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Suicide bomber hits British embassy vehicle in Afghan capital, kills at least three

Suicide bomber hits British embassy vehicle in Afghan capital, kills at least three

27 Nov 2014

KABUL: A suicide bomber struck a British embassy vehicle in Afghanistan's capital on Thursday, killing at least three people and wounding many bystanders, officials and a witness said.

Kabul,   Suicide bomber,   British embassy,   Embassy vehicle,   Afghanistan,   Taliban,  
<strong>Shahid</strong> has no dates for 'Udta Punjab'?

Shahid has no dates for 'Udta Punjab'?

26 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Shahid Kapoor's shoot diary is said to have made director Abhishek Chaubey restless. The latter's 'Udta Punjab' was scheduled to go on the floors early next year. But, the actor is unlikely to be available for the project.

Udta Punjab,   Shahid Kapoor,   Abhishek Chaubey,   Shaandar,   Farzi,  
Malik claims to have proof of IS presence in Pakistan

Malik claims to have proof of IS presence in Pakistan

27 Nov 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's former interior minister Rehman Malik has claimed that he had documentary evidence about the presence of the dreaded Islamic State terror group in the country.

Pakistan,   IS,   Former Minister Rehman Malik,   Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif,   SAARC,  Tehreek-i-Taliban,  Pakistan People's Party ,   ISIS,   Al-Quaeda,  Nisar Ali Khan ,  
Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: After 'Shahid' and 'CityLights', Hansal Mehta is producing and directing a movie inspired by the true story of a gay professor as he feels the debate on sexual orientation should be a part of mainstream.

Hansal Mehta,   Shahid,   CityLights,   Manoj Bajpayee,   Rajkummar Rao,   Bollywood films,   mainstream cinema,  
Pakistani <strong>Taliban</strong> demands release of prisoners

Pakistani Taliban demands release of prisoners

16 Sep 2013

Islamabad: Pakistani Taliban on Sunday demanded the release of their prisoners and withdrawal of army from the country's restive tribal regions, which it says could be part of confidence building measures for the possible peace talks.

Pakistani Taliban,   Taliban prisoners,   Taliban peace talks,   Taliban militants,   Taliban spokesperson Shahidullah Shahid,   Pakistan government,  
Drowning kills 372,000 people each year: UN

Drowning kills 372,000 people each year: UN

18 Nov 2014

United Nations: A newly-released World Health Organisation (WHO) report shows that drowning claims the lives of 372,000 people each year, UN deputy spokesperson Farhan Haq said Monday.

World Health Organisation,   UN,   WHO,   UN deputy spokesperson ,  
<strong>Shahid</strong> Kapoor flies to Poland for 'Shaandar' shoot

Shahid Kapoor flies to Poland for 'Shaandar' shoot

18 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor is flying to Poland to complete the last shooting schedule of Vikas Bahl-directed film 'Shaandar'.

Shahid Kapoor,   Shaandar,   Alia Bhatt,   Pankaj Kapur,   Sanjay Kapoor,   Shahid Kapoor selfie,  
Modi government gaining popularity for good event management: Ajoy Kumar

Modi government gaining popularity for good event management: Ajoy Kumar

21 Nov 2014

Jamshedpur: Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government for its "crony capitalism", Congress on Friday said the Modi government was gaining popularity because of "good event management" not "good governance".

good event management,   Congress spokesperson,   crony capitalism,   Ajoy Kumar,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi-led government,   good governance,   Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana,   ,  
India gives qualified nod to Afghan reconciliation moves

India gives qualified nod to Afghan reconciliation moves

21 Nov 2014

United Nations: India has given a qualified nod to Afghanistan's reconciliation moves towards the Taliban, provided it is "transparent, led by the Afghan government" and respects the nation's constitution.

India,   Afghanistan,   reconciliation moves,   qualified nod,   Taliban,   Afghan government,   Asoke Kumar Mukerji,   Afghan constitution,   UNGA,   TAPI project,  
Mulayam rides buggy on birthday, Azam triggers controversy over funds

Mulayam rides buggy on birthday, Azam triggers controversy over funds

21 Nov 2014

Rampur(UP): The 75th birthday bash of SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav, who rode an imported Victorian- style 'buggy' on Thursday, kicked up a controversy over its funding with party leader Azam Khan saying that money has come from terror group Taliban and Dawood Ibrahim.

SP supremo,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,   Buggy,   ride,   Azam Khan,   Azam Khan controversy,   Terror group,   Taliban,   Dawood Ibrahim,   Mulayam Singh Yadav birthday ,  

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