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BJP sets deadline for Kejriwal to sack Somnath Bharti

New Delhi, Jan 24 (ANI): BJP gave Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal time till January 26 to sack Law Minister Somnath Bharti who is involved in a controversy over a midnight raid that he led where four Ugandan women were allegedly mistreated. Meanwhile, JD (U) leader Shoaib Iqbal also pressed that Bharti should step down. Law Minister Kapil Sibal also criticised Kejriwal and said that he should spend more time in his office than on streets protesting. Jan 24, 2014
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Rajiv Gandhi assassination: Nalini seeks month s parole to visit ailing father

Chennai/ New Delhi, Jan 24 (ANI): Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's assassin, S Nalini approached Madras High Court in Tamil Nadu and sought 30 days parole to visit her ailing father. Nalini is confined in a special prison for women at Vellore Tamil Nadu for the past 22 years. Nalini had accompanied a suicide bomber squad to the election rally in Sriperumbudur where Rajiv Gandhi was killed on May 21, 1991. Earlier on Tuesday, in a landmark judgment the Supreme Court of India commuted death sentence giving life term to 15 death row inmates. Jan 24, 2014
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Delhi residents back Somnath Bharti, says he did what police could not

New Delhi, Jan 24 (ANI): A group of women residing in Khirki Extension of the national capital wrote a letter in support of Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti who is involved in a controversy over a midnight raid where four Ugandan women were allegedly mistreated. A group of women were present at the office of Delhi Commission for Women and said that they were facing problems from a very long time. Last week, after receiving complaints from the residents of Malviya Nagar area, Bharti and his supporters called the police to bust an alleged prostitution and drug racket. Jan 24, 2014
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China's 'King' eater has more to stomach

After swallowing two dozen bowls of noodles, the surprisingly lean man described as China's "Big Stomach King" has barely broken sweat and announces his hunger for more. Duration: 01:09 Jan 24, 2014
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Texting while walking can play havoc with posture and balance

New Delhi, Jan 24 (ANI): A new study suggests that texting on your phone while walking alters posture and balance. Scientists lead by Siobhan Schabrun from the University of Queensland studied the effect of mobile phone use on body movement while walking in 26 healthy individuals. Each person walked at a comfortable pace in a straight line over a distance of approximately 8.5 m while doing one of three tasks: walking without the use of a phone, reading text on a mobile phone, or typing text on a mobile phone. Jan 24, 2014
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Greenpeace demo in Davos targets Gazprom

In the Swiss resort of Davos, a number of Greenpeace activists donned polar bear suits to demonstrate against Gazprom's arctic drilling which began in December. Duration: 00:44 Jan 24, 2014
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Stigma fades but leprosy still a threat in Senegal

Along the Atlantic coast of Senegal lies the country's largest former leper colony. Officially designated as a "social rehabilitation village", MBalling's inhabitants wish it could return to being simply a village like any other. Duration: 02:28 Jan 24, 2014
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Spain's unemployed struggle daily to make ends meet

After five years of stop-start recession sparked by a 2008 property crash, Spain began to show economic growth in the third quarter of 2013 but activity has been too meagre to deliver a significant number of new jobs. Duration: 00:50 Jan 24, 2014
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Despite progress leprosy still a threat in Senegal

The Petite Cote, the sun-drenched heart of Senegal's tourist industry, boasts mile-upon-mile of shimmering Atlantic coastline shaded by towering cocoa palms -- and the country's largest former leper colony. Duration: 01:13 Jan 24, 2014