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Seemingly unfazed at being ousted from the Asian Athletics Association, scam-tainted Suresh Kalmadi on Monday said losing the presidential re-election bid to Qatar’s Dahlan Jumaan Al-Hamad has actually given him a chance to work at the “grassroots” level.
“I have no issues today and I congratulate Mr Al-Hamad for being elected as President. I am rather relieved that I will be able to work at the grassroots level in athletics,” Mr. Kalmadi said after losing the vote during the ongoing AAA Congress in Pune.


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Modi to Rahul: Reveal names of youth in touch with ISI or apologise
Friday - Oct 25, 2013, 06:12pm

Narendra Modi on Friday attacked Rahul Gandhi for saying that ISI was in touch with Muslim youth of Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar and asked him to reveal the identity of such persons or apologise publicly for levelling “serious allegations” and “defaming” the entire community.

Seventeen killed as heavy rains wreak havoc in Andhra
Manmohan’s offer to face CBI in coal scam "meaningless": Prakash Javadekar
Obama fell prey to Indian propaganda, says Hafiz Saeed
Snowden documents reveal US snooped on 35 global leaders
Chinese court upholds life sentence for Bo Xilai
SC awards Rs. 5.96 cr compensation in medical negligence case
BJP far removed from concerns of poor: Rahul Gandhi
Obama says 'no' to Sharif on Kashmir, nuclear parity
Aarushi case: Plea to summon journalist, CBI officer rejected
   
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SC to hear Campa Cola illegal flats case Jan 6
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:32pm
The Supreme Court Tuesday said it would hear Jan 6 the plea by Campa Cola Society flat owners seeking the recall of its earlier order asking them to vacate the flats built in violation of the sanctioned plan.
Government must rethink on jurisdiction of Lokpal: Jaitley
Balbir Punj alleges Congress of encouraging SP to disrupt Parliament when Lokpal Bill is presented
Lokpal Bill: Kamal Nath, Narayanasamy meet Rahul Gandhi
Sonia assures Tuki about taking up demand for Autonomous District Councils
Modi has no right to be upset over Ramesh's remarks: Ali Anwar
Indian student on top of the world Down Under
PM releases postage stamp on former Punjab CM Beant Singh
Evolve ways to reduce energy consumption: Mukherjee to scientists
Dense fog envelops Delhi, hits rail, air traffic
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Pak Taliban tells govt. to ‘practise what it preaches” following failed peace initiative
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:01pm
Pakistani Taliban spokesman Shahidullah Shahid has slammed the government for their inability to establish peace in the nation by saying “Let them practise what they preach.”
UNSC expresses grave concern over Libya's deteriorating security situation
Jagdambika Pal takes on Kejriwal for meeting Tauqeer Raza Khan
Nigerians living on photocopies of passports: Parrikar
Akhilesh paying lip service to riot victims: BJP
UPA holding back funds for Uttar Pradesh: SP
Rajiv Shukla pulls up Modi, says‘PM aspirant should stop fighting with everyone’
Digvijay Singh has lost his‘mental balance’: M G Vaidya
Tight security for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s Pune rally today
Israel releases 26 Palestinian prisoners
   
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Japanese fashion brand expands its reach in Asia
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:27pm
Japan’s fashion brands are now expanding their market base, especially in the Asian continent.
Parikh recommends Rs 5/litre hike in diesel prices,Rs 250 per cylinder hike in LPG
Israel releases 26 Palestinian prisoners
Deadly storm hits Russia
SC refuses to pass order allowing Subrata Roy to go abroad
Saudi Arabia urged to free journalist
Govt hikes tariff value on imported gold
2,227 killed in US drone strikes in Pakistan: Minister
Pistorius to face gun charges
Modi to meet Patna blast victims
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WACA may never host a Test match again
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:27pm
The WACA Ground may never again host a Test match.
Mickey Arthur says age problems still remain in team
Roma held to 2-2 draw by AC Milan in Serie A
Boycott rebukes 'selfish' KP after Ashes defeat
Warne and Liz Hurley call it quits
Man City drawn to face Barca in round of 16 in Champions League
Glenn Hoddle willing to become Tottenham manager for second time
Andrew Strauss tells Cook to behave like captain, stop treating teammates as close friends
Murray wants to repay British support with Australian Open success
Misbah confident 'under pressure' Pakistan will defeat Lanka in UAE ODI series
   
