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China leads opposition to India's NSG bid; most <strong>nations</strong> support

China leads opposition to India's NSG bid; most nations support

10 Jun 2016

Vienna/New Delhi: India yesterday secured Mexico's support for its membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) that controls access to sensitive nuclear technology but as the 48-nation club met in Vienna, China continued to oppose India's bid.

Nuclear Suppliers Group,   NSG bid,   NSG member,   China,   Pakistan,   Mexico,   Latest World News,  
Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves for <strong>United</strong> States

Prime Minister Narendra Modi leaves for United States

06 Jun 2016

Geneva: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today left for the US after ending his engagements in Switzerland, where he secured the European nation's support for India's NSG membership ahead of a key meeting of the 48-nation bloc.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   United States,   PM Modi in US,   Vikas Swarup,   Washington DC,   External Affairs Ministry,   World news,  
Brexit: <strong>United</strong> Kingdom's historic EU referendum on knife-edge as millions vote

Brexit: United Kingdom's historic EU referendum on knife-edge as millions vote

24 Jun 2016

London: Millions of Britons yesterday braved rains to cast their vote in the knife-edge referendum to decide whether the country will stay in or leave the 28-nation bloc, even as the latest survey gave the Remain camp its first solid lead in the bitterly-contested poll.

Brexit,   United Kingdom,   EU referendum,   Britons,   UK,   Europe Union,   Latest World News,  
Rajnath Singh advocates for addressing concerns of adolescent, youth <strong>population</strong>

Rajnath Singh advocates for addressing concerns of adolescent, youth population

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday advocated for creating an atmosphere where adolescent and youth population of the country is able to pursue their goals and excel in their chosen fields.

Rajnath Singh,   World Population Day,   UN agencies,   UNFPA,   UNICEF,   UN,   ,  
Real Madrid ends attempts to sign French midfielder Pogba

Real Madrid ends attempts to sign French midfielder Pogba

21 Jul 2016

Madrid: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has ruled out the possibility of signing Juventus football club's French midfielder Paul Pogba for sporting reasons, Spanish sports newspaper Marca reported on Tuesday.

Paul Pogba,   Manchester United bid,   Paul Pogba deal,   Zinedine Zidane,   Manchester United,   Juventus,   Latest sports news,  
I will request ICC to set up special <strong>fund</strong> for Pakistan: Shaharyar Khan

I will request ICC to set up special fund for Pakistan: Shaharyar Khan

21 Jun 2016

Karachi: The PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan yesterday said he would request the ICC to set up a special fund for Pakistan cricket to compensate for the heavy revenue losses it bears due to the absence of international cricket in the country.

Shahryar Khan,   ICC special fund,   Pakistan cricket,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   ICC,   Cricket news,   Latest sports news,  
South Asians face hostile climate in US: Report

South Asians face hostile climate in US: Report

10 Sep 2014

Washington: Thirteen years after the tragic events of 9/11, South Asians in particular Muslim, Sikh, Hindu and the Arab communities face an increasingly hostile climate in the United States, according to a report.

United Nations,   South Asians,   9/11 attack,   Hindu population,   Muslim population,   SAALT,   hate violence,   Xenophobia,  
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,  
Syria peace talks to start from March 14: UN

Syria peace talks to start from March 14: UN

10 Mar 2016

Geneva: The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, confirmed yesterday that substantive talks will start on March 14 with the delegations from the Syrian government and opposition.

Syria peace talks,   Syria talks,   Syria talks date,   UN on Syria talks,   UN special envoy,   United Nations,   latest World News,  
Innovate to address children's problems, says Unicef

Innovate to address children's problems, says Unicef

20 Nov 2014

United Nations: The United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) on Thursday called for addressing the most pressing problems facing children and driving innovations for the most disadvantaged ones.

children's problems,   Unicef,   United Nations Children's Fund,   Rights of the Child,   United Nations General Assembly,   Child Rights,  

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