The resolution was adopted during a meet chaired by Lithuania’s Foreign Minister under the agenda item Protection of civilians in armed conflict.
In the unicameral legislature the proposal to abolish death penalty was passed 30 to 19, which is the exact number of votes needed to override Governor Pete Ricketts earlier veto.
This Russian military exercise that coincided with an Arctic training exercise by NATO and some of its partners in Europe may raise concerns of West.
The world’s most powerful woman in the list is German Chancellor Angela Merkel who fetched the first spot.
It was signed by the Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and the Vietnamese Minister for National Defence General Phung Quang Thanh in New Delhi.
The framework is aimed at launching satellite missions and the first Arab unmanned probe to Mars called Hope Probe by 2021.
The two Indians named in the gazette are Sneh Lata Sawhney and Sangita Sawhney, and the gazette has provided their date of births only.
The two ministers Swaraj and Mashabane agreed to work under the framework of a five year strategic programme of cooperation and decided to establish a new Joint Working Group on Trade & Economic matters on it.
The fines were imposed as part of the settlements reached between the banks and the governmental agencies probing the charges.
The policy for an unprecedented naval operation against the smuggling of refugees from North Africa to Europe was approved by EU foreign ministers during a meet held in Brussels.
The ban was announced by during President’s visit to Camden, one of the poorest cities of New Jersey. The city dissolved its police force and replaced it with a new county-run department.
India-Korea Double Taxation Avoidance Convention (signed 1985) has been revised with a view to avoiding the burden of double taxation on taxpayers in the two countries.
He was sworn-in as the President after his A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) party-led coalition won the national elections.
To help convicted nationals of Mangolia and India in the process of their social rehabilitation Treaty on the Transfer of Sentenced Persons was inked.
On 15 May every year, Palestinians mark Nakba Day, the day when the state of Israel was founded, so as to reaffirm their right to return to their ancestral homeland from which they were expelled in 1948.
The exchange of programmes will begin by the end 2015 and both networks will also take up co-production works for this initiative.
The decision is aimed at development of Indian tourism sector and increasing people-to-people exchanges between the two countries.
The details of agreements covering the fields of Education, Railways, People-to-People exchanges, skill development, Security among others were outlined in the Joint Statement issued by the two leaders after the conclusion of bilateral talks.
The Joint Statement titled Bilateral Commission of the Holy See and the State of Palestine was released after the Plenary Session between Holy See and Palestine held in Vatican.
The underwater ballistic missile was test-fired after Leader Kim Jong-Un gave the order to test-fire the missile.
President Pranab Mukherjee is on a four day visit to Russia to witness the Victory Day parade on 9 May 2015 marking the 70th anniversary of Allied forces victory in the Second World War.
The elections for the British Parliament made up of 650 seats with 326 required for a majority were held on 7 May 2015.
The bank will provide interest-free loans of up to 25 lakh nepali rupees in the Kathmandu Valley.
This is the first drill held by Japan and the Philippines after signing a strategic partnership pact in 2012.
This MoU will facilitate availability of functional container and cargo terminal to India at the port which will provide Afghanistan’s garland road network system alternate access to a sea port.
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Anti-Terror Act, 2015 would give Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) the ability to operate overseas and make preventative arrests. It also makes it easier for police to arrest and detain individuals without charge.
The law on intelligence-gathering adopted by 438 votes to 86, was drafted after three days of Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris in January 2015, in which 17 people were killed.
Agreement was signed by the French President Francois Hollande and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, Qatar.
The new penalties include up to three years in prison and fine of 100,000 dollars. The Government has also announced foreign buyers who are forced to sell a property will be prevented from profiting from the sale.