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I&B Minister launches free AIR SMS service in different languages

New Delhi, Sep 19 (ANI): I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday launched the All India Radio’s free SMS service which will provide news in Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, Dogri and Nepali. During the launch of the service, Javadekar said that the SMS service will provide news to the people on their mobile phones. On the occasion, AIR Director General News Mohan Chandak said that efforts are being made to expand the SMS service in the regional languages of the various states. Javadekar also asked AIR to run a campaign through the newspapers and the Doordarshan news channel for creating awareness about the SMS service among the people. Sep 19, 2014
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Are Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas back together?

New Delhi, Sept 19 (ANI): Prince Harry and Cressida Bonas have reportedly reconciled after breaking up earlier in April. A source told a US magazine that the couple, who had dated for two years before parting ways, that the royal had spent 16th and 17th September nights with the 25-year-old socialite, and were back together, at least at present. Prince William’s younger brother was first spotted with Bonas at London’s Odeon Cinema where they had reportedly attended screening of ‘Sex Tape,’ and the next night had danced together at Harry’s 30th birthday party at Clarence House. Earlier, Bonas had also attended the opening and closing ceremonies of the Invictus Games, which was led by Prince Harry. Sep 19, 2014
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Bangalore: Several students fall ill after eating mid-day meal in govt School

Bangalore, Sep 19 (ANI): Several students of Urdu government primary school in DJ Halli area of Bangalore were admitted to a hospital on Friday after they consumed mid-day meal. The children complained of nausea and vomited soon after having the lunch.Talking to mediapersons, Karnataka Health Minister UT Khader said that there is no need to panic and students are being treated for food-poisoning. He also asked parents to keep calm as all the students are fine. He added that all medical expenses for the students’ treatment will be taken care of by the government. Sep 19, 2014
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Students' union to move court in JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY molestation case in Kolkata

Kolkata, Sept 19 (ANI): Protesting students' union of Jadavpur University in Kolkata city will move court to seek justice for the alleged molestation of a victim in hostel. The protesters shut down the institution and demanded resignation of Vice Chancellor of the university over alleged molestation of other students during their protest. The victim student was molested by few male students who dragged her inside the boys’ hostel on August 28. Students further alleged that police authorities dragged out students and manhandled them. More than 30 students were arrested by the police while some of them were also injured. Protesters demanded Vice Chancellor Abhijeet Chakraborty's resignation and suspension of police officials, who manhandled students, and also an impartial inquiry. Sep 19, 2014
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Nalanda University's glory historic, will attract students from all countries: Sushma Swaraj

Bihar, Sep 19 (ANI): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Friday inaugurated the revived Nalanda University as a centre for learning and education. Swaraj said that Nalanda University's glory is historic and it will attract students and teachers from all countries. She also expressed confidence that the University will be set up as a landmark among all South Asian countries that have been eagerly waited for the ancient learning centre to reopen. The university will be built in Rajgir, 12km from where the ancient Nalanda University stood till the 12th century. Sep 19, 2014
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Hundreds queue for new iPhones in Australia

Hundreds of people queue in Sydney are among the first in the world to get their hands on the new Apple iPhone 6 models with the large-screen handsets drawing keen interest. Duration: 00:42 Sep 19, 2014
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Obama praises Congress for IS response

US President Barack Obama on Thursday thanked Congress for its "speed and seriousness" in endorsing his plan to train moderate rebels in Syria to battle the Islamic State group. Duration: 00:51 Sep 19, 2014