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Israeli air <strong>strike</strong> kills three Hamas commanders in Gaza

Israeli air strike kills three Hamas commanders in Gaza

22 Aug 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: Israel killed three senior Hamas commanders in the Gaza Strip in an air strike on Thursday and said that it would continue to target the group's armed leadership after a ceasefire failed.

Israel,   Gaza,   Palestine,   Israel-Gaza conflict,   Hamas,   Hamas commanders,  
Israeli <strong>strike</strong> kills wife, child of Gaza military chief: Hamas

Israeli strike kills wife, child of Gaza military chief: Hamas

20 Aug 2014

Gaza City: An Israeli air strike on Gaza City killed the wife and infant daughter of elusive Hamas military chief Mohammed Deif, the Islamist group said on Wednesday.

Israel,   Hamas,   Gaza,   Palestine,   Israel-Palestine conflict,   Middle-east crisis,  
Assam violence victims struggle for basic amenities

Assam violence victims struggle for basic amenities

07 May 2014

Bhangarpar (Assam): Providing basic amenities like firewood for cooking, drinking water and toilets to the 600 victims of violence, who are lodged in the relief camp here in Bhangarpur, Assam has become a major challenge for the district administration.

Assam violence,   camps,   Bhangarpur,   Kokrajhar,   Bodoland,   firewood,   tube well,  
‘Kick’ to <strong>strike</strong> gold in Pakistan box-office

‘Kick’ to strike gold in Pakistan box-office

29 Jul 2014

Karachi: Salman Khan's Eid release 'Kick' is expected to shatter all the records for the box-office collections on the first week in Pakistan. The movie, which has already drawn big crowds in some preview screenings, being run in the multiplexes in Karachi.

Kick,   Bollywood movie,   Salman Khan,   Salman Khan movies,   Pakistan,   Pakistan box-0ffice ,  
Perera double-<strong>strike</strong> rocks South Africa

Perera double-strike rocks South Africa

26 Jul 2014

Colombo: Dilruwan Perera grabbed two wickets in three balls to push South Africa on the back foot despite an unbeaten 77 by captain Hashim Amla in the second Test against Sri Lanka on Friday.

Dilruwan Perera,   Sri Lanka,   South Africa,   Colombo Test,   Hashim Amla,   AB de Villiers,   Test match,   lunch,  
Maharashtra: doctors call off <strong>strike</strong>; minister assures to accept demands

Maharashtra: doctors call off strike; minister assures to accept demands

09 Aug 2014

Mumbai: The Medical Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) on Saturday called off their indefinite strike across the state after being assured by the state government that their demands would be fulfilled within a fortnight.

Medical Association of Resident Doctors,   strike,   doctor’s strike,   government hospitals,   medical officer,  
Israeli air strikes kill 20 as offensive enters 3rd day

Israeli air strikes kill 20 as offensive enters 3rd day

10 Jul 2014

Gaza/Jerusalem: At least 20 Palestinians were killed on Thursday in fresh Israeli air strikes targeting over 300 Hamas positions, taking the death toll to 64 in the deadliest escalation in the region since November 2012.

Israeli air strike,   Gaza,   third day of air strike,   Palestinians,   casualties,   ,  
Coal India workers to go on slowdown stir from 18th September

Coal India workers to go on slowdown stir from 18th September

05 Sep 2014

Kolkata: Five national trade unions of world's largest coal miner, Coal India Ltd, have threatened to go on a ‘work to rule’ (slowdown) agitation from September 18th to 20th  in support of their charter of demands that include returning to it the coal blocks awarded to mostly private firms - a decision declared illegal by the Apex Court.

Coal India,   Coal India workers,   Coal India workers on Strike,   Coalgate,   Coal scam,   Supreme Court,  
US jets <strong>strike</strong> jihadists in Iraq, first offensive in three years

US jets strike jihadists in Iraq, first offensive in three years

09 Aug 2014

Arbil (Iraq): US jets struck jihadist positions in Northern Iraq, a potential turning point in a two-month crisis, which according to Washington, was threatening to result in genocide and expose its assets.

US,   jihad,   jihadists,   Iraq,   Iraq crisis,   Northern Iraq,  
Normal life paralysed in Kashmir due to <strong>strike</strong> by separatists

Normal life paralysed in Kashmir due to strike by separatists

13 Jul 2014

Srinagar: Normal life was disrupted in Kashmir Valley due to the strike called by separatist groups in memory of the 22 persons killed during protests against Dogra forces in 1931.

Kashmir Valley,   separatist groups,   Dogra forces,   jammu and kashmir,   strike in valley,  

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