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Brexit credit negative for UK, may hit growth: Rating agencies

Brexit credit negative for UK, may hit growth: Rating agencies

24 Jun 2016

London: Brexit is credit negative for the UK and may affect most sectors due to weaker medium-term growth and investment prospects, rating agencies Moody's and Fitch said today.

Brexit,   Rating agencies,   United Kingdom,   UK growth,   David Cameron,   Moody,   Fitch,   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,  
June 21; India leads the world on Yoga Day

June 21; India leads the world on Yoga Day

20 Jun 2016

New Delhi:  ‘We haven’t claimed the copy right on yoga yet’, this is what Prime Minster Narendra Modi had said while addressing the US Congress during his visit to United States.

Yoga,   International Yoga Day,   Prime Minister,   PM Modi,   United Nations,   UNGA,   Ministry of Ayush,   Baba Ramdev,   Sri Sri Ravishankar,   Yoga in India,   India news ,  
PM Narendra Modi, 57 ministers to spread across India for Yoga Day events

PM Narendra Modi, 57 ministers to spread across India for Yoga Day events

19 Jun 2016

New Delhi: As many as 57 Union ministers will spread across the country on Tuesday for the 2nd International Yoga Day programmes, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi performing the ancient Indian physical exercise in Chandigarh.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Yoga Day,   Rajghat,   PM Modi in Punjab,   United Nations,   International Yoga Day,   India news ,  
Wayne Rooney no longer lonely at the top with England

Wayne Rooney no longer lonely at the top with England

24 Jun 2016

Chantilly: England captain Wayne Rooney says that he is more relaxed than at any previous major tournament because he no longer feels like the only match-winner in the squad.

Wayne Rooney,   England,   England football team,   Manchester United,   David Beckham,   Latest sports news ,  
Ban welcomes PM's call for early implementation of Paris deal

Ban welcomes PM's call for early implementation of Paris deal

10 Jun 2016

United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi's support for early implementation of the Paris climate agreement during his just-concluded US visit.

United Nations,   UN Secretary General,   Ban Ki Moon,   Narendra Modi,   Paris Climate Agreement,   PM Modi on Paris Climate Agreement,   Ban Ki Moon on Paris Climate Agreement,   Latest World News ,  
India signs Paris climate deal along with over 170 <strong>nations</strong> at <strong>United</strong> <strong>Nations</strong>

India signs Paris climate deal along with over 170 nations at United Nations

23 Apr 2016

United Nations: India yesterday signed the historic Paris climate agreement here along with more than 170 nations, marking a significant step that has brought together developing and developed nations for beginning work on cutting down greenhouse gas emissions to combat global warming.

Paris climate deal,   United nations,   Prakash Javadekar,   Javadekar at United nations,   Paris climate agreement,   World news,  
Yoga posture lights up on <strong>United</strong> Nation building ahead of International Yoga Day

Yoga posture lights up on United Nation building ahead of International Yoga Day

20 Jun 2016

United Nations: The image of a yoga posture was projected onto the UN headquarters here as the world body geared up to host the second International Day of Yoga tomorrow.

Yoga Day,   lights up on United Nation building,   UNO,   International Yoga Day,   Yoga,   UN headquarters,   Latest World News,  
China denies blocking India's bid to be Nuclear Suppliers Group member

China denies blocking India's bid to be Nuclear Suppliers Group member

18 May 2016

New Delhi: China today denied that it was blocking India's bid for a membership in elite Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) and said it will "work" with the members of the 48-nation grouping as well as India to find a solution for India's entry into it.

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NSG divided on non-NPT <strong>nations</strong> becoming members: China

NSG divided on non-NPT nations becoming members: China

13 Jun 2016

Beijing: Notwithstanding a US push for India's NSG membership, China today said members of the elite club "remain divided" on the issue of non-NPT countries joining it and insisted that there "was no deliberation" on the bid by India and other nations at the Vienna meeting.

NSG,   non NPT nations,   NSG entry,   China,   NSG membership,   Latest World News,  

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