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Arun Jaitley assures more funds in substitute for AP special status...
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A known economic reformer, AP Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu had a prized catch in the form of World Bank and KFW. He once again proved that the relation
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On Saturday, TDP MLA A Revanth Reddy stated that the candidates named by TRS in MLC polls are the defectors from Telugu Desam Party and Congress when the Telang
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Realistic portrayals draw applause

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In a horrendous act, a father turned into a monster for his daughter as he turned out to be a rapist and a killer. A 15 year old tribal girl was found dead on Friday on the outskirts of Bantwaram mand....

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Matrimonial Ad for gay son stirs lively debate

When Mumbai-based Harish Iyer's mother Padma placed a matrimonial advertisement in a Mumbai tabloid for her gay son, she never thought it would generate a debate across and outside the country.

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Ton-up Kane Williamson savours Lord`s buzz

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UK honour for Neel Mukherjee

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BJP lets crisis fester

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