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Paramilitary forces of India and Bangladesh meet in Dhaka

Dhaka, Sep 15 (ANI): India's paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF) met its Bangladeshi counterparts in Dhaka on Sunday for a four-day conference to discuss several border-related issues. The conference, which began on Saturday, is chaired by Director General of BSF and that of the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB). Sep 15, 2013
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Modi is choice of RSS, not of common man: CPI

Patna, Sep 15 (ANI): CPI Leader, Gurudas Dasgupta on Sunday hit out at Gujarat Chief and BJP's PM Candidate, Narendra Modi saying Modi might be RSS's choice, however, people of the country will never accept him. Sep 15, 2013
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Delhi women run for cause of breast cancer awareness

New Delhi, Sep 15 (ANI): Women participated in an exclusive series of runs to promote breast cancer awareness on Sunday in an event named the 'Pinkathon- 2013' in New Delhi. Initiated by Bollywood actor and endurance runner Milind Soman, the event featured three categories of 10, 5 and 3 kilometres respectively. The runners were flagged off by actress Gul Panag. Sep 15, 2013
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Residents of Bangalore walk for greener environment

Bangalore/Vadodra, Sep 15 (ANI): Residents of India's IT hub Bangalore organised a go green marathon on Sunday to create awareness among people about healthier and pollution free environment. About 500 people participated in a walkathon, which emphasized on promoting the cause of having a clean and green city. Sep 15, 2013
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Leaders should learn meaning of secularism from Indian soldiers: Modi

Rewari, Sep 15 (ANI): While addressing the people during his first rally as BJP's PM candidate in Rewari town off Haryana, Narendra Modi on Sunday said that leaders in India have stooped really low for vote bank and that they should learn the meaning of secularism from the Indian soldiers, who work for no community, but just for the nation. He also blamed the New Delhi government for inflicting politics of communalism in the pure secular army. Modi also added that because of negligence towards Indian army, youths in today's nation don't want to join army. Sep 15, 2013
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Modi advocates for self-reliance in defence sector

Rewari, Sep 15 (ANI): As Gujarat chief minister and BJP's newly announced PM candidate Narendra Modi addressed the people during his first rally in Rewari district of Haryana, he said that the country's military and defence sector should be self-reliant and not dependent on foreign import of arms and ammunitions. Further, he said that such imports are harmful in the sense that one cannot rely on the other country whose foreign policy tends to differ from India. Sep 15, 2013
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Modi hails soldiers for saving lives of Uttarakhand flood victims

Rewari, Sep 15 (ANI): In his first rally at Rewari in Haryana after being elevated as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate for the 2014 General Elections, Narendra Modi, Sunday, lauded the armed forces for saving the lives of the Uttarakhand flood victims. Modi called India the land of bravehearts. Sep 15, 2013
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Modi targets Congress, JD (U); says don't insult our soldiers

Rewari, Sep 15 (ANI): Delivering his first speech after being elevated as the BJP's prime ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi targeted the Congress over the killings of Indian soldiers at the LoC. Hitting at Defence Minister A.K. Antony for his 'terrorist wearing Pakistan Army uniforms' remark, he said the leaders should refrain from insulting the soldiers. Modi also pointed fingers at the JD (U) for the insensitive remarks made by its leaders about the Indian Army. Sep 15, 2013
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Nuclear-capable 'Agni-5' successfully tested for second time

Wheeler Island, SEP 15 (ANI): The country's most deterrent nuclear capable ballistic missile, Agni-5 has been successfully test fired from Chandipur Test Range in Balasore district off Odisha coast. The missile was launched at 8.45 on Sunday morning. The Agni-5 can carry a single nuclear warhead of over 1000 kg and can strike with precision targets in China and Europe. Sep 15, 2013
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Secular tourism on communal riots in UP: Naqvi

New Delhi, Sep 15 (ANI): As UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav visits riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, a week after the communal clashes started there, BJP Vice President Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi taunted Yadav saying that this is a secular tourism on communal riots that happened in the town. Naqvi further said that there won't be any benefit of this 'secular tourism' and it would further intensify the pain people are going through. Talking about the statement given by SP leader Azam Khan, he said that people who died were neither Muslims nor Hindus, they were human beings. Sep 15, 2013
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Nuclear-capable 'Agni-5' successfully tested; India can be legitimately proud

New Delhi, Sep 15 (ANI): Even as the country's most deterrent nuclear capable ballistic missile, Agni-5 was successfully test fired from Chandipur Test Range in Balasore district off Odisha coast, on Sunday, Defence Analyst Commodore (Retd) C Uday Bhaskar said that India can be legitimately proud now, however, it does not mean the country has strategical development in operations. Sep 15, 2013