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Nawaz Sharif cancels UK trip in the face of anti-government protests  Sep 2, 8:55 pm
Islamabad, Sep. 2 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister cancelled his second foreign trip in a row as he decided to not attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit, to be held in Cardiff, United Kingdom on September 4 and 5. Earlier, he had cancelled his trip to Turkey.
Gadkari directs Rural Development Ministry to reserve 50 per cent MGNREGA jobs for water conservation  Sep 2, 7:05 pm
New Delhi, Sep. 2 (ANI): Union Rural Development Minister Nitin Gadkari has ordered that 50 per cent of all works taken up by line agencies at District level should be for water conservation works to mitigate situations of drought and water scarcity.
Southern Naval Command meets Indonesian Navy personnel  Sep 2, 6:41 pm
Kochi, Sep.2 (ANI): Indonesian Naval ship KRI Bung Tomo (Multi-Role Light frigate) today arrived at the Kochi Harbour to carry out interactions with the Southern Naval Command and facilitate activities that includes the exchange of visits by specialist officers and men from both the navies.
United Naga Council calls for boycott of Central, Manipur Government  Sep 2, 6:41 pm
Ukhrul, Manipur, Sep. 2 (ANI): As it boycotted the government, the United Naga Council (UNC) ),an apex political organisation of the northeastern Nagas in Ukhrul district of Manipur, called for a total ban on constructions of all National Projects and any kind of vehicular movement along the National Highways in effect from 06 a.m on Thursday.
Saran suggests India partners Russia to meet its energy requirements  Sep 2, 6:41 pm
New Delhi, Sept.2 (ANI): Former foreign secretary and chairman of the National Security Advisory Board Shyam Saran has suggested that India diversify its energy procurement by partnering with Russia, given that the West Asia and the North African (WANA) region are witnessing instability currently.
Smriti Irani slams controversy created around Teacher's Day  Sep 2, 6:10 pm
Aurangabad (Maharashtra), Sept. 2 (ANI): Union Minister for Human Resource Development (HRD) Smriti Irani today slammed her critics for creating a controversy around Teacher's Day.
Zelda Williams back on Twitter post online bullying  Sep 2, 6:03 pm
Washington, Sep 02 (ANI): Robin Williams' daughter, Zelda Williams, has decided to return back to Twitter after receiving far too many unkind comments on the social networking site.
When it comes to delivering on high rail capability, we are much stronger than Japan: China  Sep 2, 6:03 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): Zhou Fangyuan, International Director, China Railway No 4, Engineering Group today said that China is much stronger and capable when it comes to delivering on high speed rail capability.
Toshiba wins major order in Malaysia for 2,000 MW ultra-super-critical steam turbine  Sep 2, 6:03 pm
Tokyo, Sept. 2 (ANI): Toshiba Corporation, one of the world's leading suppliers of thermal power generation equipment, today announced that a consortium of Toshiba, IHI Corporation, Hyundai Engineering Co., Ltd. and Hyundai Engineering and Construction Co., Ltd., has won an engineering, procurement and construction contract (EPC Contract) for a 2,000 MW ultra-super-critical coal-fired power generation project in Mukim Jimah in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia (Project).
Aussie based author slammed for comparing women in traditional marriages to prostitutes  Sep 2, 5:57 pm
Washington, Sept 2 (ANI): An author based in Australia has come under fire for saying that women in traditional marriages could be considered prostitutes.
Maharashtra gets new tiger reserve  Sep 2, 5:57 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): Minister of State for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar today said that the country's 47th tiger reserve has been started in Maharashtra and a new tiger protection force has also been constituted by the government.
PM Modi takes a dig at his 'secular' critics  Sep 2, 5:10 pm
Tokyo, Sept. 2 (ANI): Taking a dig at his critics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today appeared to dare his critics to pass judgment on his gifting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a copy of the Bhagawad Gita.
Arun Jaitley undergoes laparoscopic surgery for diabetes management  Sep 2, 5:10 pm
New Delhi, Sep. 2 (ANI): Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley successfully underwent a planned elective laparoscopic procedure for diabetes management here today.
Will-Kate to visit China in 2015 to mend diplomatic ties  Sep 2, 5:10 pm
New York, September 2 (ANI): Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton may visit China in 2015 in an effort to repair strained diplomatic ties, after Prince Charles' diary comments about Chinese officials, and PM David Cameron's meeting with the Dalai Lama in May 2012, hampered the relations between the two countries.
Javadekar says BJP-led NDA Govt. has brought three changes during its 100 days  Sep 2, 5:10 pm
New Delhi, Sept.2 (ANI): Union Minister Prakash Javadekar today asserted that the government has worked in three important areas and brought changes in the system.
Kerala liquor ban: Tharoor says revenue loss must be considered  Sep 2, 4:37 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): Congress leader and former Minister of State for Human Resource Development and External Affairs Shashi Tharoor said today that while the alcohol ban in Kerala is a popular decision taken by the Oommen Chandy Government, the loss of revenue must be seriously considered by the state government.
PM Modi credits mature leadership for good Indo-Japan relations  Sep 2, 3:44 pm
Tokyo, Sept. 2 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that it was the maturity in the leadership of both India and Japan that had contributed to the development of good relations between the two nations.
Hingis smells someone 'smoking heavy s**t' during US Open doubles win  Sep 2, 3:02 pm
Sydney, Sep 02 (ANI): Swiss tennis star Martina Hingis, the former beloved of women's tennis, had been on fire in the US Open doubles with her Italian partner Flavia Pennetta when she reportedly smelt something odd.
'The Beatles' credited for influencing men's fashion this century   Sep 2, 2:31 pm
New York, Sep 02 (ANI): Gene Simmons recently revealed that 'The Beatles' style statement has been a huge impact on men's fashion in the past century, while he appeared on the Fashion Rocks at the Barclays Center.
President urges universities to build an environment to promote entrepreneurship  Sep 2, 2:10 pm
Jammu, Sep 02(ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee has said that it is the universities which need to create the right environment for encouraging entrepreneurial qualities among its students.
How long will we live with the "Biggest Threat to Internal Security "?   Sep 2, 1:20 pm
New Delhi, Sept.2 (ANI): For nearly a decade, we have been hearing former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh tell conferences of police officers in Delhi that Maoists are the biggest threat to internal security in the country and that the Central Government was taking steps to counter it, and asked the States to join the battle. However, the threat has been continuing.
Controversial Saudi proposal seeks to move Prophet's body in tomb to cemetery   Sep 2, 12:56 pm
London, Sep 2 (ANI): A leading Saudi academic has proposed a controversial document whereby Islam's most revered holy site, the tomb of the Prophet Mohamed in Saudi Arabia may be destroyed and his body shifted to the cemetery to prevent any practice of idolatry in the Muslim world but the suggestion threatens to spark massive sectarian tension.
Pak SC issues notices to all parties after petition seeking intervention to end deadlock  Sep 2, 12:56 pm
Islamabad, Sep 02 (ANI): The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Tuesday issued notices to all parliamentary parties after hearing a set of petitions filed against sit-ins organized by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and the Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) on the Constitution Avenue.
Outrage over fatwa against online chats between unrelated men, women in Egypt  Sep 2, 12:31 pm
Dubai, Sep 02 (ANI): A top Islamic organization in Egypt has reportedly issued a fatwa against online chat between unrelated men and women in the country after it declared such chats to be religiously impermissible.
BJP, Congress agree violence not acceptable in democracy  Sep 2, 12:14 pm
New Delhi, Sept. 2 (ANI): BJP and Congress leaders today said violence cannot be accepted in any form in a democracy and called for punishment of the guilty
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