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France FM visits Iraq to discuss reconstruction

France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian visited Iraq today to discuss the war-torn country's reconstruction with Iraqi officials after Baghdad declared victory against the Islamic State jihadist group."I have come to tell you of France's support and to ... Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Keralites looking for driver's job in Sharjah can get licence from Kerala

Edappal: Keralites who go to foreign countries like Sharjah for working as driver will be issued driving license approved by the Sharjah government in Kerala itself. Visiting the Institute of Driving Training and Research (IDTR) in Edappal,Transport ...
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'Canada supports strong united India'

[India], Feb 22 (ANI): Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on Thursday said that her country, which was facing separatist challenges, supported a strong and united India. "We are familiar with separatist challenges at home, Canada supports a strong ...
 Sify2 days ago Diplomatic Enclave: In line with protocol  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Khalistan-wary India cold-shoulders Trudeau on 1st visit  The Financial Chronicle5 days ago Trudeau in India: Canadian PM gets cold-shouldered by India for proximity with pro-Khalistan groups  Sify5 days ago
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NEET mandatory for candidates to pursue medical degree from abroad after May 2018

New Delhi : The Health Ministry has clarified that students wanting to study medical course in a foreign country after May 2018 must qualify common national entrance examination NEET. It also said that the candidates who have already taken admission under the ...
 Sify2 days ago Students to qualify NEET to study medicine abroad  Prokerala1 week ago

FDI rises only 0.27 pc during Apr-Dec FY18

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country grew by a meagre 0.27 per cent to USD 35.94 billion during the first 9 months of the current fiscal, according to the DIPP data.The FDI inflows were USD 35.84 billion during the April-December period of last ...
 Business Standard4 days ago FDI in India only up 0.27% in Apr-Dec 2017  Prokerala3 days ago
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Nepal PM seeks global support for realisation of development goals

[Nepal], Feb.19 (ANI): Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli has appealed to foreign countries to help in making his government's new development goals a grand success. Addressing the nation on the occasion of the 68th Democracy Day of Nepal, Oli declared it the ...
 Sify5 days ago Nepali PM asks for international community's support for development  Sify5 days ago Belt and Road Initiative will pave new opportunities for Nepal  Sify1 week ago
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Central government to promote tourism via digital, social media: Official

Buoyed by the steep rise in the number of foreign tourist arrivals (FTA) in the country last year, the Union Tourism Ministry will be aggressively marketing domestic religious circuits and adventure tourism through digital and social media, an official said ...
 Prokerala1 week ago Portugal tourist arrivals spike 12 percent to new record in 2017  Reuters1 week ago Foreign tourist arrivals up by 8.4% YoY  Business Standard1 week ago Foreign journalists, writers zip around in PoW  DNA2 weeks ago
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Forex reserves surge by USD 3 bn to USD 417.789 bn

The Reserve Bank of India today said, country's foreign exchange reserves rose sharply by 3 billion dollars to touch a new life-time high of 417.789 billion dollars in the week to January 26, aided by a rise in foreign currency assets.
 News on Air3 weeks ago India's Forex reserves rise by over $4 bn  Sify1 week ago Revaluation impact, foreign fund flows lift India's Forex reserves  Sify3 weeks ago
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Indian journalist among 2 scribes held in Maldives

Two foreign journalists, including an Indian national, have been detained in the Maldives for working in the country in violation of its immigration rules, the Maldivian police said on Friday amid political turmoil in the island nation. Maldives Police has handed over the two journalists, a British national and an Indian National, to immigration authorities, the police said in a statement. “These individuals were found to be working and reporting as journalists while on a tourist visa, ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Indian journalist ordered to leave Maldives  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Arrested Indian journalist ordered to leave Maldives  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Maldives crisis: Opposition seeks foreign intervention to restore democracy

Hours after President Abdulla Yameen declared a state of emergency in the Maldives, the opposition called for other countries to intervene in the crisis. Ali Zahir, deputy leader of Adhaalath Party (AP), demanded an immediate intervention to resolve the ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Maldives opposition calls for UN intervention  Sify1 week ago UN chief asks Maldives to uphold rule of law  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Maldives' oppn demands Prez Yameen's ouster after court ruling  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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