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India- Bangladesh agree to work against militants

Akhaurah, Nov 18 (ANI): Addressing a joint press conference Bangladesh Home Minister Mohiuddin Khan Alamgir promised to hand over any Indian militant caught hiding in its territory to India. Alamgir and his Indian counterpart Sushil Kumar Shinde met to inaugurate a multi purpose integrated checkpost along the border in Akhaura. Alamgir said Indian militant Anup Chetia, currently lodged in a jail in Bangladesh, would be extradited after the completion of judicial formalities. Nov 18, 2013
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Manish Tewari takes jibe at BJP over snooping row

New Delhi/ Ahmedabad/ Gujarat, Nov 18 (ANI): Starting a war of words, I and B Minister Manish Tewari took a jibe at BJP over over snooping allegations and posed questions over infringement of civil liberty. Tewari on Sunday (November 17) lashed the opposition party over alleged snooping by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's close aide Amit Shah on a young woman in 2009. Sharpening his attack, Tewari said it was 'brazen assault on civil liberty by state sponsored stalking'. Tewari targeted Modi for misusing police machinery and monitoring the movement of a young woman by Gujarat Police in 2009. Nov 18, 2013
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Bharat Ratna awardee calls politicians 'idiots'

Bangalore, Nov 18 (ANI): Bharat Ratna awardee and eminent scientist CNR Rao calls politicians idiots while expressing his dissatisfaction over inadequate funding in the field of science. Rao said that he contributed much more than he was paid for. Rao, also chairman of Prime Minister's scientific advisory council, sought more funds for research and education. The central government on Saturday announced to confer Bharat Ratna upon Rao and iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. Nov 18, 2013
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Finland keen to show there is life after Nokia

You would be forgiven for thinking that with the decline of Nokia in Finland, the nation's tech industry would suffer a similar fate. But with so many skilled developers still based in the country, Finland is experiencing a mobile revolution. Nov 18, 2013
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Photographer wounded in French newspaper shooting

A man with a shotgun stormed the Paris offices of the left-wing French daily Libération Monday morning, wounding a photographer. The shooting comes three days after a similar event at the headquarters of news channel BFMTV. Duration: 01:16 Nov 18, 2013