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Rare Edward VIII Coin Sold For 1 Million Pounds, Costliest Ever In UK

London Jan 18: A rare 1937 Edward VIII sovereign coin has been bought by a private collector for 1 million pounds ($1.31 million), making it the most expensive British coin ever.
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London’s Big Ben must ‘bong for Brexit’ on January 31, say MPs

London Jan 17: To bong or not to bong? The question exercising Britons as they face their last few days of EU membership is not about trade or sovereignty but whether Big Ben should ring out for Brexit.

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Kerala Christian Body Raises ‘Love Jihad’ Concern, Minister Denies Claim: NDTV Report

Thiruvananthapuram Jan 15: An influential body of Christian bishops has raised concern over rising cases of “love jihad” in Kerala, alleging that it is putting “societal peace” at risk.
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London Mayor Launches New Fund With Google To Tackle Extremism, Hate Crimes

London Jan 15: London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Tuesday launched a new 800,000 pounds fund alongside Google.org to fight violent extremism and hate crimes in the British capital.
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Supreme Court Orders Removal Of Debris Over Kerala Flats Demolition

New Delhi Jan 14: The Supreme Court Monday directed the Kerala government to remove the debris, including from backwaters, of four apartment complexes in Kochi’s Maradu area that were demolished on the court’s order for being built in violation of the coastal regulation zone (CRZ) norms.
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Indian Lawyer In UK Sues Supermarket Chain Tesco Over Chocolate Bar

London Jan 13: A 63-year-old Indian-origin lawyer has filed a lawsuit against the UK’s biggest supermarket chain Tesco over his alleged mistreatment which, he claimed, has dislodged his kidney stones.
Lalu Hanuman has claimed 70,000 pounds ($91,451) in damages after being falsely accused of “theft for walking away with an unpaid bar of chocolate”.

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Citizenship Amendment Act Comes Into Effect, Says Indian Home Ministry

New Delhi Jan 11: The Citizenship Amendment Act or CAA, which promises citizenship to only non-Muslim refugees from three neighbouring countries, came into effect on Friday, an official notification from the Home Ministry said. The controversial law, that makes religion a criteria for citizenship for the first time in India, has triggered massive protests across the country.

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British MPs Finally Approve Historic Brexit Deal

London Jan 10: Britain’s parliament finally approved Brexit on Thursday, allowing it to become the first country to leave the European Union by the end of this month, ending years of arguments that toppled two governments and divided a nation.

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Air India To Keep Off Iran Airspace As Tensions Rise In Middle East

New Delhi Jan 9: Hours after a Ukrainian plane carrying 176 people crashed near Tehran and Iranian government conducted missile strikes against US military bases in Iraq, Air India said it is temporarily rerouting its flights and that of its subsidiary Air India Express which use Iranian airspace.
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Four convicts in Nirbhaya case to be hanged on Jan 22  

NEW DELHI Jan 8: The four convicts in the Nirbhya case will be hanged on January 22 at 7 am. The court said the convicts can use their legal remedies within 14 days.

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