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Politics

Pakistan takes back death penalty suspension after seven years

Officials from Pakistan are all set to resume executions for death penalty offences after a temporary ban was levied and has been lifted. Terror...

AAP claims massive victory with 64 out of 70 seats in Delhi assembly polls

Once again Arvind Kejriwal has proved the power of a common man as Aam Aadmi Party has claimed a massive win in the Delhi...

US President Obama witnesses 66th Republic Day parade

India did not leave a stone unturned when it flaunted its military forces in front of the American President Barack Obama in New Delhi...
Indian e-visa for 43 nations

India launches e-visa facility for 43 nations

Government of India introduces e-visa facility for 43 nations to promote tourism. The Indian government has opened its e-visa facility for 43 nations, in a bid to...
Nepal and India power deal

Nepal to sign $1 billion power deal with India

Neighboring countries Nepal and India to ink hydroelectric power deal. Nepal and India will sign a $1.04 billion power deal for building a 900 MW hydropower...
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Australia and China agree to landmark free trade agreement

Game-changing FTA to be signed between Australia and China in 2015. Australia and China will sign an agreed upon landmark free trade agreement (FTA) by...
Chinese President Xi Jinping visits South Korea

China to sign free trade agreement with South Korea

By next year, China intends to sign a free trade agreement with South Korea after talks. China will sign a free trade agreement (FTA) with South...
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Philippines observes Typhoon Haiyan anniversary

A year after Typhoon Haiyan tore through central Philippine, as thousands remember the dead. In memory of those who fell to Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines...
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China to sign extradition treaty with Australia

China is working out an extradition treaty with Australia to catch hold of its corrupt officials. In a bid to align its public office with...

Hong Kong pro-democracy protests get violent again

Tensions escalate as Hong Kong pro-democracy protests experience clash with dozens of police officers. Fresh clashes were reported on November 6, 2014, as the Hong...
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