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Canada celebrates Earth Hour today 26.3.2017 New Kerala: India News
Canada celebrates Earth Hour today
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Prajnesh fights hard to claim title 26.3.2017 Hindu: Sport
The top seed battled shoulder injury to beat Sriram Balaji
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And thus the giant ape evolves... 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Ever since the first King Kong movie in 1933, the giant, chest-pounding, helicopter-smacking, no-nonsense primate has meant different things to different generations, embodying both his science and his fiction. Kong has been a kind of canvas on which to paint the economic and political issues of the time. He's hovering larger than ever in Kong: Skull Island. Here, Mekado Murphy of The New York Times takes a look back at versions of Kong and the themes that went with the roars. King Kong The Plot: An adventurous filmmaker (Robert Armstrong) meets a down-on-her-luck woman (Fay Wray) on the street, and persuades her to sail with him to a remote island where he plans to shoot a movie. That would be Skull Island, which has one particularly large, hairy resident. The Kong: A creature made from stop-motion animation with effects that feel ahead of their time, he's large enough to command the screen but not to dominate it. And his struggle at the top of the Empire State Building is one of the most memorable ...
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Of legends, lore & history 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Every year when the mercury soars to dizzying heights, hordes of pilgrims and oracles trudge from all over the state of Kerala to attend the annual Bharani Festival in the sprawling complex of Kurumba Bhagavathy Temple in Kodungallur. We were there to cover this folk festival which is marked by lewd songs, weird rituals, ecstatic chants, and riotous dancing of oracles and pilgrims. Attired in red, brandishing swords in the air, they run and jump, rhythmically to the chants of 'Devi Sharanam', beat themselves on the head in ecstatic fervour, often drawing blood, and go into a devotional trance. During the kavutheendal event, the oracles charge around the temple, inflicting themselves with injuries by swords amid the delirious chants three times at breakneck speed. Following them, thousands of pilgrims run around the temple precincts striking the temple rafters with sticks. The temple is then closed to the public for a week for ritual purification and cleansing. We discovered that there is much more to ...
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Opec be warned: Russia prepares for oil at $40 25.3.2017 News
Its 65% plunge in 2014, 2015 forced an emergency rate increase and pushed Russia into recession
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US joins 'constructive' G-20 climate meeting 25.3.2017 News
G-20 climate and energy ministers held a constructive meeting over a plan to address global warming
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Two dead, 28 injured as commandos storm militants' den in Bangladesh 25.3.2017 Zee News : World
"Two civilians are killed and 28 people including two inspectors of bomb disposal unit sustained injuries in the blast," an official said.
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Welspun gets US president Trump's nod to supply pipes to KeyStone XL project 25.3.2017 ET: Engineering
The work on the Keystone XL pipeline project is being executed by Welspun Global Trade, part of the Welspun Group.
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Russian firms invest $80m in solar power project 25.3.2017 Hindu: News
Miyota Power India, a joint venture of two Russian firms, has tied up with Chennai-based Al Ameen Green Energy for setting up 100 MW solar power plant near Virudhunagar. Miyota Power would be investin...
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Earth Hour turns 10 25.3.2017 Hindu: International
170 nations and territories take part in bid to highlight global warming.
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B'desh: 3 killed, 31 injured as commandos storm militants' den 25.3.2017 Deccan Herald - Breaking News Rss Feeds
At least three people were killed and 31 injured today in two blasts when Islamist militants hurled explosives on people as army commandos stormed their hideout in Bangladesh's northeastern Sylhet city following a 30-hour security siege. "Two civilians and a policeman have been killed in separate blasts outside the militant hideout," said Golam Kibria, commissioner of Sylhet Metropolitan Police. "Five of the injured are law enforcers," he told The Daily Star.The first blast happened around 7:00 p.m. about 400 metres off the five-storey building where the militants were hiding. It targeted the
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Bangladesh: 2 dead, 28 injured as commandos storm terrorists' den 25.3.2017 Rediff: News
Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime chief Monirul Islam said they got information that Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh chief Musa along with some other JMB terrorists are in Sylhet.
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JSW Group to invest Rs 7,000-cr more in ports sector by 2020 25.3.2017 Business Standard: News Now
JSW Group is looking at sites in Palghar district to build a greenfield port, Jindal said
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Meenangadi marches to carbon-neutral tag 25.3.2017 Hindu: News
Panchayat vies to be the first such in India by adopting eco-friendly means
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JSW Group to invest Rs 7,000 cr more in ports in India and abroad by 2020 25.3.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Group seeks to dilute 15% in ports firm JSW Infra to a PE player, take it public by 2019
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Astronomers identify record-breaking brown dwarf located 750 light years away 25.3.2017 Zee News : Science and Technology
The object, known as SDSS J0104+1535, is a member of the so-called halo - the outermost reaches - of our galaxy, made up of the most ancient stars.
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Bangladesh launches military operation at suspected militant den 25.3.2017 Hindu: Home
‘Operation Twilight’ on to flush out terrorists believed to belong to the neo-JMB that is behind country’s worst attack.
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Deveshwar: ITC's longest-serving chairman with a lifetime of achievements 25.3.2017 Top Stories
Y C Deveshwar, who diversified ITC beyond tobacco, is winner of BS Lifetime achievement award 2016
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Purest, most massive brown dwarf identified 25.3.2017 All News-IANS Stories
A record breaking brown dwarf -- a star too small for nuclear fusion -- with the purest composition and the highest mass yet known has been identified by an international team of astronomers.
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US business spending picking up, but may slow in Q2 25.3.2017 All International Stories
Manufacturing is recovering from a prolonged slump, driven by the energy sector
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