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  • Greek Lenders Resume Bailout Review Amid Protests

    Greek Lenders Resume Bailout Review Amid Protests

    Greece and its creditors on Monday began a first review of the country's new bailout amid a wave of demonstrations by farmers and professionals against a controversial pension reform that is part of the fiscal overhaul.

  • Rohith Vemula Suicide: Classes Resume In Hyderabad University

    Rohith Vemula Suicide: Classes Resume In Hyderabad University

    Classes resumed today in Hyderabad Central University, two weeks after the suicide of Dalit research scholar Rohith Vemula and subsequent agitation by the varsity students.

  • Brendon McCullum Set to Resume New Zealand Farewell

    Brendon McCullum Set to Resume New Zealand Farewell

    Brendon McCullum, whose farewell tour has been disrupted since a back injury flared up five weeks ago, said he expected to play in the last match against Pakistan and then the Australia series in February before retiring.

  • Japan Restarts Nuclear Reactor Using Plutonium-Mixed Fuel

    Japan Restarts Nuclear Reactor Using Plutonium-Mixed Fuel

    Japan on Friday restarted a nuclear reactor that uses riskier plutonium-based MOX fuel, the first of that type to resume operations under stricter safety rules introduced after the 2011 Fukushima disaster.

  • Nitish Kumar To Re-Start His Janata Darbar From February 1

    Nitish Kumar To Re-Start His Janata Darbar From February 1

    After a long break, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is set to resume his popular 'janata durbar' (people's court) from February 1 to listen to the grievances of the people, an official said on Friday.

  • European Airlines Set To Resume Flights To Tehran: Iran

    European Airlines Set To Resume Flights To Tehran: Iran

    Iran's state-owned newspaper is reporting that several European airlines will resume their flights to Iran after nearly five years.

  • Uber To Resume Chopper Flights Despite Sheriff's Order

    Uber To Resume Chopper Flights Despite Sheriff's Order

    Uber says it will resume helicopter flights at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday despite a cease-and-desist order from a Utah sheriff.

  • Bayern Munich Resume Bundesliga With 2-1 Win at Hamburg

    Bayern Munich Resume Bundesliga With 2-1 Win at Hamburg

    After an encouraging start from the hard-tackling home side, Lewandowski opened the scoring with a penalty in the 37th minute after goalkeeper Rene Adler brought down Thomas Mueller just inside the area. Adler picked up Hamburg's third yellow card and Lewandowski's score was Bayern's only shot on goal in the first half.

  • HPCL Plans to Buy Iranian Crude Oil for First Time Since 2012

    HPCL Plans to Buy Iranian Crude Oil for First Time Since 2012

    Hindustan Petroleum Corp plans to import crude oil from Iran this year for the first time since 2012, its refineries head said, which could make it the first company to resume purchases since the lifting of sanctions on Tehran.

  • South Korea's Park Geun-Hye Says Resume North Korea Talks Without North Korea

    South Korea's Park Geun-Hye Says Resume North Korea Talks Without North Korea

    South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on Friday offered a "creative" solution to stalled six-party talks on North Korea's nuclear programme -- cut Pyongyang from the equation and make them five-party negotiations instead.

  • Why Oil-Rich Iran Is Eyeing India As Clock Ticks Down On Sanctions

    Why Oil-Rich Iran Is Eyeing India As Clock Ticks Down On Sanctions

    With Iran poised to resume usual business ties with the world under a historic nuclear deal, Tehran has set eyes on Indian oil market, and old partners in Europe with hundreds of thousands of barrels of its crude.

  • Quota Agitation Will Continue, No One Can Stop It: Hardik Patel

    Quota Agitation Will Continue, No One Can Stop It: Hardik Patel

    Patel quota stir spearhead Hardik Patel, who is behind bars in two sedition cases, today said he will resume the agitation after he is released from jail and not even Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel can stall the protest.

  • Asian Markets Resume Sell-Off on Lingering China Fears

    Asian Markets Resume Sell-Off on Lingering China Fears

    Asian shares tumbled again Monday as another round of tepid data added to concerns about China's economy, which is already responsible for sparking a rout across global markets at the start of the year.

  • Mohammad Amir Gets Visa, to Resume Career in New Zealand

    Mohammad Amir Gets Visa, to Resume Career in New Zealand

    New Zealand showed leniency towards Mohammad Amir despite his conviction in the 2010 spot-fixing case. They stated the support that Amir has received from Pakistan and Kiwi cricket authorities as the reason to grant him visa

  • Activists Who Pulled Down Jayalalithaa Hoardings In Chennai Still In Jail

    Activists Who Pulled Down Jayalalithaa Hoardings In Chennai Still In Jail

    On Thursday, a local court in Chennai will resume hearing the bail plea of three activists arrested on December 31 for bringing down hoardings of Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa. The three continue to be in judicial custody.

