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Historic Automobiles and Automobilia at the New Lowman Museum

THE HAGUE.-   One of the world’s largest and most famous collections of historic automobiles is on public display in the new Louwman Museum in The Hague. The museum building, which was designed by American architect Michael Graves, not only houses over 230 historic cars, but is also home to the

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Museum of Modern Art Celebrates Four-Decade Career of Sally Potter

NEW YORK, NY.- A retrospective of the films of British director Sally Potter (b. 1949) at The Museum of Modern Art from July 7 through 21, 2010, celebrates her distinct, independent vision, showing all her feature films, documentaries, and shorts, and a selection of her experimental works made between

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Roger Ballen’s Pictorial Scenes at Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - Roger Ballen’s work can be recognised at a glance. His singular universe, from a documentary style in the early days to more pictorial scenes, navigates between dream and reality

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Capt T.D. Hazari won Award of Excellence at the 47th National Maritime Day Grand Finale

Capt T.D. Hazari won Award of Excellence at the 47th National Maritime Day Grand Finale Capt T.D. Hazari was honored with the Award of Excellence in the Shipping Industry by the National Maritime Day Celebrations Committee on the grand finale of 47th National Maritime Day  for his significant contribution to the nation and the shipping industry by Honorable Union Minister of Shipping Mr. G. K.

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Maoist threat to power plants in Orissa

Maoist threat to power plants in Orissa

Bhubaneswar, March 11 (IANS) Security at power plants in Orissa has been increased after intelligence inputs of a threat from left-wing extremists, an official said Thursday.

'We have increased security for hydro and thermal power units. A few days ago we had discussed with home department how to beef up the

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Lalu to Speaker: Listen to us and we won’t troop towards podium

Lalu to Speaker: Listen to us and we won’t troop towards podium

New Delhi, March 11 (IANS) 'Don't take it otherwise,' Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad told Speaker Meira Kumar in the Lok Sabha Thursday while attempting to explain the unruly protests over the women's reservation bill in a speech that invited frequent bouts of laughter.

The vociferous opponent of the

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Iron Lady of Manipur re-arrested for refusing to eat

Iron Lady of Manipur re-arrested for refusing to eat

Imphal, March 11 (IANS) Human rights activist Irom Sharmila, jailed since 2000 for resorting to a hunger strike against alleged rights violations by the security forces in Manipur, was once again arrested by police on charges of attempted suicide. The activist continued her refusal to eat a single morsel of

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PM ready for all party meet on women’s bill: Pranab

PM ready for all party meet on women’s bill: Pranab

New Delhi, March 11 (IANS) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was ready to consult all parties for a consensus on the women's reservation bill before it is tabled in the Lok Sabha, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said Thursday.

'There is no harm in calling an all party meeting. The prime minister has

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Maoist wanted in deadly attacks held

Maoist wanted in deadly attacks held

Raipur, March 11 (IANS) A Maoist guerrilla carrying a reward of Rs.150,000 on his head was arrested in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region, the state's police chief said Thursday.

A police team nabbed Madhu Markam, 25, from a thickly forested stretch in Kanker district late Wednesday, Director General of Police Vishwa Ranjan told

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Two children die after eating mid-day meal in Bihar

Two children die after eating mid-day meal in Bihar

Patna, March 11 (IANS) Two children died and six others were taken ill after eating a mid-day meal at a state-run school in Bihar's Sitamarhi district, an official said Thursday.

According to a police source, Sangita Kumari, 12, and Neelu Kumari, 11, died of food poisoning after eating the mid-day meal

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