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European leaders welcome Scottish vote for united <strong>UK</strong>

European leaders welcome Scottish vote for united UK

20 Sep 2014

Berlin: Scottish voters' rejection of independence from United Kingdom in a historic referendum has been received with relief by governments and politicians across Europe, who hailed the outcome as a vote for stable and prosperous Europe.

European leaders,   Scottish vote,   UK referendum,   Europe,   German government ,  
 Modi's remarks about Muslims' patriotism politically motivated: Mayawati

Modi's remarks about Muslims' patriotism politically motivated: Mayawati

20 Sep 2014

Lucknow: Terming Prime Minister Narendra Modi's statement about patriotism of Muslims as guided by ‘petty political interests’ BSP president Mayawati on Saturday alleged doubts on it were natural as the behavior of his partymen towards the minority community was the opposite.

Muslim community,   Muslims,   Narendra Modi,   Mayawati,   BJP,   RSS,   BSP,   minority casts,   dalits ,  
Anti-terror raids not against <strong>Muslim</strong> community: Abbott

Anti-terror raids not against Muslim community: Abbott

19 Sep 2014

Melbourn: Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Friday the ongoing counter-terrorism raids are against crimes and not against religion. The remarks came while hundreds of furious Australian Muslims launched protest claiming they were terrorized by the operation.

Anti- terror raids,   Terror attacks,   Muslim community,   Australian PM,   Tony Abbott,   Australian Muslims ,  
HC rejects ex-RAW officer's plea against CJI appointment

HC rejects ex-RAW officer's plea against CJI appointment

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the appointment of Justice HL Dattu as the next Chief Justice of India (CJI), on a plea filed by an advocate and former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) woman officer who alleged  sexual harassment by him.

New Delhi,   Delhi High Court,   appointment,   Justice HL Dattu,   Chief Justice of India,   CJI,   former Research and Analysis Wing,   RAW,   woman officer,   sexual harassment by him,  
Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

Water-holding 1.3 billion-year-old meteorite suggests Mars was habitable

18 Sep 2014

London: A fragment of a 1.3 billion-year-old Martian meteorite shows signs that it once held water, suggesting that the red planet may have been habitable, scientists say.

Martian meteorite,   Mars,   habitable,   cell-like structure,   UK,   Greece,  
Vodafone, government agree to extend date for selection of 3rd arbitrator

Vodafone, government agree to extend date for selection of 3rd arbitrator

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Indian government and Vodafone have mutually agreed to extend the deadline for appointment of the third arbitrator to resolve the Rs 20,000- crore tax dispute case with UK telecom major Vodafone.

Indian government,   Vodafone,   3rd arbitrator,   UK telecom major,   third arbitrator,   ,  
<strong>Muslim</strong> outfit rejects Al-Qaeda's expansion call

Muslim outfit rejects Al-Qaeda's expansion call

13 Sep 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: All India Sunni Jam-iyyathul Ulama, a Muslim outfit, has asked the community to reject the reported call of Al-Qaeda to expand its activities in India. The call would not have any impact in the country, the outfit's General Secretary Kanthapuram A P Abubaker Musaliar said at a function.

Al-Qaeda,   Jam-iyyathul Ulama,   Terror organization,   Asian branch,   Al-Qaeda expansion ,  
Gun-toting <strong>woman</strong> threatens boy over clarinet practice

Gun-toting woman threatens boy over clarinet practice

15 Sep 2014

Denver: A 60-year-old woman was arrested by Sheriff’s deputies in Colorado after she pointed a rifle at her neighbour’s 11-year-old as he played his clarinet in the backyard. The incident took place at the Rocky Mountain city of Grand Junction.

Cheryl Pifer,   gun-toting woman,   clarinet practice,   strange neighbour,   music class,  
TCS opens Saudi Arabia's first all-<strong>woman</strong> BPO centre

TCS opens Saudi Arabia's first all-woman BPO centre

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: India's largest software exporter TCS on Sunday said it has opened Saudi Arabia's first all-female business process centre, which will provide employment to up to 3,000 women in three years. Saudi Aramco and GE are the centre's first customers, TCS said in a statement here.

TCS,   Saudi Arabia,   first all-woman BPO,   call center,   employment,  
Islamic State video purports to show beheading of <strong>UK</strong> hostage David Haines

Islamic State video purports to show beheading of UK hostage David Haines

14 Sep 2014

Baghdad: Islamic State militants fighting in Iraq and Syria released a video on Saturday that purported to show the beheading of British aid worker David Haines. The footage could not be immediately verified but the images were consistent with that of the filmed executions of two American journalists, James Foley and Steven Sotloff, in the past month.

Islamic State,   David Haines,   ACTED,   UK hostage,   ISIS,   Barack Obama,   US President,  

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