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<strong>US</strong> woman alleges molestation in J&K bus, accused arrested

US woman alleges molestation in J&K bus, accused arrested

29 Jul 2015

Jammu: A 23-year-old US woman has alleged molestation by a co-passenger on a state bus on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway here, police said today.

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Obama mourns Kalam's demise; describes Missile Man as advocate for stronger <strong>US</strong>-India relations

Obama mourns Kalam's demise; describes Missile Man as advocate for stronger US-India relations

29 Jul 2015

Washington: US President Barack Obama has condoled the death of former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam describing him as an advocate for stronger US-India relations, and who worked to deepen the two countries' space cooperation.

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 Rupee gains 6 paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee gains 6 paise against dollar in morning trade

29 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The rupee strengthened by 6 paise to 63.85 against the dollar in morning trade today on increased selling of the US currency by exporters and banks amid firm domestic equity markets.

Rupee,   paise,   dollar,   US currency,   BSE Sensex,   Latest business news,  
Al Qaeda operational commander killed in <strong>US</strong> <strong>air</strong> strike: Pentagon

Al Qaeda operational commander killed in US air strike: Pentagon

24 Jul 2015

Erbil(Iraq): A US air strike in Afghanistan has killed a high-ranking al Qaeda operational commander, the US military said on Friday. The US military named the target of the strike as Abu Khalil al-Sudani, saying he was killed in a July 11 strike in the Bermal district of Afghanistan's Paktika province.

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  Kerry warns of consequences if nuclear deal with Iran fails

Kerry warns of consequences if nuclear deal with Iran fails

29 Jul 2015

Washington: Secretary of State John Kerry warned members of Congress that if they vote to disapprove the nuclear deal negotiated with Iran, Tehran will move forward toward an atomic bomb, international sanctions will crumble and the US will be left without with any of the access and inspections that are part of the deal.

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<strong>US</strong> blasts Thailand, rewards Malaysia on human trafficking

US blasts Thailand, rewards Malaysia on human trafficking

28 Jul 2015

Washington: Washington accused Russia and Thailand of failing to tackle human trafficking, while praising progress in Malaysia and Cuba, in a report on a global scourge decried as 'modern slavery'.

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 <strong>US</strong> cyclist starts wildfire with toilet paper in Idaho

US cyclist starts wildfire with toilet paper in Idaho

28 Jul 2015

Boise: Authorities say a cyclist started a 73-acre wildfire in southwest Idaho by lighting his toilet paper after taking a comfort break.

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14 soldiers killed in <strong>US</strong> <strong>air</strong> strike: Afghan officials

14 soldiers killed in US air strike: Afghan officials

20 Jul 2015

Pul-e Alam (Afghanistan): At least 14 Afghan soldiers were killed in a US air strike on an army checkpoint in a Taliban-infested province south of Kabul today, officials said. "At 6.00 am this morning, two US helicopters attacked a checkpoint in Baraki Barak district of Logar province," District Governor Mohammad Rahim Amin told reporters.

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 Rupee recovers 12 paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee recovers 12 paise against dollar in morning trade

28 Jul 2015

Mumbai: The rupee recovered by 12 paise to 64.04 against the dollar in morning trade today on fresh selling of the US currency by exporters.

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Obama rules out sending troops to Somalia

Obama rules out sending troops to Somalia

28 Jul 2015

Addis Ababa: US President Barack Obama said that his government would not consider sending troops to Somalia, as he sees regional allies Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda as being highly qualified to lead an anti-terrorism operation on the ground.

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