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Specially-abled children on dance floor light up nine- day festival in Surat

Surat, Oct 01 (ANI): Specially-abled children lit up the dance floor as they participated in the traditional group dance of Gujarat, 'Dandiya,' performed in honour of Mother Goddess, Durga, during the Navratri, the Hindu festival of nine-nights. Navratri Festival is known for its privileged society and high profile celebrations with the affluent class visiting exclusive clubs for the celebrations. However, this year, the festival also brought immense joy for children with special needs who were allowed to participate in the fun. Organiser of the event, Vaishali Rajesh Kotecha, said such an event will help erase discrimination against these children in society. A specially abled girl, Dhara, said they had a gala time at the event as they got the opportunity to celebrate Navratri along with others this year. Oct 1, 2014
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Japan develops strong business ties with ASEAN and India Part-2

Tokyo/Jakarta, Oct 1 (ANI): On September 25, the annual General meeting of Catch Asia-Media Network was held in Tokyo.Catch Asia-Media Network is constituted by media representatives from eight countries. It aims to introduce top technology, progressive service and the substance of modern smart society.Organizer of Catch Asia-Media Network, Mitsubishi Research Institute introduced the substance of Catch Asia-Media Network whose main purpose is utilizing Japanese experience to develop modern society in ASEAN and India. Oct 1, 2014
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Reactions flow in after fuel prices sees a slight drop

New Delhi/Noida, Oct 1 (ANI): Reactions flowed in on Wednesday after there was a slight drop in the prices of petrol. CPI leader Atul Anjan and AAP leader Ashutosh said that the BJP government should not take the credit for the drop in the prices of the fuel since the decrease is a result of the drop in the fuel prices in the international market. Oct 1, 2014
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Politicos react on Narendra Modi's US visit

New Delhi/Noida, Oct 1 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi left for New Delhi on Tuesday after a five-day visit to the United States. Prior to his departure, Prime Minister Modi shook hands with his supporters who had gathered at the Andrews Air Force Base here in large numbers. Politicos gave mixed reactions on Modi's US tour. Oct 1, 2014
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Japan develops strong business ties with ASEAN and India Part-1

Tokyo/Jakarta, Oct 1 (ANI): The Indonesia International Motor Show 2014 at Jakarta International Expo featured 36 automotive brands. The theme this year was 'Smart and Safe Mobility' as it exhibited environmentally friendly, fuel-efficient and affordable vehicles. Nissan Motor Corporation showcased a lineup of new products across all three brands including Infiniti, Nissan, and Datsun, giving Indonesian customers a wider range of choices. Oct 1, 2014
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Londoners divided on skyscraper boom

Skyscrapers are sprouting up all over London, transforming a skyline once dominated by Big Ben and St Paul's Cathedral. Some Londoners are delighted at their city's "Manhattanisation" but others warn it risks losing its soul. Duration: 02:47 Oct 1, 2014
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No relief for Jayalalithaa, hearing adjourned till Oct 7

Bangalore, Oct 01 (ANI): Hearing on AIADMK chief J Jayalalithaa's bail plea has been adjourned till October seven by a vacation bench of Karnataka High Court. Following the deferring of the hearing, Jayalalithaa, who is lodged in VVIP cell number 23 at Parappana Agrahara central prison in Bangalore, will have to continue in jail for at least a week. Oct 1, 2014
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Two bombs explode in Kabul killing at least seven and wounding 15

Kabul, Oct 01 (ANI): Two Taliban suicide bombers attacked the Afghan capital on Wednesday, killing at least seven people and wounding more than 15, government officials said, a day after the new government and the United States signed a long-delayed security agreement. Afghanistan's interior ministry said the targets of were an army bus and a vehicle carrying Afghan army personnel. The attack in the west of the city, close to Kabul university, was the more serious of the two. It destroyed an army bus and shattered shop windows, killing at least seven, the defence ministry said. Several people were injured in the attack in the eastern part of Kabul. Oct 1, 2014
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Is Jayalalithaa's Loss BJP's Gain in Tamil Nadu?

Bharatiya Janata Party leaders feel their party is bound to get more support now that the ruling AIADMK is rudderless minus Jayalalithaa and the DMK - the main opposition - is in disarray. Oct 1, 2014