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Narendra Modi's 'Lackluster' First 100 Days As Indian Premier Narendra Modi's 'Lackluster' First 100 Days As Indian Premier
Narendra Modi swept into office on pledges of reviving a foundering economy. But analysts give the Indian PM mixed marks for his economic policies during his first 100 days in office. DW examines. "When I became prime minister, there were high expectations. Not just high expectations, but people exp...
02.09.2014
15:51
Azerbaijan-Turkey Visa Issues Remain Unchanged Azerbaijan-Turkey Visa Issues Remain Unchanged
Visa issues between Azerbaijan and Turkey remained unchanged.
02.09.2014
10:18 Monrovia's W. Point Celebrates Lifting Of Ebola Quarantine
Happy as they were, residents insisted the quarantine had been unnecessary to begin with.
02.09.2014
16:51 Japan, India Vow To Boost Strategic Ties At Tokyo Summit
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi held summit talks here Monday, and the two leaders decided to boost bilateral strategic ties and double Japan's investment in India within five years. According to a declaration issued after the meeting, "The two leaders ag...
01.09.2014
09:33
Several Categories Of Entry Visas For Foreigners To Be Introduced In Georgia Several Categories Of Entry Visas For Foreigners To Be Introduced In Georgia
Citizens of other countries will have to apply to the Georgian consulate in the place of residence to get a visa, according to the law "On the Legal Status of Foreigners and Stateless Persons", which will come into force in Georgia on Monday.
01.09.2014
08:48
The EU-Azerbaijan Visa Facilitation And The Readmission Agreements Enter Into Force Today The EU-Azerbaijan Visa Facilitation And The Readmission Agreements Enter Into Force Today
The negotiations for both the Visa Facilitation Agreement (VFA) and Readmission Agreement.
01.09.2014
14:03 Israel Keeping Gaza Siege Despite Deal: Official
Israel has not eased restrictions on the only functioning commercial crossing with the Gaza Strip despite last week's cease fire deal which included lifting a crippling siege on the enclave.
31.08.2014
07:17
Stanislaw Tillich: A Sorb For All Saxons Stanislaw Tillich: A Sorb For All Saxons
Stanislaw Tillich stands on the verge of another election victory in Saxony. The fact that he is Sorbian, an eastern European ethnic minority group, matters little to Saxony's residents. Years ago, Stanislaw Tillich, of the conservative Christian Democratic Union, himself rode with the traditional S...
31.08.2014
13:48 Ebola Quarantine Lifted On Liberia's West Point
The Liberian government has lifted a quarantine on the slum community of West Point near Monrovia, a move that might ease tensions in the community that had been sealed off for the past 10 days over the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
30.08.2014
13:47
Nanami Nagura Of Japan Wins World Air Guitar Championships Nanami Nagura Of Japan Wins World Air Guitar Championships
The Japanese air-guitar virtuoso Nanami Nagura has won this year's world championships in Finland. She took the trophy in a third round "air-off" after a tight competition. The 19-year-old Nagura - also known under the stage name "Seven Seas" - wooed the judges at the 19th Air Guitar World Champions...
30.08.2014
13:08 Hundreds Gather In SW. Japan To Protest Against Osprey Deployment Plan
Hundreds of residents gathered in front of the city hall of Saga, a southwestern Japanese city on Saturday to protest against the Japanese Defense Ministry's plan to deploy MV-22 Osprey aircraft to Saga Airport. Protesters shouted slogans loudly, such as "We don't need Ospreys," "Osprey danger, no ...
30.08.2014
13:48
E-Signature Of Azerbaijan Receives International Recognition E-Signature Of Azerbaijan Receives International Recognition
Information Technology Center (ITC) of the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies of Azerbaijan has implemented information security management system (ISMS) in accordance with the requirements of ISO / IEC 27001: 2005.
29.08.2014
13:04
Azerbaijan Unifies Indirect Taxation System In Accordance With EU Requirements Azerbaijan Unifies Indirect Taxation System In Accordance With EU Requirements
Unification of the current tax legislation of Azerbaijan and the European Union (EU) is one of the main conditions for strengthening economic cooperation with the EU.
28.08.2014
11:17
Japan Turns To India For Rare Earth Supplies Japan Turns To India For Rare Earth Supplies
India is expected to agree to produce rare earth minerals for export to Japan. Japan is trying to reduce its dependence on China for the precious minerals, which are needed for high-tech industries. Japanese media reports say India and Japan will agree to jointly produce rare earth minerals for the ...
28.08.2014
15:46
Modi's Japan Visit Signals Strengthening Of Bilateral Ties Modi's Japan Visit Signals Strengthening Of Bilateral Ties
Indian PM Narendra Modi will be heading to Japan on his first bilateral visit outside South Asia. Topping his agenda is the modernization of India's infrastructure and military, analyst Rajiv Biswas tells DW. Modi is set to visit Japan from August 30 to September 3 and meet with his Japanese counter...
27.08.2014
14:26
Georgia To Retain Visa-Free Regime With 94 Countries Georgia To Retain Visa-Free Regime With 94 Countries
The list of countries whose citizens will benefit from the visa-free regime upon entering the country is approved in Georgia, said the Director of the Consular Department of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia Giorgi Tabatadze.
26.08.2014
12:17
Japan To Start Work On First Long-Distance Maglev Line Japan To Start Work On First Long-Distance Maglev Line
New technology will slash travelling time from Tokyo to Nagoya from 90 minutes by conventional bullet train to just 40 minutes. And Japan has high hopes for its world-leading technology as an export. The sight of a sleek bullet train cutting a swathe through the Japanese countryside became one of th...
26.08.2014
13:03 Japan Invents Drug For Ebola
Japan is ready to offer its unapproved drug against the deadly Ebola virus.
25.08.2014
16:17
Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention' Refugee Council Calls On Canberra To Release 'All Children From Detention'
The Australian government has defended its continued detention of asylum seeker children in camps, a policy which Refugee Council CEO Paul Power says in a DW interview 'unquestionably' breaches children's rights. Australia's Immigration Minister Scott Morrison defended his government's tough policy ...
22.08.2014
13:19 Hamas To Fight On Despite Israel's 'Holocaust' In Gaza, Meshaal Tells Aa
Hamas political chief Khaled Meshaal has vowed to continue fighting Israel until the self proclaimed Jewish state meets Palestinian conditions for a permanent ceasefire, especially the lifting of a seven year long blockade on the Gaza Strip.
21.08.2014

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