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The odd, crazy world we live in! 9.10.2015 Rediff: News
These 12 photographs show what a mad, mad world we live in!
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'Fan' Gadkari slams Sena for protesting against Ghulam Ali 9.10.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Road transport minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday criticized Shiv Sena protesting against the musical show by famous Pakistani Ghazal singer Ghulam ...
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Doonites wield the paint brush for a cleaner city 8.10.2015 TOI: Cities
What happens when a bunch of Doon youngsters decide to get down on the road and clean the walls at the heart of the city on the occasion of Bapu's birthday - you get to see a more beautiful Doon with vibrant wall ...
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Intercollege photography competition to be held in Chennai 8.10.2015 Chennai News, Tamil News, Chennai City News, Tamil Nadu News | TOI City News
An intercollege photography competition – Panora – will be held at the Asan Memorial College of Arts and Science here on ...
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Rihanna: five things we learnt from her invite-only album event 8.10.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
We may finally have reason to believe Rihanna’s eighth album is around the corner after the artwork for her new album Anti was debuted at Los Angeles’ Mama Gallery. But what else did the pop diva reveal? In the end it was a very Rihanna thing to do. Having trailed her eighth album – referred to by her fans as #R8 and now officially titled Anti – for the best part of two years, Rihanna suddenly announced a special, invitation-only event in Los Angeles. Despite a recent NME interview in which she confirmed the album wasn’t finished, it felt like something was finally about to happen. Would she be letting the audience hear her new songs? Perhaps she’d use it as an excuse to “do a Beyoncé” and announce the album and then chuck it straight on to a streaming site. Maybe she’d throw everyone in the back of a van and take them to an airport and fly them around the world for a week. In the end, she got everyone excited for what was essentially the announcement of an album title and the unveiling of the artwork – ...
RSS-BJP protest against beef fest turns violent in Tirur 8.10.2015 TOI: India
A beef festival organized by the campus union of Tirur regional campus of Sree Shankara University of Sanskrit on Thursday turned violent after a group of local BJP and RSS workers protested the festival on ...
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Bollywood asks: 'Are we at war with Pakistan?' 8.10.2015 Rediff: Movies
A look at the top tweets from your favourite Bollywood celebrities.
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How wool got cool 8.10.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page

From faux taxidermy to yarn bombing, a new generation has turned knitting into a radical art form

According to the knitting activist Betsy Greer, most people who knit have a realisation that leads them to it – a kind of woolly “Aha” moment. For some, it’s about learning at their grandmother’s knee, but for an increasing number of us it’s an experience in our 20s or 30s (or beyond) when a friend teaches us how to wield a pair of needles and we suddenly realise, “Hey, this is quite easy. And relaxing. And I get a scarf out of it.”

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Why BJP MLAs beat up this MLA in the J&K assembly 8.10.2015 Rediff: Interviews
'I should not have lifted my hand, but whoever eats the meat of a cow, whom we Hindus consider our mother, these things will happen.'
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Activist Rahul Easwar attacked for not supporting beef festival in Kerala, alleges 'left wing fascism' 8.10.2015 DNA: Money
The issue of beef ban has become a hot burning topic across India with unfortunate incident in Dadri even making international headlines and Kerala is no exception to it. On one side there are students and lecturer Deepa Nishanth who are supporting the beef fest in Sree Kerala Varma College, Thrissur, Kerala. And on the other, ABVP and Yuva Morcha are demanding that the college take action against her. Now, activist and author Rahul Easwar has been attacked in a college in Kerala for not supporting beef ban. This on a day when a MLA in Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was attacked by BJP MLAs for hosting a beef party.   Speaking to dna, Rahul says that he had gone to MSM college in Kayamkulam for an event where he was supposed to speak on cyber security and pre-marital education.  When he came out of the lecture, Easwar saw that the college gates were being closed and he was stopped by around 25 students. They asked Easwar to support the beef fest and he flatly refused stating that he was neither supporting ...
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Amrita Sher-Gil self-potrait sold for 1.7 mn pounds in London 8.10.2015 TOI: India
Amrita Sher-Gil self-potrait sold for 1.7 mn pounds in London
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Union MoS Sudarshan to participate in Rani Gaidinliu birth centenary celebration 8.10.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Union MoS Sudarshan to participate in Rani Gaidinliu birth centenary celebration
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Rani Gaidinliu function 8.10.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Rani Gaidinliu function
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3 Lamlai Councillors join BJP 8.10.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
3 Lamlai Councillors join BJP
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40 Modi rallies, 40 star campaigners: BJP on overdrive in Bihar 8.10.2015 Rediff: News
Now, that's how desperately Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to win Bihar. M I Khan reports from Patna
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After Mumbai, Ghulam Ali's concert in Pune also cancelled 8.10.2015 DNA: Urban Tales
Amid protests by the Shiv Sena, Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam Ali's concert that was scheduled to be held in Pune on October 10 has also been cancelled. On Wednesday, the ghazal maestro's Mumbai concert was cancelled following threats from the Shiv Sena. In a stern warning to the Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP Government in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena said that they are not opposing Ghulam Ali but the terrorism spread by his country. The Shiv Sena's film wing "Chitrapat Sena" had earlier in a letter to the management of the Shanmughananda Hall said that they would have to face the anger of the party and other patriotic people if it went ahead with the programme featuring the artist from Pakistan. The show was cancelled after Randhir Roy, the organiser of the concert, said that Ghulam Ali would not be coming for the event scheduled on October 9. The Delhi Government has invited the Pakistani singer to perform in the national capital after his concert in Mumbai was cancelled. Asserting that music has no ...
'Only 5-10% benefitted from reservation' 8.10.2015 Rediff: Interviews
'When the youth population is so large, in a globalised world, they look for opportunities. Are there enough opportunities for the youth in India?'
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President fills PM's voice vacuum 8.10.2015 Telegraph: Front Page
President Pranab Mukherjee today cautioned against deviation from "the core values of our civilisation" that celebrate diversity and advocate plurality - a statement that stood out against the backdrop of the Dadri lynching and the Prime Minister's silence on the matter.
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Modi government working only for rich: Rahul Gandhi 8.10.2015 TOI: India
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being more bothered about the presentation of his foreign visits and clothes than the plight of farmers or the poor in ...
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A hashtag shouldn't make men fear for their lives. They already have a safe space – most of the world 8.10.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Bahar Mustafa may have said stupid things on Twitter, but no one is mortally wounded by speech alone. Student unions involved in no-platforming should remember that Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women, there remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation and destroy the male sex. If I put this on Twitter would you call the police? It’s the best first line of anything ever. It’s from Valerie Solanas’s Scum Manifesto . I don’t think like this all of the time because I am nice. Also, in a long history of offending people, I can still never quite tell what will upset who. I regret the time, for instance, when I mocked morris dancers because they are super-organised and really come back at ...
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