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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".

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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.

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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,  
<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'.

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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.

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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.

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U S House passes Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act

U S House passes Malala Yousafzai Scholarship Act

20 Nov 2014

Washington: The US House of Representatives on Thursday passed a legislation named after Pakistani Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai which expands the number of scholarships to girls from her country.

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Global 'terror' deaths up by 61 percent: Study

Global 'terror' deaths up by 61 percent: Study

18 Nov 2014

London: The number of people killed globally in terrorist attacks jumped by 61 percent in 2013, reflecting the rise of Boko Haram and Islamic State jihadists, the Institute for Economics and Peace said on Tuesday.

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<strong>Taliban</strong> splinter group releases photo of Wagah suicide bomber

Taliban splinter group releases photo of Wagah suicide bomber

13 Nov 2014

Peshawar: Pakistani Taliban's splinter group Jamaat-ul-Ahrar on Thursday identified a 25-year-old man as the suicide bomber who blew himself up at Wagah killing 61 people, minutes after the popular flag-lowering ceremony at the main and border crossing with India.

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Money laundering case; Swan Telecom promoter S Balwa moves Supreme Court

Money laundering case; Swan Telecom promoter S Balwa moves Supreme Court

14 Nov 2014

New Delhi: (Swan Telecom promoter Shahid Balwa, who along with former Telecom Minister A Raja and 17 others are facing a money laundering case arising out of the 2G scam, on Friday moved the Supreme Court seeking setting aside of a lower court order of framing charges against him.

Swan Telecom promoter,   Shahid Balwa,  former Telecom Minister,   A Raja,   money laundering case,   2G scam,   Supreme Court,   ,  

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