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'I have confidence in the people of India' 21.9.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'Adivasis are a critical national treasure, so we need to protect them.'
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Disabled kids shoot at minus 10 degrees for film 2.9.2015 Cinema-Showbiz
Thirteen deaf children, the heroes of debutant director Mahesh Bhatt's film "The Silent Heroes" shot in extreme temperatures (going down to minus 10 degrees Celsius) and harsh conditions to successfully complete the shooting of their film.
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GST: Isn’t it time states did the heavy lifting when they have the most to gain? 31.8.2015 FirstPost: Business

The states, which have been given a safety net and are going to keep lucrative revenue sources to themselves, are pretending that the GST is the Centre's baby. It's not. It's time the states rose to the national challenge of reforming taxes.

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LIVE! Indrani forced to make confessional statement to police: Lawyer 31.8.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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J and K Students Observe Day of Disappearances 31.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
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LIVE! Sania Mirza conferred with Khel Ratna award 29.8.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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Wolfsburg Overpower Schalke 3-0 in Bundesliga 29.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
VFL Wolfsburg staged a dominant performance to reap their second win of the season against a harmless Schalke in a Bundesliga match.
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Notice to CBI Over Plea by Sohrabuddin Case Accused 29.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Sohrabuddin encounter: SC seeks CBI reply on Pandian's plea 29.8.2015 DNA: Bangalore
Sohrabuddin encounter: SC seeks CBI reply on Pandian's plea
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Captured Pakistan terrorist Sajjad Ahmed was tasked to set up base in Kashmir 28.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed alias Abu Obaidullah who was captured alive by the army in an encounter in Rafiabad(Photo: PTI) Sajjad made 2 attempts earlier to enter Kashmir but failed due to Army deployment Srinagar: Sajjad Ahmed, the Pakistani terrorist caught on Friday, had been tasked to set up a base for Lashkar-e-Taiba in Rafiabad, some 76 kms from here, and curb the influence of local militant Qayyum Najjar, who has defected from Hizbul Mujahideen to form his own group. Officials interrogating Ahmed said he had joined LeT in 2012 and had made two attempts earlier to enter the Kashmir Valley from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) but failed because of heavy deployment of the Army. Ahmed, who has studied till 4th standard, told his interrogators that he was a Baloch settled in Muzzafargarh of Punjab province in South West Pakistan, the officials said. The terrorist, who was captured after a two-day operation in which his four associates were killed, had also worked with Jamaat-ul-Dawa, which is ...
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I knew Naved and Kasab, admits Lashkar terrorist Sajad 28.8.2015 India Today| Must Read
Sajad, who inflitrated into the Indian territory from Uri sector on the LoC, said he was to be contacted by Lashkar commander Bilal alias Qasim ...
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Captured Pakistan terrorist Sajjad Ahmed was tasked to set up base in Kashmir 28.8.2015 Asian Age: India
Pakistani terrorist Sajjad Ahmed alias Abu Obaidullah who was captured alive by the army in an encounter in Rafiabad(Photo: PTI) Sajjad made 2 attempts earlier to enter Kashmir but failed due to Army deployment Srinagar: Sajjad Ahmed, the Pakistani terrorist caught on Friday, had been tasked to set up a base for Lashkar-e-Taiba in Rafiabad, some 76 kms from here, and curb the influence of local militant Qayyum Najjar, who has defected from Hizbul Mujahideen to form his own group. Officials interrogating Ahmed said he had joined LeT in 2012 and had made two attempts earlier to enter the Kashmir Valley from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) but failed because of heavy deployment of the Army. Ahmed, who has studied till 4th standard, told his interrogators that he was a Baloch settled in Muzzafargarh of Punjab province in South West Pakistan, the officials said. The terrorist, who was captured after a two-day operation in which his four associates were killed, had also worked with Jamaat-ul-Dawa, which is ...
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Captured Pak terrorist's mission was to set up base in Kashmir 28.8.2015 Rediff: Intl News
Four other associates of Sajjad were killed in a two-day long operation after the army intercepted them while they were trying to sneak in.
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Captured Pakistan Militant Remanded in 5-Day Police Custody 28.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
The Pakistani militant captured during an operation was remanded in police custody for five days by a court in Sopore town of Baramulla district.   
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Sohrabuddin Encounter: SC Seeks CBI Reply on Pandian's Plea 28.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
The Supreme Court today sought response of CBI on the plea of IPS officer Rajkumar Pandian, accused in the alleged fake encounter killings of Sohrabuddin Sheikh and his wife Kauserbi, seeking relaxation in his bail barring him from leaving Mumbai during pendency of trial.   
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Northeast takes centre stage 22.8.2015 All Beyond Business Stories
Five plays from the Northeast will travel across states with the National School of Drama
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Viqar’s Father Demands CBI Probe into Alair Encounter 21.8.2015 newindianexpress.com
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Activists say police atrocities continue in Chhatishgarh tribal areas 19.8.2015 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 19 : Atrocities on tribals in Chhattisgarh continue to be perpetrated by the police and administration, according to activists and lawyers.
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Activists say police atrocities continue in Chhatishgarh tribal areas 19.8.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Atrocities on tribals in Chhattisgarh continue to be perpetrated by the police and administration, according to activists and lawyers.
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'Mufti's tales are fiction' 19.8.2015 Ahmedabad News, Ahmedabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Retired IPS officer D G Vanzara has claimed that Mufti Abdul Qayum Mansuri's book - 11 Years Behind Bars - is not a description of true events but a work of ...
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