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Dalai Lama visit to Kumbh off due to security reasons

The proposed visit of Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama to the Mahakumbh congregation at Allahabad has been cancelled due to security reasons, a senior Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader said said on Sunday.

Dalai Lama visit to Kumbh off due to security reasons
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Burma resumes peace talks with KIO in China, along with charter row

The Government of Myanmar (Burma) has welcomed peace gesture proposed in the statement issued by KIO’s Central Committee on February 1, 2013, as per Press Release (6/2013) of its Information Team via the state-run newspapers on 2 February.

Burma resumes peace talks with KIO in China, along with charter row
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Malala 'stable' after five-hour operations

Malala Yousufzai - Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban is in a stable condition after two operations to reconstruct her skull and restore her hearing.

Malala  'stable' after five-hour operations
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President signs ordinance on crime against women

President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday gave his assent to the Ordinance on sexual assault which was approved by the Union Cabinet two days ago. The changed law comes into force with immediate effect.

President signs ordinance on crime against women
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People talking while wearing blinkers!

Hillary Clinton has said that the world is a safer place, in her farewell address to State department staff on her last day as America’s top diplomat.

People talking while wearing blinkers!
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Maxwell bags million-dollar deal, while stars ignored at IPL 6 auction

Little-known Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell was the only million-dollar buy in a low-key IPL players' auction where franchises opted to put their money on unheralded names instead of established stars, most of whom went unsold on Sunday.

Maxwell bags million-dollar deal, while stars ignored at IPL 6 auction
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Unity among communities and religious harmony vital for country’s development – Mahinda Rajapaksa

Sri Lanka President emphasized the urgent need for unity among the communities and religious harmony as vital factors for the development of the country.

Unity among communities and religious harmony vital for country’s  development – Mahinda Rajapaksa
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