Police clueless in writer’s murder case
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Police clueless in writer’s murder case

NEW DELHI: A day after a septuagenarian writer was found murdered in his house at…

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“Need to counter communal politics”
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“Need to counter communal politics”

NEW DELHI: Shabnam Hashmi of Act Now for Harmony and Democracy (ANHAD) has expressed solidarity…

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Indonesia volcano erupts for first time in 400 years
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Indonesia volcano erupts for first time in 400 years

A volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400…

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Analysis: Will battle for Kandahar win the war?
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Analysis: Will battle for Kandahar win the war?

KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — Since the war began, this southern city and surrounding countryside have been…

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The Misinformants
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The Misinformants

What ‘stealth jihad’ doesn’t mean. Here is the latest semantic assault from the party that…

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AP IMPACT: US wasted billions in rebuilding Iraq
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AP IMPACT: US wasted billions in rebuilding Iraq

KHAN BANI SAAD, Iraq (AP) — A $40 million prison sits in the desert north…

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Perceptions of space, from Japan to the world
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Perceptions of space, from Japan to the world

Architects Ryue Nishizawa and Kazuyo Sejima go global with SANAA “I’m a kind of iguana.…

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Ozawa to challenge Kan for DPJ helm
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Ozawa to challenge Kan for DPJ helm

Kingpin amasses backers, gets Hatoyama’s nod Democratic Party of Japan heavyweight Ichiro Ozawa broke his…

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UK faces new wave of homegrown attacks
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UK faces new wave of homegrown attacks

(Reuters) – Britain faces a new wave of attacks from poorly trained but highly motivated…

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Mexican troops hunt killers of 72 migrants
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Mexican troops hunt killers of 72 migrants

(Reuters) – Mexican troops fanned out in the remote countryside near the Texas border on…

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Foreign students boost immigration figures
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Foreign students boost immigration figures

Today’s quarterly immigration figures reveal a surprising increase in net migration into Britain driven, not…

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Ten-fold rise in gastric bands and other weight-loss ops
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Ten-fold rise in gastric bands and other weight-loss ops

The number of people in England undergoing surgery on the NHS to help them lose…

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Concern over David Cameron’s Afghanistan visit security
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Concern over David Cameron’s Afghanistan visit security

Senior military figures have expressed concern about the security arrangements for a recent trip by…

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Pakistani army boosted by floods reaction
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Pakistani army boosted by floods reaction

Pakistan’s rulers face criticism over the flood crisis, but the army – tarnished by its…

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Blackberry makes offer to India ahead of ban deadline
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Blackberry makes offer to India ahead of ban deadline

Blackberry-maker Research in Motion has said it is willing to work with India to support…

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