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Indian natural beauty queens and automobile expo balance sheets

New Delhi, 14 February: The Auto Expo was conceived in the year 1985 and had its debut showcasing in 1986.The Auto Expo 1986 was a window for technology transfers showing how the Indian Automotive Industry was absorbing new technologies and promoting indigenous research and development for adapting these technologies for …

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Thousands of People attend militants’ funerals in Jammu & Kashmir

Srinagar, 14 Feb (KDC): Thousands of people Friday attended the Nimaz-e-Jinaza (funeral prayers) of two Hizbul Mujahideen militants who were killed in an encounter at Pinjora village in Shupian district south Kashmir on Thursday. Thousands of People attend militants’ funerals in Jammu & Kashmir Image credit : kashmirdispatch.com All the shops, …

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Odisha Became The First State To Pass Lokayukta Bill

Odisha, February 14, Abhijit Saha: Today the Lokayukta Bill 2014 is passed by the Odisha State Assembly. With this Odisha has become the first state to be counted in the country for passing Lokayukta bill on the lines of the Lokpal Bill 2013 passed by both houses of the Parliament. …

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Delhi assembly postponed without further hearing

New Delhi, February 14, (ANI): The Delhi Assembly was adjourned sine die on Friday after the session witnessed continued protests by the opposition over the Jan Lokpal Bill. Earlier, the Delhi Assembly Speaker M.S. Dhir announced that the Jan Lokpal Bill has not been introduced in the House. “42 MLAs …

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Saudi Arabian Fighters Return from Syrian Civil War

Ankara, 14 Feb/2014(AP): Several young Saudis who had gone to Syria on their own to fight alongside opposition forces have returned home.  The Saudi Embassy in Turkey facilitated their return, Saudi Ambassador to Ankara Adel Mirdad said, adding: “All Saudi (fighters) who returned through Turkey were young men and did not …

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Viral Fever breaks out in Kolkata

KOLKATA, February 14, Sandipan Sharma:  Blame the fluctuating climate for transforming very nearly every family in the city into a small scale healing center. With the mercury swinging suddenly, infections have gotten dynamic once more. Furthermore the consequence has been a foreseeable spread of the chilly and-fever scourge. It could …

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Assam to Dehorn Rhinos to protect them

Guwahati, February 14, Jasmine Ahmed: The Rhinos face a hazard to their whistle. That way, the Forest Department in Assam is now contemplating over the plan of dehorn the animal to save from smugglers. Scores of Rhinos have collapsed prey to the ammunition of smugglers in Assam. Forest Department of State’s …

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AAP Looking For Honest Candidate To Field Against BJD in Odisha

Odisha, February 14, Abhijit Saha: The Aam Aadmi Party’s national executive member Yogendra Yadav said that they are looking for an honest candidate to field against the ruling BJD Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik in Odisha in the forthcoming assembly elections. He said this yesterday on their first ever public meeting. …

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