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India Signs MoU with U.S. on Labor Empowerment

India and the United States have singed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on labor and empowerment which covers cooperation in the areas of skill development, youth employment, occupational safety and health and mines safety. Feb 4, 2012
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New Zealand School to Teach Sanskrit

In a bid to enhance the learning process of children a school in New Zealand teaches Sanskrit as a "base of study" and as a "road map for understanding English". Feb 3, 2012
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PM Should Resign over 2G Scam, Says BJP

After the Supreme Court revoked all 122 telecoms licences, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on moral grounds. Feb 3, 2012
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Martyrs' Day: India Pays Homage (PHOTOS)

The country held services across the country, in memory of freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for a free and independent India. The Government of India led by example, honoring martyrs at Raj Ghat in New Delhi, on Monday. Jan 30, 2012
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Assembly Elections: Heavy Polling in Manipur

As the voting of Manipur Assembly election 2012 was started at 7 am voters in the state are coming out of their house to exercise their franchise admits restriction by rebel groups on Saturdays. Jan 28, 2012
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Russia: Appeal Planned Against Gita Verdict

Prosecutors in Russia are planning to file an appeal against a verdict that rejected their call to ban a translated version of the holy book of the Hindus, the Bhagavad Gita, which they describe as "extremist literature." Jan 27, 2012
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NBC Removes Objectionable Term After Hindus Protest

National Broadcasting Company (NBC), Chicago, which sparked an outrage among the Hindus with its commentary on an ice hockey match, has removed the objectionable term "weird" from its Web site. Jan 27, 2012