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Tiny Bytes: Vengara goes to polls, Messi hat-trick and more

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Vengara goes to polls

People turned up in large numbers Wednesday to vote in the by-election to Vengara Assembly constituency in Malappuram district. The main fight in Vengara is between IUML's K.N.A Khader and CPM's P.P. Basheer. The counting will be on October 15 (Sunday). Read more

Argentina qualify for World Cup

Do you love Lionel Messi? Well here is good news for all his fans. A magical hat-trick by Messi carried Argentina to a 3-1 win over Ecuador on Tuesday. This also means that they are in for next year's World Cup finals in Russia. With Argentina facing the dire possibility of missing out on a World Cup for the first time since 1970, their brilliant captain delivered when it matter most with three goals in the rarefied air of Quito. Read more

Sushma to the rescue

Evangelin, a Russian traveler was found begging in Kancheepuram recently. He was not able to withdraw money from an ATM since is card got blocked. External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has come to the aid of Evangelin. After she took up the case, the local police reached the temple and after checking his travel documents gave him money to at least reach Chennai. Read more

Volvo rolls out XC90

Swedish luxury auto maker Volvo on Tuesday rolled its first 'Made in India' car assembled at its plant here. "Besides XC90 car, more models on the SPA architecture are slated for assembly at our Bengaluru plant," said Volvo Auto India Managing Director Charles Frump. Read more

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