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BJP membership touches 10.5 crore, becomes 'largest party' in <strong>world</strong>: Amit Shah

BJP membership touches 10.5 crore, becomes 'largest party' in world: Amit Shah

01 May 2015

New Delhi: BJP on Thursday claimed that the party's membership has touched around 10.5 crore and it has emerged as the "largest party" in the world.

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Kate Middleton in labour, admitted to hospital in UK

Kate Middleton in labour, admitted to hospital in UK

02 May 2015

London: Kate Middleton was today admitted to St Mary's Hospital in London in the early stages of labour.The 33-year-old Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, where her first baby Prince George was born in July 2013.

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 'Kick', 'Bang Bang!' nominated for stunt <strong>awards</strong> in US

'Kick', 'Bang Bang!' nominated for stunt awards in US

13 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Bollywood blockbusters 'Kick' and 'Bang Bang!' have been nominated in Taurus World Stunt Awards alongside Hollywood biggies like 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' and 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'.

Kick,   Bang Bang,   stunt awards,   US,   Taurus World Stunt Awards,   Salman Khan,   Hrithik Roshan,   Bollywood films,   latest news,  
<strong>World</strong> champion Australia extends lead over India in ODI rankings

World champion Australia extends lead over India in ODI rankings

30 Apr 2015

Dubai: World Cup winner Australia has doubled its lead over second-ranked India on the Reliance ICC ODI Team Rankings from six to 12 points while the West Indies, Bangladesh and Pakistan are now locked in a tight struggle for the remaining two slots in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

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It's a girl! Britain's Duchess Kate gives birth to second baby

It's a girl! Britain's Duchess Kate gives birth to second baby

02 May 2015

London: The wait for Prince William's second baby was finally over as his wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, today gave birth to a baby girl.The baby was "safely delivered" at 8:34 am local time(0734 GMT), Kensington Palace said in a statement.

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Blatter praises Asian soccer for moving out of murky waters

Blatter praises Asian soccer for moving out of murky waters

30 Apr 2015

MANAMA: FIFA president Sepp Blatter praised the president of the Asian Football Confederation Shaikh Salman of Bahrain for "cleaning up" the confederation in a speech to delegates at the AFC's congress on Thursday.

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Maldives police arrest Opposition leaders after clashes

Maldives police arrest Opposition leaders after clashes

02 May 2015

Male: Authorities in the Maldives arrested three opposition leaders and nearly 200 other people after clashes erupted between police and protesters demanding the resignation of the country's president and the release of a jailed ex-leader.

Maldives police,   Maldives,   Opposition leaders,   Opposition,   Maldivian Democratic Party,   Ameen Ibrahim,   Jumhooree,   Republican Party,   Latest World News,  
Sheikh Salman re-elected as AFC president by acclamation

Sheikh Salman re-elected as AFC president by acclamation

30 Apr 2015

MANAMA: Shaikh Salman bin Ebrahim al Khalifa of Bahrain was re-elected unopposed as the president of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) at the confederation's congress on Thursday.

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Nepal quake toll rises to 6,624; fresh aftershock felt

Nepal quake toll rises to 6,624; fresh aftershock felt

02 May 2015

Kathmandu: The death toll in Nepal's devastating earthquake on Saturday jumped to 6,624 with another 14,025 people injured as the government struggles to deal with the scale of the disaster.

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John Kerry arrives in Sri Lanka to support Sirisena 's efforts in boosing democracy

John Kerry arrives in Sri Lanka to support Sirisena 's efforts in boosing democracy

02 May 2015

Colombo: US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived here on Saturday on a two-day visit to express support to the new Sri Lankan government's efforts to boost democracy, human rights and ensure reconciliation with Tamils.

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