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Snow day for red pandas at Cincinnati Zoo

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A zookeeper at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden took a video of two red pandas having the time of their lives during a snow day on Thursday (February 20) Feb 20, 2015
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Canadian MP can't sit tight for vote

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A Canadian politician found himself in a tight spot on Thursday (February 19) after he stepped out of parliament during a procedural vote. When a fellow Feb 20, 2015
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Clashes in Hebron

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Dozens of Palestinians protesters clashed on Friday (February 20) with Israeli security forces near the main gate of Shuhada street in the West Bank city of Feb 20, 2015
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Greeks react ahead of Germany debt talks

Germany and Greece face off at yet another eurozone meeting Friday in search of a last-minute bailout compromise, with Berlin insisting Athens accept continued austerity in return for fresh debt aid. Duration: 01:05 Feb 20, 2015
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No need to panic about swine flu, says JP Nadda

Lucknow, Feb 20 (ANI): Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda said on Friday that there is no need to panic about swine flu and that there is an adequate stock of medicines to deal with the pandemic. He added swine flu medicines were being sold by registered stores only but that did not mean there was a scarcity of the cure. Nadda also stressed on the need for personal hygiene and building up immunity to tackle the disease which spreads more in winters. Nadda also said healthcare workers were being vaccinated as they worked in close proximity with infected patients. Feb 20, 2015
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Surat's diamond merchant buys NAMO's pinstripe suit, bid closes at 4.31 cr

Surat, Feb 20 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi's monogrammed pinstriped suit on Friday was bought by Surat-based Diamond merchant Laljibhai Patel as the bidding closed at 4 crores and 31 lakhs. Dharmanandan Diamonds Chairman Laljibhai Patel after winning the suit said that he will keep the suit in our office as a reminder of the noble cause he took part in. Reportedly, the monogrammed bandhgala is worth Rs 10 lakh. Modi had worn the suit during his meeting with the US President Barack Obama. The money which will come from the bidding will be used in the Ganga Cleaning Project. Feb 20, 2015
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Tamil Nadu, Feb 20 (ANI): Students of an engineering college in Chennai city of Tamil Nadu made a solar-powered e-scooter, an eco-friendly step to save non-renewable sources of energy. The solar powered scooter runs on a primary and an auxiliary set of batteries and takes six to seven hours to charge fully. It can travel at a speed of 50 to 55 kilometres per hour and gives a mileage of 45 to 55 kilometres, once charged. The students said the team created this scooter as solar power was the future. India has committed to a huge expansion in renewable energy and improving the energy efficiency of its rapidly growing economy. Feb 20, 2015
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It happens : Vintage car rally

Bhopal, Feb 20 (ANI): Vintage car owners and collectors converged in Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh for a rally of classic beauties. The rally was organized as a part of the ongoing Bhoj Adventure Festival which aimed to generate awareness about beautification of Bhopal. The rally started from Shahpura Lake and concluded at Kaliyasot Adventure Zone in the city. 25 vintage cars from across Bhopal took part in the rally that was organised by Bhopal Municipal Corporation (BMC) and flagged off by BMC Commissioner Tejaswi S Naik. Naik said the rally was a moment of pride for the citizens of Bhopal. In this almost 10 kilometer-long rally, vintage beauties like Austin, Rolls Royce, Ford, Willys, Maruti 1984 and others strutted on the roads enthralling the onlookers. A participant, Azhar Mohammed Khan said such rallies needed to be held every year. Feb 20, 2015
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World's oldest leader Mugabe triumphant as he turns 91

The world's oldest leader, Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, turns 91 on Saturday with much to celebrate -- even as critics condemn as "obscene" his lavish birthday party plans in a country he is accused of plunging into poverty. Duration: 02:36 Feb 20, 2015
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Ukraine: humanitarian convoy stopped in Uglegorsk

A humanitarian convoy on its way Debaltseve was stopped in Uglegorsk, in Eastern Ukraine, because of ongoing fighting between the Ukrainian army and pro-Russian rebels - despite a ceasefire deal agreed in Minsk. Duration: 01:08 Feb 20, 2015