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India condemning millions to stay poor,says angry L N Mittal

New York, Jun 21: Joining the likes of N R Narayana Murthy and Azim Premji to blame the Indian government for policy inaction, UK-based NRI billionaire L N Mittal has said the country is potentially condemning millions to remain...

US probe calls for punishment of troops in Quran burning

Washington, June 20: A US military investigation has recommended disciplinary action for up to seven troops over their role in the burning of Qurans at a base in Afghanistan, a US official said Tuesday.

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Pakistani girls allegedly killed for dancing reported alive

Islamabad, June 19: Five Pakistani girls who were reportedly killed on the orders of a tribal council for dancing and clapping with two young men in the northwest tribal region are still alive, a minister has said.

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Nik Wallenda, first man to complete 1800-feet tightrope walk across Niagara Falls

Ontario, Canada, June 16: Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk on a tightrope across the Niagara Falls, taking steady, measured steps Friday night for 1,800 feet across the mist-fogged brink of the roaring falls separating the...

Girl nods off in April, wakes up in June!

London, June 15: A teenaged British girl, who missed her exams and even celebrating her birthday after nodding off in April, woke up last week.

Stacey Comerford, 15, from Telford in the West Midlands region,...

3 veiled women banned from entering France

Paris, June 13: A police union says three Saudi women who refused to remove their face veils at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport have been barred entry to France.

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World has become more peaceful in 2012, says study

London, June 13: Despite an escalating conflict in Syria and mounting civil unrest in Europe, the world became a more peaceful place in the last year, said a study marking particular improvement in Africa.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron forgets his eight-year-old daughter in a pub

London, June 11: Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his daughter behind in a country pub after a Sunday lunch with friends following a mix-up over which car she was meant to be going home in, his Downing Street office said on Monday....

UK to impose family curbs on immigrants

London, June 11: In what is being described as the most far-reaching and controversial changes surrounding immigrants' rights, British home secretary Theresa May is set to announce on Monday curbs that include the end of the right to avoid...

Jehangir Sabavala work sells for Rs. 2.16 crores in London

New Delhi, June 8: Vespers I, by modern Indian artist Jehangir Sabavala has sold for more than 250,000 pounds by auctioneers Bonhams at their annual summer sale of Modern and Contemporary South Asian art in London.

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