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Shimla, 10th March (IANS): The frequent arrival of western disturbances (wind storms) in India's northwestern region in this month has once again revived the cold in the hills of Himachal Pradesh, with most of the areas experiencing moderate to heavy rainfall, a Met official said here Monday.
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If the US president is the world's most powerful leader, his secretary of state (or foreign minister) is a close second though maybe not as well-known.
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New Delhi, 7th March (IANS): From managing their family and children, fulfilling their 'duties' as a daughter, wife, daughter-in-law and more, to also setting up and running their own business - women across India are fighting stereotypes and challenging themselves to create their own individuality in a patriarchal society.
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There are no winners in the ugly spat that was in full play at the AAP leadership meet which saw the exit of Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav from the Political Affairs Committee (PAC), the party's highest decision making body.
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Dharamsala, 4th March (IANS): Glaciers in the upstream basin of the Brahmaputra, a 2,900-km-long river that originates from Tibet and flows into the Bay of Bengal, are likely to reduce alarmingly by the middle of the 21st century, according to an international body which also warned that the overall flow in the river was likely to increase.
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