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Sep 06, 2018
World's biggest sovereign fund in Norway urges companies to help save oceansCompanies should do more to protect the oceans, including combatting plastic waste, the fund said.
Sep 05, 2018
Adil Hussain's What Will People Say declared Norway's official entry for Best Foreign Film at Oscars 2019What Will People Say is set in Pakistan and Norway and traces how a Pakistani immigrant family deals with a teenage daughter's affair with a local boy
Aug 31, 2018
French minister Nathalie Loiseau warns UK about current Brexit trade proposal, says Britain must bend moreLoiseau said British prime minister Theresa May's Brexit plan, which envisages the UK leaving the EU's single market but staying in a free trade area for goods through a customs deal and common rulebook, is unattainable.
Aug 18, 2018
India U-16 football team to kick off preparations for AFC U-16 Championships with participation in Istanbul CupThe colts, who finished runner-up in the five-nation WAFF U-16 Championship, will play Turkey and Oman in the tournament followed by a friendly match against the junior side of Turkish club Besiktas before returning to India.
Aug 06, 2018
Extreme Arctic heat in Norway's far north drives reindeer into cool tunnelsThis phenomenon is not new, but it could be intensified by the record temperatures this summer.
Jul 10, 2018
Steel, aluminium tariffs: India, US to hold talks in Geneva next weekIn May, India dragged the US to the WTO dispute settlement mechanism over the imposition of import duties on steel and aluminium.
Jun 15, 2018
Moscow expresses concern over Norway's decision to station US troops for defence purposes near borderMoscow criticised Norway's plans to ask Washington to double the number of US troops stationed in the country and deploy them nearer the border with Russia
Jun 07, 2018
FIFA World Cup 2018: Panama national team's hotel rooms raided during international friendly against NorwayThe Panama national team's hotel rooms were robbed as they took on Norway in an international friendly in Oslo. The total value of objects stolen is $62,000.
Jun 04, 2018
Indians least likely to break out of education, income bracket they're born into, says World Bank reportIndians are more constrained by the circumstances they are born into than five other large developing countries: Brazil, China, Egypt, Indonesia & Nigeria.
May 03, 2018
18 Republican lawmakers seek Nobel Peace Prize for Donald Trump citing North Korea peace moves by US PresidentA group of House Republicans is seeking the Nobel Peace Prize for President Donald Trump because of his work to ease nuclear tensions with North Korea.