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Princess Diana gowns to go under hammer in US

Four dresses designed for and worn by Britain's late Princess Diana are to go under the hammer in Beverly Hills on December 5 and 6. Three of the gowns were made by British dressmaker Catherine Walker, Diana's favorite designer. Duration: 01:06 Dec 3, 2014
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2002 hit-and-run case: Salman's blood alcohol content high, confirms expert

Mumbai, Dec 03 (ANI): Bollywood actor Salman Khan, who is facing trial for killing a pavement dweller and injuring four others in a 2002 hit and run case, has tested positive for alcohol content in his blood at the time of accident. A forensic expert told a sessions court in Mumbai on Wednesday that content of alcohol in Salman's blood was higher than permissible limit. The alcohol content in Salman's blood was 62mg, which is more than double the permissible limit of 30mg. Salman is on trial in the sessions court for culpable homicide not amounting to murder. Dec 3, 2014
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Funds fracas: Kejriwal dares BJP, Cong to reveal their details

New Delhi, Dec 3 (ANI): AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said that all the details of Aam Aadmi Party's funding is on AAP's website. Kejriwal added that BJP and Congress should reveal the details of the source of their party funds. He further stated that BJP and Congress receive international funding and hence action should be taken against them. Dec 3, 2014
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Omar targets Congress during rally in J and K

Nagrota, Dec 3 (ANI): In a scathing attack on the Congress party, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Wednesday accused his former ally of being opportunistic. Abdullah, while addressing a rally in Nagrota, asked the Congress leaders why they couldn’t see any fault in NC’s governance when they had an alliance with his party. Dec 3, 2014
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Taking Smartphone Microbreaks Makes Employees Happier And More Productive

New Delhi, 03 Dec (ANI) : A new study has revealed that allowing employees to take smartphone microbreaks may be a benefit rather than a disruption for businesses. The employees who take smartphone breaks throughout the day are happier at the end of the workday and a smartphone microbreak can be beneficial for both the employee and the organization.According to the researchers, smartphone microbreaks are similar to other microbreaks throughout the workday that includes chatting with coworkers, walking around the hallway or getting a cup of coffee as such breaks are important because they can help employees cope with the demands of the workplace. Dec 3, 2014
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Violent 3-D Games Increase Anger In Players

New Delhi, Dec 03 (AN) : A new study has found that playing violent 3D games can increase the anger level in video game players. Those who play violently may show higher levels of anger than nonviolent players no matter how they played 2-D or 3-D. But those who play violently on 3-D are significantly angrier than those who play violently on the 2-D systems.People who play in 3-D are more immersed in the game than the ones who play in 2-D, and that immersion can be related to the increased anger felt by those who played violently. Dec 3, 2014
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Public sector bank relay strike hits northern India

Lucknow/Chandigarh, Dec 3 (ANI): Public sector banks employees in northern India went on a strike on Wednesday to demand wage revision, which caused inconvenience to people. The employees began their four-day relay strike with staff in southern region going off from work on Tuesday. The finance ministry also asked banks to ensure operation of clearing houses, continuation of Internet banking, and make arrangements for carrying out uninterrupted government business transactions. Shutters were down at all the banks as public sector bank employees staged protest march on the streets in Chandigarh holding banners and placards and shouting slogans. Dec 3, 2014
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TMC protests against hike in fuel excise duty

New Delhi, Dec 3 (ANI): Leaders of Trinamool Congress (TMC) party, on Wednesday (December 03), staged a protest outside parliament against a hike in excise duty of petrol and diesel. India on Tuesday (December 02) raised excise duties on petrol by 2.25 rupees per litre and on diesel by one rupee per litre with immediate effect, the finance ministry said in a statement to parliament. The increases, which follow similar hikes in mid-November, seek to take advantage of a slump in world oil prices to shore up government revenues without stoking inflation. A source familiar with the matter said the latest measures were expected to raise an additional 40 billion rupees in the remainder of the fiscal year to the end of March 2015. Meanwhile, TMC staged protest against the hike, saying the Indian consumers could not avail of advantage of global slump in fuel prices. Dec 3, 2014
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Modi's foreign visits improved relations with other countries, says Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi, Dec 3 (ANI): Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday while speaking at the Lok Sabha said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's foreign visits have improved country's relations with other nations. She added that development process has got a new momentum. Meanwhile, Swaraj said Modi's speech in Hindi at the United Nations General Assembly was a matter of great pride. Swaraj further stated that Modi is the second prime minister to visit Fiji after former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1981, despite the fact that Indians make up 40 percent of the Fiji's population. Dec 3, 2014
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Request Opposition to let Parliament run, no question of Sadhvi's resignation: Venkaiah Naidu

New Delhi, Dec 03 (ANI): Union Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Wednesday requested the Opposition parties to maintain calm and let Parliament run. Naidu said that the Congress and TMC parties are trying to adjourn the houses and not letting main issues come to discussion which is not in the benefit of the country. Further, talking about the opposition’s demand for Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti's resignation, using the example of Congress leader Beni Prasad Verma who used indecent language against many leaders, Naidu said that there is no question of the Minister's resignation as she has tendered an apology for her statement. Dec 3, 2014
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No verdict final on Saradha-Burdwan link, matter under investigation: PMO

New Delhi, Dec 03 (ANI): Minister of State in Prime Minister's Office Dr Jitendra Singh on Wednesday that the verdict on the link of Saradha scam money being transferred to Bangladesh through Burdwan has not yet been finalized and the matter is still under investigation. Singh said that the statement made by Amit Shah during his rally in West Bengal cannot be stated completely wrong as the investigation is underway. Dec 3, 2014
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A life of servitude: the modern slaves of Pakistan

An estimated two million men, women and children in Pakistan work for no pay, indebted for life, often for several generations -- modern-day slaves, prisoners of a system of debt where interest rates are so high they can never be met. Duration: 03:03 Dec 3, 2014
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Congress may back govt on insurance bill, politicos react

New Delhi, Dec 03 (ANI): A compromise between the Congress and BJP appears likely on the insurance bill with the opposition outfit expecting the government to address its concerns over dealing with foreign institutional investors in the overall 49% foreign investment ceiling in Indian insurance companies. Reacting over this Congress leader Manish Tewari said on Wednesday that the BJP should apologize to the nation about opposing amendments to the Insurance Bill when they were in opposition. Meanwhile, TMC MP Derek O'Brien said that the party has been opposing Insurance Bill not just for the sake of it, told Select Committee why going from 26% to 49% is not good. Dec 3, 2014