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  1. Rahul Gandhi to visit KeralaRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    Taking forward his proactive role, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi would undertake a two-day trip to Kerala next week, during which he is scheduled to meet fishermen and rubber growers. Gandhi, who would visit the state on May 26-27, would begin the Kerala visit by addressing a youth Congress rally on May 26 evening in Calicut city.

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  2. Top 3 Honeymoon Destinations in IndiaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - May 22, 2015 - BANGALORE, India -- Its very difficult for couples to get the best honeymoon destination in India because there are multiple choices present in India if we talk about the honeymoon spots.These spots undoubtedly attracts couples not from India but also from other countries and the reason is,its flawless beauty and exclusiveness.

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  3. Opinion: The Salman ExceptionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Two significant events relevant to the issue of undertrials have occurred in the past few weeks. The first was a Supreme Court order drawing attention to the plight of 2.78 lakh undertrials in Indian jails.

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  4. ATS seeks custody of - Maoist' Muralidharan to conduct DNA testRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    The state anti-terrorism squad told the Bombay High Court on Thursday that they want to conduct the DNA test of alleged Maoist leader K Muralidharan alias Thomas Joseph Alias Ajith, who was arrested, along with his aide Ismail Hamaza Chiragpilli alias James Mathew, from Talegaon Dabhade on May 8. ATS had also launched a search for Sanjay Deepak Rao , who helped Ajith and Ismail settle down in Maharashtra. Named as wanted accused in this case, Sanjay Rao is suspected to be the same man who was earlier arrested in three cases in Nandurbar on charges of sedition.

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  5. India Will Relaunch First Domestic Carrier Vikrant Next Week, More Money Approved for Second Carrier - USNI NewsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | U.S. Naval Institute

    India's long-delayed carrier is set to enter the water next week while the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi government has approved more money for development of the second indigenous carrier, according to local press reports. The 40,000-ton INS Vikrant is set to launch from the Cochin Shipyard in the southwest on May 28 following a dry dock period after the initial launch ceremony of the ship in 2013.

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  6. Rights group: Qatar making little progress on labor reformsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    In this May 3, 2015, file photo taken during a government organized media tour, Kuttamon Chembadnan Velayi from Kerala, India, speaks to journalists while sitting on his bed in a room he shares with seven other Indian laborers in Doha, Qatar. Amnesty International said Thursday, May 21, that Qatar is failing to deliver on reforms for its low-paid migrant workers a year after the wealthy Gulf nation announced plans to improve conditions for laborers building its highways, hotels, stadiums and skyscrapers.

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  7. Chadwell Heath murders: Devastated cousin tells of tragic family's 'issues'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Romford Recorder

    Shighi Rethish, Rethishkumar Pullarkattil and daughters Niya and Neha, who were found dead at the family home in Chadwell Heath However, Nithin Sasi, 33, from Thrissur in Kerala, India, who grew up with Havering Council social worker Shighi Rethiskumar, 37, said he could not have predicted his cousin's death. Shighi and her twin daughters Neha and Niya, 13, were found strangled at their home in Juniper Court, off Grove Road, Chadwell Heath, last week.

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  8. The worldwide webRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Economist

    PART OF THE secret of China's success in the past four decades or so has been the clever use of its diaspora. Chinese manufacturers in Hong Kong who had long supplied American partners moved to the mainland and set up factories.

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  9. Centre puts bombs before birdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, May 20: The Narendra Modi government has granted the military permission to test missiles targeting four ecologically fragile islands in the Andaman and Nicobar group in the Bay of Bengal, junking a UPA policy derisively known as "birds-over-bombs". Environmental organisations such as the Nature Conservation Foundation, Mysore, claim the islands are home to a variety of flora and fauna.

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  10. SAI trainees suicide attempt: NHRC issues notice to Kerala govt and Sports Authority of IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Merinews

    The National Human Rights Commission has taken cognizance of a complaint as well as various telephone calls requesting intervention of the Commission into the incident in Alappuzha, Kerala in which one of the female trainees of Sports Authority of India hostel committed suicide on the 7th May, 2015. According to a release by NHRC, the Commission has observed that the unfortunate incident has given rise to serious allegations about violation of human rights.

