CYPRUS PEACE DEAL HANGS IN THE BALANCE

NICOSIA: Rival Cypriot pioneers continue UN-supported talks Sunday went for settling four many years of division on the Mediterranean island keeping in mind the desire of an achievement high yet a key region question unsettled. Seen by specialists as the last most obvious opportunity to reunify Cyprus, the represent the deciding moment discourses in Switzerland could prompt to a multi-billion-euro …

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THREE-WAY RACE AS FRENCH RIGHT HOLDS PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY

PARIS: France’s right-wing presidential hopefuls kick off their nominating contest Sunday as a sudden tightening of the race cast doubt on ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy’s chances of regaining the Elysee Palace. A late surge by the third-placed Francois Fillon, who was prime minister under Sarkozy, catapulted him into pole position for the first-round primary vote.A voter survey on Friday gave 62-year-old …

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Each Indian will have house by 2022: PM Narendra Modi

Designed entirely for the rural masses, the ambitious scheme aims to provide affordable houses to all those living below the poverty line by the year 2022. Intending to give house to each Indian by the year 2022, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday propelled his leader lodging plan ‘Pradhan Mantri Gramin Awas Yojna’ in Agra. Composed completely for the rustic …

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Pakistan armed force ‘similarly prepared’ for routine war: Raheel Sharif

Fight solidified Pakistan armed force is “similarly prepared” to battle routine wars in the wake of enlisting an “exceptional level of achievements” in its war against fear, armed force boss General Raheel Sharif has said. Going by troops and war veterans at Sulemanki Sector on Sunday, Raheel, who is relied upon to resign from administration not long from now, said …

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Replace your Roof by affordable Tesla’s Solar Roof

Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that their up and coming item Tesla’s Solar Roof represents comparable costs as those for a customary rooftop — talking regarding the costs acquired by a standard rooftop’s power generation.The thought behind the pocket inviting force arrangement is not just to spare a critical expendable vitality source yet to keep in view the common sense …

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India bans Zakir Naik’s NGO for five years

NEW DELHI: The legislature on Tuesday banned Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), the NGO of evangelist Zakir Naik, as an ‘unlawful association’ for a long time with prompt impact. The boycott has been upheld under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) and endorsed at a meeting of the Union bureau. TOI had before reported that the administration proposed to boycott IRF …

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US protesters march against Trump presidency for fifth day

Demonstrators in major US cities took to the streets on Sunday for a fifth straight day to protest President-elect Donald Trump, whose campaign manager said President Barack Obama and Democrat Hillary Clinton should do more to support a peaceful transition. Following several nights of unrest, crowds of people marched in parks in New York City, San Francisco and Oakland, California, …

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Modi says he’s ready to launch more ‘projects’ to fight graft

PANAJI India: After demonetising high-esteem notes to control dark cash, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he had “more tasks as a top priority” to free the nation of debasement and was prepared to confront the outcomes. “This is not the end. I have more tasks at the top of the priority list to make India defilement free. …. …

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Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu backs bill to limit Azan

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday he sponsored a bill restricting the quantity of calls to supplication from mosques, a proposition government guard dogs have called a danger to religious flexibility. Netanyahu, who talked as a pastoral board of trustees was to examine the draft charge, said he would bolster a move that some have named pointlessly …

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Bangladesh buys two submarines from China

Bangladesh took conveyance on Monday of its first submarines, purchased from China, as it looks to support its maritime power in the Bay of Bengal. Bangladesh paid a reported $203 million for the two submarines, an arrangement that mirrors the nation’s becoming financial and resistance ties with Beijing. Military representative Taposhi Rabeya said they would turn out to be a …

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