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British PM unveils tougher anti-terror measures

British PM unveils tougher anti-terror measures

02 Sep 2014

London: Prime Minister David Cameron on Monday announced tougher anti-terror measures against British-born extremists planning to fight in Iraq and Syria, and prohibit them from returning to the UK to launch attacks on home soil.

British PM,   David Cameron,   Anti-terror measures,   Extremism,   Islamic State,   TPIMS,   ISIS,   British citizenship,   British jihadists,   James Foley,  
Islamic <strong>State</strong> poses global threat, Iraqi minister says

Islamic State poses global threat, Iraqi minister says

01 Sep 2014

GENEVA: Islamic State has committed barbaric acts against civilians in Iraq, threatening the country's territorial integrity and posing a global threat, the Iraqi government's human rights minister said on Monday in an appeal for international support.

Islamic state,   Iraq,   ISIS,   ISIS militants,   ISIL,   Iraq government,   Mohammed Shia' Al Sudani,  
Islamic <strong>State</strong> group wants to hit US, warn lawmakers

Islamic State group wants to hit US, warn lawmakers

01 Sep 2014

Washington: Cities in United States and Western Europe are being eyed as Islamic State militants' future targets and President Barack Obama needs to take action, two US lawmakers are warning.

United States,   Iraq,   ISIS,   IS,   ISIS Militants,   Journalist beheading,   James Foley,   American Jihadi,  
Security beefed up in <strong>Tripura</strong> before Independence Day

Security beefed up in Tripura before Independence Day

11 Aug 2014

Agartala: Security has been beefed up in Tripura for peaceful observance of Independence Day and to thwart any possible attacks from insurgents, police said on Monday.

Security,   Independence Day,   Tripura,   Civil Secretariat,   Tripura State Rifles,   TSR,   BSF,  
SBI signs USD 152 million export line of credit with Japanese bank

SBI signs USD 152 million export line of credit with Japanese bank

01 Sep 2014

Mumbai: State Bank of India (SBI) on Monday signed a loan agreement with the Japan Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) to set up an export credit line in two currencies worth USD 152 million.

State Bank of India,   loan agreement,   Japan Bank of International Cooperation,   JBIC,   Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi ,  
China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

China asks Microsoft to explain monopoly charges

01 Sep 2014

Beijing: Microsoft vice-president David Chen and other staff members have been questioned by a special Chinese investigation team on the world's largest software company's alleged monopoly activities in China and asked the firm to provide a written explanation within 20 days.

Microsoft vice-president,   David Chen,   China,   Chinese investigation team,   State Administration for Industry & Commerce,   Microsoft ,  
Australia to help anti-ISIL forces in Iraq: Abbott

Australia to help anti-ISIL forces in Iraq: Abbott

01 Sep 2014

Melbourne: Australia has said that it will join its global partners including the US, UK, France and Italy to help forces resisting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Iraq.

Tony Abbott,   Australia,   US,   UK,   France,   Italy,   Islamic State of Iraq,   ISIL,  
48 students fall ill after eating mid-day meal in <strong>Tripura</strong>

48 students fall ill after eating mid-day meal in Tripura

28 Aug 2014

Agartala: At least 48 students, including girls, fell ill and were admitted to hospital after eating mid-day meal in a school in Tripura, an official said on Thursday.

48 students,   ill,   mid-day meal,   Tripura,   health care,   government scheme,  
US airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town

US airdrops aid, conducts airstrikes in besieged Iraqi town

31 Aug 2014

Washington: The US military has conducted humanitarian air drop in the besieged Iraqi town of Amrili, home to thousands of Shia Turkomen who have been cut off from receiving food, water, and medical supplies for two months by the militants of the Islamic State, the Pentagon said.

US military,   Iraqi town of Amrili,   Shia Turkomen,   militants of Islamic State ,  
Kerala to study 'Gujarat model' of dry <strong>state</strong>

Kerala to study 'Gujarat model' of dry state

28 Aug 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: With Kerala deciding to close all the 730 bars to bring about prohibition in a phased manner, Tourism Minister AP Anil Kumar on Wednesday said they would study Gujarat model of a dry state for tourists.

Kerala,   Tourism Minister,   AP Anil Kumar,   Gujarat model,   dry state,   ,  

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