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Conjoined twin girls sharing common liver separated

Conjoined twin girls sharing common liver separated

26 Nov 2014

Gurgaon: Two-month old twin girls, who were joined at the abdomen and shared a common liver since birth have been separated after a complex surgery performed at a city hospital. This is one of the rare pair of conjoined twins joined at  the liver to be successfully separated, claimed the doctors.

Conjoined twin,   Conjoined girls,   twins sharing common liver,   Chief Liver Surgeon,   Dr A S Soin,   Medanta,  
Swaraj, Aziz meet briefly on SAARC sidelines

Swaraj, Aziz meet briefly on SAARC sidelines

25 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday interacted briefly with Pakistan Prime Minister's Advisor on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz here on the margins of the SAARC Foreign Minister's meeting during which they exchanged pleasantries.

Sushma Swaraj,   SAARC,   Sartaj Aziz ,   Narendra Modi. Abdul Basit,  
Manjhi terms no entry remark on central ministers 'sweet joke'

Manjhi terms no entry remark on central ministers 'sweet joke'

25 Nov 2014

Patna: Under attack from BJP for his comment that seven union ministers from Bihar would not be allowed entry into state, Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Tuesday retracted and termed the comment as 'sweet joke'.

Jitan Ram Manjhi,   JD(U) government,   A P J Abdul Kalam,   Nitish Kumar,   Shyam Rajak,  
Manjhi submits 9th annual report of JD(U) government

Manjhi submits 9th annual report of JD(U) government

25 Nov 2014

Patna: Bihar is on the path to fulfill former president A P J Abdul Kalam's Vision 2020, Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Wednesday said, even as he expressed satisfaction that he had 'sincerely' carried forward the development agenda of his predecessor Nitish Kumar.

Jitan Ram Manjhi,   JD(U) government,   A P J Abdul Kalam,   Nitish Kumar,   Shyam Rajak,  
Poll bustling now replaces bullet roaring in Bandipora

Poll bustling now replaces bullet roaring in Bandipora

24 Nov 2014

Bandipora: The staccato of gunfire has been replaced by sounds of poll sloganeering in Bandipora, which once witnessed frequent encounters between militants and security forces but is now gripped by election fever.

Bandipora,   poll slogans,   militants and security forces,   Usman Abdul Majid,   Mufti Sayeed,   Jammu and Kashmir,   ,  
PMK leader condemns cancellation of railway projects in Tamil Nadu

PMK leader condemns cancellation of railway projects in Tamil Nadu

24 Nov 2014

Madurai: PMK founder has claimed that 14 railway projects planned for Tamil Nadu have been cancelled and termed it as a backward step. Railways had cancelled 160 projects in Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka. But the cost and importance of the projects cancelled in Tamil Nadu were more, PMK founder leader, Dr S Ramadoss said in a statement here.

PMK founder,   TN railway projects,   Tamil Nadu,   railway projects cancellation,   Dr S Ramadoss,   railway ministry,  
High Court turns down bail of 2003 Mumbai blasts accused

High Court turns down bail of 2003 Mumbai blasts accused

19 Aug 2012

In a new development in 2003 Mumbai triple blasts case, the Bombay High Court has cancelled the bail of Dr Wahid Abdul Shaikh, one of the accused, observing that there was prima facie evidence against him.

2003 Mumbai blasts,   2003 Mumbai triple blasts case,   Dr Wahid Abdul Shaikh,  
US aid worker Kassig's parents 'heartbroken' by his beheading

US aid worker Kassig's parents 'heartbroken' by his beheading

17 Nov 2014

Washington: US aid worker Peter Kassig's parents said they were "heartbroken" by the death of their son, after his beheading by Islamic State militants was shown in a video.

Peter Kassig,   Abdul-Rahman Peter Kassig,   Abdul-Rahman,   Barack Obama,   IS,   ISIS ,  
India-Pakistan cricket ties to resume next year, says envoy

India-Pakistan cricket ties to resume next year, says envoy

17 Nov 2014

Hyderabad: India and Pakistan will resume their cricket ties with a series next year, Pakistan's High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit said here on Sunday.

India,   Pakistan,   Cricket,   Pakistan,   High Commissioner to India,   Abdul Basit ,  
Mobile transaction users to hit two billion by 2017:Report

Mobile transaction users to hit two billion by 2017:Report

18 Nov 2014

London: Over two billion mobile phone or tablet users will make some form of mobile commerce transaction globally by the end of 2017, up from 1.6 billion this year, according to a new report.

Mobiles Phone,   Smartphone,   eCommerce,   Jupiter Research,   Facebook,   FourSquare,  Dr Windsor Holden.,  

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