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10 Nations Around The World That Have Legalized Prostitution 
Date: 19 Apr 2018

The oldest job in the world has, for quite a long time now, been regarded as a hateful and fallen choice of work. Prostitution exists and will continue to exist despite bans and their legal status, due to reasons like poverty or unforeseen situations. Some countries choose to outright ban the practise, while other countries have tried regulating prostitution, providing sex workers with health and social benefits. Here are some of the count
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From Delhi to Mumbai in 12 hours flat? Delhi Mumbai Expressway to be ready in 3 years. 
Date: 17 Apr 2018

Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Monday said that the government would start building a new expressway connecting Gurgaon and Mumbai. The project will cost approximately Rs 1 Lac Crore. A sum of Rs 1 Lac Crore will be spent on this expressway … Nitin Gadkari outlined major initiatives of his ministry for de-congestion of Delhi NCR. Work on the project will be completed in three years starting from this
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US, UK, France Launch Missile Strikes Against Syria 
Date: 14 Apr 2018

Britain`s Ministry of Defence said four Tornado jets using Storm Shadow missiles had taken part in the attack which had been designed to target a military facility where it was assessed Syria had stockpiled chemicals. "Very careful scientific analysis was applied to determine where best to target the Storm Shadows to maximise the destruction of the stockpiled chemicals and to minimise any risks of contamination to the surrounding area,"
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FM Arun Jaitley says he is being treated for kidney-related ailment 
Date: 05 Apr 2018

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is suffering from a kidney ailment and may have to undergo a surgery soon, resulting in cancellation of a visit to London next week for annual economic talks, sources close to the minister said. Jaitley, 65, is undergoing diagnostic tests and doctors have so far indicated that it was a kidney-related ailment, they said. The minister, however, has not yet been hospitalised but has been advised to avoid going out in publi
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SC doesn't agree to Centre's plea Aadhaar would curb banking frauds 
Date: 05 Apr 2018

The Centre`s argument that Aadhaar would help curb ills like terrorism and banking frauds today did not find favour with the Supreme Court which said the bank officials were "hand-in-glove" with fraudsters and scams do not happen because the culprits are unknown. The top court also questioned the government for asking the entire population to link their mobile phones with Aadhaar "just to catch a few terrorists" and asked what wo
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