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PM Modi to visit Australia this week for G-20 summit

New Delhi, Nov 11 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi would visit Australia from November 16-18 for G-20 summit later this week, said foreign ministry official. India wants to keep a so-called 'peace clause' that protects its huge state food purchases until the World Trade Organization can strike a definitive deal on stockpiling. As originally envisaged in Bali, the clause would expire in four years. India’s foreign ministry official Anil Wadhwa said Modi`s visit to Australia would improve and strengthen relations between the two countries. India would also discuss contours of an agreement between US, Japan, India and Australia to check Chinese influence in the region. The Prime Minister will hold delegation-level talks with his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott, and will address the Parliament in Canberra. He will have political-business community meetings in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. The Prime Minister will also participate in the G-20 Summit in Australia, following which he shall travel to Fiji after a gap of 33 years. Modi will also visit Myanmar before his visit to Australia and Fiji. Nov 11, 2014
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Indian Embassy in Sri Lanka got copy of verdict against fishermen: MEA

New Delhi, Nov 11 (ANI): The Indian High Commission in Sri Lanka obtained a copy of the judgment that gave death sentence to five fishermen, said foreign ministry spokesperson in New Delhi. The court has convicted five Indian fishermen on the charge of drug trafficking. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said that the embassy had approached best legal brains in Sri Lanka to appeal against the verdict. However, Akbaruddin refused to comment on the BJP leader Subramanian Swamy’s statement over the transfer of five fishermen to an Indian jail under a bilateral agreement. Earlier on Monday, Swamy had said the deadlock was broken after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke with Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on the issue. Nov 11, 2014
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Police arrest two youths in Punjab for allegedly leaking important information to Pakistan

Firozpur, Nov 11 (ANI): Police arrested two youths near a border village in Punjab allegedly for leaking important information to neighbouring Pakistan. The two suspects, hailing from Bhopal city in Madhya Pradesh, were nabbed by police in a hotel near cantonment area of a border village in Firozpur district of Punjab. According to Superintendent of Police, Firozpur, Vibhor Kumar, the youths were in constant touch with a woman in Pakistan through Facebook and whatsApp and had also received money through MoneyGram transfer from her. The police have also seized two rare species of scorpions from their possession. Nov 11, 2014
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Workers from diverse communities congregate at incense stick making unit

Jharkhand, Nov 10 (ANI): Sahibganj, located in the eastern state of Jharkhand, is known as place of sahibs or masters. The district houses people of various communities including Hindus and Muslims, who share a common bond of oneness and mutual understanding. It is in this backdrop that people of different religious beliefs don’t hesitate in working and helping each other to earn a better living, enabling communal harmony in the area. A similar example is set by the women of the district, who without any religious bias, work together in an incense stick making unit. Nov 11, 2014
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People from different faiths flock at the Urs of Saint Sai Baba

Jammu & Kashmir, Nov 10 (ANI): Sufism has always influenced Kashmiris since age. The land of Jammu & Kashmir has been blessed by the preaching of Sufi saints who have lived here from centuries. One them is Sain Sai Baba of Poonch district. Sai Baba throughout his life spread Sufism in the area by spreading the message of communal harmony and amity among people. The Urs celebrated here not only witnesses the devotees who preach his teaching but also follows them with utmost devotion. It is believed that wishes of the devotees who come from all across the country are fulfilled here. Nov 11, 2014