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Hindu Rights Organization condemns India's support for gay marriages March 28, 2015 19:05

A major Hindu rights organization here has denounced India’s decision to support the United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon’s decision to extend benefits to lesbian couples and gay couples working at the multilateral organization.Earlier this week,…

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Imams come together against ISIS March 28, 2015 17:37

British imams and scholars is looking to "reclaim the Internet" with a new magazine aimed at shifting the conversation and spreading a message of truth. The militant group Islamic State, or ISIS, has pushed online…

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'Everyone will remember me' - Germanwings co-pilot to his ex-girlfriend March 28, 2015 17:27

The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a passenger plane in the French Alps told his girlfriend he was in psychiatric treatment, and that he was planning a spectacular gesture that everyone would remember, the German…

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WiFi in Indian Flights soon March 28, 2015 17:16

Flight passengers of India could in the coming months surf the web while flying, with the government finally warming up to the idea of WiFi - based Internet connections on flights, meeting a longstanding demand…

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Unpaid Sweepers brought traffic to halt in East Delhi March 28, 2015 15:50

The common man became a casualty of sanitation workers' fight for salary dues on Friday. Sweepers dumped garbage on all the major roads in east Delhi, hindering traffic and filling the air with a stench.While…

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After SC scrapped 66 A, Sec 67 lands an IT prof in prison March 28, 2015 14:49

The Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down Section 66A of Information Technology Act saying the clause struck at the root of liberty and freedom of expression. It, however, does not mean that sending abusive messages…

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Sureshbhai Patel assault, US cop indicted March 28, 2015 13:11

US police officer, accused of using excessive force against a 57-year-old Indian leaving him partially paralysed, has been indicted on federal civil rights violation charges. "A federal grand jury indicted Eric Parker, the police officer…

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Mysterious Pigeon was seen with a chip and Arabic script March 28, 2015 11:25

A pigeon carrying suspicious electronic chip and a ring with code was seen by a guard in Gujarat near Indo-Pak border. The incident, apparently linked to terrorist or anti-social activists, troubled the police, forest, coast…

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Students in UK worked in sex trade March 28, 2015 10:36

According to a new study, one in 20 students in the UK has worked in the sex industry while studying at the university to make ends meet. Men were more likely to be involved than…

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Ram Navami Celebrations all over the nation March 27, 2015 19:31

People, especially from Southern part of India has started Ram Navami celebrations at their towns and villages.In South India, the Ram Navami festival carries on for nine days consisting of several elements of ceremony and…

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NITI Aayog to set up working group March 27, 2015 18:23

Newly formed NITI Aayog which has replaced the planning commission will set up a working group to prepare a draft report on how to make implementation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) more effectively by taking…

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Radicalisation in Pakistan a big concern March 27, 2015 17:56

Indian National Security Advisor said that increasing radicalisation in Pakistan is a major concern. “The threat is real and the threat is imminent. There is change in Pakistan and Afghanistan, particularly in Pakistan. The radicalisation…

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