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Home Minister Rajnath Singh reviews border fencing with Bangladesh

Agartala, Feb 14 (ANI): Home Minister Rajnath Singh visited border areas of Tripura on Saturday to review the progress of fencing work. India is fencing its border with Bangladesh. India and Bangladesh share a 4,096 kilometre long border, largely porous. India says militants, active in the northeastern region, often cross over to Bangladesh after committing crimes. Accompanied by junior minister Kiren Rijiju, Singh also interacted with security personnel of India’s paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF) and army officials. Feb 14, 2015
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Deputy CM Manish Sisodia announces allocation of portfolios for ministers (Part-2)

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday announced the portfolios of ministers from the Aam Aadmi Party. Sisodia informed that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not retained any ministry for himself. Sandeep Kumar will be taking care of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Social Welfare, SC/ST welfare. Gopal Rai will be in charge of transport, development, labor, general administration department and employment. Asim Ahmed Khan will look after food and civil supply, environment and forest, and election departments. Jitender Singh Tomar will be in charge of law and justice, home, tourism, art and culture. Satyendar Jain will take care of Power Ministry, health, industries, PWD and IFC. Sisodia will look after finance and planning, education, UD, revenue and any other department that is not allocated to any minister. Kejriwal will be focusing to make the Ministry work effectively and supervise their work, to make changes in system making use of modern technologies, and to connect directly with people of Delhi. Feb 14, 2015
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Deputy CM Manish Sisodia announces allocation of portfolios for ministers (Part-1)

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday announced the portfolios of ministers from the Aam Aadmi Party. Sisodia informed that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not retained any ministry for himself. Sandeep Kumar will be taking care of the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Social Welfare, SC/ST welfare. Gopal Rai will be in charge of transport, development, labor, general administration department and employment. Asim Ahmed Khan will look after food and civil supply, environment and forest, and election departments. Jitender Singh Tomar will be in charge of law and justice, home, tourism, art and culture. Satyendar Jain will take care of Power Ministry, health, industries, PWD and IFC. Sisodia will look after finance and planning, education, UD, revenue and any other department that is not allocated to any minister. Kejriwal will be focusing to make the Ministry work effectively and supervise their work, to make changes in system making use of modern technologies, and to connect directly with people of Delhi. Feb 14, 2015
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Sharing the love on Valentine's Day in Iraqi capital

Iraqis celebrate Valentine's Day in Baghdad despite the security tensions. Valentine's Day is increasingly popular in the region as people have taken up the custom of giving flowers, cards, chocolates and gifts to sweethearts. Duration: 00:47 Feb 14, 2015
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Gazans celebrate St Valentine's day

Gaza residents celebrate the first Valentine's Day since the Palestinian enclave was battered by a July-August Israeli military offensive. Duration: 00:59 Feb 14, 2015
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Obama: Education reform key to helping middle class

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) President Barack Obama says it's time to focus on education reform and helping kids prepare for the future. In his weekly address, Obama laid out his plan to ensure Feb 14, 2015
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Delhi's new chief minister vows to wipe out corruption

Tens of thousands of supporters gather to see Arvind Kejriwal sworn in as Delhi chief minister for the second time after his upstart anti-corruption party won one of the biggest election victories the Indian capital has ever seen. Duration: 00:48 Feb 14, 2015

AAP leaders take charge as Cabinet Ministers

New Delhi, Feb 14 (ANI): AAP leaders on Saturday took charge as the ministers of the newly elected Cabinet in Delhi. Manish Sisodia took charge as the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi. Ministers Gopal Rai, Jitender Singh Tomar and Satyendra Singh also took charge of their respective offices. Earlier in the day, Arvind Kejriwal took oath as the eighth Chief Minister of Delhi at Ramlila Ground. Feb 14, 2015