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Sweden recognises Palestinian <strong>state</strong>, hopes will revive peace process

Sweden recognises Palestinian state, hopes will revive peace process

30 Oct 2014

STOCKHOLM: The Swedish government officially recognised the state of Palestine on Thursday, the first Western European country to do so, reflecting growing international exasperation over the moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process.

Swedish government,   Palestine,   Western Europe,   International exasperation,   Israeli-Palestinian war,   Israel,  
Hyderabad Police detains techie for trying to join ISIS

Hyderabad Police detains techie for trying to join ISIS

30 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: A 30-year-old software engineer, who allegedly had plans to join the ranks of the dreaded terror group Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq, has been detained by Hyderabad Police.

Hyderabad,   Hyderabad police,   Software engineer,   Terror group,   Islamic State,   ISIS,   Iraq,   Muslims,  
 Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

Karnataka doctors withdraw resignations, end strike

30 Oct 2014

Bangalore: About 2,600 government doctors, including specialists, across Karnataka on Wednesday agreed to withdraw their resignation letters and call off their protest following assurances by the state government that their demands will be fulfilled soon.

Karnataka,   Karnataka State Government,   Government Doctors,   Health Minister,   UT Khader,   ,  
Application submission date for SET- TS and AP-2014 extended

Application submission date for SET- TS and AP-2014 extended

29 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: The Osmania University on Wednesday issued a revised schedule of online submission of Applications of State Eligibility Test for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh (SET- TS and AP-2014).

Osmania University,  State Eligibility Test,   Telangana,   Andhra Pradesh,   Cyclonic Condition,  
Indo-Pak standoff may offset China's diplomatic gains: Chinese think tank

Indo-Pak standoff may offset China's diplomatic gains: Chinese think tank

29 Oct 2014

Beijing: Indo-Pak tensions can counter-balance China's diplomatic gains in South Asia and will divert Pakistan's attention from fighting militants, also linked to violence in Muslim-majority Xinjiang, a Chinese think tank has said.

Indo-Pak tension,   China,   South Asia,   Pakistan,   India,   China diplomatic gains,   Islamic State,  
People spend Rs 8k cr on attestation; Govt for self-validation

People spend Rs 8k cr on attestation; Govt for self-validation

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Citing that Indians spend about Rs 8,000 crore on affidavits annually, the Centre has asked all its ministries and state governments to promote self-certification of documents in various official works.

New Delhi,   Indians,  affidavits,   Centre,   ministries,  state governments,   self-certification of documents,  
Three militants surrender in <strong>Tripura</strong>

Three militants surrender in Tripura

11 Oct 2014

Agartala: Three tribal militants surrendered to the Assam Rifles in Tripura, an official statement said here on Saturday.

Security forces,   tribal guerrillas,   Bru Democratic Front of Mizoram,   BDFM,   arms,   ammunition,   Assam Rifles,   Khedachara,   north Tripura,  
Akhilesh Yadav re-appointed as SP <strong>state</strong> president

Akhilesh Yadav re-appointed as SP state president

27 Oct 2014

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav was on Monday re-appointed as Samajawdi Party state president by party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav.

Akhilesh Yadav,   Uttar Pradesh,   Chief Minister,   Samajawdi Party,   state president,   SP state president,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,  
Centre convenes meeting on new India-Bangladesh rail link

Centre convenes meeting on new India-Bangladesh rail link

27 Oct 2014

Agartala: The external affairs ministry has convened a meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday to finalize the pending issues relating to proposed Agartala (Tripura)-Akhaura (Bangladesh) new rail link project, official said here on Monday.

India Bangladesh rail,   Agartala to Akhaura,   Tripura,   Bangladesh,   new rail link project,   India,   Bangladesh,   Agartala-Akhaura rail link,  
1,000-hour bandh for separate <strong>state</strong> begins in Karbi Anglong

1,000-hour bandh for separate state begins in Karbi Anglong

27 Oct 2014

Diphu: The 1,000 hour Karbi Anglong bandh called by Joint Action Committee for Autonomous State (JACAS) began this morning, affecting the normal life and vehicular movement on highways passing through the district.

JACAS,   Karbi Anglong Bandh,   Demand of Separate State,   Diphu,  Assam,  

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