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  1. 'It's always 5 o'clock somewhere'Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    From moss schnapps in Iceland to gut-busting raki in Turkey and homebrew in the Himalayas, he's learned the hard way that tippler's truism: "It's always 5 o'clock somewhere." Maxwell says shining shoes as a kid in the barrooms of South Boston helped prepare him to host Booze Traveler, which debuts this month on the Travel Channel.

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  2. Top diplomat Nisha Biswal to visit India to lay ground work for Barack Obama tripRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | DNA India

    Just hours after the White House confirmed that US President Barack Obama would be travelling to India in January, the State Department on Friday announced that it will send a top diplomat to India next week to lay the ground work for the historic presidential visit. "Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal will travel to New Delhi, India, for internal consultations and bilateral meetings," the State Department said in a statement.

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  3. Indianola woman is a 'citizen of the world'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | North Kitsap Herald

    During her lifetime, Indianola resident Pam Perry has traveled extensively to interesting, exciting and exotic locations around the world. Her parents, Linc and Fredi Perry, were "big travelers", as she puts it.

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  4. Modi's Janakpur-visit not called off, says govtRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Janakpur designated for November 25, 2014, has not been called off, government authorities say. On Thursday, November 20, Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bimalendra Nidhi, through a statement issued the same day, had said that Modi's Janakpur trip had been called off.

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  5. Preparations for SAARC summit complete: Foreign ministerRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    Minister for Foreign Affairs Mahendra Pandey said Friday declared that all preparation work for the upcoming 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Summit had been completed. The summit, attended by heads of government of the eight member-countries, is scheduled to be held in Kathmandu on November 26 and November 27. Organising a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, on Friday, November 21, 2014, Panday said the process for the summit would start on Saturday, November 22, 2014, with 49th Session of the Programming Committee.

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  6. Not aware of Modi's Janakpur trip being called off: Ranjit RaeRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    Ambassador of India to Nepal, Ranjit Rae has said that the Embassy is unaware of the news of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Janakpur-trip being called off. Speaking at an interaction on "18th SAARC Summit: Challenges and Possibilities" organised by Reporter's Club of Nepal on Friday, November 21, 2014, Rae said he was taken by surprise on hearing the news of the cancellation of Modi's slated visits to Janakpur, Lumbini and Muktinath, made public by the Government of Nepal.

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  7. Assistant Secretary of State Nisha Biswal Travels to India, Nepal,...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | State Department

    Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asian Affairs Nisha Biswal will travel to New Delhi, India for internal consultations and bilateral meetings. She will then travel to Kathmandu, Nepal where she will represent the United States as an observer state at the 18th Annual South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Summit.

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  8. Didn't nnub India over Bulletproof car for Summit, says PakistanRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Central Chronicle

    Pakistan has denied rejecting an offer to use an Indian bulletproof limousine for Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif when he visits Nepal next week. "No car was offered by India to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif so there was no question of turning down the offer," the Dawn newspaper's website reported today, citing foreign office spokeswoman Tasneem Asla.

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  9. Indian Prime Minister's slated Janakpur visit cancelledRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Nepalnews.com

    Issuing a statement Thursday, Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Bimalendra Nidhi said that the Embassy of India came forth with the information on cancellation of the visit. In the statement released Thursday, November 20, 2014, Nidhi has criticised the UCPN and the Madheshi parties' for staging protests, at such crucial hour, demanding that the venue for Modi's public address must be Barhabigah and not Janaki Temple.

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  10. TV show Booze Traveler explores global customs connected to drinkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Chronicle Herald

    From moss schnapps in Iceland to gut-busting raki in Turkey and homebrew in the Himalayas, he's learned the hard way that tippler's truism: "It's always 5 o'clock somewhere." Maxwell says shining shoes as a kid in the barrooms of South Boston helped prepare him to host Booze Traveler, which debuts this month on the Travel Channel.

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  11. 'Booze Traveler' host from Southie explores how world drinksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Jack Maxwell drinks for a living. From moss schnapps in Iceland to gut-busting raki in Turkey and homebrew in the Himalayas, he's learned the hard way that tippler's truism: ''It's always 5 o'clock somewhere.'

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  12. Prime Minister's visit to Nepal holy site cancelledRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Peninsula

    Kathmandu: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's planned visit to Janakpur, revered as the land of Sita in Hindu mythology, has been cancelled, it was announced yesterday. Nepal's Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Management Bimalendra Nidhi said the decision had been conveyed by the Indian embassy to the Nepalese foreign ministry.

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  13. Modi's visit to Janakpur in Nepal cancelledRead the original story

    Thursday | Newkerala.com

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's planned visit to Janakpur, a revered Hindu shrine famous as the land of Lord Ram's wife Sita, according to Hindu mythology, has been cancelled. "I regret to inform that the Indian embassy in Kathamandu has informed through the ministry of foreign affairs, Nepal, that the visit of Indian PM has been cancelled," said Nepal's Minister for Physical Infrastructure and Transport Management Bimalendra Nidhi.

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    Thursday | The Beaumont Enterprise

    In this April 19, 2014 photo released by the Travel Channel, Jack Maxwell, left, helps deliver the popular fermented beverage boza in Istanbul, Turkey.

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  15. Govt defers scheduled power cuts during SAARC Summit in some areasRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Nepalnews.com

    There will be no load-shedding in the Kathmandu Valley and areas scheduled to be toured by visiting South Asian heads of state during the period of their stay, the government announced on Wednesday. Talking at an interaction held at The Reporters Club Nepal, Minister for Energy Radha Gyawali said that regular power-cut schedules had been deferred for the period of the 18th South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation Summit.

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  16. Experience Spiritual Travel To Enrich The Mind, Body And SpiritRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Emailwire.com

    Mooresville, NC -- Have you ever wondered how to travel to places around the world that have spiritual significance, while being enriched beyond just being there? If so, the world of travel offered by one business owner in Mooresville, North Carolina, is your answer. Going beyond "just a vacation," trips offered by Ahlara are devoted to helping those wishing to truly experience the sacred sites around the globe.

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  17. Far Cry 4 Review: A Quirky Open-World Shooter You'll Want To ExploreRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | TechCrunch

    Launching today, Far Cry 4 is the latest in Ubisoft's franchise of first-person shooters set in exotic locales. It takes place in a big, beautiful open world roughly based the area around the Himalayas in Nepal.

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  18. Sharif Rejects Bulletproof Cars Provided by India at SAARC SummitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Outlook

    Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has rejected the bulletproof cars being provided by India for the next week's SAARC summit in Kathmandu, saying he would bring his own vehicle. "We have received information that Pakistani Prime Minister Sharif will bring his own bullet proof car for the Summit," said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Khagnath Adhikari.

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  19. If it's BMW from India, Sharif will not ride itRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | The Telegraph

    New Delhi, Nov. 17: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has turned down Nepal's offer to provide him an armoured BMW car it received from India when he visits Kathmandu for the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation summit next week. India will not be using the Nepal-offered cars either for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who will likely reach Nepal a day before the November 26-27 summit to visit Janakpuri, Lumbini and Muktinath, officials confirmed.

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  20. Sharif wont use Indiasupplied car during SAARCRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | Hindustan Times

    In a reflection of the continued suspicions between India and Pakistan, and difficult ties at the moment, the Pakistani government has told Nepal - the host of the upcoming SAARC summit on November 26 and 27th - that PM Nawaz Sharif will not use any vehicle provided by India. Instead, Islamabad will get its own car for its PM for the duration of the summit.

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