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  11. Moevenpick announces an extensive growth programme across Asia.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 4 Hoteliers

    Mvenpick Hotels & Resorts announced an extensive growth programme in Thailand and across Asia at the Asia Pacific Hotel Investment Conference 2015 held in Bangkok, the Swiss hospitality firm plans to add seven hotels to its Asia portfolio over the next three years for a total of 15 hotels and resorts in the region. Making their move: Mvenpick's South East Asian A-Team: Jens Reichert, Vice President Development; Holger Jakobs, Vice President Sales & Marketing Asia; and Simon P. Rindlisbacher, Mvenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok General Manage.

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  12. Chadwell Heath murders: Mum's cousin pays tribute to 'ambitious sister'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Romford Recorder

    Shighi Rethish, Rethishkumar Pullarkattil and daughters Niya and Neha, who were found dead at the family home in Chadwell Heath The cousin of woman who was found dead at her home along with her daughters admitted the family had "issues". But Nithin Sasi, 33, from Thrissur in Kerala, India, who grew up with Havering Council social worker Shighi Rethiskumar, 37, said he could not have predicted his cousin's death.

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  13. Pilot busted for drinking before a flight for 3rd timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    It's bad enough when you see a drunk passenger in the airport, stumbling his or her way through to the departure gate on unsteady legs. But when it's the pilot who's been overserved , it's downright terrifying.

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  14. Chadwell Heath murders: Community leader says family were 'happy all the time'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Romford Recorder

    ... scene after a suspected murder Babu, who heads the group for the Malayalee community - those who hail from Kerala, India - said that the family were "happy all the time". He said: "We have gatherings during the year for Christmas and Onam [a ...

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  15. Sansui launches futuristic TVs; to spend Rs 80 crore on marketingRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Indian Television

    MUMBAI: Sansui, a leading Japanese consumer electronics brand in India, launched its advanced Curve 4K Ultra HD LED TV today. The new range which is part of Sansui's robust plans of expanding its premium TVs product portfolio, was unveiled by Sansui's partners and defending champions, Kolkata Knight Riders team players Gautam Gambhir, Yusuf Pathan, and Shakib Al Hasan.

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  16. Higher education provides more opportunities for students: Principal SecretaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Star of Mysore

    Caption: Principal Secretary of Higher Education Department Bharat Lal Meena is seen inaugurating the one-day workshop on 'Accelerating Gross Enrollment Ratio in Education: Challenges and Issues,' jointly organised by Karnataka State Higher Education Council and KSOU at the Cauvery Auditorium of KSOU in city yesterday. Also seen are KSOU Registrar Prof.

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  17. Centre likely to kick off strategic sales with ITDC hotelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Express India

    The tourism ministry is in the process of moving a Cabinet note soon on strategic disinvestment of ITDC hotels. The three-way plan being proposed is: complete outsourcing through Operation and Maintenance contract; long-term lease; and complete disinvestment.

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  18. Dance of the Spirits; Explore the mystic world of forbidden secrets - Published by Notion PressRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | PR Log

    ... hidden meanings, motivations and secrets of Theyyam, a magico-religious ritual native to the Malabar region of Kerala, India. The book is an outcome of many years of on-ground research and brings out socio-cultural asymmetries that characterized ...

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  19. 'Make in India' campaign gets a push from Yogawear brandRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Fibre2Fashion

    Bangalore based startup, Proyog, see themselves as the flag bearers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' campaign. It will soon launch a global yoga wear brand designed, developed and manufactured entirely in India.

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  20. Superpower struggles: India's science testRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Nature

    India is one of the leading nations in wind power and it has ambitious goals for increasing solar power over the next decade. With her jeans, T-shirt and spirited attitude, Tapasya Srivastava could pass for a student as she works in her brightly lit cancer-biology lab on the University of Delhi South Campus.

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