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Action to be taken against officials arrested in Glasgow if allegations proved

New Delhi/Bangalore, Aug 04 (ANI): Appropriate action will be taken against the two Indian officials if reports of their misbehaviour on the sidelines of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow are proved, Union Minister for Sports, Sarbananda Sonowal, said. Two top officials of Indian Olympic Association (IOA), general secretary, Rajiv Mehta, and wrestling referee, Virender Malik, were arrested in Glasgow on Saturday on separate charges. Sarbananda Sonowal, promised action against the two, if found guilty. Former Indian athlete, Ashwani Nachappa, demanded the federal sports ministry to consider the matter very seriously. Aug 4, 2014
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Bihar cannot fight problems like flood alone, needs special status: JD (U)

New Delhi, Aug (ANI): JD (U) leader Ali Anwar on Monday said that problems like flood threat have become common in Bihar. Anwar said that Bihar is a poor and backward state so it cannot fight the problems alone and thus needs the co-operation of Central government. He also said that Bihar should get the status of a special state. Aug 4, 2014
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Modi holds talks with his Nepalese counterpart, interacts with common people

Kathmandu, Aug 04 (ANI): Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, held delegation-level talks with his Nepalese counterpart, Sushil Koirala in Kathmandu during which both the countries signed agreements to deepen cooperation in economic, security and hydropower. Modi_s visit is likely to help speed up negotiations on a power trade pact that is at the centre of a new effort to improve ties with a neighbour that serves as a buffer with China. Modi also interacted and shook hands with common people after addressing the Nepal constituent assembly in Kathmandu. Aug 4, 2014
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Hundreds dead in southwest China quake

Hundreds are killed and nearly 2,000 injured after a strong earthquake hit southwest China's mountainous Yunnan province. Duration: 00:46 Aug 4, 2014
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At least 10 killed in strike on UN school in Gaza

At least 10 people were killed Sunday in a fresh strike on a UN school in southern Gaza which was sheltering Palestinians displaced by an Israeli military offensive. Duration: 00:32 Aug 3, 2014
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India's Modi in Nepal to deepen energy, trade ties

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in Nepal to try to speed up progress on power agreements while also aiming to counter rival giant China's influence in the region. Duration: 00:37 Aug 3, 2014
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Lebanon army deploys to Syria border after clashes kill 10

Lebanese tanks deployed to eastern Lebanon on Sunday after eight Lebanese soldiers were killed in clashes with gunmen on the Syrian border that erupted after the detention of a suspected Syrian jihadist. Duration: 00:39 Aug 3, 2014
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Tirumala Tirupati Temple Deposits 1,800 kg Gold in SBI

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) has created record for the biggest gold depositor in State Bank of India (SBI) on Saturday, when it deposited devotees' gifts to deity Sir Venkateswara Swamy, including 1,800 kgs of gold. Aug 3, 2014
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Gazans seek dignity in cemeteries filled by conflict

The Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip has flooded hospitals and overwhelmed rescue workers but nowhere is the tragedy of the conflict more apparent than in the cemeteries, where space is running out. Duration: 02:29 Aug 3, 2014