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Fire breaks out in Andrews Ganj slum cluster

New Delhi, Nov 5 (ANI): A minor fire broke out at a slum cluster in Delhi's Andrews Ganj area on Wednesday evening after few cylinders exploded. The fireman said that around 100 slums were under fire, but the fire was controlled in an hour. He added that nobody is either injured or dead. The local residents complained that the fire brigade reached the spot late. Nov 5, 2014
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Malaysia, Netherlands keep pressing for MH17 results

The leaders of Malaysia and the Netherlands vow to keep pressing for access to the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 and to bring to justice those responsible for downing the plane in Ukraine. Duration: 01:36 Nov 5, 2014
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India, Russia ink deals on trade and energy in New Delhi

New Delhi, Nov 05 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Russia's deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, on Wednesday signed deals on economic, trade technology and culture cooperation in New Delhi as both the leaders co-chaired the 20th India-Russia inter-governmental meeting. The two leaders also chalked out plans for Russian President Vladimir Putin's Indian visit scheduled for next month for annual India - Russia summit. Meanwhile, Rogozin is also expected to meet India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and National Security Adviser Ajit Doval. Nov 5, 2014
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New Delhi 4th Most Dangerous City In World For Women On Public Transport: Survey

New Delhi, 05 Nov (ANI) : New Delhi has been named the fourth most dangerous city in the world for women travelling on public transport according to a new survey.The survey was carried out by Thomson Reuters Foundation and focused on sexual harassment on public transportation systems in the world's largest cities.Women were required to answer six questions relating to their safety: how safe they felt travelling alone at night; the risk of being verbally harassed by men; the risk of being groped or subjected to other forms of physical harassment; trust that other passengers would assist a woman being physically or verbally abused; and trust in authorities to investigate reports of sexual harassment or violence. Nov 5, 2014
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Mayawati lashes out at incumbent UP government ahead of polls

Lucknow, Nov 05 (ANI): Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Chief Mayawati, on Wednesday (November 05) lashed out at the incumbent government of Uttar Pradesh for its dismal law and order situation and also sought imposition of President's rule in the state. Mayawati was speaking ahead of the Rajya Sabha (upper house of the parliament) polls for 10 seats, scheduled to be held in Uttar Pradesh on November 20. She also said the government of Samajwadi Party was introducing schemes only on paper to divert attention from its inadequacies. Mayawati also took on the Central government of ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), saying it is not paying attention to religious minorities and the poor. Nov 5, 2014
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People of Delhi want AAP government again, says Kejriwal Part - 1

Kaushambi, Nov 5 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said he was confident that the people of Delhi wanted his party to form the government again, and added that he plans to turn the city into one of the best destinations in the world. Speaking about his party's plans for the upcoming elections, Kejriwal vowed to turn Delhi into a world-class city. He further said that the 'dharnas'he did during his tenure as Chief Minister were projected negatively by the media. Nov 5, 2014
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Bangladesh PM adviser assures positive steps against cross-border militancy

New Delhi, Nov 05 (ANI): Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's adviser on Wednesday (November 05) said that both India and Bangladesh have been working to fight against terrorism which is prevalent at the porous Indo-Bangladesh border. Sheikh Hasina's adviser Gauhar Rizvi said that given the fact that Bangladesh and India share 2400 miles of common boundary and much of these boundaries are very porous. Therefore, it is very common for criminals, terrorists, smugglers cross-border flee from one country to another and take advantage to destabilise the establishment. He further said that Bangladesh has always been satisfied with the intelligence that has been shared by India with us and we consider them to be very helpful to us. Rizvi was commenting on the recent blast that took place in Burdwan district on India's eastern West Bengal. The explosions in a house on October 02 had left two suspected militants dead, while the city court had sent three accused to police custody. Later, two women were also arrested in connection with the blast on October 05. Indian team is expected to visit Dhaka this week for further investigation. Nov 5, 2014
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People of Delhi want AAP government again, says Kejriwal Part - 2

Kaushambi, Nov 5 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said he was confident that the people of Delhi wanted his party to form the government again, and added that he plans to turn the city into one of the best destinations in the world. Speaking about his party's plans for the upcoming elections, Kejriwal vowed to turn Delhi into a world-class city. He further said that the 'dharnas'he did during his tenure as Chief Minister were projected negatively by the media. Nov 5, 2014
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People of Delhi want AAP government again, says Kejriwal Part - 3

Kaushambi, Nov 5 (ANI): Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said he was confident that the people of Delhi wanted his party to form the government again, and added that he plans to turn the city into one of the best destinations in the world. Speaking about his party's plans for the upcoming elections, Kejriwal vowed to turn Delhi into a world-class city. He further said that the 'dharnas'he did during his tenure as Chief Minister were projected negatively by the media. Nov 5, 2014
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Sri Lankan expert stresses on dialogue to resolve Indian fishermen death row

New Delhi/Chennai, Nov 5 (ANI): Sri Lankan expert Saman Kelegama said, on Wednesday (November 05), that bilateral talks can settle the issue of death penalty given to five Indian fishermen in a drug smuggling case. Five Indian fishermen were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy in 2011 on charges of smuggling drugs and on October 30, the Colombo High Court held the five Indian fishermen guilty of drug trafficking. The arrest of the Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan navy has been a major topic of debate between the two nations. Kelegama said that the fishermen row has created conflict between India and Sri Lanka. Nov 5, 2014
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Politicos react after Sheila Dikshit says won't contest polls in Delhi

New Delhi, Nov 5 (ANI): Politicos reacted on Wednesday after former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said that she won't be contesting the assembly elections to be held in Delhi. BJP leader Prabhat Jha said that it is for the Congress to decide who will contest the elections. Congress leader JP Agarwal also said that the decision on the candidates contesting the elections will be taken by the high command of Congress. AAP leader Manish Sisodia said that Congress will have to face disappointing results in the upcoming elections and Sheila Dikshit's participation in the elections won't prove of any help to the party. Nov 5, 2014
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Protest in Chennai against Sri Lanka's death penalty to Indian fishermen

Chennai, Nov 05 (ANI): Protesters, on Wednesday (November 05), took to streets in Chennai city of Tamil Nadu against death penalty given to Indian fishermen in Sri Lanka. Five Indian fishermen were arrested by the Sri Lankan Navy in 2011 on charges of smuggling drugs and on October 30, the Colombo High Court held the five fishermen guilty of drug trafficking. The arrest of the Indian fishermen by the Sri Lankan navy has been a major topic of debate between the two nations. Former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, earlier, wrote several letters to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and present Prime Minister Narendra Modi, asking to pressurise Sri Lankan authorities to free fishermen detained in the country. Nov 5, 2014