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UN condemns attack on Indian consulate in Afghanistan

UN condemns attack on Indian consulate in Afghanistan

24 May 2014

United Nations: UN Security Council has condemned an attack by gunmen on an Indian consulate in Afghanistan, stressing that "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations is criminal and unjustifiable", media reported on Saturday.

United Nations,   UN,   Indian consulate in Afghanistan,   Indian consulate attack,   UNSC,   UN security council ,  
India to become world's most populous nation by 2050: Study

India to become world's most populous nation by 2050: Study

02 Oct 2013

India will overtake China as the world's most populous country by 2050, according to a new French study which predicts the global population to surge to 9.7 billion people by the middle of the century.

population,   india,   china,   United Nations,   populous nation,   united nations,   study,  
Ban Ki-Moon hopes Modi would attend UN General Assembly in September

Ban Ki-Moon hopes Modi would attend UN General Assembly in September

21 May 2014

United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon would ‘very much hope’ that India's new Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the UN General Assembly here later this year and particularly participate in the climate change summit, according to a top official of the world body.

Ban Ki-Moon,   General Assembly,   Narendra Modi,   United Nations,   India,   Prime Minister,  
With 41 million obese, India third after US, China: Report

With 41 million obese, India third after US, China: Report

07 Jun 2014

Kolkata: India, with 41 million obese people, ranks third after US and China in having the highest number of overweight people in the world, says a study.

India obese population,   world's obese population,   overweight,   obesity rates,   china obese population,  
UN Chief slams terrorist attacks in Egypt

UN Chief slams terrorist attacks in Egypt

02 May 2014

United Nations: UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has lashed out at recent terrorist attacks in Egypt, saying that there can be no justification for acts of terror, media reported on Friday.

UN Chief,   terrorist attacks in Egypt,   United Nations,   Egypt terror attack,  
 MH370 disappearance: Costs won't deter airlines from real-time tracking, says ICAO

MH370 disappearance: Costs won't deter airlines from real-time tracking, says ICAO

26 May 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Major airlines fully support global real-time tracking of their planes following the disappearance of MH370 despite the additional cost, a senior United Nations aviation official said on Monday.

ICAO,   MH370 disappearance,   MH370 search,   United Nations aviation agency,   International Civil Aviation Organization,   ICAO,   International Air Travel Association,  
Guwahati franchise ropes in Spanish World Cup winner Capdevila

Guwahati franchise ropes in Spanish World Cup winner Capdevila

16 Jul 2014

Guwahati: NorthEast United Football Club, the Guwahati franchise of the upcoming Indian Super League (ISL), on Wednesday named former World and European Championships winning Spanish defender Joan Capdevila as its marquee player.

Guwahati franchise,  Spanish World Cup winner,   Joan Capdevila,   NorthEast United,   John Abraham,   Atletico Madrid,  
Sonakshi Sinha co-owns team in World Kabaddi League

Sonakshi Sinha co-owns team in World Kabaddi League

16 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Actress Sonakshi Sinha is the latest celebrity to own a team in the World Kabaddi League after Akshay Kumar and Honey Singh.

Sonakshi Sinha,   World Kabaddi League,   Akshay Kumar,   Honey Singh,   United Singhs team ,  
Pakistan needs over USD 10 billion to pay back loans, meet expenses

Pakistan needs over USD 10 billion to pay back loans, meet expenses

10 Jul 2014

Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has assessed Pakistan's gross external financing requirements at USD 10.8 billion for the new fiscal year, a new report said.

International Monetary Fund,   Pakistan,   external financing requirements,   Pakistan's economy,   North Waziristan ,  
Economists downgrade forecasts for US growth

Economists downgrade forecasts for US growth

12 Jul 2014

Washington: US business economists have sharply cut their growth forecasts for the April-June quarter and 2014, though they remain optimistic that the economy will rebound from a dismal first quarter.

United States of America,   USA,   US economy,   US growth,   economy of US,  

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