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President approves law authorising expenditure in Uttarakhand

May 30, 2016

President approves law authorising expenditure in Uttarakhand

A law to authorise expenditure for the ongoing fiscal in Uttarakhand has been approved by President Pranab Mukherjee. #Pranab Mukherjee #NewsTracker #Uttarakhand #President #expenditure #Uttarakhand Appropriation Act
US Elections 2016: Obama could be Hillary Clinton's secret weapon, says report

May 30, 2016

US Elections 2016: Obama could be Hillary Clinton's secret weapon, says report

US Democratic Party front-runner Hillary Clinton could have President Barack Obama, as a secret weapon in her presidential run, a report said on Sunday #Barack Obama #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #President #Democratic Party #Bernie Sanders #2016 US Presidential election
China should give more market access for Indian products: President Pranab Mukherjee

May 25, 2016

China should give more market access for Indian products: President Pranab Mukherjee

Seeking a "more equitable" bilateral trade, India on Wednesday sought from China greater market for its products like drugs and pharmaceuticals, IT and IT–related services and agro-products. #China #Pranab Mukherjee #NewsTracker #President
President's ordinance on NEET 'partially overturns' SC order, postpones 'testing times' by a year

May 24, 2016

President's ordinance on NEET 'partially overturns' SC order, postpones 'testing times' by a year

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday signed the ordinance to keep state boards out of NEET for MBBS and dental courses for this year. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Union Cabinet #President #JP Nadda #NEET #Ordinance #MBBS #Dental #Apex Court #State Boards
Trump to beat Clinton with a two percent advantage: ABC News Poll

May 23, 2016

Trump to beat Clinton with a two percent advantage: ABC News Poll

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has been given a boost by a new poll showing the Republican nominee winning general election against Hillary Clinton. #Donald Trump #US #Democrats #NewsTracker #Hillary Clinton #general election #Republicans #President #Bernie Sanders
Venezuela security forces block anti-Maduro protesters | Reuters

May 19, 2016

Venezuela security forces block anti-Maduro protesters | Reuters

CARACAS Venezuelan security forces fired tear gas at protesters in Caracas on Wednesday amid nationwide rallies demanding a recall referendum to end President Nicolas Maduro's socialist rule. In the third day of opposition rallies in the past week, several thousand protesters descended on downtown Caracas, witnesses said, for a march to the national election board. But National Guard soldiers and police cordoned off the square where they planned to meet, so protesters instead milled in nearby streets waving flags, chanting "the government will fall" and pressing up against lines. #Politics #science #Venezuela #United Kingdom #President #Entertainment #article
Pranab Mukherjee to visit China in first trip to the country by an Indian President in 6 years

May 18, 2016

Pranab Mukherjee to visit China in first trip to the country by an Indian President in 6 years

President Pranab Mukherjee will visit China from 24 to 27 May during which he will hold talks with the top Chinese leadership, the Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, #China #Pranab Mukherjee #NewsTracker #Beijing #President #Xi Jinping
Philippines president Duterte to bring back capital punishment

May 16, 2016

Philippines president Duterte to bring back capital punishment

The Philippines' President Rodrigo Duterte, nicknamed 'the Punisher' for his tough stance on crime, has said he will seek to bring back capital punishment. #NewsTracker #Capital punishment #Crime #President #Death Penalty #Philippines #The Punisher #Rodrigo Duterte #Davao City
Rwanda dismisses U.N. experts' charge that it aided Burundi rebels | Reuters

May 14, 2016

Rwanda dismisses U.N. experts' charge that it aided Burundi rebels | Reuters

KIGALI Rwanda dismissed charges levelled in a U.N. experts' report that it had supported rebels in neighbouring Burundi, accusing the authors on Friday of trying to stir up trouble in the region. The confidential report, seen by Reuters and due to be presented to the U.N #United States #Business #science #Health #United Kingdom #President