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Sonia Gandhi addresses rally in Badarpur area of Delhi - Part - 2

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Sunday addressed a rally in Badarpur area of Delhi ahead of Assembly polls. Gandhi attacked BJP and AAP and accused both parties of creating disturbance in law and order situation of the city. She also called AAP the protesting party which ran away from its responsibilities last year. Feb 1, 2015
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Delhi Polls: BJPs CM candidate Kiran Bedi woos voters in Dwarka -part- 1

New Delhi, Feb 1 (ANI): The BJP’s chief ministerial nominee for Delhi Kiran Bedi on Sunday addressed a rally in Delhi’s Dwarka area. Bedi during the speech unleashed a slew of promises, including the safety of women, security, skill development and other better facilities. The elections for 70-member Delhi Assembly will take place on February 7 while the results will be announced on February 10. Feb 1, 2015
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Delhi Polls: BJPs CM candidate Kiran Bedi woos voters in Dwarka -part- 2

New Delhi, Feb 1 (ANI): The BJP’s chief ministerial nominee for Delhi Kiran Bedi on Sunday addressed a rally in Delhi’s Dwarka area. Bedi during the speech unleashed a slew of promises, including the safety of women, security, skill development and other better facilities. The elections for 70-member Delhi Assembly will take place on February 7 while the results will be announced on February 10. Feb 1, 2015
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Car rally in central India to boost adventure tourism

Uttar Pradesh, Feb 01 (ANI): A car rally named Agra Taj rally, was flagged off in Lucknow city on Saturday in order to boost adventure tourism. The rally reached Agra on Saturday night and resumed its journey on Sunday morning. The rally would cover a distance of 450km passing through Chambal, Jarar and Chakarnagar ravines. As many as 80 participants from eight cities across India participated in the rally, which was flagged off by UP chief minister's wife and Kannauj MP Dimple Yadav. Much to everyone's delight, physically impaired people also took part in the rally. Feb 1, 2015
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AAP compares its model for Delhi elections with BJP's

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday compared its model for women safety for the upcoming Delhi elections with the model presented by BJP. Kejriwal said that Aam Aadmi Party has fulfilled during its government earlier and will also fulfill its promises in future. He repeated the promises which include providing street lights, CCTV cameras and giving a safety button on mobile phones for women. He added that BJP has included criminal and rapist leaders in its Cabinet so how can it claim to be providing a safe capital for women. Feb 1, 2015
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BJP only party without family inheritance and with internal democracy: Amit Shah

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday said that the ruling BJP is the only party without family inheritance and with internal democracy. He said that BJP after coming to power brought immense achievement to the nation and involved people in governance. Appreciating Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah said that Modi worked for the nation in such a way that people and leaders of so many countries are looking up to India with great hope. He also said that the BJP government at the centre brought NITI Aayog replacing the Planning Commission which enhances the participation of states in formulating policies. Feb 1, 2015
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Politicos react on AAP's manifesto for Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 1 (ANI): Politicos from various parties gave mixed rections a day after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released its manifesto for the upcoming Delhi polls, unleashing a slew of promises, including the passing of the Jan Lokpal Bill, enhanced security for women and full statehood for the national capital. The party also reiterated its plans of making Delhi a free Wi-Fi city, installing CCTV cameras in public transport as well as special reservations for senior citizens and the youth. Arvind Kejriwal also proposed a housing scheme post retirement for government employees and a cashless medical scheme. He also pointed out that only AAP has the political will to lower the prices of electricity. Feb 1, 2015
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TV actors Ayub Khan and Smita Bansal join AAP

New Delhi, Feb 01 (ANI): TV actors Ayub Khan and Smita Bansal joined Aam Aadmi Party and said that the citizens should now join political system for a change. Ayub Khan, from popular TV series 'Uttaran', said that the people from distant lands are joining with Arvind Kejriwal with expectation that he will bring a change. He said that Kejriwal is speaking for the common man and now is the time that people join him for a better state and nation. Meanwhile, 'Balika Vadhu' fame Smita Bansal said that its Kejriwal's views and ideology that makes people follow him. Feb 1, 2015
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Thousands of school children take part in Terry Fox Fundraiser in Mumbai to fight cancer

