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New Delhi, 9th March (IANS): Once the virtual reality (VR) phenomenon explodes, India, with its huge smart phone base, will be a key market -- but VR players will have to come up with low-cost options to entice the country's "digital" consumers.
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New Delhi, 8th March (IANS): Though socially advanced with high literacy rates, the northeastern states of Nagaland and Mizoram have an unenviable record of women's representation in their legislatures, people in the know said on the occasion of the International Women's Day.
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Kolkata, 7th March (IANS): India's water management issues have pushed the country to the top among 11 nations on the Environmental Justice Atlas, an interactive portal conceived by an international team that maps ecological conflicts, resistances and environmental injustices.
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Is she a consummate, capable stateswoman ready for the most powerful job in the world, or a polarising, manipulative politician who should be kept away from it? Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton may have legions of devoted admirers -- as well as fierce detractors -- but there can't be many who can ignore her.
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A pattern appears to have evolved in parliament with Rahul Gandhi sticking to his post-sabbatical practice of breathing fire and Narendra Modi making a sober, if occasionally sarcastic, response befitting his age and stature.
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