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Committed to dispute free <strong>South</strong> Asia, says leaders at SAARC summit

Committed to dispute free South Asia, says leaders at SAARC summit

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: “We are committed to dispute free South Asia, need bonds of trust to solve our problems, said Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif at SAARC meet which began on Wednesday in Kathmandu.

dispute free South Asia,   leaders,   SAARC,   SAARC summit,   India Pakistan,   Nepal,   China,   Sri Lanka,  
Rajnath lauds high voter turnout in <strong>Kashmir</strong>, Jharkhand

Rajnath lauds high voter turnout in Kashmir, Jharkhand

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday said the huge voter turnout in the Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand Assembly Elections was a 'positive sign' and people had defied the threat of militants and Maoists.

Rajnath Singh,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Jharkhand Jharkhand Assembly Elections,   militants,   Naxals,   Maoists,   J&K Polls,   Jharkhand Polls,  
Sania named UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador for <strong>South</strong> Asia

Sania named UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Indian tennis star Sania Mirza was appointed the UN Goodwill Ambassador for the South Asian region on Tuesday by UN Women at an event held to mark the International Day To End Violence Against Women.

UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador,   South Asia,   Indian tennis star,   Sania Mirza,   UN,   Goodwill Ambassador,   End Violence Against Women,  
LIVE: PM Modi addresses SAARC Summit

LIVE: PM Modi addresses SAARC Summit

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Leaders adddresses SAARC Summit in Kathmandu on Wednesday.

SAARC Summit,   PM Modi,   future of South Asia,   bilateral ties,   trade,   Narendra Modi,   China,   Nepal,   India,   Pakistan,   SAARC,  
Players to be counselled after Phillip Hughes mishap

Players to be counselled after Phillip Hughes mishap

25 Nov 2014

Sydney: Traumatised players from the New South Wales and South Australia sides are being offered counselling after batsman Phillip Hughes was taken to the hospital following a shocking head injury that needed mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and surgery.

New South Wales,   South Australia,   Phillip Hughes ,  
Saarc leaders to meet amid hopes of <strong>South</strong> Asian integration

Saarc leaders to meet amid hopes of South Asian integration

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: The 18th Saarc Summit begins here on Wednesday with focus on deeper integration among the eight South Asian neighbours, amid high hopes that the leaders of India and Pakistan will meet to break their diplomatic ice.

Kathmandu,   Saarc Summit,   South Asia,   India,   Pakistan,   Nepal,  
Public Accounts Committee blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in <strong>Kashmir</strong> project

Public Accounts Committee blames Railways for Rs 3,258 crore loss in Kashmir project

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Not happy over the way the Kashmir rail link project is being executed, a parliamentary panel has expressed serious concern over losses of more than Rs 3,200 crore due to various factors like bad planning, inadequate surveys and delayed decisions by Railways.

Public Accounts Committee,   Kashmir rail link project,   bad planning,   inadequate surveys,   delayed decisions,   K V Thomas,   ,  
Over 40 percent turnout recorded in Ladakh region till 2 PM

Over 40 percent turnout recorded in Ladakh region till 2 PM

25 Nov 2014

Leh (JK): Voting in frontier Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir which started on a dull note this morning, picked up gradually with over 40 per cent of nearly 1.61 lakh electorate exercising their franchise till 2 PM.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Ladakh region,   Ladakh polls,   NC,   PDP,   Omar Abdullah,  
Jammu & <strong>Kashmir</strong> polls: Nearly 33 PC voting recorded till noon

Jammu & Kashmir polls: Nearly 33 PC voting recorded till noon

25 Nov 2014

Srinagar/Jammu: Ignoring boycott call by separatist groups and braving cold weather, nearly 33 percent polling was on Tuesday recorded till noon, in most of the 15 constituencies going to polls in first of the five-phased polls in Jammu and Kashmir.

Polling begins,   first phase elections,   Jammu and Kashmir,   elections,   polling,  
Chloe Tryon anchors tense <strong>South</strong> African chase

Chloe Tryon anchors tense South African chase

24 Nov 2014

Bengaluru: Chloe Tryon stood tall amid ruins as she hit a superb half-century under pressure to guide South Africa to a tense two-wicket win over India in the first cricket One-day International here on Monday.

Chloe Tryon,   South Africa cricket team,   Indian cricket team,  

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