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The resolution, moved by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif\'s Adviser on Foreign Affairs states that the National Assembly condemns Indian ceasefire violations along the LoC.
Microsoft drops Nokia name from Lumia smartphonesThe move comes within 6 month of Microsoft acquiring Finnish telecom company Nokia\'s mobile device business for about $7.5 billion.
Senior JD(U) leader sees Nehru in Narendra ModiThe statement of Mishra, whose son Nitish Mishra is a minister in the Jitan Ram Manjhi government, is expected to create a stir within the ruling party.
The Labour Ministry said the jobless total in mainland France rose by 19,200 to 3,432,500, a 0.6 per cent increase over one month and 4.3 percent over one year.
Govt clears 20 FDI proposals worth Rs 988 crore The Finance Ministry has cleared 20 FDI proposals including 6 in the pharma sector envisaging a total inflow of Rs 988.3 crore.
At least 430,000 people had been displaced within Ukraine as of Thursday, according to the UNHCR refugee agency, up 170,000 since early September.
Singapore and India should consider exploring the untapped potential of cooperation in naval ship building, an expert from an Indian naval think-tank said.
US stocks advanced, buoyed by gains in Microsoft and Procter & Gamble after their quarterly results.
He urged all euro zone governments to present a national timetable for structural economic reforms by the next EU summit on Dec. 18-19.
New York on alert over first Ebola case  (24 October 09:46 pm) 
Craig Spencer, 33, was rushed to the hospital with fever and gastrointestinal symptoms on Thursday, a week after returning from treating Ebola patients in Guinea.
Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari will inaugurate the electronic toll collection system on October 31, a few days later than planned earlier.
Qari Hashim was arrested in 2005, three years after the main accused were convicted for the abduction and beheading of Pearl, a Wall Street Journal reporter.
US sales of new homes were essentially flat in September, after the government sharply revised downward what was initially an August surge in buying.
The Congress leader pointed out that ministers facing corruption were dropped from the council of ministers by the Chief Minister during last several years.
\"The purpose of Swachch Bharat mission is that it should become a people\'s movement and all the citizens should take part in the cleanliness mission,\" Naidu said.
Just outside the room, a firefight was erupting in the main Hall of Honor between the gunman and security forces that ended in the assailant\'s death.
Sena MPs to attend PM\'s high tea, Uddhav not going Shiv Sena, however, sought to clear the confusion over Uddhav\'s participation, saying since the event was only for the MPs belonging to the Centre\'s
The Commerce and Industry Ministry has already taken several measures and has proposed series of steps, including drastically reducing the time for registration of business to one day, single
Amazon said Thursday its loss in the last quarter widened to $437 million after a series of product launches including new phones, tablets and television programs.
Premier Li Keqiang chaired a meeting of the council, China\'s cabinet, which decided that China would \"open the door\" to more areas for social investment.
Jaiprakash Associates\' proposed merger of subsidiary Jaypee Sports Intl Ltd with itself has received green signal from NSE.
Operations in the Middle East, China, India and Russia have contributed positively to the results of the group but they were offset by lower sales in North America.
Rafale fighter jets took part in operation, which destroyed buildings in which IS militants produced their traps, their bombs, their weapons to attack Iraqi forces.
Despite the bitterness in Indo-Pak ties, Pakistan has sent \'Diwali sweets\' to President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Govt putting in place MIS for Swachh bharat driveUrban Development Secretary Shankar Aggarwal today discussed with senior officials of the ministry the IT-based reporting and monitoring mechanisms for