I don’t know why, but I’m very happy: Soha Ali Khan opens up about her … – IBNLive


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I don't know why, but I'm very happy: Soha Ali Khan opens up about her ...
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Mumbai: Soha Ali Khan is one happy woman after her engagement to her long-time beau Kunal Khemu. She's in fact disappointed to realise that she's "quite a traditionalist" as she always thought a "social sanction" to her relationship was not needed.

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Gaza conflict: Hamas denies holding Israeli soldier – BBC News


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Gaza conflict: Hamas denies holding Israeli soldier
BBC News
Hamas says it does not know the whereabouts of an Israeli soldier it had been accused of capturing in Gaza. The Islamist group's military wing says it lost contact with some fighters in the area and that they and Hadar Goldin, 23, may have been killed.
Israel looks for missing soldier; Hamas says he may have been killedReuters
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For Hamas kidnapping isn't a win, only a bargaining chipHaaretz
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Rescue workers lose hope of India landslide survivors – The Nation


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Rescue workers lose hope of India landslide survivors
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MALIN, India, : Rescue workers were losing hope Friday of finding survivors amid the mud and debris from a major landslide in western India, where 150 people are feared to have been killed. Sixty bodies and eight survivors have now been pulled from the ...
Maharashtra landslide toll touches 50Firstpost
Malin tragedy: Heavy rain hampering recovery of bodiesTimes of India
The village devastated by a deadly landslide in IndiaBBC News
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Ebola Virus Is Outpacing Efforts to Control It, World Health Body Warns – New York Times


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Ebola Virus Is Outpacing Efforts to Control It, World Health Body Warns
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Disinfectant is used in an attempt to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus at a government building in Monrovia, Liberia. Credit Abbas Dulleh/Associated Press. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story. Continue reading the main story ...
American who died of Ebola considered a turning point in fight against epidemicWashington Post
outbreak instills terror in West African familiesLos Angeles Times
Ebola crisis: Virus spreading too fast, says WHOBBC News
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Why India stood firm at WTO trade talks, what happens next – Hindustan Times


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Why India stood firm at WTO trade talks, what happens next
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Plans to kickstart a global initiative to ease customs rules across nations came unstuck on Thursday as India stood firm on its stand not to support the World Trade Organization's (WTO's) trade facilitation agreement (TFA) if it weren't bundled with a roadmap for ...
India stands tough in face of WTO pressureDaily News & Analysis
World Trade Organisation bigwigs blocking bid for a balanced dealEconomic Times
India's stand on WTO puts into doubt its credibility:Business Standard
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India stands tough in face of WTO pressure – Daily News & Analysis


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India stands tough in face of WTO pressure
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In a rare show of spine, India refused to bow to international pressure and did not sign an agreement at the World Trade Organisation meet in Geneva while back in India, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told US secretary of state John Kerry that "developed ...
India's veto at WTO shocks worldDeccan Chronicle
Modi drives WTO bargain with KerryCalcutta Telegraph
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E-rickshaws ply in Delhi despite high court ban – Times of India


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E-rickshaws ply in Delhi despite high court ban
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NEW DELHI: A day after the Delhi high court ordered a ban on e-rickshaws, the vehicles plied on Friday in large numbers in the capital even as a police crackdown continued. Though fewer in number, the rickshaws were seen in numerous areas including ...
Delhi: Cops' crackdown, hassled commuters mark day one of e-rickshaw banHindustan Times
Over 300 e-rickshaws impounded by policeThe Asian Age
BJP, Congress delegations meet Najeeb Jung over e-rickshaw row in DelhiFirstpost
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Amma brand gets bigger, now cooperative outlets take Amma tag – Times of India


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Amma brand gets bigger, now cooperative outlets take Amma tag
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CHENNAI: The Amma brand in Tamil Nadu is getting bigger each day. After Amma canteens, vegetable outlets, drinking water and pharmacies, the government would set up Amma Amudam outlets to sell groceries and other essential commodities across the ...
Express India's displeasure: JayalalithaaDeccan Chronicle
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After Sri Lankan net affront, angry J Jayalalithaa writes to Narendra ModiEconomic Times
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Rajesh Khanna’s ‘live-in partner’ tells Bombay high court she won’t press for will … – Daily News & Analysis


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Rajesh Khanna's 'live-in partner' tells Bombay high court she won't press for will ...
Daily News & Analysis
Anita Advani, who has claimed to be the live-in partner of late superstar Rajesh Khanna, on Friday informed the Bombay high court that she would not press for documents related to the actor's will until Monday. The statement was made during the hearing of ...
Fighting over Rajesh Khanna's houseBusiness Standard
Twinkle seeks to stall Anita bid on Khanna willFree Press Journal
Twinkle opposes Bombay high court order to give Rajesh Khanna's will copy to ...Times of India
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Australians take part in search for more human remains from MH17 crash site – Sydney Morning Herald


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Australians take part in search for more human remains from MH17 crash site
Sydney Morning Herald
At last, after weeks of frustration for investigators and emotional pain for families and friends of the 298 passengers and crew lost in the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, the wheat and sunflower fields of eastern Ukraine on Friday took on the appearance ...
Experts recover more MH17 remains, despite deadly clashesIrish Times
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