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Army run schools in Jammu and Kashmir providing the gift of education to children
Under the 'sadbhavana' programme of the Indian Army many schools have been constructed in the rural areas of Jammu and Kashmir. ANI

Indian expatriates celebrating Diwali with traditional fervor and zeal in Dubai
Diwali, the festival of lights, is being celebrated by Indian expatriates in Dubai with traditional fervor and zeal today. ANI

Earthen lamps illuminate Anna's village on Diwali
Anti graft activist Anna Hazare, accompanied by all the villagers of Ralegan Siddhi lit thousands of earthen lamps on the eve of Deepavali here on Tuesday. ANI

South Indians have oil bath on Diwali
Residents of the state heralded the festival of Diwali by offering traditional prayers and firecrackers. ANI

Grenade attack in Anantnag, five injured
Five civilians were injured in a grenade attack in a busy market place in Anantnag on Wednesday. ANI

Devotees in Ayodhya celebrate Hanuman Jayanti
Residents of Ayodhya celebrated the birth anniversary of Lord Hanuman on Tuesday. ANI

Congress asks Anna to stop taking potshots at the Govt.
Stating that word 'gang' does not go with the culture of this country, Congress Party on Wednesday said veteran social activist Anna Hazare should first have a look at the current infighting between his team members before accusing the government. ANI

Pollution free Diwali in Tamil Nadu village
villagers here celebrated the festival of Diwali on Tuesday without bursting firecrackers to make their area pollution free and spread awareness about environment. ANI

Sushil Kumar becomes first person to win Rupees 5 crore on KBC
Hailing from the state of Bihar, Sushil Kumar became the first person to win five crore rupees in the TV game show 'Kaun Banega Crorepati', here on Tuesday. ANI

Spectacular fireworks show at Rajkot
thousands of people gathered to witness the spectacular fireworks show here on Tuesday. ANI

Festive discounts lure tourists to Jammu and Kashmir
Festive discounts offered by the state tourist industry are attracting tourists from all over the country to Kashmir valley to spend their festive vacations. ANI

Farooq Abdullah refutes reports of Mustafa Kamal blaming Army for grenade attacks
National Conference President Farooq Abdullah has denied reports of his brother and party colleague Mustafa Kamal blaming the Army for the grenade blasts that were targeted on security establishments in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday. ANI

Digvijay Singh wishes Team Anna a happy Diwali
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh on Wednesday refrained from commenting on veteran social activist Anna Hazare's recent tirade against the government and wished the civil society activists a very happy Diwali. ANI

Hamid Ansari to represent India at CHOGM in Perth
Vice President Mohammad Hamid Ansari will be leading the Indian delegation at the 54-nation Commonwealth Heads of Government Summit Meeting (CHOGM) beginning at Perth from Friday. ANI

Tibetan PM-in-exile wishes Indians progress, prosperity on Diwali
Tibetan Prime Minister-in-Exile Lobsang Sangay has conveyed his greetings and best wishes to the people of India on the occasion of Diwali. ANI

Diwali being celebrated with traditional fervor and zeal across India
Diwali, the festival of lights, is being celebrated across the country with traditional fervor and zeal today. ANI

Elfab’s Opti-Gard™ rupture disc now available as Single-disc Solution
Pressure relief specialist Elfab (www.elfab.com) has further improved its Opti-Gard™ range, so that it can now offer the rupture disc as a single-disc solution. Opti-Gard™ was previously available in either the OPR or OPK design, depending on the burst pressure required Business Wire India

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