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Can't save humanity until we fight out terrorism, punish those supporting it: PM Modi

Dubbing terrorism as an "enemy of humanity", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called for combating the menace unitedly.Addressing a gathering at Aishbagh Ramleela Ground in Lucknow, Prime Minister Modi asserted, We cannot save humanity unless ...
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Sustainable water management mus be at the very top of the political agenda, said European Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner Phil Hogan.
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Ray Ryan anticipates big interest in small gardens when the Bloom festival puts creative horticulture in the spotlight from this Thursday
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The Hill Farming Forum in Connemara organised by the IFA last week was an opportunity to examine how best to unlock the potential of farming on our uplands.
Long-time a maker of furniture for pubs, Monaghan Bros won a contract at Yale, writes Trish Dromey
The burden on Irish managers at a time of unprecedented challenges is about to get worse. Anew data protection regime will affect even small companies, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
As a member of the EU, the eurozone, and the OECD, Ireland does not lack for European economists to review the fiscal and expenditure decisions of our Government, and at times comment, recommend, and
The UK elections are getting tighter, which could mean another nervy few days this coming week for sterling traders and Irish firms depending on the currency.
For many pet owners, their furry companions are valued members of their families, providing companionship, endless fun, and affection. Ruth Doris explores some pet care start-ups. 
Owen Mulligan’s London debut ended in disappointment as Leitrim escaped from McGovern Park with a narrow victory.
Department of Revenue has opened a new Twitter Handle @askGST_GoI to invite queries from taxpayers
Modi has displayed a clear inclination for leveraging external sector for domestic economic growth
Now comes news that a Japanese company is planning to create a flying car – called Skydrive – that will light the Olympic flame in Tokyo in 2020.
Stock markets came off their peak and turned weak today after two back-to-back sessions of gains as the benchmark Sensex cracked below 31,000-mark after investors indulged in profit-booking. Besides,
The Empowered Committee of Secretaries (E-CoS) set up to screen the Lavasa panel recommendations on allowances will finalised its final draft report today which will then later be placed before the U
They have failed to establish a class-less society and their rousing slogan "China's chairman is our chairman" is no longer heard, but the ideals and the struggle of the Naxalites are still relevant,
Even for a man and a club synonymous with European Cup glory, Zinedine Zidane and Real Madrid stand on the brink of history in Saturday's Champions League final against Juventus in Cardiff. Since
Heidi Klum and Vito Schnabel are reportedly getting back together after the supermodel was spotted hanging out with her longtime boyfriend in London. In the photos obtained by Radar Online, the 43-ye
Maoists have reportedly blown up a railway track that falls under the jurisdiction of the Dhanbad railway division.According to preliminary reports, the track was damaged at 12:40 a.m. this morning at
Condemning the brutal murder of an e-rickshaw driver in the national capital, who was beaten to death for opposing public urination, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday assured
Two separatist leaders from Jammu and Kashmir will appear before the National Investigation Agency (NIA) today in its Delhi headquarters.According to reports, Farooq Ahmad Dar alias Bitta Karate and J
Hitting out at the burgeoning law and order crisis in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress on Monday said that the Yogi Adityanath led-government is unable to control the ongoing crisis, adding the state gover
After the support lent by Army Chief General Bipin Rawat for Major Leetul Gogoi, the Centre on Monday concurred with the former's statement that 'the dirty war in Jammu and Kashmir calls for innovatio
Ben Stokes would be the first to say England are more than a one-man team but if anyone sums up their revival in limited overs cricket it is the dynamic Durham all-rounder. Just over two years si
Retired baseball player Alex Rodriguez has signed a deal with ABC News as a contributor. The 41-year-old former New York Yankee star is expected to appear on The Alphabet's shows like "Good Morning A
Ross Taylor is matter-of-fact when he reviews his career and previews New Zealand's Champions Trophy hopes: is this the year he adds a world title to his list of credentials? The elder statesman
THE Tourism Promotions Board of the Philippines has chosen piaya and chicken inasal of Bacolod City as among the food products to be featured in the World Street Food Congress (WSFC) 2017 at the SM Ma
FARMERS in Negros Island Region (NIR) have stopped paying irrigation service fees (ISF) amid the absence of the law repealing the collection, an official of the National Irrigation Administration (NIA
Splinter group within the taxi industry is to embark on countrywide rolling protest action that will target vehicle manufacturers and sectors of the economy
The rupee weakened by 13 paise to 64.57 against the US dollar in early trade on increased month-end demand for the American currency from importers and banks. Forex dealers said the US dollar's gain
For shareholders of Sintex Industries the wait is finally over. With demerger of its plastics business complete, the Gujarat-based company will shift focus to creating wealth for its investors.
Australia are relishing the prospect of uniting their "big four" pace attack for the first time at the Champions Trophy -- and sending a message to England ahead of the Ashes. Pat Cummins, Josh H
South Africa's quest for a major international cricket trophy has become enough of an obsession for star batsman and one-day international captain AB de Villiers to put his Test career on hold. W

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