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October 31, 2014
Campaign for making marijuana legal in US

Campaign for making marijuana legal in US

Washington: US groups in favour of the legal use of marijuana have intensified their campaign to have Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia approve the recreational use of pot in the Nov 4 referendums.The use of cannabis is already  more
Police removing barriers in Hong Kong protest zone
Police removing barriers in Hong Kong protest zone
Hong Kong: Dozens of police are removing bamboo barriers that pro-democracy protesters had erected overnight after they were attacked the previous day by a mob of masked men.Police also cleared out protesters’ tents nearby Tuesday morning, and were starting to  more
President begins Norway visit with a Guard of Honour
President begins Norway visit with a Guard of Honour
Oslo:  President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday began his maiden visit to Norway as he was received by Norwegian King Harlad V at the Royal Palace and given a 21-gun salute in Oslo.After the guard of honour, Mr Mukherjee, accompanied by  more
Terrorism 'biggest threat' to democracy: India
Terrorism 'biggest threat' to democracy: India
Geneva: Terming terrorism as the ‘biggest threat’ to democracy, India said it was the worst sufferer of the scourge and the ongoing Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Assembly here should highlight the challenges posed by it."Terrorism is the biggest threat to democracy  more
Nawaz Sharif raises Kashmir issue with US Senators
Nawaz Sharif raises Kashmir issue with US Senators
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif yesterday raised the Kashmir issue during his meeting with a delegation of US Senators, saying it should be resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions.Sharif, who met Senators Tim Kaine, Member of the Senate  more
4 Northern California faults primed for big quakes
4 Northern California faults primed for big quakes
San Francisco: Three fault segments running beneath Northern California and its roughly 15 million people are overdue for a major earthquake, including one section that lies near the dams and canals that supply much of the state’s water, according to  more
Nearly 50 arrested in protest over US shootings
Nearly 50 arrested in protest over US shootings
Ferguson, Missouri: Nearly 50 people were arrested Monday during a large rally in the Missouri city where protesters have been unremitting since an unarmed 18-year-old black man was fatally shot by a police officer.Clergy members led several hundred people on  more
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un makes 1st appearance in 40 days
North Korea leader Kim Jong Un makes 1st appearance in 40 days
Seoul, South Korea: North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un has made his first public appearance in five weeks, state media reported on Tuesday, ending an absence that drove a frenzy of global speculation ion that something was amiss with the  more
Russia to intensify battle training in Armenia
Russia to intensify battle training in Armenia
Yerevan (Armenia): Russia has declared that it will significantly intensify battle training for military personnel stationed in a military base in Armenia ahead of a large-scale military exercise scheduled for Oct 13-19.About 3,000 military personnel and 500 units will participate  more
Cultural reflection can improve governance: Chinese president
Cultural reflection can improve governance: Chinese president
Beijing: President Xi Jinping has urged the Communist Party of China (CPC) to respect the country's culture and reflect on it in improving state governance.During the latest in a series of collective studies among the Political Bureau of the CPC  more
China to safeguard WWII victory, post-war order with Russia
China to safeguard WWII victory, post-war order with Russia
Moscow: China is willing to join hands with Russia to safeguard the victory of the Allies in World War II and the post-war world order, visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday.Li made the remarks during a wreath laying  more
Spanish Ebola patient still serious
Spanish Ebola patient still serious
Madrid: Spanish nurse's aide Teresa Romero who became infected by the Ebola virus while treating one of its victims, remained in "very serious" condition on Monday.Romero became the first person outside Africa to contact with the virus after attending to  more
Ebola outbreak demonstrates lack of readiness: WHO
Ebola outbreak demonstrates lack of readiness: WHO
Geneva: The Ebola epidemic shows that the world is ill-prepared to respond to a severe health emergency, World Health Organization director general Margaret Chan said on Monday."The world is ill-prepared to respond to any severe, sustained and threatening public health  more
Sharif raises Kashmir issue with US Senators
Sharif raises Kashmir issue with US Senators
Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today raised the Kashmir issue during his meeting with a delegation of US Senators, saying it should be resolved in accordance with the UN resolutions.Sharif, who met Senators Tim Kaine, Member of the Senate  more
Pakistan briefs P-5 about security tensions on LoC, IB
Pakistan briefs P-5 about security tensions on LoC, IB
Islamabad: Pakistan today briefed the envoys of five permanent members of the UN Security Council about the tensions on the LoC and International Border with India.In a statement, Pakistan Foreign Office said Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security  more
People should help end gender bias: Sumitra Mahajan
People should help end gender bias: Sumitra Mahajan
Geneva: People should join hands to eliminate all forms of gender-based inequalities and violence for sustainable peace and prosperity in society, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said here Monday."Women are the unwavering pillars of society and the worth of any  more
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