  • Burundi Rivals Resume Peace Talks In Uganda

    Burundi Rivals Resume Peace Talks In Uganda

    Rival Burundi factions held peace talks in Uganda today, resuming long-stalled negotiations aimed at ending months of violence that has raised fears of a return to civil war.

  • Samajwadi Party Leader Ram Gopal Yadav Hails PM Modi's Pakistan Visit

    Samajwadi Party Leader Ram Gopal Yadav Hails PM Modi's Pakistan Visit

    Samajwadi Party leader Ramgopal Yadav today praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's stopover in Lahore and said the move has helped resume talks between the two countries.

  • Credit Growth Set to Pick Up After Hitting 2-Decade Low

    Credit Growth Set to Pick Up After Hitting 2-Decade Low

    India's banks say they expect credit growth to pick up moderately this financial year after falling to an almost two-decade low, as consumer confidence grows and companies resume borrowing to keep plants running and fund new projects.

  • JSPL to Resume Mining at Australian Coal Mines: CEO

    JSPL to Resume Mining at Australian Coal Mines: CEO

    Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) will resume mining coal from two of its stalled projects in Australia as it expects to get regulatory clearances from Canberra soon, its chief executive said.

  • Port Visits Resume For US Nuclear-Armed Navy Submarines

    Port Visits Resume For US Nuclear-Armed Navy Submarines

    Nuclear-armed US submarines that went more than a decade without calling on foreign ports in part because of post-September 11 security concerns are once again visiting other countries, a shift intended to underscore their global presence and lift sailor morale.

  • Australia 'Disappointed' At Japan Whaling: Malcolm Turnbull

    Australia 'Disappointed' At Japan Whaling: Malcolm Turnbull

    Australia is "very disappointed" at Tokyo's decision to resume whaling in the Antarctic Ocean, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said today as he readied for talks with Japanese premier Shinzo Abe.

  • Saina Nehwal to Resume Practice From Next Week

    Saina Nehwal to Resume Practice From Next Week

    Saina Nehwal had suffered an ankle injury last month, which forced her to skip the Hong Kong Open and also posed a serious question-mark on her performance at the season-ending BWF Superseries Finals.

  • Regular Flights To Resume Between US And Cuba: State Department

    Regular Flights To Resume Between US And Cuba: State Department

    The United States announced today the resumption of regular flights to and from Cuba, the latest step in a historic thaw in relations.

  • Meetings With PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj Yielded Encouraging Results: Nawaz Sharif

    Meetings With PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj Yielded Encouraging Results: Nawaz Sharif

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif today said his recent meetings with his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj yielded "encouraging results" with both countries agreeing to resume the comprehensive bilateral dialogue.

  • In Pakistan's Meeting With Separatists, A Shadow Over Dialogue With India

    In Pakistan's Meeting With Separatists, A Shadow Over Dialogue With India

    As India and Pakistan prepare to resume a long-stalled formal dialogue, Pakistani High Commissioner Abdul Basit met a delegation of separatists today in a move that risks aggravating New Delhi.

  • As Schools Resume, An Academic Session Washed Out in Chennai Floods

    As Schools Resume, An Academic Session Washed Out in Chennai Floods

    In a city which is still recovering from loss of life and property caused by incessant rains, children in Chennai have resumed their schools. But for Sri Indu, a class 10 student who studies in a government school, its not the same without her books.

  • Trust Is The Basis Of India-Pakistan Talks: Sushma Swaraj In Parliament

    Trust Is The Basis Of India-Pakistan Talks: Sushma Swaraj In Parliament

    With India and Pakistan agreeing to resume dialogue, Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj told Parliament on Monday, "Whenever we talk, it is based on trust." Ms Swaraj was replying to lawmakers in the Lok Sabha who wanted to know if India can trust Pakistan again. "When we have decided there will be no third party mediation, we will need to talk to each...

  • US Sees Some Problems With Syrian Opposition Pact: John Kerry

    US Sees Some Problems With Syrian Opposition Pact: John Kerry

    The United States warned today that some problems remain to be resolved in a pact between Syrian opposition forces if UN-backed peace talks are to resume next week.

  • India, Pakistan to Resume Dialogue, But No Cricket Yet

    India, Pakistan to Resume Dialogue, But No Cricket Yet

    India and Pakistan will resume comprehensive bilateral dialogue, foreign minister Sushma Swaraj announced in Islamabad today amid efforts by both nations to improve ties. The discussions will encompass a wide range of issues from counter-terrorism to economic cooperation, but the cricketing ties between the two nations is yet to get the green signa...

  • Michel Platini Pledges to Tell 'Only The Truth' at FIFA Ban Appeal

    Michel Platini Pledges to Tell 'Only The Truth' at FIFA Ban Appeal

    Michel Platini, who is currently suspended, wants the Court of Arbitration for Sport to freeze his ban by Friday, allowing him to resume campaigning for the FIFA presidency ahead of the February 26 election.

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