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Islamabad: Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has asserted that the Indian government has received a setback in its efforts to isolate Islamabad diplomaticallyAccording to Dawn, Aziz claimed that about 56 countries of the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Human Rights Council of the United Nations and other world bodies have supported Pakistan's stance on ...
Uttarakhand: The fortnight-long India-American joint military exercise has concluded in Uttarakhand, with soldiers of both countries successfully conducting several anti-terrorism drills.The 12th edition of the "Yudh Abhyas" or Joint Military Training Exercise - 2016 was held at the Chaubattia Military Station in Ranikhet district.Started in 2004 under the US Army Pacific Partnership Programme, it ...
[India], Sept. 27 (ANI): The water level at Bhadrachalam in Khamma district on River Godavari in Telangana rose to 30 feet by last evening due to heavy inflows from the upper reaches of Godavari. The water level has risen sharply by seven feet within a span of 12 hour.The state irrigation authorities have informed that it is likely to further increase and may reach 35 feet by this afternoon.The state ...
[India], Sept. 27 (ANI): After the shocking incident of Dana Majhi who carried his dead wife's body for 10 kms in Odisha's Kalahandi district, another tragic incident has surfaced in the state where daughters had to dismantle the roof of their home to collect wood for their mother's funeral.As per reports, Kanak Satpathy, a 75-year-old woman, died after a prolonged illness on Friday night.Following ...
[Pakistan], Sept. 27 (ANI): India's Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj advice to Pakistan to abandon its dream of separating Kashmir from India during her address at the 71st session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) on Monday, has prompted Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) spokesperson Mohammed Nafees Zakaria to ask "if Kashmir is an integral part of India, why is it ...
Islamabad: Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has asserted that the Indian government has received a setback in its efforts to isolate Islamabad diplomaticallyAccording to Dawn, Aziz claimed that about 56 countries of the Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC), Human Rights Council of the United Nations and other world bodies have supported Pakistan's stance on ...
26/11 was the last straw. Pathankot was the last straw. Uri was the last straw. India is the only country which has umpteen last straws after the last straw. After a long time people are getting tired with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speeches and words and are asking for tough action instead. The time indeed has come for India to totally change its strategy and try to go in for a final solution ...
Srinagar: The heightened tensions between India and Pakistan in the aftermath of the Uri attack have generated an intense debate in Jammu and Kashmir's public and political circles -- and everyone believes that a military solution is not the answer to their woes. Indeed, the hawkish approach to settle issues between India and Pakistan has, in the past, brought more death and destruction to the lives ...
BEIJING - Profits earned by China's industrial firms in August grew at the fastest pace in three years helped by rising sales, higher prices and lower costs, pointing to strengthening economic activity. The world's second-largest economy has shown recent signs of stabilisation, propped up by a housing boom and government spending, but growth has been patchy with companies in some sectors such as ...
HONG KONG  - Business development managers at Chinese state-owned firms have been put on notice: mess up on M&A deals and you can be held personally liable - for life. Under new rules unveiled by China's State Council, or cabinet, last month, managers will be held accountable if they "fail to, or incorrectly, perform their duties" with respect to deals that result in a loss of state assets. ...
By Ransdell Pierson and Bill Berkrot NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pfizer Inc , which was considering splitting itself for more than two years, said on Monday it would not do so, prompting shareholders to expect more deals that could bolster its roster of new medicines. The largest U.S. drugmaker said its lengthy analysis determined that splitting off its low-growth generics from its patent-protected ...
[India], Sept.26 (ANI-Newsvoir):The California Walnut Commission, partnered with the World Heart Academy (WHA) as the 'Platinum Sponsor' of the 11th World Congress on Clinical, Preventive Cardiology & Imaging - 2016 (WCCPCI-2016). The event was carried out in association withCardiological Society of India (CSI), Indian Academy of Echocardiography(IAE), J. Watumull Global Hospital and Research Center, ...
New York: Dodo, an extinct bird whose name has entered popular culture as a symbol of stupidity, was actually fairly smart, new research suggests. The overall size of the dodo's brain in relation to its body size was on par with its closest living relatives: Pigeons - birds whose ability to be trained implies a moderate level of intelligence. "It is not impressively large or impressively small -- ...
Astronomers, though not entirely sure what it is, are viewing a ball of hot gas billions of light years away that is radiating the energy of hundreds of billions of suns. If the gas ball is the result of a supernova, then it's the most powerful supernova ever seen. An international team of professional and amateur astronomers spotted the possible supernova, now called ASASSN-15lh, when ...
Chennai: The UK-based Staffordshire University, having an international reputation of delivering quality skills-based vocational education for over 100 years through its specifically designed coursework and faculty with real-world expertise, is going to conduct student counseling sessions and provide on-spot offers in Chennai on 5th August 2016. Priyanka Mishra, the Country Coordinator of Staffordshire ...
In Image: Muslim children read the Koran at a madrasa in the northern Indian city of Mathura. The government increased the spending on the Scheme for Providing Quality Education in Madrasas (SPQEM), launched in 2009-10, from Rs 46 crore to Rs 294 crore–a five-fold increase. The central government has spent over Rs 1,000 crore over seven years to modernise madrasas (an Arabic word for educational ...

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