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Vol 5 Issue 42, Oct 17 - 23, 2014
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23 Oct 2014
Modi to celebrate Diwali with soldiers at Siachen Glacier 10:09 ( 23 Oct 2014 )
US on alert after attack on Canadian parliament 10:00 ( 23 Oct 2014 )
E-business modernising rail travel in India 20:25 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
Street kids celebrate Diwali, spread message of harmony 19:47 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
Saradha scam: CBI files first chargesheet 19:37 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
Indians in Gambia contribute to fight against Ebola 19:32 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
Boxer Sarita Devi, coaches suspended by AIBA 19:23 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
CBI registers case in RAW tent purchase deal 18:30 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
President greets nation on Diwali 18:27 ( 22 Oct 2014 )
ISRO spy case: Kerala to decide on future course of action 21:22 ( 21 Oct 2014 )
Walsh quits as Indian hockey chief coach 20:48 ( 21 Oct 2014 )
Modi to spend Diwali with Srinagar flood victims 15:13 ( 21 Oct 2014 )
Manohar Lal Khattar to be next Haryana chief minister 15:08 ( 21 Oct 2014 )
Can't rule out terror attack during festive season: Rajnath 14:59 ( 21 Oct 2014 )
Boycott Sri Lanka campaign gains momentum in Australia 19:37 ( 20 Oct 2014 )
Andhra police to check Maoists-villagers clash report 12:12 ( 20 Oct 2014 )
Kochi Metro will be ready on time: Chandy 11:31 ( 20 Oct 2014 )
Smart gifting ideas for Diwali 23:12 ( 18 Oct 2014 )
Alleged Hawala dealer had contact with then CBI chief, SC told 21:11 ( 18 Oct 2014 )
Diesel prices deregulated, cheaper by Rs. 3.37 a litre 20:55 ( 18 Oct 2014 )

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