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  • Massive Tremors Felt in Delhi, Other Parts of North India
    Massive tremors have been felt in many parts of northern India.






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  • PM Narendra Modi Travels by Delhi Metro, Tweets 'Really Enjoyed the Ride'
    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today travelled by the Delhi Metro from Dhaula Kuan in south west Delhi to Dwarka in west Delhi.






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  • US Seeks 'Clarification' on India's Crackdown on Ford Foundation, Greenpeace
    The United States has expressed concern over India's crackdown on Ford Foundation and Greenpeace, and said it is seeking "clarification" on the action.






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  • 1 Shot Dead, 1 Injured as Violence Hits West Bengal Civic Polls
    One person was shot dead while another suffered a bullet injury in Burdwan and North 24 Parganas districts as voting began in 91 municipalities across West Bengal today.






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  • Lush Green Lawns in Thirsty California. No Water Required.
    Some homeowners in California have installed fake grass to cut back on water use, though several environmental groups object.






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  • 'Barack Obama's Visit to India Was Historic': US Deputy National Security Advisor
    President Barack Obama had a historic visit to India early this year as part of his efforts to deepen America's partnership with India in the Asia Pacific region, a presidential aide has said.






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  • Bruce Jenner Says He Identifies as a Woman
    Bruce Jenner, the Olympic gold medalist and member of the Kardashian family, ended months of speculation Friday night in announcing during an ABC television special that he identifies as a woman.






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  • Man Flew Drone Onto Japanese Leader's Roof in Nuclear Protest
    The police have arrested a man who said he flew a small drone carrying trace amounts of radioactive material onto the roof of the prime minister's office in Tokyo to protest Japan's nuclear policy, Ja...






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  • 91 Civic Bodies Go to Polls Across West Bengal Amid Heightened Security
    91 civic bodies go to poll today across West Bengal amidst heightened security after violence was reported during Kolkata Corporation elections that were held on April 18.






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  • Starbucks 'Gives Away' Drinks After US System Outage
    There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but fear not because there was free coffee supposedly going at Starbucks in North America on Friday after a major computer glitch.






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  • Pakistani Human Rights Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
    Gunmen shot dead a Pakistani human rights activist on Friday after she hosted a talk on the politics of Baluchistan province, where security forces are fighting a separatist insurgency, police and ass...






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  • IPL 2015 RR v RCB Highlights: Kohli, De Villiers Help Bangalore Thrash Rajasthan by 9 Wickets
    Royal Challengers Bangalore beat Rajasthan Royals by 9 wickets in the Indian Premier League. Catch all the highlights.






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  • IPL 2015: Royal Challengers Bangalore Thump Table-Toppers Rajasthan Royals
    After Mitchell Starc's three wickets restricted Rajasthan Royals to 130/9, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers combined to help Royal Challengers Bangalore a nine-wicket win.






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  • Salman Khurshid Acts in 'Kal Ho Na Ho' Music Video, Courtesy German Embassy
    German Ambassador to India Michael Steiner paid tribute to the soft power of Bollywood by making his acting debut in a video on Shah Rukh Khan-Saif Ali Khan-starrer 2003 romantic drama 'Kal Ho Naa Ho'...






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  • 'Will Match Kejriwal's Apology With My Own. Now Bring My Son Back.'
    An apology offered in Delhi by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was followed by leaders from his Aam Aadmi Party driving through the dusty streets of Dausa to the small home of Gajendra Singh, the farme...






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  • Kashmiri Separatists Call for Shutdown on Saturday to Protest Masarat Alam's Detention Under Public Safety Act
    Kashmiri separatists have called for shutdown on Saturday in the valley against the detention of hardliner leader Masarat Alam under the Public Safety Act, a law that will allow the state to keep him ...
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  • Row Over GST: Key Reform Measure in Trouble as Opposition Protests in Parliament
    Opposition lawmakers, including Congress president Sonia Gandhi, walked out of the Lok Sabha on Friday in protest against the government's move to hold a discussion on the Goods and Services Tax or GS...






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  • 'Whose Case is It?' Argued Mumbai Cops for Hours After 5-Year-old's Rape
    A five-year-old girl who was allegedly raped in Mumbai on Tuesday was kept waiting for hours as policemen of two districts argued over who should take the case.






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  • British PM David Cameron's Party Woos Indian-Origin Voters with Hindi Song
    Britain's Conservative Party has launched a new campaign song in Hindi aimed at wooing Indian-origin voters in the run up to the May 7 general elections.
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  • 2 Indians Awarded for Saving Toddler Dangling From Balcony in Singapore
    Two Indian nationals in Singapore have been hailed as heroes and commended for saving a dangling toddler stuck between the rails on a parapet of a second floor apartment block.






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