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Missing Pakistani boy found in India two years later
Islamabad, May 29 : A Pakistani boy who went missing from his home in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan two years ago was found in India.
Six missing in China landslide
Beijing, May 29 : Six people in China's Zhejiang province were reported missing after their houses were buried by a landslide on Sunday.
EC rescinds poll notification for two seats in TN Assembly, a first ...
Chennai, May 28 : The Election Commission cancelled polling for the two remaining Assembly constituencies in Tamil Nadu and said fresh notification will be issued in due course, according to media reports.
Security Council approves two-month extension for African Union ...
New York, May 28 (Just Earth News): The United Nations Security Council on Friday approved a two-month extension of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), allowing adequate time for the 15-member body to consider the outcome of its recently-concluded visit to the Horn of Africa country.
UN official acclaims 2016 Crime Commission session for role in ...
New York, May 28 (Just Earth News):As the week-long annual session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) came to a close in Vienna on Friday, the head of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) highlighted that bonds had been strengthened between efforts in ...
South Sudan: New team of explosive detection dogs arrives at UN ...
New York, May 28 (Just Earth News): The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) in South Sudan said on Friday it will receive 37 new explosive detection dogs as part of an increase in the presence of such dogs throughout the country.
UN rights office warns of severe lack of funding for human rights ...
New York, May 28 (Just Earth News):The United Nations human rights office on Friday said it is disturbed by the severe financial crisis the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights is facing, warning that the Commission's capacity to respond to victims of rights violations across the Americas may ...
Indian climber Sunita Hazara returns home from Kathmandu
Kolkata, May 28 : Indian climber Sunita Hazara, who was rescued after going missing while attempting to scale Mount Everest and hospitalised in Kathmandu, arrived in the eastern metropolis on Saturday.
This new weapon can predict Zika spread
Washington D.C, May 28 : A new tool by Japan-based researchers predicts the risk of Zika virus importation and local transmission for 189 countries.
Torch rally aimed at searching missing Rahul Gandhi: Kapil Mishra
New Delhi, May 28 : With Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi set to lead a torch march to protest against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government over scarcity of water and power, Delhi Water Minister Kapil Sharma said they are taking out the torch rally to find whereabouts of Rahul Gandhi, whom ...
Minority Affairs Ministry aims at 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikaas': Heptulla
New Delhi, May 28 : Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla on Saturday said the whole focus of the ministry revolved around the vision and mission 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikaas', adding that it made consistent efforts in the last two years to fulfill the agenda set in the manifesto for minorities and ...
Shamina Shafiq condemns Mandya molestation incident
New Delhi, May 28 : Former National Commission for Women (NCW) member Shamina Shafiq on Saturday condemned the Mandya incident where a woman working in a gram panchayat was molested by a Janata Dal (Secular) leader. She called on the Centre and the state government to instill fear in the minds of ...
EC to conduct fresh polls in two Tamil Nadu constituencies
New Delhi, May 28 : Based on reports of large scale distribution of money and gifts during the recently concluded assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, the Election Commission of India on Saturday has decided to conduct fresh elections in two constituencies of the state.
DCW, Delhi Police hold meet to ascertain 'ownership' of brothels
New Delhi, May 28 : Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal has been holding a series of meetings with all the concerned persons regarding the issue of human trafficking in Delhi.
Never think of getting trapped with Matt LeBlanc in a car
Melbourne, May 28 : You surely will never be Matt LeBlanc's co-passenger after his admission of being "a nightmare back seat driver."
Lankan rights body issues directives on arrests, detention under PTA
Colombo ,May 28: The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) has issued directives to be followed by designated officials arresting persons under the Prevention of Terrorism Act No 48 of 1979 (PTA).
EC rescinds polls for two remaining TN assembly seats
Chennai, May 28 : The Election Commission said on Saturday that it has decided to rescind elections to Aravakurichi and Thanjavur assembly constituencies in Tamil Nadu and a recommendation to this effect has been made to Governor K.Rosaiah, the poll body said.
Pragmatic Chandrababu Naidu will count on Modi government (News ...
Tirupati, May 28 : At the annual convention of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP) here, one couldn't miss the mood of grassroots party activists: it was anti-Centre, if not anti-BJP. Still, TDP chief and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu is pragmatic enough to realise that negative ...
Security of Indians abroad top priority: Sushma
New Delhi, May 28 : The welfare and security of Indians abroad should be the top priority for Indian diplomats, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said here on Saturday, addressing an annual gathering of Indian Heads of Missions here.
Colombian rebels free Spanish journalist
Bogota, May 28 : A Colombian rebel group freed a Spanish journalist in the Catatumbo region after she went missing on May 21.
1,900 migrants rescued off Libyan coast: Italian coast guard
Rome, May 28 : Some 1,900 migrants and refugees were saved in rescue operations in the southern Mediterranean Sea on Friday, and dozens were feared missing, Italian officials said.
SC to hear government's plea against Rs.50 lakh cost imposed by AFT
New Delhi, May 27 : The Supreme Court will hear, on May 30, plea by the central government challenging the Armed Forces Tribunal order imposing a cost of Rs.50 lakhs on the defence secretary, the army chief and the military secretary as it dismissed a plea by Lt.Gen. N.K. Mehta whom it had earlier ...
Prepared for Jat agitation, says Haryana Police
Chandigarh, May 27 : With the Punjab and Haryana High Court staying the Haryana government notification granting reservation in jobs and admission to Jats and five other communities and the Jat community threatening to re-launch its agitation from June 5, the Haryana Police on Friday said that it ...
JNU increases grace marks for women, transgenders
New Delhi, May 27 : The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on Friday brought in major changes in the deprivation points system which is used to help female and transgender candidates from backward regions of the country get admission into the varsity.
Chandigarh administration pays Rs.3 lakh to rape victim
New Delhi, May 27 : The Chandigarh administration has, on the recommendation of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), paid Rs.3 lakh to a girl gang-raped by five police constables, an official statement said on Friday.
Cook dismissed at 15, misses landmark
Chester-le-Street, May 27 : English skipper Alastair Cook missed a chance to score 10,000th Test run as he was dismissed at 15 runs, five short of touching the landmark during the first day of the second Test against Sri Lanka here on Friday.
Missing Indian climber Nath's body found on Mt Everest
Kathmandu, May 27 : Missing Indian mountaineer, Paresh Nath's body has been found on the upper slopes of Mt Everest while the second Indian climber Goutam Ghosh is still missing as of Friday, media reported.
Missing Indian climbers found dead on Mt Everest
Kathmandu, May 27 : Rescue officials on Friday found the body of missing Indian climber Paresh Chandra Nath above Mount Everest's Camp IV.
One Indian climber's body found
Kathmandu, May 27: Rescuers on Friday found the body of Paresh Chandra Nath, an Indian mountaineer, who went missing above Camp IV on the Mt. Everest last week.
G7 leaders condemn North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile tests
London, May 27 : Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the second day of the G7 talks said the group leaders condemn in the strongest terms North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile tests, and "strongly demand" that it acts upon international concerns immediately.