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<strong>AIR</strong> clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

AIR clarifies; says committed to conserve regional languages

25 Oct 2014

Chennai: Amidst growing voices accusing the union government of trying to "impose" Hindi through the state-run radio service, All India Radio on Saturday said it was "committed to conserve, enrich and promote regional languages."

All India Radio,   AIR Chennai,   Chennai,   AIR,   regional languages,   Hindi,   Tamil language,  
<strong>AIR</strong> launches 'WhatsApp' number for overseas audience

AIR launches 'WhatsApp' number for overseas audience

25 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a bid to stay connected with overseas audience, All India Radio (AIR) has launched a 'WhatsApp' number for its Urdu service. The new service was launched on the occasion of Diwali on October 23, a statement here said.

AIR,   launch,   WhatsApp,   whatsapp number,   overseas audience,   All India Radio,  
<strong>US</strong> leading global fight to stamp out Ebola: Obama

US leading global fight to stamp out Ebola: Obama

25 Oct 2014

Washington: As New York City reported its first Ebola case, US President Barack Obama on Saturday asked the Americans not to give into fear as the country is well equipped to deal with the deadly virus and is leading the global fight to stamp it out.

New York,   first Ebola case,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Obama,   Ebola,   Obama on Ebola,   global fight,   West Africa,  
More than 1,700 bombs dropped in <strong>US</strong>-led <strong>air</strong> war on Islamic State

More than 1,700 bombs dropped in US-led air war on Islamic State

24 Oct 2014

Macdill Air Force Base (US): US and allied aircraft have flown nearly 6,600 sorties in the air war against the Islamic State group and dropped more than 1,700 bombs, the American military said. The flights for "Operation Inherent Resolve" include thousands of mid-air fuelling runs,surveillance sorties and 632 air strikes in Iraq and Syria, according to US Central Command.

Islamic State,   bombs dropped in US led air war,   Islamic State group,   American military,   Operation Inherent Resolve,  
Two dead, including gunman in shooting at Washington school

Two dead, including gunman in shooting at Washington school

25 Oct 2014

Marysville (US): A student opened fire in a high school cafeteria north of Seattle, killing at least one person and shooting several others in the head before killing himself, officials has said.

US Police,   gunman,   school attack,   attack,   US,   US gun laws,  
<strong>US</strong> <strong>air</strong> defence forces on alert after attack on Canadian parliament

US air defence forces on alert after attack on Canadian parliament

23 Oct 2014

Washington: Air defence forces were put on high alert and cities across US increased security after Wednesday's deadly shooting attacks on the Canadian parliament in the capital city of Ottawa. Shortly after the attack, President Barack Obama spoke to Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper on the phone and offered any assistance Canada needed in responding to these attacks, the White House said in a statement.

USA,   US security,   Terror Attack,   Canadian parliament ,  US President,   Barack Obama,  Canada,   Prime Minister Stephen Harper,  
<strong>Air</strong> quality deteriorates alarmingly in Delhi post-Diwali

Air quality deteriorates alarmingly in Delhi post-Diwali

24 Oct 2014

Delhi: Air quality in the national capital deteriorated alarmingly a day after Diwali as pollution levels spiked more than five times higher than normal leaving many at the risk of respiratory problems. The Respirable Suspended Particulate Matter (RSPM), which directly affects breathing, has gone up by five times from the national ambiance air quality standard, stated scientists from System of Air quality and Weather Forecasting and Research (SAFAR).

SAFAR,   Respiratory Problems,   Air quality,   Diwali,  
'We are all shaken by it', says Obama on Canada shooting

'We are all shaken by it', says Obama on Canada shooting

23 Oct 2014

Washington: US President Barack Obama has condemned deadly shootings in Canada and offered assistance in the wake of the attacks in Ottawa that left one soldier dead.

US President,   Barack Obama,   Canada shooting,   shootings in Canada,   Obama,   attacks in Ottawa,  
<strong>US</strong> automaker Ford starts luxury Lincoln sales in China

US automaker Ford starts luxury Lincoln sales in China

25 Oct 2014

Shanghai: US automaker Ford has launched its first vehicles under the luxury Lincoln brand in China, the company said, as it seeks to make inroads into a market dominated by German cars.

US automaker,   Ford,   luxury Lincoln,   sales,   China,   auto,  
Digvijay <strong>attacks</strong> PM Modi over 'one-rank, one-pension' remarks

Digvijay attacks PM Modi over 'one-rank, one-pension' remarks

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Friday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on 'one rank one pension' alleging that he was "appropriating credit" for the step taken by UPA.

Digvijaya Singh,   UPA,   Narendra Modi,   Pension Schemes,   Congress,   BJP,   NDA ,  

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