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‘7L girls killed in womb every year in India’

‘7L girls killed in womb every year in India’

23 Jan 2011

Seven lakh girls are killed by parents every year in India even before they are born, NHRC member and former envoy Satyabrata Pal claimed.

Satyabrata Pal,   Kolkata,   NHRC,   UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund,  
2,240 Ebola cases in West Africa: <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

2,240 Ebola cases in West Africa: United Nations

20 Aug 2014

United Nations: The number of Ebola cases in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, has reached 2,240 and a total of 1,229 deaths were also registered, UN spokesman Steaphane Dujarric said on Tuesday.

Ebola,   West Africa,   Ebola epidemic,   Ebola virus,   Ebola death toll,  
No plan to take LIC Nomura Mutual <strong>Fund</strong> public: Chairman

No plan to take LIC Nomura Mutual Fund public: Chairman

23 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), the nation's largest financial institution, has ruled out taking its mutual fund subsidiary LIC Nomura Mutual Fund public.

No plan,   LIC Nomura Mutual Fund,   public,   LIC chairman,   policy,   schemes,  
World <strong>population</strong> may hit 11 billion by 2100: Study

World population may hit 11 billion by 2100: Study

19 Sep 2014

Washington: The world population may grow larger than previously estimated, reaching 11 billion people by century's end, according to an UN-led analysis published on Thursday.

World population,   UN-led analysis,   Earth,   sociology,   fertility rates,  
<strong>United</strong> need massive investment on new players, says Neville

United need massive investment on new players, says Neville

23 Sep 2014

LONDON: Manchester United, who spent 150 million pounds ($245.18 million) on new players in the summer, might need to spend another 100 million pounds before they can compete for the Premier League title, according to former defender Phil Neville.

Manchester United,   Premier League,   Phil Neville,   World soccer,   Club soccer,  
<strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong> and European Union move against IS in Iraq

United Nations and European Union move against IS in Iraq

16 Aug 2014

Baghdad: Iraqis and foreign powers have voiced relief after Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki agreed to step down, as the UN targeted Islamist militants and the EU backed the arming of their Kurdish rivals.

Iraq war,   ISIS,   IS,   IS militants,   Nuri al-Maliki,   UN Security Council,   Iraqi Kurdish fighters,   Ban Ki-moon,   Haidar al-Abadi,  
Security issues to be discussed during Modi's US visit

Security issues to be discussed during Modi's US visit

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US on Tuesday said it shares a very broad relationship with India and key issues of security, economy and energy among others would be discussed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's maiden visit to the country. "We are all looking forward to welcoming Prime Minister Modi to Washington for a number of meetings," State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf told foreign correspondents at a news conference in Washington.

US-India ties,   Bilateral relations,   Security issues,   Modi’s US visit,   Indian PM,   General Assembly session of the United Nations,   US President,   Barack Obama ,  
Rajnath Singh advocates for addressing concerns of adolescent, youth <strong>population</strong>

Rajnath Singh advocates for addressing concerns of adolescent, youth population

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday advocated for creating an atmosphere where adolescent and youth population of the country is able to pursue their goals and excel in their chosen fields.

Rajnath Singh,   World Population Day,   UN agencies,   UNFPA,   UNICEF,   UN,   ,  
Imposing outside solutions on <strong>nations</strong> a 'recipe for disaster'

Imposing outside solutions on nations a 'recipe for disaster'

27 Aug 2014

United Nations: Adopting a critical tone, India has told the UN Security Council that ‘imposing solutions’ from outside on nations for conflict prevention is a ‘recipe for instant disaster’ and an ‘interventionist trend’ can exacerbate conflict between and within countries.

Indian government,   United Nations,   UN Security Council,   Bhagwant Bishnoi,   Council decisions,   India- UN relations,  
European leaders welcome Scottish vote for <strong>united</strong> UK

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 ,  

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