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  • Valentine#39;s Day and Gully Boy make up for an exciting week at the box office: With Gully Boy looking strong at the box office, this could be Ranveer Singh’s third consecutive hit in last four months. http://bit.ly/2N8oLrR

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  • Gujjar community members call off quota agitation after govt's written assurance: The agitation lasted for eight days as Gujjars and four other communities blocked railways tracks and highways in Rajasthan to demand five per cent quota in jobs and educational institutions. http://bit.ly/2N7P5m0

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  • View: Need to win hearts and minds in KashmirAlthough indoctrinated as a fidayeen by the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad, Adil Ahmad Dar's act as a jehadi underlines the vulnerability of impressionable Kashmiri youths to insidious anti-India propaganda by Pakistani terro http://bit.ly/2N9FNpz

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  • Copper prices to trade firm on higher deficit!: Higher copper imports in China and lower mine supply from Indonesia are expected to provide support to prices in 2019. http://bit.ly/2NaX4yB

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  • Sacrifice of CRPF jawans won't go in vain: PM ModiAt a public function in Pandharkawada in Yavatmal district, where he launched a number of projects, Modi also slammed Pakistan saying it has become a synonym for terrorism. http://bit.ly/2NaWyk9

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  • Afghan Taliban likely to meet Saudi crown prince in Pakistan - sources: Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is likely to meet Afghan Taliban representatives during his visit to Pakistan starting on Sunday, Pakistani government sources said, part of efforts to b http://bit.ly/2N8997Q

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  • Day after being flagged off, Vande Bharat Express breaks down, twice: The first incident occurred around 15 kilometres from Tundla junction in Uttar Pradesh, with officials calling it a case of 'skidding wheels' http://bit.ly/2NaVgFP

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  • Pulwama attack: Protesters block rail tracks at Nalasopara: The protesters got onto the tracks around 8.20 am and started raising slogans against Pakistan, the officials said, adding that train services on the route were affected due to the protest. http://bit.ly/2NdFCKc

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  • KKR-backed firm eyes $1 billion fund to tap India ESG investors: Global investment based on ESG strategies stood at nearly $23 trillion at the end of 2015. http://bit.ly/2Na7EWH

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  • After Pulwama, Military puts all cards on the tableThe firepower demonstration is scheduled to go ahead as of now but other options for India range from upping the ante on the Line of Control (LoC) with punishing artillery fire to cross border. http://bit.ly/2NaLQKs

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  • 2-min silence for slain CRPF jawans at PM's eventNitin Gadkari and Hansraj Ahir, Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis and Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao were present at the event. http://bit.ly/2NaYtoS

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  • Witch hunt against me after ED attaches assets: VadraHe said he has completely cooperated and adhered to the rules whenever called in any part of the country. http://bit.ly/2N6xET1

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  • NASA mulls buying new rides to space from Russia amid programme delays: NASA announced another slip last week, citing concerns for both contractors such as the need to complete hardware testing and other factors. http://bit.ly/2N7wvKZ

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  • Trump declares emergency for border wall: House panel launches probe http://bit.ly/2NdFgTS

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  • Bangladesh's $30 bn garment sector faces labour unrest after 11,000 fired: More than 11,000 workers have been fired after recent labour protests, according to one labour union http://bit.ly/2N8hk44

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