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Rahul asks partymen to put a <strong>united</strong> fight in Kerala polls

Rahul asks partymen to put a united fight in Kerala polls

10 Feb 2016

Thiruvananthapuram: Rahul Gandhi today exhorted Congress leaders in Kerala to shed their differences and fight the coming assembly polls unitedly even as party leaders in the state asked the party vice president not to have any truck with the CPI(M) in West Bengal.

Rahul Gandhi,   Congress partymen,   Kerala assembly polls,   Congress,   Rahul in Kerala,   Latest Nation News,  
1,850 killed, over five lakh displaced in Yemen: <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

1,850 killed, over five lakh displaced in Yemen: United Nations

19 May 2015

Geneva: The United Nations said on Tuesday that some 1,850 people had been killed and more than 500,000 displaced as a result of the conflict raging in Yemen since late March. As of May 15, 1,849 people had been killed and 7,394 had been injured, the UN humanitarian agency said citing numbers from Yemen health facilities.

Yemen Air Strikes,   United Nations,   Yemen Health Facilities,   Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi,   UN World Food Programme,   UNHCR,   Latest World News ,  
Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets nation on Maha Shivratri

Prime Minister Narendra Modi greets nation on Maha Shivratri

07 Mar 2016

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today extended his greetings to the people on Maha Shivratri."Maha Shivratri greetings to everyone," Modi tweeted.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  Maha Shivratri,   PM greets nations,   Festivals in India,   Latest India news,  
Indonesia leader calls on Muslim world to unite on Palestine

Indonesia leader calls on Muslim world to unite on Palestine

07 Mar 2016

Jakarta: Indonesia's president today urged a summit of Muslim nations to be part of the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict rather than part of the problem.

Indonesia leader,   Palestine,   Muslim nations summit,   Jokowi' Widodo,   UN Security Council,   Latest world news,  
Government mulling making EPF rules applicable to smaller establishments

Government mulling making EPF rules applicable to smaller establishments

10 Mar 2016

New Delhi: The government is considering amendments to Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) provisions to make it applicable on every establishment in which ten or more persons are employed, Rajya Sabha was informed today.

Government,   EPF rules,   Employees Provident Fund,   Bandaru Dattatreya,   Rajya Sabha,   Latest Nation News,  
Iran denies supporting US bank hacking

Iran denies supporting US bank hacking

26 Mar 2016

Tehran: Iran today denied supporting cyber attacks against the United States after a New York court indicted seven Iranians over hacking dozens of American banks and a major dam.

Iran,   Cyber attack,   United States,   New York court American banks,   Iran Foreign Ministry,   Stuxnet,   Latest World news,  
Chelsea wins battle of Dutch managers against Manchester <strong>United</strong>

Chelsea wins battle of Dutch managers against Manchester United

08 Feb 2016

London:  A goal in added time by Chelsea's Diego Costa earned a point against Manchester United and preserved Guus Hiddink's unbeaten record since returning to the London club as interim manager in December while denying Dutch compatriot Louis van Gaal victory.

Chelsea vs Manchester United,   Chelsea against Manchester United,   Diego Costa,   Diego Costa goal,   Louis vaan Gaal,   Guus Hiddink,   Latest sports news,  
World economy is 'highly vulnerable', warns IMF

World economy is 'highly vulnerable', warns IMF

25 Feb 2016

Washington: The International Monetary Fund has warned that the world economy is "highly vulnerable" and called for new mechanisms to protect the most vulnerable countries.

IMF,   International monetary fund,   IMF on world economy,   Latest Business News,  
World not equipped to cope with increasing number of elderly people: Global study

World not equipped to cope with increasing number of elderly people: Global study

01 Oct 2013

United Nations: The world is ageing so fast that most countries are not prepared to support their swelling numbers of elderly people, according to a global study issued on Tuesday by the United Nations and an elder rights group.

United Nations,   elder rights group,   Global Age Watch Index,   Help Age International,   UN Population Fund,  
India re-elected to UN International Trade Law Commission

India re-elected to UN International Trade Law Commission

10 Nov 2015

United Nations: India has been re-elected by the General Assembly to a six year term on the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).

India in United Nations,   UN international trade law commission,   India in UN trade law commission,   India in UNCITRAL,   Latest World News,  

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