi,   Ajit Doval,   Yang Jiechi,   Sushma Swaraj,   China intrusion ,  
Stop cross-<strong>border</strong> infiltration: Mufti's message to Pakistan

Stop cross-border infiltration: Mufti's message to Pakistan

23 Mar 2015

Jammu: A day after he asked Pakistan to rein in terrorists, Chief Minister Mufti Mohmmad Sayeed on Monday took up where he left off saying the neighbouring country should be told to halt cross-border infiltration into Jammu and Kashmir as it was a prerequisite for peace.

Cross border inflitration,   Mufti Sayeed,   Pakistan,   Militant,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Legislative Council,   Terrorists,  
Indonesia detains alleged IS recruiters

Indonesia detains alleged IS recruiters

23 Mar 2015

Jakarta: Indonesian anti-terror police have arrested five men who allegedly arranged for a group of mostly women and children to try and enter Syria to join the Islamic State (IS) group, an official said.

Indonesia,   IS recruiters,   Syria,   Turkish border town,  
 Rajnath Singh asks Pakistan to end 'atmosphere of terror' along <strong>border</strong>

Rajnath Singh asks Pakistan to end 'atmosphere of terror' along border

23 Mar 2015

Attari: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh asked Islamabad to end the atmosphere of terror along the border, saying that New Delhi wants to maintain friendly relations with the neighbouring country.

Rajnath Singh,   Pakistan,   Union Home Minister,   terror attacks,   LOC,   India,   BSF ,  

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