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Ashura commemorations begin in Baghdad

Ceremonies marking the anniversary of the death of Imam Hussein, a key figure in Shiite Islam began Wednesday evening in Baghdad. Duration: 00:37 Nov 13, 2013
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Camel breeders count losses in Rajasthan

For Rajasthan's camel herders the Pushkar fair is the one time of the year for them to sell off their young camels. But with demand for the animals in steady decline, many are returning home out of pocket and with unsold camels. Duration: 02:33 Nov 13, 2013
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Sukma: 2 BSF jawans among 3 killed in Maoist triggered landmine

Manjhipada, Nov 12 (ANI): Two BSF jawans and a civilian driver were killed when Naxals blew up their vehicles in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on Tuesday. Two others were injured in the blast. The jawans were returning after security deployment for polling in Sukma when a landmine blast took place between their two vehicles near Kerlapal camp. Nov 12, 2013
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PoK healthcare in shambles

Muzaffarabad, Nov 12: Healthcare is virtually nonexistent in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. Mortality rate is one of the highest in the region. No cure or diagnostics are available to trace even the most cardinal diseases. Moreover, to top it dispensaries and health facilities built by foreign countries are in a bad shape because of poor management. Situation of healthcare is grim and critical in PoK. Nov 12, 2013
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PM-FM's advice to CBI meant to intimidate 'high-profile' investigations: Jaitley

New Delhi, Nov 12 (ANI): Even as Union Finance Minister P Chidambaram echoed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's advice to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to stay away from policy making, Senior BJP Leader, Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the advice was meant to intimidate 'high-profile' investigations. Nov 12, 2013
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Bangladesh heads for 'total deadlock' ahead of elections

Dhaka, Nov 12 (ANI): A clash of ideologies has plunged Bangladesh into a cycle of violence as the two main political parties - ruling Awami League led by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangladesh National Party (BNP) headed by Begum Khaleda Zia are exploiting the tension between secularists and Islamists ahead of elections. A lawyer and secretary-general of 'The Bangladesh United Council for Hindus, Buddhists and Christians,' Rana Dasgupta drew attention towards the ideological differences between the two feuding parties. Slamming BNP for its strengthening bond with the Jamaat, Dasgupta said that the image of the party would be tarnished if the alliance continues and they come to power. Nov 12, 2013
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Police arrest Indian wrestler in alleged drug racket

Patiala, Nov 12 (ANI): The Punjab police arrested top award winning Indian wrestler, Jagdish Bhola, an alleged mastermind behind an international drug racket from Haryana. Jagdish Bhola was on the run after his residence was raided by the police and drugs worth Rs 100 crore were recovered. The team was tracking the accused since March this year. According to the SSP, drugs worth Rs 700 crore had earlier been seized which were being smuggled to countries like Canada, America, Europe and Australia. The SSP said there were foreigners involved in the case and that they had arrested 27 people in the case so far. Nov 12, 2013