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 Advocate found dead: District court lawyers observe <strong>strike</strong>

Advocate found dead: District court lawyers observe strike

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Lawyers of all the six district courts in Delhi on Friday abstained from work protesting security lapses which, they claimed, led to death of a 38-year-old advocate in the Tis Hazari court complex.

advocate focus dead,   district court,   district court lawyers,   Tis Hazari court,   Latest nation news ,  
Nissan says to expand U.S. regional recall for Takata <strong>air</strong> bags

Nissan says to expand U.S. regional recall for Takata air bags

17 Apr 2015

TOKYO: Nissan Motor Co said on Friday it would expand an investigative recall in certain U.S. regions to replace air bags made by Takata Corp, adding about 45,000 Sentras from the 2004-2006 model years that weren't included previously.

Nissan,   Takata air bags,   Takata Corp,   National Highway Traffic Safety,   Latest automobile news,  
Tea-sellers in Nashik become unlikely heroes battling indoor <strong>air</strong> pollution: Reports

Tea-sellers in Nashik become unlikely heroes battling indoor air pollution: Reports

17 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Armed with clean energy biomass stoves, tea-sellers in India's western city of Nashik are becoming unlikely heroes in the country's battle against indoor air pollution by not only using the wood-fuelled stoves for their trade but also selling them.

Tea sellers,   Indoor air pollution,   Clean energy,   Biomass stoves,   World Health Organization,   Indian social enterprise,   Latest National News,  
Government owes around Rs 600 crore to <strong>Air</strong> India for VVIP travel

Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for VVIP travel

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Government owes around Rs 600 crore to Air India for using its aircraft for travel of VVIPs.

Government,   Air India,   Air India aircraft,   VVIP travel,   Air India loss,   Air India revenue,   Civil Aviation ,  
Microsoft emanates <strong>air</strong> of satisfaction as EU starts anti-trust case against Google

Microsoft emanates air of satisfaction as EU starts anti-trust case against Google

16 Apr 2015

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft Corporation emanated an air of quiet satisfaction on Wednesday as European antitrust regulators readied charges against rival Google Inc for abusing its monopoly power in the online search business.

Microsoft Corporation,   Google Inc,   European Union,   Google antitrust,   Online search,   Search engine,   Android ,  
Striking teachers disrupt rail, road traffic in Bihar

Striking teachers disrupt rail, road traffic in Bihar

15 Apr 2015

Patna: Contractual school teachers, who have been agitating for a week, on Wednesday burnt tyres on the roads and squatted on railway tracks affecting rail and road traffic.

Contractual teachers,   School teachers,   Bihar teachers,   Teachers strike ,  
Poor <strong>air</strong> quality can also lead to stroke

Poor air quality can also lead to stroke

14 Apr 2015

London:  Apart from respiratory problems and cardiovascular diseases, increased air pollution also elevates your risk of suffering a stroke, says a new study.

poor air quality,   stroke,   heat stroke,   respiratory problems,   cardiovascular diseases,   air pollution ,   Latest news,   ,  
Odisha traders call off 5-day <strong>strike</strong>

Odisha traders call off 5-day strike

14 Apr 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha traders on Monday called off their five-day long strike after the state government announced setting up of a committee to examine their demand of lifting VAT on pulses, wheat and wheat products.

Odisha traders,   Strike,   VAT,   Odisha Traders Associations,   FAOTA,   Food Supplies and Consumer Welfare Minister,  
Saudi request for help in Yemen puts Pakistani PM in a bind

Saudi request for help in Yemen puts Pakistani PM in a bind

06 Apr 2015

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan's parliament begins debating a Saudi plea for military help in Yemen on Monday, a request that pits Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's staunch Saudi allies against a war-weary Pakistani public.

Yemen,   Yemen air strike,   Pakistani PM,   Saudi Arabia ,  
<strong>Air</strong> India aircraft purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

Air India aircraft purchase: Supreme Court seeks probe report from CBI

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked CBI to apprise it of the status of its probe, if any, into alleged irregularities in purchase or hiring of 111 aircraft for Air India that had cost about Rs 70,000 crores to it during the tenure of  Praful Patel as the Civil Aviation Minister.

Air India,   Aircraft purchase,   Supreme Court,   CBI,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Praful Patel,   Chief Justice H L Dattu,   Prashant Bhushan,   Latest Nation News,  

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