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Iowa Governor Terry Branstad briefly hospitalized after choking
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad briefly hospitalized after choking on a carrot during the ceremony of re-dedication of USS Iowa battleship Andhra News

President Obama celebrates Independence Day with new US citizens
President Barack Obama celebrates Fourth of July in a citizenship ceremony, enjoys fire works from White House lawn later Andhra News

Mitt Romney changes tune, says Obama's health care mandate is a tax
Mitt Romney changes tune saying President Obama's health care mandate is a tax Andhra News

Half of Mexico Presidential election votes go for recounting
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador accuses leading candidate Enrique Pena Nieto of breaking election rules Andhra News

Mitt Romney takes break from vacation to participate in Independence Day Parade
Mitt Romney takes break from vacationing to participate in Independence Day Parade in New Hampshire Andhra News

French Police raids houses and offices of former President Nicolas Sarkozy
French Police raids houses and offices of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy as part of investigation over alleged cash payments Andhra News

Bodies of pilots of Turkish F4 jet downed by Syria located
The F4 jet was downed after it is reported to have Syrian airspace Andhra News

Five dies in German hostage episode
Rent evicting man keeps four hostages Andhra News

Yasser Arafat body to be exhumed after radioactive isotope in his belongings
Palestinian administration agrees for autopsy after radioactive isotope were found in Yasser Arafat's belongings Andhra News

Higher Spending Capacity of Citizens Attracts Healthcare Organisations to the GCC, Finds Frost & Sullivan
Rapid urbanisation in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is placing considerable pressure on public services and infrastructure in urban centers, creating ample opportunities for the growth of the healthcare industry. The oil-driven economic boom in the GCC has increased disposable incomes and per capita spending, which, in turn, has raised the demand for healthcare services Business Wire India

Menicon to Open New Concert Hall and Gallery ""ANNEX"" to Foster Cultural Vibrancy and Community Events
Menicon, Japan's largest contact lens producer, opened a new complex called ANNEX at its Nagoya headquarters, comprised of a state-of-the-art multipurpose hall and roomy gallery space for use by those in the arts community and the wider public. Business Wire India

New Swiss storage option for GoldMoney customers 
GoldMoney, the world’s leading provider of gold, silver, platinum and palladium for retail and corporate investors, is now offering the option of storing gold at a vault operated by Rhenus Freight Logistics at Zurich Airport. Founded in 1912, Rhenus is one of the world’s leading logistics service providers Business Wire India

Gemalto Machine Identification Module First to Achieve ISO/TS 16949, The Highest Automotive-Grade Certification
Regulatory News: Business Wire India

ARC Energy's CHES Sapphire Produces 5% Brighter LEDs According to Manufacturing Study
In a white paper entitled “LED Manufacturing Study on CHES™ Sapphire,” ARC Energy has published results of a study showing that sapphire grown from its proprietary CHES technology yield 5% greater LED brightness than the industry standard Business Wire India

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