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Daily Archives: August 26, 2017

Know Sino India Boder Johnson-Ardagh Line

New Delhi (ABC Live): Sino India Boder Johnson-Ardagh Line :W. H. Johnson, a civil servant with the Survey of India proposed the “Johnson Line” in 1865, which put Aksai Chin in Jammu and Kashmir. This was the time of the Dungan revolt, when China did not control Xinjiang, so this line was never presented to the Chinese. Johnson presented this …

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CIA May Crack Aadhaar Database by ExpressLane Software

New Delhi (ABC Live): Aadhaar Database : WikiLeaks has released reports on Thursday claiming an “expose” that CIA is using tools devised by United States based the  Cross Match Technologies for cyber spying that may be used to crack the personal biometric data of Indian citizens  Aadhaar database. It is to remind that United States based Cross Match Technologies is …

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UN Resolution 62/2014 to Support Sexual Abuses Victims

New Delhi (ABC Live): Sexual Abuses Victims :United Nations General Assembly on 21 December 2007 during its 79th plenary meeting has adopted Resolution 62/214 for Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. 62/214. United Nations Comprehensive Strategy on Assistance and Support to Victims of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse by United Nations Staff and Related Personnel. The General …

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Delhi All set to Host First National Rural Games

New Delhi (ABC Live): First National Rural Games : Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Minister shri Vijay Goel today announced that the first edition of Rural Games or Grameen Khel Mahotsav will kick-start from Delhi and will take place between 28th August to 3rd September, 2017. The Rural Games will aim at popularising the indigenous games like wrestling, …

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Indian Self Styled Baba Challenges Rule of Law

Chandigarh (ABC Live): Indian Self Styled Baba :Today an Indian Self Styled Baba Challenged Rule of Law established in India by constitution of India, when all rules and procedures in Indian law books were ignored to bring Sirsa a small town of state Haryana in India based Indian Self Styled Baba Gurmeet Ram Rahim to CBI court at Panchkula. It …

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Marabu Theater Performs for Climate Action for Sustainability

Bonn (ABC Live):Marabu Theater : Marabu Theater, a theater company in Bonn, is working with young artists in the city to raise awareness about climate action and the need for sustainable life-styles ahead of and during of the UN Climate Change Conference COP23 (6-17 November). The group will be performing plays for children and young people on the margins of COP23. They …

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Know ICAO Runway Safety Norms for Airports

New Delhi (ABC Live): ICAO Runway Safety Norms : In an industry whose challenges and needs are constantly evolving, ICAO Runway Safety Norms in the area of runway safety is evolving as a consequence. The current reality of increasingly congested airspace, safety disparities between regions and, importantly, real-time news reporting of air accidents and public perception of how these accidents …

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Ethiopia and India Hosts 2017 Acting on the Call Conference

Addis Ababa (ABC Live): 2017 Acting on the Call Conference :Hosted by the governments of Ethiopia and India, the 2017 Acting on the Call conference is a meeting of Ministers and high level policy makers from both the public and private sectors from 24 countries. The organization of this conference has been supported by many partner organizations such as USAID, …

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UN Condemns Attacks on Myanmar Security Forces in Rakhine State

New York  (ABC Live): Rakhine State : United Nations Secretary-general António Guterres today strongly condemned the attacks carried out against the Myanmar security forces in northern areas of Rakhine State, expressing concern about escalating tensions in the region. In a statement from his spokesperson, the Secretary-General called the attacks “unacceptable” and said he hoped those responsible would be brought to …

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Global Warming to Affect Agriculture Yields in Countries Closer to Equator

New Delhi (ABC Live) Global Warming :With global warming expected to significantly impact future yields in countries located closer to the equator, the United Nations agriculture agency is calling on Asia-Pacific economies to take a leading role in adaptation and mitigation. “Many APEC [Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation] economies have already felt the full force of agricultural losses from natural disasters in …

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