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KOZHIKODE, 9 SEP. Surabhi Lakshmi was in for a surprise and shock when an episode aired on a channel during Onam left her badly trolled.

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BENGALURU, 12 SEP. Possession of swords, machetes, kirpans (religious symbol of the Sikhs) and kukris (traditional Nepali Gurkha knives) has been banned in Bengaluru.

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BENGALURU, 2 SEPT. The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) is likely to shut nearly 800 engineering colleges across the country from the next academic year. The decision is believed to have been taken owing to a low rate of admissions and poor infrastructure.

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NEW DELHI, SEP. Recently, Akshay Kumar along with Hon’ble Union Minister of India Rajnath Singh launched an app and website ‘Bharat Ke Veer’, which enabled people to contribute financially towards the families of martyred soldiers.

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CHENNAI, 26 AUG. India is now the largest two wheeler market globally, by volume, for Japanese automobile major Honda. Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India's (HMSI) volume contribution globally hit 32% in the first quarter of this financial year -its highest ever so far.

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SINGAPORE, 2 SEPT. Indian-origin veteran civil servant J.Y. Pillay on Friday took over as Singapore's acting President until a new head of the state is elected later this month.

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MUMBAI, 4 SEPT. Actor Bobby Darling has filed for divorce from her husband, Ramneek Sharma, citing domestic violence and unnatural sex. Speaking with Bombay Times, the actor said, “Ramneek would beat me up after getting drunk and accuse me of having extramarital affairs with every second man.”

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MELBOURNE, 12 SEP. The members of the Australian Hindu community are shocked on the blindness of the Australian authorities in releasing a Meat & Livestock Australia's ad 'You Never Lamb Alone' for sale of Australian lamb where Lord Ganesh has been implied to eat lamb.

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By Srini Vasan MELBOURNE, 19 AUG. On a cold Melbourne night, the Hindu Organisations, Temples and Associations (HOTA) celebrated Raksha Bandhan festival with representatives from community organisations including various levels of government, enjoyed an evening of reflection, networking, and recognition of inspiring women, cultural celebration and a warming vegetarian banquet.

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Ruchika Rawat of “Roo and Joey” was amongst the Top National finalists in the 2017 AusMumpreneur Sustainability Award.

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