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Rival rallies greet Dalai Lama visit in US

Crowds gathered outside the venue where the Dalai Lama and President Obama met on Thursday, with some welcoming the religious leader and others demonstrating against his position on the Shugden Buddhist faith. Duration: 01:17 Feb 6, 2015
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Gary Glitter found guilty of child sex offences

STORY: Former British pop singer Gary Glitter, who shot to fame in the 1970s as a "glam-rock" star but was later convicted of child sex crimes, was found guilty on Thursday (February 5), of indecently Feb 6, 2015
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Security alerts put Northern Ireland on edge

A bomb disposal robot probes the damaged undercarriage of a car in Belfast, where a device exploded on Wednesday night. It was the latest of four separate incidents in the area, now being Feb 5, 2015
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Shatrughan Sinha praises Kejriwal, says he is a 'good man' and that parties should avoid 'negative p

New Delhi, Feb 05 (ANI): Just two days before Delhi goes to polls, BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha on Thursday praised the Aam Aadmi Party Chief Arvind Kejriwal. Sinha said that Kejriwal is a 'good man' and that the party's prospects are bright. He said that the fight in the national capital is between Kiran Bedi who has a clean image and has been a good officer, and Arvind Kejriwal, who too has a clean image. Further, Sinha also said that the negative campaigning that the national capital has been observing is unfortunate. He said that political parties should not indulge in mud-slinging and personal attacks but keep the politics clean. Delhi goes to polls on February 7. Counting of votes is on February 10. Feb 5, 2015
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SUCI (c) cadres clash with police in Kolkata

Kolkata, Feb 05 (ANI): A Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) protest turned violent after cadres of the left party clashed with the police in Kolkata on Thursday. The protest, which was against the Mamata Banerjee-led state government, saw the agitators demand employment for all and a reduction in the price hike that the city has been witnessing in recent months. The police, after warning the crowd to disperse, lathi-charged the protestors, who fled at the onslaught. Feb 5, 2015