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Hindu Mahasabha demands ban on Aamir's `PK`

Jind - Accusing Aamir Khan-starrer PK of hurting religious sentiments of the majority community, right-wing outfit Hindu Mahasabha today demanded a ban on the film and threatened to hold demonstrations.

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Seventy-year-old mother celebrates daughter's first birthday

Seventy-year-old mother celebrates daughter's first birthdayJind (Haryana), Nov 27: Fifty-five years after her marriage, Rajo Devi last year became the world's oldest mother at 69. As she and her 73-year-old husband proudly celebrated their daughter's first birthday Friday, she said she was ready to have a second child.

Rajo Devi had given birth to a healthy girl Nov 27, 2008, after undergoing an in-vitro fertility (IVF) treatment. The girl was named Naveen Lohan.

Give a bride and get my votes, say youth voters in Haryana

Give a bride and get my votes, say youth voters in HaryanaJind (Haryana), Sep 24 : In a bid to draw the attention of the lawmakers about the prevailing mass unemployment due to which prospective grooms remain bachelors, youths in Haryana''s Jind district have launched a campaign to highlight their plight.

Holding banners of ''Bahu do, Vote lo'' (Give us brides to get our votes), what these jobless young men from Kunwara Union, or Bachelors'' Union, expect the least from politicians ahead of the October 13 State Assembly elections is just a bride.

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