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Bharatiya Janata Party has bowed down to Shiv Sena’s demand

Days after a squabble over the seat-sharing in the upcoming assembly polls in Maharashtra, the Bharatiya Janata Party has bowed down to Shiv Sena’s demand of 135 seats, and sent a list of 119 seats to the central leadership, CNN IBN reports.

Maulvi in Army is forced for saying Jai Mata Di instead of JAI HIND

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Made famous by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the salutation “Jai Hind” was coined by Major Abid Hasan Zafrani of the Azad Hind Fauj. Two decades after Zafrani’s death, a Muslim priest of the Indian Army has approached the President of India, the National Commission of Minorities and Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav alleging that his superior officers have censured him for using the slogan because it “sends a message of religious hatred and extremism”.

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House of Representatives approves Obama plan to arm Syrian rebels

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Doubts over US strategy in Syria grew on Wednesday as a key vote in Congress allowing the arming and training of groups fighting against the Islamic State saw a larger-than-expected rebellion among both Democrats and Republicans. Vote passes 273-156 as Obama seeks to reassure lawmakers and Americans who fear the US will be drawn into a ground war.

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Turning a blind eye? Modi and Xi are all bonhomie and business… As Chinese troops hold face-off with Indian Army in three areas

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Chinese First Lady Peng Liyuan surprised everyone at the Sabarmati Riverfront Garden on Wednesday by singing the opening lines of the Raj Kapoor classic ‘Awaara Hoon’.
The spontaneous rendition was quite the crescendo on a day of a resurrected Bhai-Bhai show, as Chinese President Xi Jinping began his three-day visit to India from Ahmedabad.

In Ladakh, meanwhile, it was cold courage and colder steel that marked the Sino-Indian interface as confrontations continued at two places and a third started up.

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As if it wasn’t hot enough already! Kim Kardashian sizzles in white crop top and tight skirt as she steps out on sweltering LA day

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Los Angeles currently is experiencing a sweltering heat wave.And Kim Kardashian raised temperatures further as she stepped out in a very titillating outfit.The 33-year-old showed off her incredible curves in a high-waisted skirt paired with a white crop top as she headed into a sound studio on Wednesday.

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The Don’t Knows hold key to separation: Final series of polls suggest future of the UK hangs in the balance

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More than 150,000 still undecided on most prolific vote in country’s history
Final polls show four per cent of electorate have still to make up their mind
The biggest survey puts No in lead with 52 per cent of vote
Comes as both sides of debate launched last-ditch bids to sway undecideds
Rousing speeches from both campaigns heralded final day of campaigning
Alex Salmond promised roaring crowds ‘the opportunity of a lifetime’
Gordon Brown implored No voters to ‘Have confidence in saying No’
More than 90 per cent of Scottish voters expected to turn out today

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