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Row erupts over R-Day ad on Constitution without secular word
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"Nothing wrong in demand for deletion of 'secular'

New Delhi, Jan 28 (PTI) Hitting back at Congress over the Republic Day advertisement row, a senior Union minister today said leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru and B R Ambedkar were "more intelligent" than the present day Congress leaders and did not ... Press Trust of India, 19 minutes ago
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Poll code violation: Rampur court stays Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi's conviction

A Rampur court on Wednesday granted bail to Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi in a case related to unlawful assembly, wrongful restrain and wrongful confinement.
 Times of India4 hours ago Union Minister Naqvi gets one-year jail in prohibitory orders violation case  Jagran Post2 weeks ago Prohibitory orders violation case: Naqvi gets one-year jail  Money Control2 weeks ago Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi convicted for poll code violation; gets bail  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Have done no wrong, won't resign as MP, says Shashi Tharoor on being quizzed in Sunanda death case

Caught in the web of the investigation in the death of her wife Sunanda Pushkar, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor has hit out at the media and a section of his own party which has been demanding his resignation. Firmly defending himself, the senior Congress leader ...
 IBN Live13 hours ago Sunanda Pushkar murder: I have done no wrong, so won't resign as MP, says Shashi Tharoor  Oneindia1 hour ago Shashi Tharoor is questioned, sticks to his stand  Asian Age1 week ago Sunanda Pushkar case: Shashi Tharoor grilled by SIT  DNA1 week ago
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Australian dollar surges as data deflate chances of near-term easing

The Australian dollar shot up one full cent to $0.8010 as a key measure of underlying inflation wrong-footed speculators who had shorted the currency.
 Economic Times12 hours ago

Bear safety on wrong track

In a move that has alarmed wildlife experts, the National Board for Wildlife has cleared the proposal of laying double railway tracks in the Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC), cutting through Balaram Sanctuary which is known for its sloth bear and leopard ...
 Times of India19 hours ago
ABP Live

Women: What Barack Obama Got Right And Many Conservatives Get Wrong

In his State of the Union speech last week President Obama proposed a $500 tax credit for the second earning spouse and a much more liberal child care tax credit. So what's wrong with that? Nothing. In fact if you believe in supply side tax ...
 Forbes.com1 day ago Bad Bromance: Obama Follows Wrong Cameron on Twitter  RIA Novosti1 day ago President Obama following wrong David Cameron on Twitter!  24Dunia20 hours ago ​Bro fail: Twitter faux pas as Obama follows wrong David Cameron  Russia Today5 days ago
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WA Today

Are we thinking about fitness wrong? A philosopher weighs in.

It's mid-January, and you may feel like a fitness failure. Join the gym, find a yoga class or lose 10 pounds? Not a chance. Go from couch to 5K? Still on the couch. Achieve that feeling of euphoria your friends say they get after SoulCycle? ...
 Denver Post1 day ago You're thinking about fitness all wrong  WA Today1 day ago
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Daily Times

Pakistan cricket once again in news for all the wrong reasons

LAHORE: Ahead of World Cup 2015 Down Under, Pakistan cricket is facing yet another problem and is back in the news for all the wrong reasons, as usual. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) offered 3-month long contracts which the players have rejected.
 Daily Times1 day ago 'Binny will prove his critics wrong at World Cup'  Business Standard2 weeks ago 'Binny will prove his critics wrong at World Cup'  Zee News2 weeks ago 'Stuart Binny will prove his critics wrong at World Cup'  One India2 weeks ago
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PTI - BJP-CONG - "Wrong" to interpret Obama's religious freedom remarks on NDA govt: BJP

BJP-CONG - "Wrong" to interpret Obama's religious freedom remarks on NDA govt: BJP Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Jan 27 (PTI) BJP today said that it would be "wrong" to interpret that US President Barack Obama talked of religious ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 day ago "Wrong" to interpret Obama's religious freedom remarks on NDA go  News Today6 hours ago Wrong to interpret Barack Obama's religious freedom remarks on National Democractic Alliance government: Bharatiya Janata Party  Financial Express16 hours ago 'Wrong' to interpret Obama's religious freedom remarks on NDA: BJP  MSN News22 hours ago
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Kejriwal enlisted wrong residence address because he wanted to be an elector from Delhi: Kiran Walia

+ New Delhi, Jan 27 (ANI): Congress leader Kiran Walia on Tuesday alleged that AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal has been giving his wrong residence address because he wished to become an elector from Delhi. She added that he has committed a fraud by ...
 International Business Times India1 day ago Bedi sends notice to AAP over ad row  Deccan Herald16 hours ago ‘AAP govt was nightmare, Kejriwal U-turn specialist’  Asian Age1 week ago Janata Parivar wants AAP to take on BJP in Delhi  Deccan Herald1 week ago
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