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Callers For dollars: Here's How <strong>Indian</strong> Call Centres Scam US Aged

Callers For dollars: Here's How Indian Call Centres Scam US Aged

30 Nov 2016

Panicking, she rang the number and told a man who said he was from the IRS: ‘I can pay $500,’ half the sum demanded. "I could do a payment plan. I just can't pay all of it at once." "Ma'am, you can pay $500 today itself. You can do that?" the man asked, adding that lawyers would look at her accounts and work out a monthly payment plan, but she had to pay half now.

Call Centre Scam,   India Call Centre,   US People,   Callers Scam,   Telefraud Scams,   Callers Scam,  
ISRO Launches PSLV-C35 Carrying 8 Satellites For <strong>Ocean</strong> And Weather Studies

ISRO Launches PSLV-C35 Carrying 8 Satellites For Ocean And Weather Studies

26 Sep 2016

Sriharikota: Indian space agency ISRO on Monday, for the first time, used its own multiple burn technology while launching eight satellites - five foreign and three domestic - in different orbits, said a senior official.  Multiple burn technology is the switching off and switching on of a rocket's engine in space.

ISRO,   Launching of PSLV-C35,   Satellites launched,   Sriharikota,   Indian space agency,   ,  
Massive <strong>Indian</strong> <strong>Ocean</strong>-Wide Tsunami Mock Drill Underway Involving 24 Countries

Massive Indian Ocean-Wide Tsunami Mock Drill Underway Involving 24 Countries

07 Sep 2016

Hyderabad: A major Indian Ocean-wide tsunami mock drill involving India and 23 other Indian Ocean countries began on Wednesday to test warning and detection systems.

Tsunami drill,   Indian coastal regions,   Tsunami drill in India,   evacuation of people,   coastal regions,   nation news,  
Missing Malaysian plane: China reports large object in <strong>south</strong> <strong>Indian</strong> <strong>Ocean</strong>

Missing Malaysian plane: China reports large object in south Indian Ocean

22 Mar 2014

Kuala Lumpur: China has reported the sighting of a large object in the southern Indian Ocean which could be related to the missing jetliner, Malaysia said on Saturday, as the desperate search for the plane entered its third week.

Malaysian jet,   missing plane,   Flight MH370,   plane debris,   search operations,  
Missing Malaysian plane: Australia resumes search in remote <strong>south</strong> <strong>Indian</strong> <strong>Ocean</strong>

Missing Malaysian plane: Australia resumes search in remote south Indian Ocean

21 Mar 2014

Melbourne: Australian military jets on Friday resumed their search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 in the remote southern Indian Ocean, nearly 2,500-kilometre southwest of Perth.

Australia to resume ocean search,   Australian authorities,   Malaysian jet,   Missing Malaysian Jet,   MH370,   Boeing 777,   Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA),   south Indian Ocean,   ,  
Terror gravest threat to world, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Terror gravest threat to world, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

07 Jul 2016

Maputo (Mozambique): Against the backdrop of spurt in terror attacks in various countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said terrorism is the "gravest threat" to the world and spoke about bolstering security and defence ties between India and Mozambique, which are connected by the Indian Ocean.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   India,   Africa,   Terrorism,   PM Modi on Terrorism,   Bangladesh attack,   Indian Ocean,   World news,  
Tension rises As US warship Challenges China's Claims In <strong>South</strong> China Sea

Tension rises As US warship Challenges China's Claims In South China Sea

22 Oct 2016

Beijing: The US action was the latest attempt to counter what Washington sees as Beijing's efforts to limit freedom of navigation in the strategic waters, U.S. officials said. The Chinese Defense Ministry called the move "illegal" and "provocative," saying that two Chinese warships had warned the U.S. destroyer to leave.

South China Sea,   US Warship,   Washington,   Beijing,   Chinese Defense Ministry,   Chinese warships,   ,  
156 Indians return home from violence ridden <strong>South</strong> Sudan

156 Indians return home from violence ridden South Sudan

15 Jul 2016

Thiruvananthapuram: The first Indian Airforce flight C-17 carrying 156 persons, who were evacuated from war-torn South Sudan's capital city Juba, arrived here early today.

Indians return India,   South Sudan,   Indian Airforce flight,   Indian in Sudan,   Juba,   Violence in Sudan,   Latest World News,  
New Zealand pick <strong>Indian</strong>-born opener for <strong>South</strong> Africa tour

New Zealand pick Indian-born opener for South Africa tour

10 Jun 2016

Wellington: New Zealand today named Indian-born opening batsman Jeet Raval in the squad for the upcoming four-Test tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa.

New Zealand vs South Africa,   Jeet Raval,   India born opener,   Indian batsman,   NZ vs SA,   Cricket news,   Latest sports news,  
7.1 magnitude quake hits southern <strong>Indian</strong> <strong>Ocean</strong>

7.1 magnitude quake hits southern Indian Ocean

05 Dec 2015

Hong Kong: A powerful 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck in the southern Indian Ocean, but there was a low likelihood of casualties and damage, US seismologists said.

Earthquake in Indian Ocean,   7.1 magnitude quake in Indian Ocean,   Epicentre of Southern Indian Ocean,   Latest World News,  

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