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All steps will be taken to make Kannur Airport fully operational by Sept, says Minister

The Minister for Civil Aviation Shri Suresh Prabhu has said that the Kannur airport will be provided with all possible…

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All India Conference of Directors of Finger Print Bureaux concludes in Hyderabad

The valedictory function of the two-day 19th All India Conference of Directors of Finger Print Bureaux was held in Hyderabad…

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Brexit: Campaigners are Gathering in Central London

Brexit: Campaigners are gathering in central London to demand a final vote on any UK exit deal. Thousands of people…

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Indian Army contingent awarded for deployment in South Sudan

In a significant recognition of the India’s contribution to the United Nations, the Indian Army informed that VII Garhwal Rifles…

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Co-founder & Drummer Passes away

Vinnie Paul, co-founder and drummer of the metal band Pantera, has died aged 54, the band announced on Facebook. “Vincent…

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Reporter groped on live television, offender now apologizes

After furore over how woman reporter was groped on live television as she covered the FIFA Russian football for her…

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Minister Gadkari reiterates India trying to make Chabahar operational by 2019

Shri Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation, Road Transport & Highways and Shipping…

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Musharraf distances himself from Pak politics

Islamabad. Former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf has informed Election Commission of Pakistan about his resignation from the post of…

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Malaysia: Swamimalai Lamp to Light up in Murugan Temple

Swamimalai lamp took three months to complete the 3-ft tall ‘Gnanavel Vilakku’. Kamatchi vilakkus (lamps originally made with the image…

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Trump: U.S. Military may House Immigrant Children, by Confusion

The U.S. Officials said that military has been asked to get ready to house up to 20,000 immigrant children ,…

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Australian submarine retrieved after a century by 3D technology

The HMAS AE1, an Australian submarine, carrying 35 personnel of Australian Navy, capsized over 100 years ago. State of the…

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US tariffs answered, EU slaps back

London. To rebalance and safeguard against the US import tariffs, European Union (EU) on Friday launched tariffs on some $3.2…

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North is no monster, meets South Korea for reunion of families

It almost defies logic when one has to tell you that a monster is proving itself humane and the one,…

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kNOwVAWdata: Measuring Violence against Women in the Asia Pacific

A landmark training course and an interactive website to build skills in measuring violence against women (VAW) have been launched…

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More than two dozen Afghan soldiers martyred in two attacks

It is yet another dastardly attack by the Taliban fighters which claimed 30 Afghan soldiers. The incident is of western…

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Job Worries over Brexit and EU Research Funding

After Brexit there are job worries and EU research funding. Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde is facing a big decision will she continue…

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Brexit : EU Citizens to Answer three “simple” Questions

EU citizens will have to answer three “simple” questions online if they want to continue living in the UK after…

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An incumbent Prime Minister blessed with girl child

An incumbent Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern was blessed with a baby girl on Thursday. With this, she…

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Kerala woman sentenced to 22 years in Australian prison

Melbourne. Sofia Sam (33), a woman from Kerala, was sentenced to 22 years in an Australian prison for killing her…

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Yoga enthusiasm pervades Nepal on International Yoga Day

Kathmandu. Nepal, the only Hindu country in the world on Thursday celebrated the 4th International Yoga Day with an unmatched…

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New Zealand Premier Ardern Gives birth to baby girl

It’s a century of multi-taskers. Jacinda Ardern, who was elected Prime Minister of New Zealand in October last year, announced…

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New Zealand PM Gives Birth to Her First Child

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern has given birth to her first baby girl weighing 3.31kg (7.3lb). This makes her only…

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Trump: Signs Executive Order to Keep Immigrant Families Together

President Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order designed to keep together immigrant families who have been detained at the…

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Trump’s administration edges towards world criticism for border unpleasantries

The US President Donald Trump’s administration seems in for a global fallout of its ‘inhumane’ policy of separating children of…

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US commander in Afghanistan wants Pak to act against terror havens

It is not only India that has resumed the anti-terror operations but even the United States led by a top…

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North Korea’s Mass Games for the First Time

North Korea will hold its famous Mass Games for the first time in five years in September, a Western-run tour…

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Shortage of CO2, Beer Could Fall Flat For the World Cup

Shortage of CO2 could take the fizz out of beer and other sparkling drinks this summer, just as the World…

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Tech-toppers swoop down upon snatching of children at borders

Just a day after Microsoft claimed that it has not been a colluder in President Trump’s policy of snatching of…

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Intelligent virtual assistant Alexa assisting NASA

The intelligent virtual assistant Alexa from Amazon is helping the US space agency NASA organise daily tasks while making sense…

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General Electric out of Dow Jones, Exxon Mobil is the oldest now

General Electric has lost much of its sheen in the world. That is reflected quite amply in the way its…

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Malabar 2018 involving India, Japan and US concludes

Held off the coast of Guam, the 22 edition of the Malabar exercises involving India, Japan and the United States…

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Plane with Saudi football players catches fire, lands safely in Russia

Saudi Arabian players headed for Rostov-on-Don were in for a turbulent ride on board their plane which caught fire. The…

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