jagran Post
post.jagran.com

Showing Results For "unfpa united nations population fund"
India to observe Earth Hour today

India to observe Earth Hour today

29 Mar 2014

New Delhi: As the clock strikes 8.30 pm on Saturday, lights across India will be switched off to mark Earth Hour, which is observed on March 29 every year.

Earth Hour,   Earth Hour celebration in India,   World Wide Fund for Nature,   Earth Hour to save energy,  
<strong>United</strong> Bank of India cuts lending rate by 0.25 pc

United Bank of India cuts lending rate by 0.25 pc

18 Mar 2014

New Delhi: State-owned United Bank of India on Tuesday slashed base rate or minimum lending rate by 0.25 percent.

United Bank of India,   BSE,   RBI,   EMIs ,  
History no help now as Manchester <strong>United</strong> try to salvage season

History no help now as Manchester United try to salvage season

18 Mar 2014

MANCHESTER: If history was the only deciding factor then Manchester United would be highly fancied to overturn their 2-0 first leg defeat against Olympiakos and reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday.

Manchester United,   Champions League,   David Moyes,   Liverpool,   Club soccer,   World soccer,  
India, Italy should resolve marines issue: UN

India, Italy should resolve marines issue: UN

15 Feb 2014

United Nations: The long-standing issue of two Italian marines being tried by India is prompting tensions between the two countries and they should try to find a "reasonable" and "mutually acceptable" solution to it, UN has said.

united nations,   fishermen killings,   marines issue,   india,   italy,   Ban Ki-moon,   Massimiliano Latorre,   Salvatore Girone,   un security council,  
Malala awarded 2013 <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong> Human Rights Prize

Malala awarded 2013 United Nations Human Rights Prize

06 Dec 2013

United Nations: Pakistani teenage activist Malala Yousafzai, who survived a Taliban assassination attempt last year, has been awarded the 2013 UN Human Rights Prize, an honour previously given to icons like late Nelson Mandela in recognition of outstanding achievement in human rights.

Malala Yousafzai,   Malala awards,   United Nations Human Rights Prize,   human rights awards,   Amnesty International,  
 US in talks with India, China to isolate Russia

US in talks with India, China to isolate Russia

29 Mar 2014

Washington: United States says it is talking with India and China among others as part of diplomatic efforts to isolate Russia over its annexation of Crimea but it had not yet asked them to impose any sanctions.

United States,   India,   China,   Russia,   Marie Harf,   NATO ,  
US, UN express horror at Syria torture report

US, UN express horror at Syria torture report

22 Jan 2014

Washington: US and UN have reacted with "horror" to allegations in a new report that states Syria systematically tortured and executed about 11,000 detainees since the beginning of the uprising, media reported on Tuesday.

Bashar al-Assad,   syria unrest,   united states,   united nations,   Geneva talks,  
Devendra Prasad Yadav joins Janata Dal-<strong>United</strong>

Devendra Prasad Yadav joins Janata Dal-United

10 Mar 2014

Patna: Former union minister and Samajwadi Janata Dal-Democratic chief Devendra Prasad Yadav on Sunday joined Bihar's ruling Janata Dal-United.

Devendra Prasad Yadav,   Janata Dal-United,   Samajwadi Janata Dal-Democratic,   Lok Sabha polls,   Jhanjharpur,  
Dozens wounded in South Sudan battles near UN camp

Dozens wounded in South Sudan battles near UN camp

15 Jan 2014

United Nations: United Nations reported heavy fighting in the South Sudan town of Malakal. Dozens of people who sought refuge in UN camp had been wounded.

South Sudan,  S Sudan crises,   Sudan violence,   United Nations,  
 India to convey concern on insurgents to neighbouring <strong>nations</strong>

India to convey concern on insurgents to neighbouring nations

03 Mar 2014

Nay Pyi Taw (Myanmar): Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is expected to raise India's concerns with the leaders of neighbouring countries over possible trouble from insurgent groups operating from there in north eastern states in the run-up to the Lok Sabha polls.

Manmohan Singh,   Indian Prime Minister,   Insurgents,   BIMSTEC Summit,   India’s neighbouring countries,   Lok Sabha polls,   Lok Sabha elections ,  

   5  6  7  8 9 10  11  12  13