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National parties' <strong>fund</strong> collection rise 5-times in ten years

National parties' fund collection rise 5-times in ten years

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The total funds collected by national parties during Lok Sabha polls has grown nearly five times in the last ten years, with BJP and Congress topping the charts in terms of capital mop-up, a study said on Monday.

National Parties,   National Parties Fund Collection,   Lok Sabha Polls,   BJP,   Congress,   Association of Democratic Reforms,   ,  
Gujarat to sign MoU with UN programme for sustainable energy

Gujarat to sign MoU with UN programme for sustainable energy

09 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL), an initiative of the United Nations, will sign an MoU with Gujarat Government, which will help the state develop sustainable energy mediums and facilitate its collaboration with global institutions.

Gujarat,   UN programme,   Sustainable Energy,   SE4ALL,   United Nations,  
IMF approves USD 17.5 billion in loans to Ukraine

IMF approves USD 17.5 billion in loans to Ukraine

12 Mar 2015

Washington: The International Monetary Fund has approved a massive USD 17.5 billion in loans to Ukraine to pull the country back from the verge of economic collapse amid a standoff with pro-Russia separatists.

IMF,   IMF approves loan,   Ukraine loan,   IMF loan to Ukraine,   IMF Executive Board,   Extended Fund Facility,  
No reason why India can't resume 8 or 9 percent growth: IMF

No reason why India can't resume 8 or 9 percent growth: IMF

12 Mar 2015

Washington: Calling for a whole set of structural reforms, the International Monetary Fund has said there is no reason why India could not resume an eight or nine percent or even higher growth rate in the coming years.

International Monetary Fund,   IMF,   India growth,   structural reforms India,   Indian economy ,  
School attacks killed 160 Syrian children: UN

School attacks killed 160 Syrian children: UN

06 Jan 2015

Geneva: At least 160 children died in attacks on schools in war-ravaged Syria last year and the education of 1.6 million has been cut short by the fighting, the UN said on Tuesday.

school attacks killed,   syrian children,   United Nations,   UNICEF,   Christophe Boulierac,   ,  
Mutual <strong>fund</strong> investors cannot buy or sell on Budget day

Mutual fund investors cannot buy or sell on Budget day

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Investors will not able to buy and redeem mutual fund units on February 28 even as stock markets remain open on Saturday when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will present the much-awaited Union Budget.

Budget Session 2015,   Budget 2015,   Mutual fund,   Mutual Fund investors,  
'USD 18 trillion unaccounted money stashed in tax havens'

'USD 18 trillion unaccounted money stashed in tax havens'

23 Jan 2015

Davos: A staggering USD 18 trillion worth unaccounted money is stashed in tax havens and ploughing back that amount into the global economy can help lift people from poverty, says Oxfam.

Black Money,   Tax Haven,   Global Economy,   World Economic Forum,   United States,   International Monetary Fund,  
High air pollution cuts most Indian lives by three years

High air pollution cuts most Indian lives by three years

21 Feb 2015

Chicago: India's high air pollution, ranked by the World Health Organization among the worst in the world, is adversely impacting the lifespans of its citizens, reducing most Indian lives by over three years, a new study has said.

High air pollution,   World Health Organization,   population,   pollution,  
India makes progress in bringing children to schools: UN

India makes progress in bringing children to schools: UN

21 Jan 2015

United Nations: India has been able to decrease its number of out-of-school children by nearly 16 million between 2000 and 2012, driving the progress in South Asia, but it still has 1.4 million children not attending primary school, a United Nations report said.

United Nations,   primary school,   school children,   India makes progress,   South Asia,  
PM Modi extends greetings on <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong> Day

PM Modi extends greetings on United Nations Day

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: On the United Nations Day on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the world body and said it was time for its member nations to further the cause of world peace and prosperity.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   UN,   United Nations Day,   ,  

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