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<strong>United</strong> Opposition attacks government over Land Bill

United Opposition attacks government over Land Bill

18 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Opposition leaders cutting across party lines attacked the government over the controversial Land Bill as they held a protest march from Parliament to Rashtrapati Bhavan and handed over a memorandum to the President against the proposed legislation.

Land Bill,   Land Aquisition bill,   Parliament,   Rashtrapati Bhavan,   President,   March against land bill,   Congress,  
There are other <strong>nations</strong> with stakes in Indian Ocean: PM Modi

There are other nations with stakes in Indian Ocean: PM Modi

12 Mar 2015

Port Louis: As China tries to gain a foothold in the Indian Ocean region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday  said India recognised that there are other nations around the world, with strong interests and stakes in the region.

Narendra Modi,   Modi in Mauritius,   Indian Ocean,   China ,  
<strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong> moves to prevent child marriage

United Nations moves to prevent child marriage

22 Nov 2014

United Nations: The United Nations has adopted the first-ever resolution calling on governments to stop child marriages, despite misgivings from countries who had hoped to include sex education as key to preventing the practice.

United Nations,   prevent child marriage,   government,   India,   UN resolution,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
Assad 'part of the solution' in Syria: UN envoy

Assad 'part of the solution' in Syria: UN envoy

14 Feb 2015

Vienna: Any resolution to the fighting in Syria must involve President Bashar al-Assad, the United Nations envoy to Syria has said in the first such acknowledgement by the UN.

Bashar al-Assad,   Syria,   United Nations,   UN envoy,   Staffan de Mistura,   Austrian Foreign Minister ,   Sebastian Kurz,  
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,  
US urges citizens to flee Yemen by sea

US urges citizens to flee Yemen by sea

07 Apr 2015

Washington: The United States has admitted that it has no immediate plans to rescue its nationals stranded in war-torn Yemen and urged them to flee the raging conflict by sea.

United States,   Yemen crisis,   Yemen rescue,   US nationals in Yemen,   Latest news from Yemen,  
Will ensure ban on groups blacklisted by UN: Pakistan

Will ensure ban on groups blacklisted by UN: Pakistan

11 Feb 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan's government on Wednesday said that all terror groups proscribed by the UN will remain banned in the country.

Pakistan government,   Terror groups,   United Nations,   Pak terror groups,   Jamaat ud Dawa,  
India, US hold first ever bilateral dialogue on UN

India, US hold first ever bilateral dialogue on UN

19 Feb 2015

Washington: India and US have held their first ever bilateral dialogue on UN and multilateral issues in the spirit of the 'Delhi Declaration of Friendship' that strengthens and expands the two countries' relationship.

India US relations,   India US bilateral dialogue,   United Nations,   Sheba Crocker,   Vikas Swarup,   India US Dialogue,   Barack Obama,  
India can't be forced on parameters on climate change: Prime Minister Modi

India can't be forced on parameters on climate change: Prime Minister Modi

06 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday made it clear that India cannot be forced to "follow" the parameters laid down by the developed world on climate change and instead should lead the world in the fight against it.

Climate change,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   United Nation,   UN meet,   UNFCCC,   Environment and forest ministers conference,  
Sebi ups crackdown; busts illicit <strong>fund</strong>-raising of Rs 13,000 crore

Sebi ups crackdown; busts illicit fund-raising of Rs 13,000 crore

21 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Stepping up its crackdown against illicit fund-raising activities in a big way, Sebi has busted more than 150 cases of frauds against gullible investors involving close to Rs 13,000 crore in the current fiscal.

Sebi,   illicit fund raising activities,   frauds,   current fiscal,  

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