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Istanbul residents prepare for key mayoral vote Sunday

Istanbul residents head to the polls Sunday in Turkey's municipal elections. The city of Istanbul is considered reflective of the country's feeling about Turkey's ruling AKP party, and has been the scene of a fierce election campaign. Duration: 01:16 Mar 29, 2014
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'Mars Yard' in Britain tests space rovers

Engineers for Airbus Defence and Space have built a giant sand pit to recreate the surface of Mars -- in a yard in the British town of Stevenage -- as a testing ground for prototype 'rover' vehicles. Duration: 01:09 Mar 28, 2014
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Myanmar census to lift lid on secretive nation

Myanmar is preparing its first census in decades, giving a vital snapshot of the ethnically diverse society but inflaming tensions in a nation where suspicions of government run deep after years of junta rule. Duration: 02:08 Mar 28, 2014
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Judge adjourns Pistorius trial to April 7

The judge overseeing Oscar Pistorius's murder trial on Friday adjourned the case for more than a week -- just before the star Paralympian was expected to take the stand for the first time -- because a senior court official was sick. Duration: 00:59 Mar 28, 2014
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It happens: Handicraft Exhibition

Visakhapatnam, March 28 (ANI): A vast variety of exquisite, traditional artefacts by artisans from across India attracted a steady stream of visitors to an ongoing handicraft fair in Visakhapatnam city. The week-long exhibition organised by the artisans supported society of India aims at providing a platform to small-scale artisans where they can showcase their products and provide a boost to their business which is not exposed to bigger markets. Handicrafts, textiles and decorative artefacts remain the highlight of the ongoing fair as visitors throng to the apparels and showpieces stalls. Right at the entrance, the mystical charm of the northeast manifested itself in vibrant colours of dried natural flowers.Meanwhile, another visitor, Fathima said the fair is a delight for the visitors as handicraft and other decorative items from the whole country are available at affordable prices, much cheaper than mall prices.A wide array of ethnic products including hand embroidered products, Tibetan art products, wooden items, clay and mud items were displayed at various stalls. Mar 28, 2014
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It happens: Sachin Tendulkar Unveils World s Largest Digital Photo Mosaic Of Himself

Mumbai, March 28 (ANI): Legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar felt overwhelmed as he unveiled world's largest digital photo mosaic of himself in Mumbai. The photo mosaic was adapted from a painting created by ace painter, Viveek Sharma, titled 'Eye of the Tiger', which draws parallel between the tiger and the iconic batsman for his strength and valiant acts of courage, bravery and precision. The original painting by Sharma, which illustrates Tendulkar is akin to the 'King of the Jungle' and the ruler of the Earth, was also unveiled at the event. Meanwhile, Tendulkar also thanked his fans for immense support. Sachin left the game after playing more Test matches (200), scoring the most test (15,921) and one-day international (18,426) runs, and compiling more test (51) and one-day (49) hundreds than any other player in cricket history. Mar 28, 2014