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A picture titled “the old city hall” that - as the auction house said - was painted by Adolf Hitler is displayed in an auction house in Nuremberg, Germany. The 100-year-old watercolor of Munich’s city hall is expected to fetch at least 50,000 euros (us$ 60,000) at auction this weekend, not so much for its artistic value as for the signature in the bottom left corner: A. Hitler


Nagaland gears up for 2-days Modi visit

Myanmar PM also to grace Hornbill Festival

Kohima, November 21: Apart from Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of Myanmar, General Soe Win will also take part in the Hornbill Festival on December 3 at Naga Heritage Village Kisama, some 12 km from the State capital.

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2 men rob LIC Dimapur office, flee with Rs 11.67 lakhs

Dimapur, November 21: In a daring daylight robbery, two unidentified miscreants shot a guard of LIC and robbed Rs 11,67,277.25 from the LIC premises near City Tower here at around 11:30 am Friday morning. 

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National and International News

Isro's Mangalyaan Among Time Magazine's '25 Best Inventions of 2014'

New York, November 21: Mangalyaan has been named among the best inventions of 2014 by Time magazine which described it as a technological feat that will allow India to flex its "interplanetary muscles."  

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Won’t allow proxy war between India and Pakistan in Afghanistan, says Karzai

New Delhi, November 21: Former Afghan president Hamid Karzai said on Friday his country will not allow its soil to be used for a proxy war between India and Pakistan, urging countries in the region, including India, China and Russia, to put up a united fight against terrorism in Afghanistan, which draws sustenance from outside its borders.  

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ACAUT slams lessee system in DMC, questions Govt.

Dimapur, November 21: Coming out strongly against what it alleged is the lessee system now prevalent in Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC), the ACAUT Nagaland has called upon the Government of Nagaland to discard "the most corrupt lessee system" in Dimapur.

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Obama to be chief guest at 2015 Republic Day

NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON, November 21: In a major sign of the deepening ties between India and the US, Prime Minister Modi has invited President Obama to be the chief guest at the Republic Day ceremony next year.

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I stand by what I wrote, says author of book banned by Ao Senden

Dimapur, November 21: The author of the book Cogitating for a Better Deal, Monalisa Changkija today stated that she stands by her opinions in the book, which was recently banned by the Ao Senden.

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NE India pitches for BCIM

Kolkata, November 21: A large majority of people in Northeast India feel that the Bangladesh China India Myanmar (BCIM) economic corridor connecting India and China through Bangladesh and Myanmar will benefit the region’s economy and help it tackle an endemic insurgency problem by providing viable livelihoods.

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4 held for counterfeiting Indian currency

Dimapur, November 21: Dimapur police personnel raided the Maple Tree Hotel, Hongkong Market, Dimapur and apprehended four persons

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Salman Khan Reportedly Introduced Iulia Vantur as His Girlfriend at Arpita's Wedding

Perhaps Arpita Khan could have dropped that Kaleera on Romnanian beauty Iulia Vantur instead of her close friend Katrina Kaif. After all, her brother, Bollywood actor Salman Khan, apparently introduced her as his "girl" at Arpita's recently-concluded wedding.  

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Kim Kardashian cancels her India visit, won't be on Bigg Boss 8!

Kim Kardashian was all set to make a celebrated entry in India, making an appearance on the biggest reality show Bigg Boss.

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Sony Pictures pulls out of Steve Jobs biopic

The upcoming movie about the the co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs, is expected to be one of the most anticipated biopics in recent memory, but the production's future is unknown as Sony Pictures have decided to pull out.  

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