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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 ,  
India, Pakistan Should Continue Dialogue To Address Concerns: <strong>United</strong> States

India, Pakistan Should Continue Dialogue To Address Concerns: United States

27 Aug 2016

Washington: India and Pakistan should continue a dialogue process to address their differences and issues, including Kashmir, the US has said as it asked the two nations to refrain from indulging in rhetoric.

India,   Pakistan,   United States,   Indo Pak relation,   Terrorism,   Terrorism in Pakistan,   world news,  
India votes in favour of Russian resolution at UN on gay issue

India votes in favour of Russian resolution at UN on gay issue

25 Mar 2015

United Nations: India was among the 43 countries that voted in support of a Russian-drafted resolution that proposed removing benefits for same-sex partners of UN staff, but the resolution failed to pass in the General Assembly committee after 80 nations opposed it.

India,   Russian resolution,   United Nations,   gay issue,  
Top economic <strong>nations</strong> in world

Top economic nations in world

22 Feb 2016

New Delhi: With the emergence of 'economic liberalisation' post-World War-2, many new economic-centres had emerged. Unlike the pre-World War-2 era, when USA, USSR and Europe were major economic hubs, the economic scenario has changed as Asian countries like China, Japan and India have marked unprecedented growth.

Top economic nations,   Top economies,   economic liberalisation,   USA,   USSR,   Europe,   World market,   GDP,   Latest Business News,  
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 ,  
MFs invest Rs 76,000 crore in debt market in April June

MFs invest Rs 76,000 crore in debt market in April June

28 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Mutual fund managers pumped in nearly Rs 43,000 crore into the debt market since the beginning of June, taking the total to around Rs 76,000 crore so far in the current fiscal.

Mutual Fund,   Mutual Fund Managers,   Mutual Fund Debt Market,   Mutual Fund Current Fiscal,   Latest Business News ,  
'Post-2015 agenda must give real voice to developing <strong>nations</strong>'

'Post-2015 agenda must give real voice to developing nations'

18 Feb 2015

United Nations: With the post-2015 development agenda set to be adopted later this year at the UN, India has said developing nations must be given the "necessary space" to pull their people out of poverty while pursuing socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth.

UN,   United Nations,   developing nations,   India,   sustainable growth,   Bhagwant Bishnoi ,  
Hyderabad IS module chief, <strong>fund</strong>-raiser arrested by NIA

Hyderabad IS module chief, fund-raiser arrested by NIA

12 Jul 2016

Hyderabad: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) today arrested two key members of the Hyderabad IS module which they had unearthed last month.

NIA,   ISIS,   ISIS in Hyderabad,   ISIS fund raiser,   ISIS chief,   ISIS in India,   India news,  
UN Chief asks <strong>nations</strong> to join forces to combat extremism

UN Chief asks nations to join forces to combat extremism

09 Jan 2015

United Nations:  Underling the need for greater attention to the nexus of extremism and organised crime, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has asked the global community to cooperate more in addressing the conditions that give rise to such poison.

UN Chief ,   Ban Ki moon,   extremism,   health epidemics,   United Nations,   United Nations General Assembly,  
Diageo asks Vijay Mallya to quit USL board, alleges <strong>fund</strong> diversion

Diageo asks Vijay Mallya to quit USL board, alleges fund diversion

25 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Alleging fund diversion to Kingfisher and other UB group entities, United Spirits' new owner Diageo has asked Vijay Mallya to step down as Chairman and Director of the Indian liquor firm, a demand he outrightly rejected.

Kingfisher,   UB group,   United Spirits,   Diageo,   Vijay Mallya,   Liquor firm,  

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