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Mini-libraries bringing US neighborhoods together

"Take a book, bring a book", that's the motto of the Free Little Libraries movement. Book lovers across the US install wooden boxes in their driveways to share their favorite books with their neighbors. Duration: 01:48 Nov 14, 2013
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Tea seller cannot become PM, says Naresh Agarwal; Cong disagrees

Bhopal, Nov 13 (ANI): Even as Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agarwal has sparked fresh controversy by taking a dig at BJP’s PM Candidate, Narendra Modi saying that a person who used to sell tea can never be nationalist in his views, and cannot be a PM, the Congress on Wednesday said anyone could aspire and become the PM of the country. Nov 13, 2013
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Secular syndicate plagued with Dengue depression: BJP on Naresh Agarwal

New Delhi, Nov 13 (ANI): The BJP on Wednesday hit back at Samajwadi Party leader Naresh Agarwal for saying that a person who used to sell tea can never be nationalist in his views, and cannot be a PM, indirectly referring to BJP’s PM Candidate, Narendra Modi saying the so-called secular syndicate of the country was plagued with Dengue depression. Nov 13, 2013
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Campa Cola demolition: Prithviraj Chavan defends himself

New Delhi, Nov 13 (ANI): Reacting on the Campa Cola society demolition stay put by the Supreme Court, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan on Wednesday defended himself saying that the apex court’s order was very harsh as it asked no state authorities to interfere with its order for razing the flats. Chavan also said that his government’s “sympathy” is with its residents and it will consider legal options available. Nov 13, 2013
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Voters defy Maoists in Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh/ New Delhi, Nov 13 (ANI): A historic voter turnout of 67 per cent was registered in the first phase of Assembly elections in Chhattisgarh on November 11. Naxal strongholds like Bastar and Rajnandgaon districts witnessed the heaviest turnout in a decade, while some constituencies witnessed a turnout of up to 75 per cent. The Naxals tried to disrupt polling in some areas. They killed security personnel in Dantewada and Kanker. In comparison to 2008, the scale of violence was limited. However, the turnout this time is especially significant because the Naxals had repeatedly called for a boycott of the vote, and warned villagers to stay away. The second and final phase of voting for the 90-member House in Chhattisgarh will be held on November 19. Counting is scheduled for December 8. Nov 13, 2013