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PM to launch digital version of epic 'Ramcharitmanas' tomorrow

PM to launch digital version of epic 'Ramcharitmanas' tomorrow

30 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A special "digital" version of epic 'Ramcharitmanas' prepared by All India Radio (AIR) will be released by Prime Minister Narendra Modi tomorrow.

digital version of Ramcharitmanas,   All India Radio,   AIR,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Latest News,  
Serena, Djokovic and Nadal start on Monday at <strong>US</strong> Open

Serena, Djokovic and Nadal start on Monday at US Open

29 Aug 2015

New York: World number one Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic will launch their bids for the US Open title on Monday’s first day of competition, tournament organizers announced Friday.

Serena Williams,   Novak Djokovic,   US Open,   Latest News,   Tennis grand Slam,  
Federer eyeing a win for the ages at U.S. Open

Federer eyeing a win for the ages at U.S. Open

29 Aug 2015

The US Open has long been a tournament for the 20-something set but an in-form Roger Federer is looking to break that trend at the year's final grand slam.

US Open,   Roger Federer,   Tennis grand slam,   Latest News ,  
IS second-in-command killed in <strong>US</strong> <strong>air</strong> strike: White House

IS second-in-command killed in US air strike: White House

22 Aug 2015

Washington: The second-in-command of the dreaded Islamic State (IS) militant group has been killed in a US air strike in Northern Iraq, the White House has said.

IS second in command,   US air strike,   White House,   Islamic State militant group,   Northern Iraq,   Hajji Mutazz,   Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali,   latest world news,  
Australian survivor of WWII 'Great Escape' dies at 101

Australian survivor of WWII 'Great Escape' dies at 101

28 Aug 2015

Perth: Paul Royle, an Australian pilot who took part in a mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp during World War II that is remembered as The Great Escape, has died in his hometown of Perth, his son said today. He was 101.

Australian pilot,   Paul Royle,   World War II,   The Great Escape,   Royal Air Force,   Germany,   Latest World News,  
Death toll rises to 96 in Syria's <strong>air</strong> raids

Death toll rises to 96 in Syria's air raids

17 Aug 2015

Beirut: The toll in a deadly series of Syrian government air raids on a rebel-held town outside Damascus rose to 96 people early this morning, a monitoring group said.

Syria,   attacks in Syria,   Damascus,   air strikes,   Stephen O'Brien,   Walid Muallem,   Latest World News,  
Djokovic on Nadal collision course at <strong>US</strong> Open

Djokovic on Nadal collision course at US Open

28 Aug 2015

New York: World number one Novak Djokovic and 14-time major champion Rafael Nadal are on a US Open quarter-final collision course following draw at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Novak Djokovic,   Rafael Nadal,   US Open,   Arthur Ashe Stadium,   Latest News,  
13-year-old Indian-American gets wild card in <strong>US</strong> Open

13-year-old Indian-American gets wild card in US Open

28 Aug 2015

Washington: A 13-year-old Indian-American girl is all set to play in the 2015 US Open after getting a wild card for the tennis championship, said a media report.

Indian American tennis player,   2015 US Open,   tennis championship,   Natasha Subhash,   Latest News,  
UN chief appalled by 'barbaric' <strong>attacks</strong> in Palmyra

UN chief appalled by 'barbaric' attacks in Palmyra

25 Aug 2015

United Nations: UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has said that he was appalled by reports that Islamic State militants had demolished a temple in Syria's ancient Palmyra.

Ban Ki-moon,   UN chief,   Islamic State militants,   Khaled al Assaad,   Syria,   world cultural sites,  latest world news,  
Agriculture sector has tremendous potential in India: <strong>US</strong> delegation

Agriculture sector has tremendous potential in India: US delegation

28 Aug 2015

Washington: Agriculture in India has tremendous potential of being transformed into a vibrant sector, a delegation of US companies, which recently visited New Delhi, said and called for necessary policy reforms to enhance foreign direct investment in the food processing sector.

Agriculture,   US delegation,   foreign direct investment,   food processing,   USIBC,   Latest Business News,  

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