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Abhinav Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympic Games

Abhinav Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympic Games

28 May 2015

New Delhi: Abhinav Bindra on Thursday became the fourth Indian shooter to win a quota place for the Rio Olympics after he finished sixth in the Men's 10m Air Rifle final at the ISSF Shooting World Cup in Munich.

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90,000 Indian students apply for <strong>US</strong> visa, 4,000 make the cut

90,000 Indian students apply for US visa, 4,000 make the cut

28 May 2015

New Delhi: The number of student visa applications for the United States has registered a 60 percent increase this year with a whopping 90,000 applicants, of whom only about 4,000 could make the cut.

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 Rupee recovers 8 paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee recovers 8 paise against dollar in morning trade

28 May 2015

Mumbai: Breaking its 3-day falling spree, the rupee recovered 8 paise to 63.93 against the US dollar in morning trade on Thursday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange on fresh selling of the American currency by exporters.

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Breastfeeding protects babies from <strong>air</strong> pollution

Breastfeeding protects babies from air pollution

25 May 2015

London: Mother's milk may protect her babies from the adverse effects of environmental pollution, suggests a new research. The researchers assessed how exposure to environmental pollution during pregnancy affects health and examine the role of diet in physical and neuro-behavioural development in infancy.

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Fresh <strong>air</strong> strikes and ground fighting in Yemen

Fresh air strikes and ground fighting in Yemen

24 May 2015

Sanaa: Saudi-led warplanes launched a fresh wave of air strikes across Yemen targeting Iran-backed rebels as fighting raged on the ground in the south of the country, witnesses said. The air raids pounded arms depots under the control of the Shiite Huthi rebels in the locality of Ghula on Saturday, in Omran province north of Sanaa, residents said.

Yemen Air Strikes,   Saudi Led Warplanes,   Sanaa,   Shiite Huthi Rebels,   Latest World News ,  
Pakistan seeks FBI help to investigate firm accused of faking diplomas

Pakistan seeks FBI help to investigate firm accused of faking diplomas

27 May 2015

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has asked US authorities to help it investigate Axact, a software firm accused of earning millions of dollars from the international sale of bogus university degrees online, officials said on Wednesday.

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Dead man in <strong>US</strong> wakes up on way to mortuary

Dead man in US wakes up on way to mortuary

26 May 2015

Washington: A man in the Milwaukee city of US, who was pronounced dead after collapsing, began to move his limbs and breathe just before he was about to be transported to the morgue.Police found that the 46-year-old man from Wisconsin state had collapsed last week at his apartment and called for paramedics.

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Japan to join <strong>US</strong>, Australia war games amid growing China tensions

Japan to join US, Australia war games amid growing China tensions

26 May 2015

SYDNEY: Japan will join a major US-Australian military exercise for the first time in a sign of growing security links between the three countries as tensions fester over China's island building in the South China Sea.

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Nine FIFA officials, five others indicted on corruption charges

Nine FIFA officials, five others indicted on corruption charges

27 May 2015

New York: Nine high-ranking soccer officials, including two current vice-presidents of world governing body FIFA, and five sports marketing executives have been indicted on federal corruption charges, U.S. law enforcement officials said on Wednesday.

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 Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition <strong>air</strong> raids

Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition air raids

22 May 2015

Sanaa: Huge explosions rocked the outskirts of the Yemen capital on Friday after Saudi-led air strikes against positions held by Huthi Shiite rebels and their allies.

Blasts in Sanaa,   Coalition air raids,   Huthi Shiite rebels,   Yemen blasts,   Ali Abdullah Saleh,   Mansour al Hadi,   Latest world news,  

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