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    GIVING THEM SOME BEEF

    Right-wing Hindu activists clash with Dalit students at beef-eating party. A clash broke out during a beef-eating festival at an Indian university, where Hindu activists fought with the Dalit students who organised the event. Tear gas...
    2012-04-23 520 0
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    BIN LADEN’S WIVES JAILED

    Osama bin Laden’s three widows and two of his daughters have been sentenced to 45 days in prison for illegally living in Pakistan. The women’s lawyer, Mohammed Amir Khalil said that they have been ordered by...
    2012-04-10 548 0
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    REMEMBERING GHANDHI

    German firm launches online Gandhi archive A Germany based organization has launched a comprehensive online archive on peace icon Mahatma Gandhi after 30 years of research with material gathered from over 600 worldwide sources. Peter Ruhe,...
    2012-04-10 624 0
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    AN ‘F’ GRADE IN PARENTING

    Middle-class man arrested for forcing daughter to beg on streets for getting poor grades. A wealthy man has been arrested after police found his daughter begging for gaining bad school grades. Prakash was arrested under the...
    2012-04-10 592 0
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    EXPECTING ‘RICE’ HARVEST

    Bangladesh to throw ban out of the window as country expects good rice production Bangladesh has taken back a ban on the export of aromatic rice, an official said. The move comes after predictions of good...
    2012-04-10 619 0
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    FINES FOR UNPROTECTED CHILDREN

    Pakistan take drastic measures to stop polio. Pakistan is keen to punish parents who fail to have their children vaccinated against Polio in a bid to stop the spread of the deadly disease. The government plan...
    2012-04-10 558 0
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    Hindus laud Russian Court’s No To Bhagavad Gita Ban

    Hindus have welcomed the rejection by Tomsk regional court in Siberia (Russia) of proposed move to ban ancient scripture Bhagavad Gita (Song of the Lord). Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada (USA), thanked...
    2012-04-10 595 0
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    SUING WILLIAM HAGUE

    “We wrote to the Secretary of State about the information we were given and he refused to confirm or deny it.”   Drone attacks have become a regular occurrence in some parts of Pakistan in recent...
    2012-03-28 720 0
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    “HE HAS THE MIND OF A SMALL MAN”

    Imran Khan hits back at Salman Rushdie as the war of words continue Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan is locked in a bitter feud with author Salman Rushdie, accusing the controversial writer of having “the mindset of a...
    2012-03-28 632 0
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    Amir Khan and Oxfam help build schools in Pakistan

    Thanks to the amazing fundraising efforts of boxer Amir Khan, five schools have now been built in flood affected areas in Pakistan. Amir visited Sindh, Pakistan, in 2010 after the country was hit by devastating floods...
    2012-03-28 652 0

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