Mumbai, Feb 01 (ANI): Around 10,000 school children took part in the 17th edition of Terry Fox Run on Sunday in Mumbai, to raise money to fight cancer. The annual charity event is organised in various cities commemorating the Canadian cancer activist Terry Fox, a cancer patient, who ran across Canada to raise money to fund research on cancer. Meanwhile, convenor of Terry Fox (India) Committee, Gul Kripalani appreciated the increased participation of people in the event over the years. The funds collected with these events go to Tata Memorial Hospital's cancer research projects who along with the Terry Fox Foundation in Canada conduct research on cancer. Feb 1, 2015
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India's first double hand transplant successful, say doctors

Kochi, Feb 01 (ANI): Doctors successfully conducted India's first double hand transplant on a train accident victim in Kochi city of Kerala. The surgery was conducted at Amrita Institute of Medical Science on 30-year-old Manu, who received the hands of a 24-year-old road accident victim. Over 20 surgeons conducted the surgery that took over 16 hours over January 12 and 13. At least 110 successful hand transplants have been conducted so far in countries like US, European countries, China and Australia, since the first one in France 13 years ago. The patient, Manu, expressed his delightfulness and was eager to get back to his daily chores. Head of the Plastic Surgery Department, Amrita Institute of Medical Science, Doctor Subramania Iyer, called it a major feat for Indian doctors. He further said that both the hands were accepted by the patient's body 14 days after the surgery. Manu would be able to move his hands on his own soon and sensations will slowly return in three to four months, Dr Iyer added. Feb 1, 2015

Reactions from political circles flow in as 1984 riots panel favours re-investigation in many cases

New Delhi, Feb 1 (ANI): Days ahead of the Delhi Polls, the Centre is reportedly deciding upon setting up a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe those cases which were closed by the police and did not reach courts. While the Congress and the AAP raised doubts over the timing of such revelations by the BJP government, the SAD welcomed the decision. According to reports, government-appointed committee has recommended constitution of a SIT for re-investigation of the 1984 anti-Sikh riot cases. The committee headed by former Supreme Court Judge Justice (retd) GP Mathur has submitted its report to Home Minister Rajnath Singh last week and recommended fresh probe of the anti-Sikh riot cases through a Special Investigation Team, official sources said. Feb 1, 2015
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Police recover cocaine from Malayalam actor Shine Tom Chacko

Kochi, Feb 01 (ANI): Police arrested Malayalam film actor, Shine Tom Chacko along with four others for possession of cocaine in Kochi city of Kerala. The police arrested the five people during a raid at a flat owned by a businessman, Muhammed Nisham. Seven grams of cocaine was recovered from their possession. The other four arrested along with Chacko have been identified as Blessy, an assistant director hailing from Bengaluru and three models-Tincy, Reshma and Sneha. While interrogation, the actor confessed to having received the drugs from Goa. Reportedly, all the five people are to be produced before a session court after police questioning. The actor was taken into custody two days back too for allegedly attempting to kill a security guard with his Hummer. Feb 1, 2015
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Police destroy liquor worth 4 crores in Gujarat

Navsari, Feb 01 (ANI): Police destroyed liquor worth around Rupees 4 crores seized over a period of six months in Gujarat, also proclaimed as a dry state. Police crushed the liquor bottles, brought into an open ground in trucks, using a road roller. Gujarat is the first Indian state to implement total prohibition in 1958 over alcohol consumption. Feb 1, 2015
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Sushma Swaraj advocates for greater media role in strengthening bilateral relations at India-China M

Beijing, Feb 01 (ANI): The second meeting of the India-China Media Forum was jointly inaugurated by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Minister of State Council Information Office of China, Jiang Jianguo in Beijing on Sunday. The two leaders highlighted the increasingly important role of the media in enhancing the understanding about each other in their respective countries. The Chinese Minister called upon the media for an objective reporting and increase coverage on economic cooperation. About 40 journalists, twenty from each side are participating in the Media Forum. Following the same, the two ministers also witnessed a photo exhibition showcasing India-china relations in recent years. Feb 1, 2015