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Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan calls on Pope Francis

VATICAN CITY Oct 14: Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan on Sunday called on Pope Francis and presented him ‘Bhagavad Gita According to Gandhi’ and caparisoned elephant of Kerala temple festivals, reflecting India’s age-old traditions.

Shashi Tharoor Allowed To Travel Abroad From October 11 To November 11

New Delhi Oct 12: A Delhi court today allowed Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, an accused in the case of his wife Sunanda Pushkar’s death, to travel abroad for a period of one month.
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UK Completes Thomas Cook Repatriation Of Passengers

LONDON Oct 8: Britain’s government on Monday completed the country’s biggest peacetime repatriation that returned 140,000 UK-based Thomas Cook customers stranded abroad after the collapse of the holiday operator.
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Ex-Pak Ruler Pervez Musharraf Plans Return To Politics On October 6

Islamabad Oct 5: Pakistan’s former military ruler Pervez Musharraf plans to return to politics on October 6 after remaining inactive for over a year due to his deteriorating health, according to one of his top aides.
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Kerala govt signs MoU with Centre for development of national highways

Thiruvananthapuram Oct 4: An MoU was signed on Thursday between Kerala government and Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways, under which the state would contribute 25 per cent of land cost towards development of national highways in the state.
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Kerala Literacy Mission To Enroll 1 Lakh School Dropouts

Thiruvananthapuram Oct 3: In a unique attempt, the Kerala State Literacy Mission Authority has decided to enroll nearly a lakh members of women empowerment project “Kudumbashree”, who had discontinued school education, to take the 10th and Plus Two equivalency exams from next year onwards. Continue reading “Kerala Literacy Mission To Enroll 1 Lakh School Dropouts”

India Turns To UAE For Extra Liquefied Petroleum Gas Imports

NEW DELHI Sept 25: India will get two additional cargoes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from United Arab Emirate’s Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) to make up for a shortfall from Saudi Arabia, two government officials said.
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Imran Khan reaches US on Saudi Crown Prince’s ‘special aircraft’

Sept. 23: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan reached the US Saturday on a “special aircraft” of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, ANI reported. Khan, who was in Saudi Arabia on a two-day visit, was urged by the Saudi Prince to use his aircraft as he was his “special guest”.

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Joe Root Says Test Defeat “Hard To Take” As Australia Retain Ashes

LONDON Sept 9: Joe Root said he was “bitterly disappointed” after England slipped to defeat in the fourth Test against Australia on Sunday despite a defiant effort to keep their Ashes dream alive. Continue reading “Joe Root Says Test Defeat “Hard To Take” As Australia Retain Ashes”

Over 22,000 Websites Hacked In India From April 2017 To January 2018

New Delhi Sept 6: More than 22,000 websites were hacked in India in the 10-month period between April 2017 and January 2018, officials said on Thursday.
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