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Not the right time to have serious talks with Pakistan: Congress

New Delhi, May 24 (ANI): Congress leader Shakeel Ahmed said that it was not the right situation to have serious discussions with Pakistan as Prime Minister-designate Narendra Modi invited premier of the neighbouring country for swearing-in ceremony. BJP has invited Pakistan Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, to the swearing in ceremony of Modi on May 26. Addressing a news conference in New Delhi, Ahmed said that Pakistani government showed no positive signs of reducing terror activities. Meanwhile, Ahmed also hit out at BJP for its double standards for saying reports of Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) of India should not be cited for political arguments. May 24, 2014
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Malians react after army's humiliating defeat by rebels

Malian government officials said on Friday a "failure in the chain of command" had led to the army's humiliating defeat by armed separatists in the country's rebel-infested desert battleground. Duration: 00:45 May 24, 2014
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Expert warns of possible violence in Thailand

Following a coup that has provoked an international outcry, an expert says the Thai junta could run the country for at least a year, warning violence could erupt in the kingdom. Duration: 1:00 May 24, 2014
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Tide turns for Liberia's secret surf spot

Hardcore surfers have known about the world class breaks off the coast of Liberia's north west coast for years but locals in the poor fishing community of Robertsport are now hoping for a new wave of tourism to revive the region. Duration: 01:52 May 24, 2014
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It Happens: Colourful turban exhibition in Rajkot attracts visitors

Rajkot, May 23 (ANI): Visitors took a ride through history of turbans and also learnt how to tie it as they thronged a colourful exhibition in Rajkot city of Gujarat recently. Over 100 turbans of various shapes, colours and prints were put on display, which represented the rich culture of different Indian states. Kadambari Devi, member from Rajkot royal family, who also attended the exhibition, said she was happy with the way turbans from all over the country were displayed. Visitors scanned through various turbans during the exhibition and were also informed on how to tie them. May 23, 2014