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Pakistani tourists laud Indian government’s speedy clearances to bus service between two <strong>nations</strong>

Pakistani tourists laud Indian government’s speedy clearances to bus service between two nations

10 Feb 2015

Poonch: Pakistani residents, arriving in Jammu and Kashmir by bus, lauded Indian government for giving speedy clearances to the service between the two nations.

Pakistani tourists,   Indian government,   India Pakistan bus service,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
China's online <strong>population</strong> touches 648 million

China's online population touches 648 million

24 Jan 2015

Beijing: China's online population which is the world's largest reached 648 million at the end of last year, 16 million more than in June, according to an industry expert.

China,   China online Population,   GDP,   China Internet Network Information Center,   ,  
Donations are shooting after <strong>fund</strong> controversy: AAP

Donations are shooting after fund controversy: AAP

04 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The AAP on Wednesday claimed to have received donations of Rs 81 lakh yesterday from a record 2798 donors notwithstanding a severe attack on the party by the BJP following the controversy over alleged dubious funding.

AAP,   AAP donations,   BJP,   AAP funding,   Delhi polls ,  
Shanghai authorities urge 'qualified young couples' to have a second child

Shanghai authorities urge 'qualified young couples' to have a second child

28 Jan 2015

Beijing: Facing a sharp decline in workforce, Shanghai authorities have appealed to "qualified young couples" to have a second child as 30 percent population of China's biggest business hub will be aged 60 or above by this year's end, media reports said.

Shanghai,   Young couples,   China population,   China workforce,  
UNRWA gets new deputy commissioner-general

UNRWA gets new deputy commissioner-general

01 Jan 2015

United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has named Sandra Mitchell of the US as the new deputy commissioner-general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).

United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA),   Ban Ki-moon,   Margot Ellis,   United Nations,   Palestinians,   ,  
China lashes out at western attempts to demonise BRICS <strong>nations</strong>

China lashes out at western attempts to demonise BRICS nations

04 Feb 2015

Beijing: China on Wednesday criticised western attempts to "demonise" the BRICS countries which were pushing forward structural reforms to promote global growth and reduce dependence on external markets.

China,   BRICS nations,   Globalisation,   Western Countries,  
India among top three <strong>nations</strong> generating most billionaires: Report

India among top three nations generating most billionaires: Report

04 Feb 2015

Kochi: India has for the first time managed to find a place among the top three countries generating most number of billionaires in the world with Reliance Industries' Mukesh Ambani, heading the Hurun Global Rich List-India 2015 of wealthiest in the country.

India billionaires,   India rich list,   Mukesh Ambani,   Aditya Birla,   Sunil Mittal,   Global rich list,  
West Brom sign Manchester <strong>United</strong> stalwart Fletcher

West Brom sign Manchester United stalwart Fletcher

03 Feb 2015

London: West Bromwich Albion have signed Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher on a free transfer from Manchester United, the English Premier League clubs said on Monday.

West Bromwich Albion,   Darren Fletcher,   Manchester United,   English Premier League,   EPL transfers,  
 Amitabh Bachchan happy with rise in tiger <strong>population</strong>

Amitabh Bachchan happy with rise in tiger population

22 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who is the brand ambassador of save the tiger campaign, says he is elated by the fact that the population of India's national animal has increased due to the drive.

Amitabh Bachchan,   tiger campaign,   tiger,   Shamitabh,   swachh bharat,  
UN asks India to set target to cut down carbon emissions

UN asks India to set target to cut down carbon emissions

11 Jan 2015

Gandhinagar: United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday asked India to set an ambitious target to cut down carbon emissions, saying it is in a unique position to lead sustainability, energy efficiency and fight against climate change.

United Nations Secretary General,   Ban Ki-moon,   carbon emissions,   energy efficiency,   climate change,  

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