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  • Rangasamy is Pudhuchery CM

    Puduchery,May16 (): 61-year old Rangasamy, chief of All India NR Congress, was administered oath of office by Lt Governor Iqbal Singh at the Raj Nivas here, making him the 18th Chief Minister of the tiny Union Territory of Pudhuchery. No other ministers were sworn in along with Rangasamy who had earlier headed Congress Governments from…

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  • NDA to parade Karnataka MLA’s before President

    New Delhi, May16 (): The NDA has strongly condemned the action of Governor of Karnataka in sending a report to the Central government. “The governor’s conduct is partisan. It defies all constitutional norms and principles. There is absolutely no doubt that the Yeddyurappa government enjoys an overwhelming majority in the Assembly,” senior BJP leader Arun…

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  • Mother India to be run by Women Power?

    The elections to the Indian states have brought the women power to the center stage. Ms. Mamata Baneree is set to become the Chief Minister of West Bengal by defeating a three decade Communist regime. Ms. Jayalalithaa will be the Chief Minster of Tamil nadu. She defeated DMK, a regional rival which is a partner…

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  • Obama to shun famed Guinness beer during Ireland visit

    London, May 12 (ANI): There will be no picture of US President Barack Obama lifting a pint of Irish Guinness to celebrate his arrival in the land of his forefathers, Ireland. According to the Daily Mail, White House security staff are taking no risks when Obama arrives in Ireland later this month, and that includes…

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  • 700 applications received from PoK militants to return home: Abdullah

    Srinagar, May 9 (ANI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday said the government has received nearly 700 applications from local militants in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), who are willing to give up violence and rejoin the mainstream. “The response to the rehabilitation policy (for militants in PoK) has been better than expected….

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  • One of earliest minerals formed in solar system found in Africa

    Washington, May 7(ANI): A team of scientists has claimed the discovery of a new mineral krotite, one of the earliest minerals formed in our solar system. It is the main component of an unusual inclusion embedded in a meteorite (NWA 1934), found in northwest Africa. These objects, known as refractory inclusions, are thought to be…

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