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India pledges over USD 11 million to UN bodies for next year

India pledges over USD 11 million to UN bodies for next year

14 Nov 2013

United Nations: India has contributed over USD 11 million to various UN bodies for development activities for the year 2014.

United Nations,   United Nations bodies,   UN Children's Fund (UNICEF),   Manjeev Singh Puri,   UNRWA,   India's Deputy Permanent Representative to UN ,  
Four million adolescent girls give birth every year in India

Four million adolescent girls give birth every year in India

11 Jul 2013

Four million adolescent girls in India aged 15-19 years give birth every year in India, according to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). Every hour, three of seven deaths due to complications from pregnancy, child bearing and unsafe abortions occur among girls and women aged 15-24 years, the UNFPA report said.

World population day,  Population of India,   child births in India,   Ban-Ki-moon,   UNFPA report,   UN report on child births in India ,  
Pakistan's Lie Nailed: UN Confirms 6 Addresses Of Dawood Provided By India

Pakistan's Lie Nailed: UN Confirms 6 Addresses Of Dawood Provided By India

23 Aug 2016

United Nations: Three of the nine places cited by India as addresses of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim in Pakistan have been found incorrect by a UN committee, which has removed these from its list. One of the addresses which have been dropped by the UN Security Council's Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee was found similar to that of a residence of Islamabad's envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi.

Dawood Ibrahim,   Dawood Ibrahim addresses,   Dawood Ibrahim address in Pak,   Pakistan,   United nations,   nation news,  
80 killed, 230 wounded in Kabul suicide bombing

80 killed, 230 wounded in Kabul suicide bombing

24 Jul 2016

Kabul: At least 80 people were killed and over 230 injured when Islamic State suicide bombers targeted a mass demonstration in the Afghan capital yesterday. IS fighters detonated explosive belts amidst a "gathering of Shi'ites" in Deh Mazang, said the group's Amaq News Agency.

Kabul,   Kabul Bombing,   Suicide bombing,   Islamic State,   United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan,   World news,  
Displacement on rise in Central African Republic: UN

Displacement on rise in Central African Republic: UN

01 Jan 2014

United Nations: A new wave of displacement was triggered by insecurity in Central African Republic (CAR) during the past weeks, as the crisis in the impoverished country remains severe, a UN spokesperson said on Tuesday.

Central African Republic,   United Nations,   insecurity in CAR,   UN headquarters,   UN Children's Fund,  
USD 404 million to UN humanitarian emergencies

USD 404 million to UN humanitarian emergencies

14 Dec 2013

United Nations:  More than 40 countries have pledged USD 404.6 million to a United Nations fund that provides immediate money to respond to humanitarian emergencies around the world, from conflicts in Syria and the Central African Republic to earthquakes and typhoons.

humanitarian emergencies,   UN humanitarian emergencies,   UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos,   United Nations fund,  
Obama reaffirms 'ironclad' security commitment to Gulf <strong>nations</strong>

Obama reaffirms 'ironclad' security commitment to Gulf nations

15 May 2015

Washington: President Barack Obama has reassured worried Gulf allies that the US is committed to helping protect their security as the strategy of engaging Iran will not come at their expense. Obama and the leaders from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain had talks at the White House.

United Nations,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Gulf Nations,   UAE,   Kuwait,   Oman,   GCC,   White House,   Latest World News,  
Peaceful protests achieve more than military aggression: <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

Peaceful protests achieve more than military aggression: United Nations

03 Oct 2014

United Nations: As the world grapples with 'increased sectarian violence' and conflict, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon urged the international community to follow Mahatma Gandhi's philosophy of non-violence, saying the Indian leader proved that peaceful protests accomplished much more than military aggression.

Protest,   Peaceful protest,   United Nations,   Military aggression,   Ban Ki-moon,   Non-violence day ,  
Ebola cases top 7,000 in West Africa: <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

Ebola cases top 7,000 in West Africa: United Nations

03 Oct 2014

United Nations: The UN World Health Organisation (WHO) reported that more than 7,000 people have been diagnosed with infection of the Ebola virus disease in West Africa, a UN spokesperson said on Thursday.

Ebola crises,   Ebola patients,   West African disease,   Thomas Eric Duncan ,  
UN To Begin Work On New North Korea Sanctions

UN To Begin Work On New North Korea Sanctions

10 Sep 2016

United Nations: The UN Security Council agreed to immediately begin work on a new raft of sanctions on North Korea after its fifth nuclear test drew global condemnation.

UN,   North Korea,   United Nations,   UN Security Council,   Security Council,   South Korea,   United States,   Japan,   Russia,   China,   Punggye-ri nuclear site,   Pyongyang,  

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