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Ban Ki-moon meets Pranab, discusses terror, UN reforms

He pointed out that India was the second largest donor to the Democracy Fund, next only to the US.

Children in Syria raped, maimed and tortured during war: UN

Syrian militia groups recruit children for both combat as well as for using terror tactics in civilian-populated areas.

United Nations praises Orissa for cyclone management

Orissa’s handling of the cyclone will be a landmark success story in disaster management.


Time for North Korea to end its belligerent approach: Barack Obama

It is important for North Korea to observe the basic rules and norms that are set forth: Obama


Ban Ki-moon describes Malala Yousufzai as ‘symbol of hope’

The UN will always be with you and the many people like you he told Malala

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon hails Hugo Chavez’s work for poor

Ban pledged that the United Nations would continue to work with Venezuela.


UN chief warns Iran’s Ahmadinejad on fiery rhetoric

Ahmadinejad had used his UN speeches to defend Iran’s nuclear program and to attack Israel.


Ban Ki-moon speaks of ‘grisly reports’ from Syria

The UN chief cites reports of summary executions,arbitrary detentions and torture in Homs.


UN secretary general condemns multiple attacks in Nigeria

Ban Ki-Moon said frequency of attacks demonstrate ‘unacceptable disregard’ for life.


UN chief welcomes swearing-in of Yemen unity govt

Ban Ki-moon calls upon all sides to work towards implementation of transition process.

UN Secy General condemns attacks in Norway

Atleast 17 people were reportedly killed in a shooting and bomb blast near govt buildings in Oslo.

UN report on war crimes: Govt to engage with Lanka

With a UN panel claiming that the killing of people in the final stages of the Sri Lankan Army’s battle with the LTTE led to “war crimes”,India on Tuesday said that the issues raised in the report need to be studied carefully and it intends to engage with the Sri Lankan government on these matters.

Gates bats for India’s poor

Microsoft Corporation chairman Bill Gates did not mind taking cudgels with world leaders.


UN chief: Time to stop climate finger-pointing

Rich and poor countries must ‘stop pointing fingers’ and increase their pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions,said Ban Ki-moon.

The score at half-time

The first secretary-general of the United Nations told his successor it was the toughest job in the world. It has since got harder. Halfway through his first five-year term,Ban Ki-moon,only the eighth man to fill the post (there have been no women),still struggles to make his voice count in a cacophonous world. South Korea’s foreign […]