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UK church bans yoga classes from its premises

London(PTI): A church in Britain has banned yoga classes from its premises as the ancient Indian system of physical exercise was “not compatible” with the Catholic faith, according to a media report here today. Yoga instructor Cori Withell said the ...

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Sharad Pawar to resolve Maharashtra tangle

Mumbai(IANS): The NCP Wednesday authorized its supremo Sharad Pawar to decide the future of Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and other ministers’ resignations submitted Tuesday. Sharad Pawar, an uncle of Ajit Pawar, will visit Mumbai Friday to hammer out ...

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9 climbers killed in Nepal avalanche

Kathmandu: At least nine people, including foreign tourists, were killed and eight others went missing when an avalanche hit climbers on a Himalayan peak in Nepal on Sunday. The avalanche hit a camp in Gorkha district, around 250 km north-west ...

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Rajdhani, other trains held up following blockade

Ranchi(PTI): Several trains, including Rajdhani Express, have been stranded at various places following blockade put up at Parsabad Railway station in Koderma district by a BJP MLA and his supporters. The BJP activists are demanding opening of a reservation counters ...

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