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India Due To Become Fastest Growing Country
India Due To Become Fastest Growing Country

India is forecast to become the fastest growing large economy in the world, surpassing that of China. Figures to be released by the Central Statistics Office are expected to confirm the country grew by 7.3 % from October to December, while China grew 6.8% in the same period. If confirmed, the figures

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  • Social media appeal to find missing Manchester teen girl who was 'followed by men in cars'

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  • Iran carmaker reveals 427m euros in Peugeot perks

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  • Twins Killed Using Own Sledge On Olympic Track

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  • Sir Elton John 'back in touch' with mother after years-long dispute

    Sir Elton John revealed he has patched things up with his mother Sheila.

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  • Britons linked to Jihadi John's 'Isis Beatles' named as Aine Davis and Alexanda Kotey

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  • Former IT adviser to Bank of England Stuart Andrews held over wife's murder in Kent village

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