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DMK activists protest against Vedantis remarks
Activists of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) took to the streets in Tamil Nadu today to protest against the alleged remarks made by Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Ram Vilas Vedanti for beheading DMK chief M Karunanidhi for the latters remarks on Lord Ram, even as Vedanti denied having issued any fatwa. ANI

Ram Setu issue wont affect Congress-DMK relations: Karunanidhi
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi has ruled out the possibility of any strain in the relationship between his Dravid Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK) and the Congress party over the Sethusamudram Ship Canal Project. ANI

Left not against nuclear power, but Indo-US deal: Karat
Close on the heels of statements given by senior Left leaders Jyoti Basu and Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on the need of nuclear energy, Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leader Prakash Karat today said the Left parties were in favour of nuclear power, but opposed the Indo-US deal. ANI

Andhra continues to reel under floods as death toll rises to 58
Floods caused by heavy rains for days continued to disrupt normal life in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday, as the death toll due to floods reached 58. ANI

Sikkim beauty contest back on track
Sikkim has revived beauty contests in the State by organising Thunder Miss Sikkim 2007 recently, which saw participation of thirteen contestants to show a mix of tradition and modernity. ANI

Jammu cobbler wants his tiny footwear to get into record books
A cobbler in Jammu has developed a liking for making miniature footwear with a wish to get his feat recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records, or its Indian counterpart, the Limca Book of Records. ANI

African snails pose threat to coastal Kerala
Giant African snails are posing a serious threat in the coastal regions of Kerala, where locals have spotted it in a large number along the walls of buildings, on trees and even plants. ANI

Young monks hone skills in Tibetan Buddhism in Dharamsala
Young Tibetans-in-exile undergo training in the monasteries in Dharamsala to understand the nuances of the Tibetan Buddhism. ANI

Postage stamp for Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference released
A postage stamp to commemorate the 53rd Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference being held in New Delhi was released by Vice President Hamid Ansari today. ANI

Dasmunsi to lead India at Commonwealth Parliamentary Associations conference
Parliamentary Affairs, and Information and Broadcasting Minister P. R. Dasmunsi is heading the Indian Parliamentary delegation in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Associations (CPA) Conference began here today. ANI

India heading towards early Lok Sabha elections: Advani
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani today said the country is moving towards an early general elections due to the emergence of destabilizing forces within the Congress led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government. ANI

Ansari for addressing cross-boundary issues through international cooperation
Pointing out that many of the troubling problems confronting the nations of the world are neutral to geography and size, Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Sunday called for addressing the cross-boundary issues through international cooperation. ANI

Floriculture boosts employment in Uttarakhand
The lives of hundreds of villagers in Uttarakhand are fast improving with the growing demand of flowers across the globe. ANI

Three-year-old prodigy captivates music lovers in Rajkot
At a tender age of three years, Shivam Singh of Gujarats Rajkot District is a little wonder. The child prodigy sings melodiously and plays traditional Indian musical instruments with as much ease and aptness as he recites his nursery rhymes. ANI

Students get lessons in handling snakes in Udaipur
Students in Udaipur are being taught how to handle snakes by a snake catcher with an aim to protect these reptiles. ANI

Karunanidhis supporters ransack BJPs Chennai office
Dravid Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK) activists lead by State Information Minister Paruthi Ellamvazhuthi today ransacked Chennai office of the Bharatiya Janata Party, while protesting against the remarks made by Vishva Hindu Parishad leader Ramvilas Vedanti to behead their leader M Karunanidhi over his remarks on Lord Rama. ANI

Naxalite attack claims three lives in Bihar (Lead:Bihar Maoist Shutdown)
At least three persons including a policeman were today killed in an attack by Naxalites in Bihars Gaya District. The banned rebel group have called for a 24-hour shutdown to register their protest against the arrest of their top leader, Tushar Kant Bhattacharya, and his aide Brajmohan Ram. ANI

Bihar put on high alert following Maoists shutdown call
The Bihar Government today issued a high alert across the state following a 24-hour shutdown called by CPI-Maoists to register their protest against the arrest of their top leader, Tushar Kant Bhattacharya, and his aide Brajmohan Ram. ANI

National wrestling championship starts in J-K
Sports activities in Jammu and Kashmir (J-K) are all set to get a boost with the three-day national wrestling championship getting underway. ANI

Sunita William to speak at International Astronautical Congress in Hyderabad
After sharing her experience with the students of Gujarat, Indian-origin American astronaut Sunita Williams will speak at the 58th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), which is starting tomorrow in Hyderabad. ANI

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