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Buoyed by healthy farm output and narrowing current account deficit, India is the seventh most economically confident country in the world, a study by global research firm Ipsos has said.
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The UAE capital saw a five-day-long celebration of ancient Kerala art forms.
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Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter was today elected president of the Alpine country for 2014, taking over from Defence Minister Ueli Maurer.
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A five-day International Koodiyattam and Kathakali Festival (IKKF), showcasing the ancient and highly structured classical performing arts of Kerala, began in Dubai Thursday, a media report said.
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The country's sugar production is likely to drop by nearly three percent to 24.4 million tonnes this year, but sufficient to meet the domestic demand, Food Minister K V Thomas said Thursday.
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Kiradech Aphibarnrat will look to follow up on his impressive tied-fifth place finish in the individual category of the World Cup of Golf with a good showing at the Thailand Golf Championship in two weeks’ time.
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A Sri Lankan official said on Tuesday that no Commonwealth country has the right to judge others.
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Josh Brolin was allegedly involved in a small bar fight with a bouncer recently.
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Kenny Rogers, Bobby Bare and the late Jack Clement are the newest additions in Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.
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Josh Brolin is in talks to join `Jurrasic World` as one of the leads.
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India attaches great importance to its relations with Hungary, President Pranab Mukherjee said Thursday.
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Pakistan has blocked access to its first website designed to help gay people meet and support each other in the staunchly conservative Muslim country, the website said on Thursday.
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