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Turbans a major hit on Global Fashion Circuit

New Delhi, April 14 (ANI): Turban, also known as 'Dastar' in Khalsa society, have always been a symbol of spirituality, honor and self respect. But now, they are an attraction in the international fashion world. It's a matter of pride for Sikhs to see turbans acquiring fame on the glamour circuit. And, this is not only about turbans, but also about turbanators! Last year in November, international Sikh designer and model Waris Ahluwalia, was featured in a Gap ad, and now, it is Jatinder Singh Durhailay who has become the face of luxury fashion house Louis Vuitton's advert on monogrammed turbans. Well....after seeing this, it is definitely time for turbans!!! Apr 14, 2014
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Controversial remark of Khaleda Zia's son triggers uproar

Dhaka, Apr 14 (ANI): Political organizations in Bangladesh protested against the comment made by former Prime Minister Begum Khaleda Zia's son Tarique Rahman against Bengali nationalist politician and statesman Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Tarique Rahman who is the senior Vice-Chairman of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), had said on April 08 in London that Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was an illegal Prime Minister because he had apparently ignored the declaration of independence made on April 10, 1971 when the first government in-exile was formed. Protesters belonging to various political parties took to the roads showing their Apr 14, 2014
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Encounter triggers between Army and militants in Kashmir

Srinagar, Apr 14 (ANI): Fierce gunbattle between militants and army took place in Srinagar of Jammu and Kashmir as security forces zeroed in following reports of militants hiding in a house of a residential area in the heart of the city. As the mammoth general elections have kicked off in the country, the militant attacks have increased in the valley in order to instill fear among the masses and show their repulsion against the establishment. Apr 14, 2014
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Japan military in popularity push

The Japanese Self-Defence Forces are on a charm offensive to attract young recruits, with online popularity contests and a soprano superstar. Duration: 02:33 Apr 14, 2014
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Uruguay opens its first cannabis library

Uruguay opened its first Cannabis Library in Montevideo on Saturday, where people can come and read books on cannabis or take classes on how to grow the plant or even how to cook with it. Duration: 01:20 Apr 13, 2014
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Guinea-Bissau votes in watershed elections

Guinea-Bissau held watershed elections on Sunday for a president and parliament expected to usher in a new dawn of stability in a country plagued by drugs and upended by a military coup. Duration: 00:38 Apr 13, 2014
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At least 11 dead in Chile fire: police

At least 11 people have died in a massive blaze in Chile's port city of Valparaiso famous for its UNESCO-listed historic center, authorities said Sunday. Duration: 00:32 Apr 13, 2014