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Ayodhya (Uttar Pradesh), Dec. 6 (ANI): On the 22nd anniversary of demolition of disputed structure, Babri mosque, by Kar Sewaks (Hindu volunteers), security has been beefed up in the temple city.
Rohtak (Haryana), Dec. 4 (ANI): The Haryana Government on Thursday reportedly put on hold the award it had announced for the Rohtak sisters who fought off alleged harassers in a public bus, after two witnesses disputed the earlier version of events.
Tyson admits still struggling but kicking life's ass nonetheless Nov 15, 4:20 pm
Washington, Nov 15 (ANI): American boxing legend and pop culture lightning rod Mike Tyson has revealed that he is still struggling, but admitted that right now he is kicking life's ass.
Catalonia votes overwhelmingly for independence from Spain in 'informal, non-binding' referendum Nov 10, 10:46 am
London, Nov 10 (ANI): Weeks after the nation's constitutional court suspended a referendum, more than 80 percent people participating in Catalonia's disputed and non-binding voting on independence from Spain have showed support for secession, a report said.
London, Nov 08 (ANI): China and Japan have reportedly reached a landmark agreement to ease tensions over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
Michelin Guide names Hong Kong world culinary 'leaders' Nov 3, 12:11 pm
Washington, Nov 3 (ANI): Hong Kongers have claimed the title of most "undisputed leaders" in international culinary.
New Delhi, Oct. 27 (ANI): India and Vietnam are scheduled to sign an agreement on Tuesday allowing the former to explore the South China Sea for oil, despite strong protests from China.
New Delhi, Oct. 19 (ANI): Hailing the BJP's unprecedented electoral performance in Haryana and Maharashtra, party president Amit Shah on Sunday said the results reflect that the people of the country have accepted Prime Minister Narendra Modi as their 'undisputed' leader.
Mayweather sued by two brothers for 'forced sparring session' aired before Maidana fight Oct 18, 1:52 pm
London, Oct 18 (ANI): Two brothers who were involved in fights used in the Showtime 'All Access' segments before Floyd Mayweather Jr.'s bout against Marcos Maidana in September have sued the undisputed world boxing champion.
Map controversy: Error can be corrected, no point in creating an issue, says Kiren Rijiju Sep 23, 1:34 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 23 (ANI): Commenting on the Gujarat government's depiction of Arunachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir as disputed areas in a map, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Tuesday said if there has been an error it will be corrected, and added that there was no need to turn the matter into a big issue.
Congress criticises PM Modi's soft stand on Chinese incursions Sep 22, 6:37 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 22 (ANI): : The Congress Party on Monday criticised the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for its soft stand on Chinese incursions, days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a robust line on security at summit talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping and called for an early settlement with China on their disputed common border.
Afghanistan's presidential rivals sign power-sharing deal Sep 22, 9:28 am
Kabul, Sept. 22 (ANI): Afghanistan's two rival presidential candidates have signed a power-sharing deal at a ceremony in Kabul, ending a prolonged stand-off over disputed election results.
Now, Mike Tyson launches 'F-word' fusillade on live Canadian TV Sep 11, 12:44 pm
Wellington, Sep 11 (ANI): American boxing legend Mike Tyson launched a shower of oath-filled outburst on Canadian TV.
Sushma holds talks with Afghan Prez Karzai Sep 10, 8:06 pm
Kabul, Sept. 10, (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on her visit to Afghanistan met Afghan President Hamid Karzai, ahead of the declaration of the results of the disputed second round of presidential elections in the nation.
Pak resorting to ceasefire violations to keep J-K issue alive, says Col. Danvir Singh Aug 17, 12:33 pm
Ghaziabad, Aug.17 (ANI): Colonel (Retired) Danvir Singh said on Sunday that Pakistan is resorting to ceasefire violations as it wants to keep the issue of Jammu and Kashmir's disputed status alive.
Curfew relaxed in Saharanpur for 4 hours Jul 28, 11:54 am
Saharanpur, July 28 (ANI): The two day long curfew in Saharanpur has been lifted for a few hours in selected areas of city to let the people stock up on essential items. The curfew had been in place since Saturday after clashes took place between two groups over a disputed land.
London, May 9 (ANI): China has warned Vietnam to withdraw its ships from the disputed South China Sea, after vessels from the two sides collided in a confrontation.
Hajia Marzia - a political inspiration from Kargil May 1, 12:46 pm
Kargil, May 1 (ANI): Smriti Irani, a famous face fighting the current Lok Sabha elections from Amethi, has hogged the limelight for challenging Rahul Gandhi, considered to be the undisputed winner from this constituency.
Japan building military site near disputed Senkaku islands Apr 20, 2:08 pm
London, Apr. 20 (ANI): Japan has begun construction work on a military radar station near the disputed Senkaku islands.
PoK residents capture two Indian horses along LoC Mar 19, 8:40 pm
Poonch (Jammu and Kashmir), Mar.19 (ANI): Residents of Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) captured two Indian horses near the Line of Control (LoC) along the disputed Indo-Pak border.
Washington, Feb. 20 (ANI): A senior US Navy official has revealed that China's recent military exercises are an indication that it is preparing for a short war with Japan over disputed islands in the East China Sea.
London, Jan. 29 (ANI): Japan is revising teaching matter for schools that sets out the islands disputed by China and South Korea actually belongs to Tokyo.
European office upholds 3G patent disputed by Nokia, HTC, Apple Jan 24, 4:19 pm
Washington, Jan. 24 (ANI): The European Patent Office (EPO) has upheld a narrowed version of a patent on 3G technology rejecting claims from Nokia, HTC, Apple, Ericsson and Vodafone.
Ex-Taiwanese President says Japan owns disputed Senkaku islands Jan 18, 2:41 pm
Tokyo, Jan. 18 (ANI): Former Taiwanese President Lee Teng-hui has reiterated that the disputed Senkaku Islands are Japanese territory based on international law.
London, Jan. 11 (ANI): China has defended its new fishing restrictions in disputed waters of the South China Sea, claiming that the rules were in accordance with the international law, and slamming the United States criticism of the rules for being "provocative and potentially dangerous."
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