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Thursday 17th April 2014
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Population: Approx 573,272
Longitude: 84.38
Latitude: 24.77
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Country: India (IN)
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News Headlines

Uddhav Thackeray to address election campaign rally in Aurangabad
Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Apr 14 : Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray will address his election campaign rallies at Marathwada Sanskrutik Mandal (MSG) ground here on April 16, for polls scheduled on April 24.
Former Kerala governor faces uphill task in Bihar seat
Aurangabad (Bihar), April 10 (IANS): Former Delhi Police chief Nikhil Kumar, who quit as Kerala governor last month, is in the poll fray in Bihar's Aurangabad constituency where he is facing an uphill task.
Campaigning in last phase in Marathwada
Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Apr 14 : With just a day left for campaigning in the backward Marathwada region's six Lok sabha constituencies, of which Nanded, Osmanabad, Parbhani, Hingoli, Latur and Beed will go to polls on April 17, all major political parties have taken to address rallies and campaign for their candidates.
15 withdraw papers, 49 remain in fray for 2 seats in Marathwada
Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Apr 9 : As many as 15 candidates withdrew the nomination papers on last day today from the Aurangabad and Jalna LS constituencies in Marathwada region of Maharashtra.
Khaire to face uphill battle against Cong in Aurangabad
Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Apr 5 : Three-time sitting Shiv Sena MP Chandrakant Khaire may face an uphill task in coming election after former MP Uttamsinh Pawar decided to withdraw from the race by not filing his nomination as an Independent against Congress' official nominee for Aurangabad Lok Sabha seat after consulting with party top brass.
Aurangabad: Rajput and Muslim communities to decide who wins Lok Sabha seat
Aurangabad: Rajput and Muslim communities to decide who wins Lok Sabha seat
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Sports Headlines

Football team named after Pope Francis has two players red carded in first match
The Papa Francisco football team, named after the Pope, played its inaugural match and had two players sent off.
Romanian Olympic committee chairman resigns
Bucharest, April 16 (IANS) Octavian Morariu resigned Tuesday from his post as chairman of the Romanian Olympic and Sports Committee (COSR). "I've led the institution for 10 years and I think I was a dedicated chairman in all these years," said the official, announcing that he decided to retire to avoid activity overload, given the other programmes he has in the International Olympic Committee ...
Sports Illustrated India launches Swimsuit Issue 2014 with KamaSutra
Sports Illustrated - the most successful print franchise, is celebrating its 50 th Anniversary in some style.
CBI Sets Up Special Unit to Probe Sports Fraud
To check 'fixing' in sports, CBI has set up a dedicated 'Sport Integrity Unit' to look into cases of fraud, including betting in any sporting event.
Sachin's Kochi deal makes Kerala's football fans smile
Kochi, April 13 (IANS) Football buffs in this soccer loving state of Kerala were elated with the news of cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar buying the Kochi franchise of the inaugural Indian Super League (ISL) football tournament that will be held in September-November this year. ISL, an IPL-style football league, is being organised by IMG-Reliance in eight cities, Delhi, Mumbai, Kochi, Kolkata ...
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