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    NITI Aayog’s Rajiv Kumar attacked Rahul Gandhi over loan waiver

    NITI Aayog vice chairperson Rajiv Kumar on Wednesday waded into the political row over the farmers’ loan waiver saying that no government had worked for farmers as much as the Modi government, reports ANI. “What can I say? It’s like maano na maano main hi champion. Government works after looking at everything

  • U.S. weighs complete withdrawal of troops in Syria
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    U.S. weighs complete withdrawal of troops in Syria

    The United States is considering a total withdrawal of U.S. forces from Syria as it nears the end of its campaign to retake all of the territory once held by Islamic State, U.S. officials told Reuters on Wednesday. Zachary Goelman reports.

  • U.S. troops in Syria to return home
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    U.S. troops in Syria to return home

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence met with U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon on Wednesday, as the White House confirmed that US troops would be withdrawn from Syria. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

  • Vegan solution to leather found in pineapples
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    Vegan solution to leather found in pineapples

    Pineapples are no longer just a tropical fruit - their leaves can now be used to create a vegan alternative to leather goods. Lauren Anthony reports.

  • Israel calls Hezbollah's cross border tunnels 'an act of war'
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    Israel calls Hezbollah's cross border tunnels 'an act of war'

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has condemns Hezbollah's cross border tunnels into Israel, hours before the U.N. Security Council was due to discuss the Iran-backed group. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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    Sonu Nigam clarifies "It would be better if I was from Pakistan"

    Popular singer Sonu Nigam, who has sung in multiple Indian languages, has landed in a controversy after his "I feel like it would be better if I was from Pakistan" comment at a summit. The "Kal ho naa ho" hitmaker has slammed some journalists for missing "the real content"

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    Kangana gets goddess power on sets of Manikarnika

    At the massive trailer launch of Manikarnika : The Queen Of Jhansi , Kangana dons the look from the film and organised grand wedding like celebration for her film trailer.

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    Saira Banu pins hope on PM Modi to save Dilip Saab's home

    Veteran actress and wife of Dilip Kumar, Saira Banu, has expressed hope that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet her here and help save her husband's bunglow from the land mafia.

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    Ankita celebrates birthday with co-star Kangan Ranuat

    The Pavitra Rishta actor, Ankita Lokhande who is going to enter Bollywood Industry with film Manikarnika : The Queen Of Jhansi has recently celebrated her birthday with a mid-night bash in Mumbai. In attendance was her Manikarnika co-star Kangana.

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    Directing is like a worker's life says Kangana Ranaut

    Kangana Ranaut, who took over the reigns as director of her forthcoming film "Manikarnika - The Queen of Jhansi", says directing a film is like leading a worker's life, but she had fun while she was at it.

  • UK opposition leader accused of calling PM 'stupid woman'
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    UK opposition leader accused of calling PM 'stupid woman'

    The UK parliament erupted in anger on Wednesday when Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appeared to mouth the words 'stupid woman' after a lively exchange with Prime Minister Theresa May.

  • Facebook: data access was with user permission
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    Facebook: data access was with user permission

    Facebook said it did not give some companies access to user's data without their permission, responding to a New York Times report. Fred Katayama reports.

  • Third citizen held in China, Canadian media says
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    Third citizen held in China, Canadian media says

    A third Canadian citizen has been detained in China, Canada's National Post newspaper reported on Wednesday, citing the Canadian foreign ministry. Francesca Lynagh reports.

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    ‘How can entire para be typo’: Mallikarjun Kharge calls for JPC in Rafale deal

    Less than a week after the government had asked the Supreme Court for a correction in its order on the Rafale jet fighter deal, the Congress has continued to keep up the pressure on the government. “We want a JPC as we’ll only get to know everything when Parliament members sit and look into the files

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    Portrait of Atal Bihari Vajpayee to be installed in Parliament Hall

    Union Parliament Affairs Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Wednesday informed that the committee formed to decide about former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s portrait in the Parliament Hall has welcomed the proposal and therefore the portrait will be installed. A decision regarding this was taken

  • Beauty brands take a gamble on manly make-up
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    Beauty brands take a gamble on manly make-up

    Men's make-up is getting a makeover. Big beauty brands are beginning to exploit signs of rising demand for cosmetics among men, especially in South Korea. Michelle Hennessy reports.

  • Rescuers evacuate grounded cargo ship off Turkish coast
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    Rescuers evacuate grounded cargo ship off Turkish coast

    Rescue workers are seen scrambling to evacuate a cargo ship off the Turkish coast after the vessel ran aground. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

  • PM Modi meets newly elected village headmen from J and K
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    PM Modi meets newly elected village headmen from J and K

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with the newly elected members of the recently held Jammu and Kashmir panchayat polls, in New Delhi on Wednesday. The Prime Minister congratulated the local representatives for successfully participating in the democratic process despite threats and intimidations. The

  • Indian Air Force needs Rafale jets, it's a game changer: IAF Chief BS Dhanoa
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    Indian Air Force needs Rafale jets, it's a game changer: IAF Chief BS Dhanoa

    Air Chief Marshal Birender Singh Dhanoa applauded Supreme Court's judgment on Rafale deal. "Who says we don't need Rafale? The govt says we need Rafale, we are saying we need Rafale, the SC has given a fine judgment, it took us so long that our adversaries have already upgraded their system

  • India-Russia joint air exercise - 'AviaIndra 2018' concludes today
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    India-Russia joint air exercise - 'AviaIndra 2018' concludes today

    India-Russia joint air exercise - 'AviaIndra 2018' at Rajasthan's Jodhpur concluded on Wednesday. The Russian Federation Aerospace Force (RFASF) commenced flying operations with the Indian Air Force (IAF) crew under joint Air-Force exercise Ex-AviaIndra-2018 on December 13 in Jodhpur, Rajasthan

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    Rafale row: BJP protests in Delhi against Rahul Gandhi

    BJP protested in Delhi against Congress president Rahul Gandhi. The protest was led by BJP's Delhi chief Manoj Tiwari after the rift between Congress and BJP intensified over Rafale row. The protesters held placards and shouted slogans against Rahul Gandhi. Manoj Tiwari, along with other BJP workers

  • GSK, Pfizer create consumer health giant
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    GSK, Pfizer create consumer health giant

    GlaxoSmithKline plans to split into two businesses -- one for prescription drugs and vaccines, the other for over-the-counter products -- after forming a new joint venture with Pfizer's consumer health division. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

  • Congress has humiliated CAG, Army and every democratic institution: PM Modi
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    Congress has humiliated CAG, Army and every democratic institution: PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi held an interaction with Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) booth workers based in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. It is a part of Prime Minister Modi's frequent interactions with workers under 'Mera Booth Sabse Majboot'. Prime Minister Modi accused Congress of humiliating

  • Migrant workers look back at China's economic boom
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    Migrant workers look back at China's economic boom

    When Japanese recruiters plucked Liu Xueqin from her provincial hometown 33 years ago to work in an electronics factory in Shenzhen, she was happy to get a well-paid job and unaware of the small role she would play in China’s dramatic economic rise. Samantha Vadas reports.