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Paparazzi ordered to stay away from Harry Styles
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:18pm
A British High Court judge has ordered paparazzi to stay away from Harry Styles. 
Gisele Bundchen does yoga in bikini with son
Barbra Streisand not ready to write autobiography for now
Beyonce breaks iTunes sales records with 828,773 album copies sold in 3 days
Miley Cyrus opens up about split with ex-beau Liam Hemsworth
Fifty Shades` star Jamie Dornan`s wife gives birth to baby boy
Paul Walker`s death certificate reveals traumatic and thermal injuries as cause of death
`Honky-tonk` country music icon Ray Price dies at 87
Pooja Chopra avoids link ups
Parikh recommends Rs 5/litre hike in diesel prices,Rs 250 per cylinder hike in LPG
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How `flowing traffic like huddle` protects emperor penguins in harsh weather
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 04:23pm
A new study has found that male emperor penguins use movements that resemble flowing traffic on a congested road to maintain their body heat during harsh Antarctic winter, when temperatures can dip to minus 50 degree Celsius and wind speeds reach 200 km/hr.
Protein breakthrough brings `universal` flu vaccine closer to reality
Commercial version of Aakash 2 tablet goes on sale in UK for 30 pounds
Early Polynesians may have been first `computer scientists` in 1500 AD
Researchers propose path for newly discovered class of millisecond pulsars’ formation
Four degree temperature rise may stop plants from soaking up CO2
Patients in a vegetative state may be able to recognize loved ones
Giant asteroid Vesta`s hidden attractions revealed
Failed stars near Sun could harbor planet
Cat domestication traced to `Chinese farms 5,300 years ago`
   
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Jagdambika Pal takes on Kejriwal for meeting Tauqeer Raza Khan
Wednesday - Nov 06, 2013, 05:10pm
New Delhi -  Congress leader Jagdambika Pal on Wednesday criticised Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal for meeting controversial cleric Tauqeer Raza Khan, who had issued a fatwa against Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen. “As today Arvind Kejriwal called Tauqeer Raza Khan in its campaign so it might be possible that he would call Baba Ramdev tomorrow for its campaign, so what is the difference between BJP and AAP,” said Jagdambika Pal. Amid political controversy, Kejriwal on Tuesday clarified that by meeting with Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan, he was not playing any communal card ahead of the assembly elections. “I want to clear one thing first. I went to offer... more The post Jagdambika Pal takes on Kejriwal for meeting Tauqeer Raza Khan appeared first on IndiaVision News and Information.
Nigerians living on photocopies of passports: Parrikar
Akhilesh paying lip service to riot victims: BJP
UPA holding back funds for Uttar Pradesh: SP
Rajiv Shukla pulls up Modi, says‘PM aspirant should stop fighting with everyone’
Digvijay Singh has lost his‘mental balance’: M G Vaidya
Tight security for Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s Pune rally today
Modi to meet Patna blast victims
Delhi election candidates by Oct 31: BJP
Patna blasts an act of terror: Rajnath Singh
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World Bank urged to redefine life expectancy to include first crucial nine months in fetus
Saturday - Oct 26, 2013, 05:59pm
A recent public health report has urged the World Bank to redefine life expectancy starting from the time of conception and not the time of birth, as the unborn individual was quite susceptible to risks inside the mother’s womb.
China's free cancer tests benefit rural women
Health situation in Syria continues to deteriorate: WHO
Fit pregnant women give birth to healthier babies: Study
Mum’s anxiety and depression rubs off adversely on children
Uterine fibroids affect women’s workplace performance and life quality
Popping aspirin daily could be hazardous for healthy people
Fat ain't fit: Obesity a health hazard
Cuba to develop two cholera vaccines
Pakistan observes World Polio Day
   
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Empowering Delhi's underprivileged with education
Saturday - Oct 26, 2013, 01:13pm
Mahendra, 21, lives in one of the countless slums in and around Delhi. His father is a gardener and his mother a housemaid. Though passionate about computers and technology, the young man could only fantasise about becoming a software engineer - till a Delhi NGO made him realise his dream.
Assam students call on President
Himachal now lacks mechanism to check private varsities
President to host conference of NIT directors
EADS to fund aerospace research in India
Bihar's Super 30 in British varsity's case study
Little known: Panjab University's big contribution to science
Indian curriculum should encourage research, innovation: President
Beijing mulls downplaying English in college entrance
'China values educational development, lifelong learning'
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Telltale signs of middle age revealed
Tuesday - Dec 17, 2013, 03:46pm
From losing touch with technology to growing ear hair, a new survey has revealed some telltale signs of middle age that will help you determine if you are past your younger days.
Obama orders‘review of spy operations’
Iran can make N-bomb‘fairly quickly’: Israeli intelligence
Ex-Thai PM to file lawsuit against public prosecutor
Tiananmen crash a suicide attack, 2 suspects identified: China Police
Delhi election candidates by Oct 31: BJP
Egypt’s court withdraws from Muslim Brotherhood chief’s trial
Syria’s chemical attack ability `limited` after OPCW destroys after key equipment
Al-Shabaab fast becoming `extended hand of al-Qaida` in Somalia
Pak accountability court re-opens six corruption cases against Zardari
   
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Irrfan, Jahnu Barua to spread India's magic at ADFF
Thursday - Oct 24, 2013, 02:38pm
Irrfan Khan and Jahnu Barua will represent the country at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival (ADFF), which will celebrate 100 years of the $2-billion Indian movie industry as part of its special programme this year.
Saudi Arabia to `step away` from US over no action on Iran, Syria
UAE telecom body partner in media summit
Saudi Arabia rejects UN seat
UAE n-body official patron of World Energy Council
Twelve UAE beaches awarded by World Wildlife Fund
Indian education provider to invest $500 mn in UAE
Dr. Moopen's Foundation launches "Healing Touch" - Khidma Medical Centre in Kannur City
Dubai to test drivers with tablet devices
UAE seeks knowledge-based economy, says daily
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