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Terror activities rise in India by 70 per cent: Global Index
Terror activities in India have increased by 70 per cent during 2012-2013 with the number of deaths rising from 238 to 404, most of which were caused by Naxals, says a new report.
Vaz seeks UK govt help for Mahatma Gandhi statue
 Britain's longest serving MP of Asian origin Keith Vaz has asked the UK government to support the installation of Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Parliament Square.
SAARC summit: PM Narendra Modi to visit only Kathmandu during Nepal trip
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be only visiting Kathmandu during his trip to Nepal to attend the 18th SAARC summit.
Narendra Modi wants FTA to be done fast: Australian High Commissioner
The Free Trade Agreement between India and Australia should be concluded as fast as possible, Australian High Commissioner Patrick Suckling said here today, quoting Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Centre to launch `Jal Gram` scheme next year: Uma Bharati
Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharati on Saturday said that the Centre will launch the Jal Gram (Water Village) Scheme in 2015.
Army denies reports of `fierce encounter` in Poonch
The Army on Saturday termed as baseless reports of a fierce encounter between the security forces and a group of infiltrators in the Poonch forest.
Quarantined Indian`s samples found negative for Ebola
The Indian man, who had travelled to Liberia and got infected with Ebola but cured, continues to be symptom free and his tests for the killer virus have been found negative, an official statement said Saturday.
German envoy confident of finding a solution to language teaching issue in KVs
 Invoking German writer Johann Goethe and Rabindranath Tagore, German Ambassador to India Michael Steiner today expressed confidence of finding a solution to the issue of dropping of German as third language in Kendriya Vidyalayas.
`Modi`s efforts for good foreign relations paying off`
Efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to have cordial relations with the maximum number of countries are paying dividend and it is evident from US President Barack Obama's acceptance of the invitation to grace India's Republic Day function, former diplomat VB Soni said here today.
`Multi-pronged approach to curb illegal money pooling schemes`
Sebi chief UK Sinha on Saturday exuded confidence that a multi-pronged approach, including effective use of powers vested with it, would help control the menace of illegal money pooling schemes.
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