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More rain in coming days, temperature to drop

More rainfall and a drop in temperatures have been forecast in the coming days in the city and south interior and coastal Karnataka. In the wake of cyclonic storm Ockhi, till 5.30 pm on Friday, the city received 9 mm rain, while HAL airport received 8.4 mm ... Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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Business Standard

Egypt's President gives Army three months to restore Sinai security

Al-Sisi ordered Army Chief of Staff Mohamed Farid Hegazi as well as the Ministry of Interior and the police forces to bring back peace to Sinai IANS | Cairo Last Updated at November 29, 2017 23:18 IST Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday gave ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Dineshwar Sharma's work as J-K interlocutor will not affect army ops: General Bipin Rawat  Sify1 month ago Pak PM intervenes to end spat between Army chief and minister  Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistan PM briefs Army chief on economic situation  catchnews.com1 month ago

Bali on volcano red alert

Bali has ordered a mass evacuation and raised the volcanic eruption alert to the highest level with the island’s international airport closed for 24 hours, trapping 60,000 travellers. IMAGE: A villager walks as Mount Agung volcano erupts in the background in Kubu, Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia. Photograph: Johannes P Christo/Reuters Mount Agung has been hurling clouds of white and dark grey ash nearly 10,000 feet into the atmosphere since the weekend and lava is welling up ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
India Today

Protesters 'contacted India', claims Pakistan's interior minister

Clashes on Saturday broke out between security personnel and protesters belonging to hardline religious groups in the Pakistani capital following a government crackdown. Pic courtesy: Reuters Islamabad: Pakistan's Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal claimed on ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Protesters 'contacted India', claims Pak interior minister  Business Standard2 weeks ago Violence erupts in Pak after govt crackdown on protesters  Business Standard2 weeks ago Pakistani minister claims Islamabad protesters 'contacted India' as nation-wide unrest rocks country  India Today2 weeks ago

Slain Taliban leader was not issued Pakistan passport: Minister

[Pakistan], Nov.10 (ANI): Pakistan Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal has said slain Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansoor was not issued a Pakistani passport or a National Identity Card (NIC). Iqbal, in his written reply to the Pak Senate, has clarified that media ...
 Sify1 month ago Attempts to derail democracy will harm country: Pakistan minister  Sify1 month ago Pakistan defends CPEC, tells US it isn't conspiracy against India  Zee News1 month ago Don't view CPEC from India's perspective: Pak to US  Business Standard1 month ago
Money Control

India#39;s success in Aadhaar implementation urges Morocco to follow suit

The economy sent a high-level delegation for 10 days, led by their Interior Minister Noureddine Boutayeb, to study the process.
 Money Control3 weeks ago Delegation led by Minister of Interior of the Kingdom of Morocco meets Indian delegation led by MoS (Home) Shri Kiren Rijiju  PIB1 month ago Kiren Rijiju meets delegation of Morocco  Sify1 month ago
Business Standard

Pak Interior Minister wants more time to end Islamabad's siege

Pakistan's Interior Minister today asked for more time to end the more than two-week long siege of the capital Islamabad by some 2,000 protesters belonging to hardline religious groups who have been demanding the resignation of the country's law minister.The ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Blaming Islamabad for security failures in Afghanistan is insulting: Pak Minister  Business Standard1 month ago
Business Standard

China fears its ambassador to Pakistan may be killed. Here's why

The Chinese Embassy in Islamabad has written to Pakistan's Interior Ministry, saying that a terrorist tasked with attacking Ambassador Yao Jing has entered Pakistan.
 India Today1 month ago China fears its top envoy in Pakistan might be killed, seeks more security  Business Standard1 month ago China fears for its envoy’s life in Pak  MSN India1 month ago

Pakistan calls in Army as violence leaves over 200 injured

The army would be deployed for an indefinite period to maintain peace in Islamabad, the interior ministry said. PTI | Last Updated: Nov 25, 2017, 23:53 PM IST Comments| Islamabad: The Pakistan government today called in the army after clashes broke out here ...
 Zee News2 weeks ago Pakistan surrenders to non-state actors: Daily  Sify1 week ago Pakistan court slams Army for mediating with protesters  Sify1 week ago Pakistan deploys army against Islamist protesters  Sify2 weeks ago
Money Control

NGO writes to Trump against proposed move of lifting ban on

Wildlife SOS, an NGO based in India, has petitioned US Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke against President Donald Trump's proposed move of lifting a 2014 ban on import of elephants trophies from two African nations.On Thursday, the Trump administration had ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Interior chief says third of employees not loyal to Trump  Business Standard2 months ago
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