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'Non-representative' UNSC lacks legitimacy: India

'Non-representative' UNSC lacks legitimacy: India

20 Jan 2015

United Nations: India has told the UN that its top organ, the Security Council, "uniquely" lacks the legitimacy to counsel nations on merits of political inclusiveness due to its non-representative character.

United Nations,   India,   UN,   UNSC,   Political inclusiveness,  
UN condemns Boko Haram attacks

UN condemns Boko Haram attacks

20 Jan 2015

United Nations: The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the recent increase in Boko Haram attacks, and demanded that the Islamist extremist group immediately cease all hostilities, media reported on Tuesday.

Boko Haram attacks,   UN condemns,   United Nations,  
States that sponsor terrorists must be made accountable: India

States that sponsor terrorists must be made accountable: India

03 Jul 2016

United Nations: India has demanded in the UN that perpetrators of terror attacks and the nations that sponsor and provide safe havens to terrorists must be made accountable as it called for early adoption of the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT).

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UNICEF India focusing core child issues: Top official

UNICEF India focusing core child issues: Top official

16 Aug 2013

New Delhi: Child issues concerning malnutrition, sanitation, protection and basic education are the prime focus areas currently for UNICEF in India, a top official of the UN body said on Friday.

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Mulayam Says His Family Is <strong>United</strong>, Akhilesh Will Decide On Shivpal

Mulayam Says His Family Is United, Akhilesh Will Decide On Shivpal

25 Oct 2016

Lucknow: Aiming to settle the ongoing family feud in Samajwadi Party, SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav on Tuesday said his family and the party are now united.

Mulayam Singh Yadav,   Press Conference,   Samajwadi Party Crisis,   Akhilesh,  
World Environment Day: Wildlife species on the verge of extinction

World Environment Day: Wildlife species on the verge of extinction

05 Jun 2015

New Delhi: World Environment Day is a big annual celebration started by the United Nations General Assembly to engage millions of people from different countries across the globe as well as draw attention of political and health organizations to implement some effective actions.

World Environment Day,   United Nations,   Health organizations,   Wildlife species,  
Donor fatigue hits Nepal one month after mega earthquake: UN

Donor fatigue hits Nepal one month after mega earthquake: UN

26 May 2015

New Delhi: The international community's response to devastating earthquakes in Nepal has been disappointing, a United Nations official said on Monday, adding that donors were focusing more on reconstruction than much needed aid such as food and shelter.

Nepal,   Earthquake,   United Nations,   UN,   Latest world news,  
Tejas to be available for export to friendly <strong>nations</strong>: Parrikar

Tejas to be available for export to friendly nations: Parrikar

02 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar yesterday said Tejas, which was inducted into the IAF after a wait of 33 years, meets the critical lightweight fighter aircraft requirements of the force and will also be available for export to India's friendly nations.

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UN concerned for civilians in Islamic State-controlled Palmyra

UN concerned for civilians in Islamic State-controlled Palmyra

23 May 2015

United Nations: The UN Security Council has expressed deep concern for thousands of civilians trapped in the Syrian city of Palmyra after it was captured by Islamic State fighters.

United Nations,   UN Security Council,   Syria,   Palmyra,   Islamic State,   IS fighters,  
'Mobile phone data could help power developing world'

'Mobile phone data could help power developing world'

08 May 2015

Washington: Cell phone data can be used to help developing countries plan electrical infrastructure based on population distribution and projected energy consumption, researchers said.

Mobile phone data,   Developing nations,   Cell phone,   Cell phone data,   Demographic data,   Population distribution,   Energy consumption,   Latest Tech News,  

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