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Abu Dhabi Crown Prince meets Ban on humanitarian issues

ABU DHABI, Feb 9 (KUNA) -- Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Al-Nahyan held talks with visiting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon Monday on international and humanitarian issues. Sheikh Mohammad and Ban also discussed agenda of the ... Kuwait News Agency, 3 weeks ago
Egyptian Pres. arrives in Abu Dhabi Kuwait News Agency, 1 month ago
International Middle East Media Center

Army Kidnaps 14 Palestinians In Occupied Jerusalem

Settlers attempt to invade a village near Nablus File - alresalah.ps Amjad Abu Asab, head of the ite Families Committee of Palestinian Detainees, said the soldiers kidnapped Mahmoud Hadya, Mohammad al-Joulani, Mohammad al-Mohtaseb, Adham Abu Najma, ...
 International Middle East Media Center2 months ago Palestine: Israeli army kidnaps 14 Palestinians in Jerusalem  Muslim News2 months ago Palestine: Nine Palestinians kidnapped by Israeli soldiers in Jerusalem  Muslim News2 months ago

Total wins stake in Abu Dhabi oil concessions

The concession covers the fifteen principal onshore oilfields of Abu Dhabi and represents more than half of the Emirate's production Abu Dhabi: French company Total has won a ten per cent stake in developing oilfields in Abu Dhabi as part of oil ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
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Many highs, some lows as sports in India takes a big leap in 2014

New Delhi : Some stellar performances by seasoned veterans and promising youngsters continued to raise the bar in Olympic sports but there was heartbreak in equal measure when corruption scandals blighted India's favourite obsession, cricket, in a ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago It's a see-saw year for Indian sports  The Hindu2 months ago Some highs, some lows but Indian sports grows in 2014  ZeeNews.com2 months ago India's Sporting Highs and Lows of 2014  NDTV2 months ago
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A watershed year for Indian sports despite its lows

From the courtroom drama surrounding IPL spot-fixing scandal to MS Dhoni’s retirement to Rohit Sharma’s epic 264 in ODI to hammering in England and Australia this has been a mixed bag for Indian cricket.  Tennis, football and badminton were the biggest gainers from India’s poor show in cricket as various leagues gained on the popularity charts with names likes of Roger Federer, Alessandro Del Piero, David Trezeguet making their maiden appearance in India.  India ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Millennium Post

Looking back: Some highs, some lows

There was the usual administrative wrangling in some sports but all that was thrown into the backburner by a hectic schedule which included Commonwealth and Asian Games. On the cricket field, the courtroom drama surrounding IPL spot-fixing scandal, ...
 Millennium Post2 months ago
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Shooting: The year of Jitu Rai's rise

New Delhi: On and off, here and there, Indian shooters called the shots in 2014, but it was 'Pistol King' Jitu Rai who truly lived upto the sobriquet with a stunning display, leaving the other big guns gazing at the dizzy heights he touched in his ...
 MSN News2 months ago Yearender: Jitu Rai rises in all directions as shooters continue to impress  IBNLive India News2 months ago A year of wonders for shooter Jitu Rai  Sify2 months ago Jitu Rai Fires Away as Indian Shooters Continue to Succeed in 2014  NDTV2 months ago
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