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Terrorism from Pak, Afghan on agenda for talks: Ansari
  The issue of terrorism emanating from Pakistan and Afghanistan and ways to get access to further trade with resource-rich Tajikistan will be on the agenda of Vice President Hamid Ansari\'s talks with Tajik leadership.\"One area of common interest bet...
Nicolas Maduro elected Venezuela President
  Caracas: Venezuela\'s acting President Nicolas Maduro was elected Hugo Chavez\'s successor on Sunday with 50.66 percent of the vote, while opposition rival Henrique Capriles earned 49.06 percent, election officials said. \"These are the irreversible...
John Kerry looks to press China on North Korea
  Beijing: US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Beijing on Saturday to seek China\'s help to rein in a belligerent North Korea and provide a foundation for Seoul to lower soaring tensions with Pyongyang. Kerry flew to the Chinese capital fr...
Delhi and Berlin see progress in trade deal
  The leaders of Germany and India said on Thursday that progress is being made on a new free trade agreement between India and the European Union but cautioned that there is still work to be done. Negotiations have been ongoing for six years and offi...
India important in fight against cyber crime: Hague
  British Foreign Secretary William Hague has described India as an important partner in the fight against cyber terrorism as he announced the launch of a global centre for cyber security to deal with online threats....
\"Father of in vitro fertilization,\" is no more
  Nobel Prize winner Robert Edwards, a University of Cambridge professor known as the \"father of in vitro fertilization,\" died Wednesday at the age of 87 after battling a long illness. Edwards and his late colleague, gynecologist Patrick Steptoe, wer...
Will North Korea test-fire missile today; US, South Korea on alert
  Washington: With the deadline set by North Korea for diplomats to evacuate embassies being April 10, speculations about Pyongyang test-firing a ballistic mid-range missile on Wednesday have intensified. US officials have revealed that North Kore...
A world free of death penalty soon, says Amnesty International
  London: The use of the death penalty is broadly diminishing around the world although a handful of countries that had not used capital punishment for several years resumed executions in 2012, Amnesty International said on Wednesday. India, Japan...
\'Iron Lady\' Margaret Thatcher dies of stroke at 87
  Britain\'s first and only woman Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, referred to as Iron Lady, today died of a stroke here at the age of 87, leaving an iconic stamp on world politics as one of most influential figures in the 20th century.The tough and o...
IAEA chief calls North Korea actions \'troubling\'
  Washington: The UN atomic watchdog chief on Monday called North Korea\'s drive to restart a nuclear site \"troubling\" and said his team could not detect whether the regime planned a new nuclear test due to a lack of access. Yukiya Amano, direct...
 
 
 
           
 
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