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Anderson died unpunished, say survivors of Bhopal gas tragedy

Anderson died unpunished, say survivors of Bhopal gas tragedy

31 Oct 2014

Bhopal: Organisations working for welfare of survivors of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy on Friday alleged that former Union Carbide Chairman Warren Anderson died unpunished due to protection by the US government and deliberate negligence of Indian government in bringing him to justice.

Bhopal,   Bhopal gas tragedy,   Bhopal gas tragedy survivors,   1984 Bhopal gas tragedy,   Union Carbide,   Warren Anderson,   US government,   Indian government,  
Indira's death anniversary: Congress <strong>attacks</strong> PM Modi

Indira's death anniversary: Congress attacks PM Modi

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Congress on Friday termed as "disgusting" and "petty-minded" the way the Narendra Modi Government marked the death anniversary of Indira Gandhi while the ruling BJP wondered if that party prefers to see history through the "perspective" of Nehru-Gandhi family.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   Nehru-Gandhi family,   Indira Gandhi's death anniversary ,  
<strong>Air</strong> fresheners may poison indoor <strong>air</strong>: Study

Air fresheners may poison indoor air: Study

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Cleaning products and air fresheners, which provide a pleasant smell to your house, may also spike indoor aerosol levels and hamper the quality of air, a new study has warned.

Air freshener,   poison,   indoor air,   smog,   ozone,   aerosols,   ,  
Sensex, Nifty at new highs on <strong>US</strong> growth, Japan stimulus

Sensex, Nifty at new highs on US growth, Japan stimulus

31 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Indian stocks on Friday galloped to new highs with benchmark Sensex surging 519.50 points to 27,865.83 and Nifty soaring 153 points to cross the 8,300 mark tracking a strong global rally on robust US economic growth and a surprise ramping up of Japan's monetary easing programme.

Indian stocks,   Sensex,   Nifty,   Economic growth,   BSE,   NSE,   Stock market,   Share market,  
<strong>US</strong>, Australia end sanctions after Fiji elections

US, Australia end sanctions after Fiji elections

31 Oct 2014

Suva: The United States and Australia said on Friday they were lifting sanctions against Fiji after elections in the Pacific island nation last month following eight years of military rule.

US,   Australia,   Fiji Elections,   US Ambassador Frankie Reed,   Australian Foreign Minister,   Julie Bishop ,  
Scores of Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in <strong>US</strong>

Scores of Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in US

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Scores of Indian-Americans, some even driving a few hundred miles, gathered on the banks of the historic Potomac river in the suburb of the US capital here and celebrated the ancient Hindu festival of Chhath.

Chhath,   Chhath Pooja,   Chhath festival,   Chhath in US,   Potomac river,   Washington,   ,  
Next weeks to show if Iran can make tough atomic choices: <strong>US</strong>

Next weeks to show if Iran can make tough atomic choices: US

31 Oct 2014

Washington: The world will know in the coming weeks if Iran can make the "tough decisions" needed for a nuclear deal, US Secretary of State John Kerry said .

Iran,   Atlantic magazine,   nuclear weapon,   ISIS,   Violence in Iran,   John Kerry,  
Sri Lanka seeks assistance from <strong>US</strong> after the deadly landslide

Sri Lanka seeks assistance from US after the deadly landslide

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Sri Lanka has sought assistance from the US on the recent massive landslide in the country that killed 10 people with nearly 160 others feared to have been buried alive.

Sri Lanka,   USA,   Lands Slide,   Washington,  
<strong>US</strong> body probes India's trade policies under Prime Minister Narendra Modi

US body probes India's trade policies under Prime Minister Narendra Modi

31 Oct 2014

Washington: US International Trade Commission (USITC) has launched an investigation to examine "significant changes" to India's  trade and investment policies since the new Modi government came to power.

US body,   probe,   India's trade policies,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   trade,   business,  
Austerity drive: No first class <strong>air</strong> travel for bureaucrats

Austerity drive: No first class air travel for bureaucrats

30 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Unveiling an austerity drive to trim fiscal deficit, the government on Thursday has banned first class air travel for bureaucrats, meetings in five-star hotels and purchase of cars while freezing new appointments.

Government,   austerity drive,   GDP,   Finance Ministry,   Indian economy,   first class air travel,   five-star hotel meeting,   ,  

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