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Kerala CM Chandy dismisses reports of leadership change

Thiruvanthapuram, apr. 29: Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy Wednesday dismissed reports relating to demand for leadership change in Kerala from a section of Congress workers.

"It is all your (media) creation," Chandy told reporters after a cabinet meeting here.

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PM Narendra Modi third most followed world leader on Twitter

New Delhi: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi remains the third most followed world leader on the micro-blogging site Twitter while External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is the most followed foreign minister, according to a latest study.

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Teenager sets herself on fire after being gang-raped in Mathura

 

 

 

Mathura, apr. 22: A teenager has been admitted to Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital with 70 percent burn injuries. She allegedly set herself on fire after being gang-raped by five men of her village in Mathura district. As per reports, the 14-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped on Sunday evening when she had gone out of her house in Kosi Kalan to attend to nature's call.

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Felt fire-like energy: Rahul Gandhi after visiting Kedarnath shrine

Kedarnath: Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Friday trekked to the revered Kedarnath shrine and said that he felt "fire-like" energy after entering the holy portals.

Rahul, who visited the holy shrine to pay his respects to the victims of the 2013 floods in the region, said that he did not ask the deity for anything.

Trekking a distance of 16 km to reach the revere

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China's choking air pollution getting better: Greenpeace

 

 

 

Beijing, apr. 22: It seems there is some relief for people of China from the choking air pollution, as a new report suggests that the air quality may have modestly improved over the past 12 months. According to the findings of the environmental group Greenpeace, the data collected from 360 Chinese cities show that air quality in coastal regions and in eastern cities such as Beijing has improved a bit. The recent evaluation of pollution figures suggest that China's central and western regions including Henan, Hubei, Hunan and Sichuan still have the worst PM 2.5 levels.

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          There has been agreat increase in the ceasefire violations on the LOC since past few days. Pakistani forces have resorted to unprovoked firing on forward Indian posts on the LOC in Mankot sector in Mendhar, poonch and martyred another Army soldier...

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