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DOHA Jose Altuve Astros Jersey , Sept. 13 (Xinhua) -- Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani met Tuesday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, Qatar's state news agency (QNA) reported Wednesday.


During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations, means to strengthen and develop them, as well as topics of common interest, QNA said.


Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt severed diplomatic ties with Qatar and imposed a boycott on it in early June, accusing the tiny gas-rich country of supporting terrorism and seeking closer ties with Iran, a Saudi rival.


They initially gave Doha a list of 13 demands, including scaling back ties with Iran, shutting down the Al Jazeera network and ending Turkey's military presence in the country.


Qatar has strongly denied the charges against it and refused to accept any of the demands.


Since the start of the crisis, Qatar and Turkey have come closer together, as the latter opened a new land trade route via Iran to Qatar and transported goods, including food products, to the boycotted country.


In July, Turkey sent a 25-member Turkish artillery unit to Qatar, adding to 150 troops already there.


In August, Turkey and Qatar carried out a joint military exercise called "Iron Shield," which included training of leaders to assess and control the situation on the ground, as well as strengthening coordination between the two sides.


Fire drill held in S China's Guangxi


Aerial view of villages in N China's Shanxi


Apple releases new products and services in California


China Internet Security Conference held in Beijing


China, Pakistan air forces hold joint training exercises


Pic story: Chinese grape and wine expert


Farmers busy with farm work around Bailu across China


Rural children take free lunch in SW China's Guizhou


MEXICO CITY, Sept. 12 (Xinhua) -- The number of deaths from the 8.2 earthquake which shook Mexico on Sept. 7 has climbed to 98, according to the Minister of Agriculture, Jose Calzada, on Tuesday.


Two new deaths reported in the state brought the total in the southern state of Oaxaca to 78, as well as 16 in the neighboring state of Chiapas and four in Tabasco.


Calzada, dispatched by the federal government to oversee the emergency in Oaxaca, told Televisa that around 800,000 people in the Isthmus of Tehuantepec had been affected by the earthquake.


"Today, during the tally, (it was noted that) 78 people had lost their lives in Oaxaca, we have over 400 schools affected by the tremor," he said.


Calzada added that the earthquake had affected around 12,000 homes, and that a census was underway to establish the full cost of reconstruction and repairs.


The massive earthquake shook the country at 23:49 on Sept. 7, being felt in 12 states, although most of the damage were in Oaxaca and Chiapas.


By early Tuesday, 1,266 aftershocks had been felt, ranging in intensity all the way to 6.1 on the Richter scale.


These constant aftershocks have meant that local populations are scared of returning home, preferring to spend the night outside instead of risking further collapses.


According to Calzada, 350 tons of aid, goods, clothing and more will be distributed across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec on Saturday.


East China's Zhejiang braces for Typhoon Talim


Aerial view of Wanfo Lake in E China's Anhui


Tribute in Light, One World Trade Center seen on 911 anniv.


Newly-unveiled Mercedes-Benz Concept EQA car displayed in Germany


China, Pakistan air forces hold joint training exercises


Pic story: Chinese grape and wine expert


Farmers busy with farm work around Bailu across China


Rural children take free lunch in SW China's Guizhou

Delhi is the best tourist place in India. For many travellers, the first experiences in Delhi set the tone for their judgement of the city. Delhi is best known for tourist place as well as historical place.

Located on the banks of river Yamuna, Delhi consists of New Delhi (the national capital) and Old Delhi. It is home to over 15 million of people and India锟絪 third largest city after Kolkata and Mumbai .

One of the bugbears of travel to India has been the lack of good affordable accommodation, Hotels in Delhi. Choice has largely been limited to hostels, or five-star luxury at a painful 锟?50 a night. Changes are afoot however. India's astonishingly rapid economic boom, along with the fact that Delhi is hosting the 2010 Commonwealth Games means that a profusion of mid-range hotels and Bread & Breakfasts are popping up everywhere. Unusual for Delhi, they are reasonably priced, clean, quiet and well run.

Hotels and Accommodations in Delhi are known for excellent service. You can be assured of a comfortable stay. There are numerous kinds of hotels available suiting the needs of all kinds of people. Hotels in Delhi offer you a comfortable stay in a variety of hotels. Travel guides can arrange a suitable accommodation for you. They can arrange deluxe hotels, budget hotels, first class hotels and medium class hotels too.

The Manor is a part of old world hospitality(OWH) hotels. O.W.H. has been operating the hospitality facilities and cultural events at the India Habitat Centre since 1997. Located in the heart of the city,'Habitat World'(as the hospitality facilities at IHC are known), boasts of the country's most comprehensive Convention Centre with 20 function rooms, a members' club with 58 guest rooms and fitness centre, 6 restaurants and 4 performance venues.

Since its opening in 1997, Habitat World has held between three and four cultural events every day - be it theatre, music concerts, dance performances, films, talks or open fora and has seen some of the most illustrious names in the world participating in its cultural cale.

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