First Prime Minister to marry a gay!

Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel will create history as the first Prime Minister to marry a gay after he is marrying his partner Gauthier Destenay next week. This move comes just a few months after Luxembourg legalized same-sex marriage. Bettel also created a record as youngest Prime Minister of Luxembourg after he became the Prime Minister in 2013 at the …

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Nellore priest molests a girl in Washington

A 47 year old Indian-American priest gets a 25 year long sentence for molesting a girl in Washington DC. He pleaded guilty for sexually abusing a minor girl to criminal sexual conduct charges, on March 17. Due to this act, he’ll be deported to India. He was a priest in Nellore Diocese in AP and has reportedly helped raise money …

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United-AP supporters bank on 3 factors to stall Telangana process

As the Centre moves to split Andhra Pradesh, the united-AP protagonists hope that President Pranab Mukherjee and the Supreme Court will intervene in the matter and the BJP will also play a role in stalling the formation of Telangana. According to them, the President could stall the division “at least temporarily” because of the procedural lapses in the Centre’s exercise. …

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Criticism forced Sachin to quit ODIs: Gavaskar

New Delhi, Dec 24: Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar feels criticism from media and critics forced master blaster Sachin Tendulkar to quit ODIs. Talking to an English news channel, Gavaskar said “I think he really cares for Indian cricket. May be whatever he saw, read and heard might have prompted him to make a call. But I feel, he knows …

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Viru Beats Sachin’s ODI Record

India’s captain Virender Sehwag celebrates scoring double century and his world record one-day score during their fourth one day international cricket match against West Indies in Indore, India, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011. Sehwag smashed compatriot Sachin Tendulkar’s world record one-day score.Sehwag now holds the world record for highest ODI score, beating Sachin Tendulkar’s record 200 Not out.Viru hit 142 in …

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Long wait for green cards could soon be over

In a rare show of bipartisan comity on the angrily contested issue of immigration, the House of Representatives on Tuesday passed a bill that tweaks the visa system to allow more highly skilled immigrants from India and China to become legal permanent residents. The bill, originally offered by Representatives Jason Chaffetz, a conservative freshman Republican from Utah, and Lamar Smith, …

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