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December 16, 2007

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64 pc polling in second phase of Gujarat Assembly polls
Around 64 per cent of the Gujarat electorate today voted in the second and final phase of State Assembly elections. ANI

Congress woos voters by promising to make Himachal an educational hub
Campaigning for the Congress party ahead of the second phase of Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections, party General Secretary Rahul Gandhi today promised to develop the State as an educational hub. ANI

Inspired by Dharmendra, Punjabi actor Kumar Sahil all set for Bollywood
Kumar Sahil of Ludhiana is being touted as the next heartthrob of Bollywood. ANI

Farmers delighted as Naga King Chilli goes international
Naga King Chilli, touted as the hottest chilli in the world is vying for its rightful place in the world. The first phase of filing of Intellectual Property Rights has begun. ANI

Naxalites attack jail in Dantewada, secure release of 303 inmates
In a major blow to the security system in Chhattisgarh, the Naxalites today attacked a jail in Dantewada and freed 303 inmates of which 40 were Maoist leaders. ANI

Paks nuke weapons largely safe, says Indian NSA
Indias National Security Advisor M K Narayanan has said that Pakistans nuclear weapons are largely in safe hands. ANI

Hindu activists paint Lord Rama with blood to protest against Sethu Samundram project
Activists of the Bajrang Dal and Rashtriya Swabhiman Andolan have donated blood to make painting of Lord Rama to protest against the construction of the Sethu Samundram Canal Project. ANI

India looks forward to induct nuclear capable Akash missile in IAF
India is looking forward to induct the indigenously developed surface-to-air nuclear capable Akash missile into the Indian Air Force (IAF), as only few tests are left to be carried out before the final decision is taken on it. ANI

Congress confident of getting absolute majority in Himachal polls
With three days left for the final voting in the 65 seats of Himachal Pradesh Assembly, the ruling Congress party in the State expressed confidence of getting an absolute majority. ANI

UP issues smart cards to check infiltration in border areas
Uttar Pradesh government is issuing microchip based multipurpose smart cards, which will double up as identification cards, in the border areas, and help to check illegal immigration. ANI

Advani sowed seed of terrorism in the country, says Congress leader Moily
On the day Gujarat went for the final phase of voting for the Assembly elections, the Congress party on Sunday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) sowed the seed of terrorism in the country by demolishing the Babri Masjid. ANI

Unmarried girls act oxen for a day in Bihar!

Samstipur (Bihar): Farmers of Pagta hamlet in Bihars Samastipur District have a unique custom that requires spinsters to till the land for a day following a centuries old ritual. ANI

Puducherry students paint 1,829 metres long banner on global warming
Three thousand students from different schools and colleges have created a 6,000 feet long banner in Puducherry to draw public attention on global warming during a science exhibition and set a world record. ANI

The day Bangladesh was born / Article
Army. The Mukti Bahini was supported by the Indian Army, which was engaged in an overall conflict with Pakistan, both on the Western border and in East Pakistan. ANI

Modi confident of retaining power in Gujarat
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today reiterated his claim that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will post a historic win in the assembly elections. ANI

Chandrayaan I to remain as a remote sensing mission
Indias first unmanned mission to the moon will be a remote sensing mission with an objective to do the chemical and mineral mapping. ANI

Voting begins for the final phase of polls in Gujarat
Voting for the second and the final phase of the Gujarat Assembly elections began today amidst tight security. ANI

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