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Nigerian envoy assures to resolve death of his countryman in Goa

New Delhi/Panaji, Nov 6 (ANI): Nigerian ambassador to India, Ndubuisi Vitus Amaku has assures that death of his country’s national in Goa is being handled and the matter will be soon resolved. The Nigerian was found dead with stab wounds in Goa's Mapusa town. The incident triggered protests by Nigerians in Goa where they blocked roads and allegedly attacked the police vehicle carrying the dead body of their fellow national with sticks on October 31. While interacting with a reporter in New Delhi Amaku said on Wednesday that the bilateral relations would be respected while resolving the matter. Nov 6, 2013
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Free handicraft training provided to school drop outs in Jorhat

Jorhat, Nov 06 (ANI): These youngsters from different parts of Assam are all school dropouts, and are a part of a bamboo handicraft workshop recently held in Jorhat.The week-long training programme was organised by the Institution for Culture and Rural Development (I-CARD) at the Rain Forest Research Institute in Sootea. In total 20 people, belonging to extremely poor families participated in the skill development workshop, where they were taught to make different bamboo products. I-CARD has been consistently taking initiatives to impart vocational training to unemployed youths in the region. The Institute works with the Rights Foundation under the National Council for Vocational Training (NCVT). The institute also plans to create a data base of unemployed youths and jobs available in various sectors. Nov 6, 2013
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Festival organized in Tripura to promote and preserve tribal culture

Agartala, Nov 06 (ANI): Dressed in bright clothes, these performers are representatives of various tribes of Tripura. A total of 19 tribes, some of which are on the verge of extinction, came together at the Nazrul Kalakshetra auditorium in Agartala for a tribal cultural heritage meet. The two-day long event, organized by ONGC Tripura, aimed at promoting tribal culture of the state. The audience was enthralled by traditional dances of tribes like Reang, Chakma, Jamatia, Kaloi, Lusai and Uchoi. Models dressed in traditional attires of their respective tribes walked the ramp. People got a chance to sample the rich cultures of different tribes of the state. Nov 6, 2013
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Police draw similarity between serial blasts in Patna and Bodh Gaya

Ranchi, Nov 6, (ANI): The Bihar police claimed on Wednesday that there might be a connection between the serial blasts in Patna and Bodh Gaya in Bihar, as probe into the incidents gained momentum. In fact, Additional Director General of Police (ADG), Satyanarayan Pradhan, said there is a possible link between the bombs that exploded in Patna, the ones that were seized in Ranchi and the bombs that were used in Bodh Gaya earlier this year. Nov 6, 2013
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Patna serial blasts: JD (U) hits back at BJP

Patna, Nov 06 (ANI): The JD (U) on Wednesday hit back at BJP over allegations that the JD (U)-led Bihar Government was conspiring against the BJP’s PM Candidate, Narendra Modi through a shabby investigation into the Patna blasts. Nov 6, 2013
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Advani has pointed out injustice being done to great country's freedom fighters: BJP

New Delhi, Nov 6, (ANI): Commenting on L K Advani's blog in which he quotes from MKK Nair's book titled The Story of an Era Told without Ill Will, which said that then Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru called his home minister a "total communalist", Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday stated that party patriarch has pointed out the injustice that is being done to the great freedom fighters of this country. In his latest blog posting, Advani has referred to extracts of a book - "The Story of an Era Told without Ill Will" by MKK Nair which deals with the "sharp exchange" between Nehru and Sardar Patel in a Cabinet meeting before "police action" against Hyderabad. Nov 6, 2013
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MLAs given security of 50 guards, no protection for us: Sarpanch to Rahul Gandhi

Jammu, Nov 06 (ANI): Following his interrupting Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi’s address to a gathering of village leaders in Jammu and Kashmir, Parikshit Singh, Sarpanch of Ramnagar justified his action, saying MLAs in the state were given security cover of 50 guards while the village heads were being killed indiscriminately by militants due to lack of it. Nov 6, 2013
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RTI activist Amit Jethwa's wife hopes death sentence for husband's murderer

Ahmedabad, Nov 6 (ANI): RTI activist Amit Jethwa's wife Alpa Jethwa on Wednesday said she is happy that her husband's murderer has been arrested by CBI and she hopes he gets death penalty. The CBI has arrested BJP MP from Junagarh, Dinu Bogha Solanki in connection with the murder of Amit Jethwa. Earlier, Solanki was questioned by a special team of the CBI in New Delhi and later he was booked by the agency. He was earlier given a clean chit by the Gujarat Police. Amit Jethwa, an RTI and environment activist was shot dead outside the Gujarat High Court in July 2010. Nov 6, 2013
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MP Assembly Polls: BJP releases its nominees for 64 seats

New Delhi, Nov 06, (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday released its list of candidates who would be contesting for the scheduled Madhya Pradesh assembly polls. BJP released its nominees for 64 seats in the state after its executive meeting in New Delhi. Nov 6, 2013
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Bangladesh barrister calls for dialogue between feuding political parties for fair elections

Dhaka, Nov 6, (ANI): Barrister, Supreme Court of Bangladesh, Mohammad Ashraf Ali, called for a dialogue between the two feuding political parties, as tensions mounted ahead of the forthcoming general elections. Ali, while talking to the reporter in Dhaka on Wednesday, said that the two political parties should negotiate on the issue of the interim government. Highlighting the ideological differences between the two parties, Ali lashed at the democratic system within the parties. Ali also said that BNP's relationship with Jamaat would tarnish the party's image. Nov 6, 2013