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I get attracted to unusual stuff: Aamir 27.1.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
JAIPUR: He may be increasingly feeling tempted to carry out experimentation with his film scripts and storyline but actor-producer Aamir Khan wants to reach out to the maximum number of people through his movies. Even an unusual story can be ...
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Freedom fighters honoured, old age pension distributed 27.1.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Collector unfurls National Flag, inspects marchpast
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I get attracted to unusual stuff: Aamir 27.1.2008 Hindu: Other States
JAIPUR: He may be increasingly feeling tempted to carry out experimentation with his film scripts and storyline but actor-producer Aamir Khan wants to reach out to the maximum number of people through his movies. Even an unusual story can be ...
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President's address to the nation on the eve of 59th Republic Day 26.1.2008 Govt of india: PIB
President's address to the nation on the eve of 59th Republic Day
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‘Taare Zameen Par,’ an eye-opener in more ways than one 26.1.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
The film has brought to focus the problem of learning disabilities
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By Ban Ki-moon 25.1.2008 Asian Age: Others
By Ban Ki-moon Afghanistan is a potent symbol of the costs of abandoning nations to the lawless forces of anarchy. That alone justifies international efforts to help rebuild that country. Lest there be any doubt, remember September 11, 2001 and its worldwide reverberations. We learned then how a country, shorn of its civic institutions, becomes a vacuum to be filled by criminals and opportunists. In its chaos and poverty, Afghanistan became a home base for terrorism. Must we learn that lesson all over again? The past six years have seen a massive international partnership to rebuild Afghanistan’s state institutions. A modern Constitution was adopted after widespread popular consultations. Presidential and parliamentary elections were held. ...
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Booming economy's benifits have not reached the poor: President 25.1.2008 Rediff: News
eminding the nation to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi's pledge of "wiping every tear in every eye", President Pratibha Patil on Friday regretted that the benefits of a surging economy have not percolated to weaker sections
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Social security scheme for the disabled launched 23.1.2008 Hindu: Kerala
Novel initiative of Nemom block panchayat
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Amazing Amanda 22.1.2008 New Indian Express
Amazing Amanda
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Education for disabled children stressed 22.1.2008 The Assam Tribune
Education for disabled children stressed
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UK comes to India's Olympic aid 21.1.2008 Rediff: Sports
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown launched a 3.6m pound initiative to develop Indian athletes for the Olympics.
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UK announces 3.6 million pound fillip to India's Olympic dream 21.1.2008 New Indian Express
UK announces 3.6 million pound fillip to India's Olympic dream
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Sports event for disabled children 21.1.2008 New Indian Express
Sports event for disabled children
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India to get 3.6 mn pound to fulfill Olympic dream 21.1.2008 DNA: Top News
The Indian Olympic dream is all set to get a 3.6 million pound boost with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown launching a sports initiative in the country in partnership with UNICEF.
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From autistic to artistic 21.1.2008 DNA: Mumbai
It was Taare Zameen Par once more. Seven celebs joined a group of 20 young adults in the Dream Run to create awareness about the life of the autistic.
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Sports meet for disabled held 21.1.2008 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: The sporting spirit of more than 1,200 children with various disabilities was evident when they took centre stage at the Maharaja’s College ground on Sunday. A sports meet for differently-abled children from about 40 ...
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Mumbaikars run for fun, charity 21.1.2008 HBL: Variety
Mumbai, Jan 20 As thousands of Mumbaikars huffed and puffed their way to the finishing line of the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon for prize money worth $2,40,000, international athlete Mr Satyaprakash Tewari, who lost his legs, had only ...
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HEALTH NEWS 19.1.2008 Deccan Herald
HEALTH NEWS
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Listening to the needy 19.1.2008 Deccan Herald
Listening to the needy
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Rajiv Vidya Mission a boon to spl kids 18.1.2008 New Indian Express
Rajiv Vidya Mission a boon to spl kids
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