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USA and Russia agree to new peace plan for Syria

At the outset, one point as a clarity should be mentioned straightaway here. The terror wars targeting energy rich Arab world launched by USA and its NATO, jointly or separately have not wound down as USA is seriously considering a permanent war to impose the prowess of its militarism on the world. USA and NATO only used Afghanistan and Pakistan with blessings form Saudi kingdom in order to legitimize its permanent war by extending, as per its plan, the terror wars into Arab world and control oil production and sale.

USA and Russia agree to new peace plan for Syria
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Shirdi Temple Plans ‘Sai Ambulance’, Voluntary Service

The Shirdi Sai Baba Temple management plans to launch “Sai Ambulance” service across Maharashtra in order to provide medical facilities to rural and remote areas of the state. To begin with 500 ambulances would be made available and the service will be run through local NGOs.

Shirdi Sai Baba
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David Cameron’s Shock Resignation

With a shocking resignation from the House of Commons, David Cameron, the former British Prime Minister, effectively put up his political epitaph yesterday, which took everyone, apart from those in the inner circle, by surprise.

David Cameron’s Shock Resignation
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Tamil Ratna Award Presented to Subramanian Swamy

America Tamil Sangam presented its highest honor - Tamil Ratna- on Senior BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Subramanian Swamy at a glittering function held in New York on Saturday.

Tamil Ratna Award Presented to Subramanian Swamy
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More & More Women Take Up To Drinking Beer – President Laments

President Maithripala Sirisena lamented over the fact that an increasing number of Sri Lankan women were taking to drinking beer even though it was heartening to see a decline in the smoking habit.

More & More Women Take Up To Drinking Beer – President Laments
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Malaysian Police to provide security for Sri Lankan envoy

Malaysian Police have increased security measures for Sri Lanka’s High Commissioner to Malaysia after he was assaulted at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) earlier this month.

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar
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