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North Korea Says Obama's Push For Sanctions Laughable

North Korea Says Obama's Push For Sanctions Laughable

11 Sep 2016

Seoul: North Korea said on Sunday that the United States' push for sanctions following its fifth nuclear test was "laughable" and the country would continue to strengthen its nuclear power.

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Vladimir Putin 'Far More' Of A Leader Than Barack Obama, Says Donald Trump

Vladimir Putin 'Far More' Of A Leader Than Barack Obama, Says Donald Trump

08 Sep 2016

New York: Praising Vladimir Putin, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has said the Russian President was "far more" of a leader than US President Barack Obama and asserted that he would have a "very good relationship" with the Kremlin strongman if he comes to power.

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Visa Policy May Negatively Impact Indians, PM Modi Tells UK's Theresa May

Visa Policy May Negatively Impact Indians, PM Modi Tells UK's Theresa May

05 Sep 2016

Hangzhou: Britain's new visa policy could have a "negative impact" on Indian working professionals' short term business visits to the UK, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday told his British counterpart Theresa May during their first meeting after she became Premier.

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India will surpass China in <strong>population</strong> by 2022 : UN

India will surpass China in population by 2022 : UN

30 Jul 2015

United Nations: There will be more Indians than Chinese by 2022 when both Asian giants will have 1.4 billion people each and India's population will grow at a faster pace, according to the UN.A report.

India,   China,   population,   United Nations,   UNA Report,   India China,   Latest World News,  
BRICS Should Shape International Agenda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi

BRICS Should Shape International Agenda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi

04 Sep 2016

Hangzhou (China): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said the five BRICS nations are an influential voice in international discourse and it is their shared responsibility to shape the international agenda.

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Indian-Origin Lawmaker Keith Vaz Implicated In Sex Scandal In UK

Indian-Origin Lawmaker Keith Vaz Implicated In Sex Scandal In UK

04 Sep 2016

London: Keith Vaz, Britain's longest serving Indian-origin MP, was on Sunday embroiled in a sex scandal after a newspaper claimed he had paid for male prostitutes.

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PM Narendra Modi, 57 ministers to spread across India for Yoga Day events

PM Narendra Modi, 57 ministers to spread across India for Yoga Day events

19 Jun 2016

New Delhi: As many as 57 Union ministers will spread across the country on Tuesday for the 2nd International Yoga Day programmes, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing the ancient Indian physical exercise in Chandigarh.

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US Wants Accountability From Pakistan On 26/11, Rules Out Sanctions

US Wants Accountability From Pakistan On 26/11, Rules Out Sanctions

07 Sep 2016

Washington: The US has reiterated that it wants accountability from Pakistan on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that left 166 people dead, but ruled out sanctions on the South Asian country for failing to weed out terrorists.

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US, Russia Agree To Syria Ceasefire Effective From Monday

US, Russia Agree To Syria Ceasefire Effective From Monday

10 Sep 2016

Geneva: The United States and Russia hailed a breakthrough deal on Saturday to put Syria's peace process back on track, including a nationwide ceasefire effective from sundown on Monday, improved aid access and joint targeting of banned militant Islamist groups.

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Victoria Beckham Was Drunk When She First Met David Beckham

Victoria Beckham Was Drunk When She First Met David Beckham

03 Sep 2016

London: Fashion designer Victoria Beckham has revealed she was drunk the first time she met her husband David Beckham, but says it was still "love at first sight".

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