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Sharad Pawar slapper may now target Kapil Sibal, IB issues alert

IB has issued a general alert that Harvinder Singh, who had slapped Sukhram and Sharad Pawar within a span of 5 days in Nov 2011, might slap Sibal at a public function.

Cocky Akhilesh Yadav stings Rahul Gandhi

Addressing an election rally, the SP star campaigner claimed there were signs of a Samajwadi victory and this was making “some leaders” angry — so angry that they could soon be jumping off podiums.

FIR filed against Rahul for flouting roadshow rules

Congress star campaigner Rahul Gandhi was slapped with a case on Monday for flouting restrictions on his six-hour road show in Kanpur on Sunday.

Italy slams Indian police for arresting its naval guards

The Italian foreign ministry has criticised Indian police for arresting its servicemen for allegedly killing two Indian fishermen thinking them to be pirates.

Greece no threat to world economy

BERLIN: Greece, which is teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, is “no threat to the world economy,” European Central Bank (ECB) executive board member Joerg Asmussen said in newspaper interview on Monday.

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NATO's Double Game In Libya Under UN Cover Revealed « Stop …

NATO double game in Libya under UN cover revealed. Suitcase size drones played decisive role. Akhtar Jamal. Islamabad: A Canadian newspaper has revealed an account of NATO’s double-game in Libya and disclosed …

The Presbyterian Church and Divestment | We Are For Israel

While this background paper refers to the content of U.N. Resolution 242 following the Six Day War calling for the withdrawal of Israeli armed forces, it makes no mention whatsoever of the Arab

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter … – The Frontier Post

US bill on Balochistan violation of UN Charter , says Rahimdad. Posted on February 20, 2012. PESHAWAR (APP): Khyber Pakthunkhwa Senior Minister Rahimdad Khan on Sunday condemned the bill on Balochistan

UN official: evicting homeless could violate international human rights

An appointee to the United Nations Human Rights Council has issued a four-page memo warning Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson that local officials could be violating the human rights of the homeless people living within …

CPM plotted Jnaneswari: Mamata

Months after accusing the Maoists of triggering the 2010 Jnaneswari Express train derailment which killed 149 people, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday did a volte-face and blamed

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The Conversation: A nation at odds with itself – and U.S.

Torn by conflicting influences, including mistrust of U.S. motives, Pakistanis feel they deserve more respect.

Soccer Capsules: Mexican soccer clubs ban major sports tabloid

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Nearly all of Mexico’s first-division soccer clubs and the Mexico Football Federation have agreed to ban access to one of the country’s most important sports newspapers.

Kingfisher Airlines crippled as a/cs attached for tax dues

While this latest account attachment has crippled the almost bankrupt airline’s cash flow, the fact that an aircraft suffered a bird hit and another had a cracked windshield on Friday further brought down its pruned operational fleet.

Flyers hit as Kingfisher cancels flights, stops ops

Kingfisher flyers across the country were in for a rough haul on Saturday as the airline abruptly suspended operations in Kolkata till February 24 — following a flash strike by unpaid employees.

China shuts down around 1,000 factories over toxic glue

Around 1,000 factories producing leather goods in China’s Guangzhou city were closed during a campaign launched after four workers died from glue poisoning.

Malaysia deports Saudi over a tweet

Malaysian authorities on Sunday deported a young Saudi journalist accused of insulting the Prophet Muhammad on Twitter, a police official said. The move came despite concerns from rights groups that he may be persecuted at home

Australian terror accused jailed in Lebanon

AN Australian who had his passport cancelled by ASIO over terrorism concerns has been convicted in a Lebanese court after allegedly travelling to Pakistan to train with an extremist group.

Afghanistan drug war a lost cause

THE West is losing the heroin war in Afghanistan, 10 years after world leaders said wiping out the drug was a main reason for invading the nation.

Computer literacy made must for Karnataka govt staff

Tech-savvy Karnataka will offer Rs 5,000 per annum to its government employees for becoming computer literate, as knowledge of using computers has been made compulsory for its staff below 50 years.

Nation: China's vice president shows personal side in Iowa

 China’s vice president remembered the popcorn he’d received as a parting gift — and the strong Chinese liquor he left behind. He recalled one young …

'Linfengkuang' hits China

He means something to many people: Asian Americans, underdogs, geeks, Ivy Leaguers, sports fans, Christians, anyone who loves a great story. But Jeremy Lin — the Harvard graduate of

Talk to focus on beads used by explorers as Indian gifts

Jeff Mitchem, an archaeologist at the Arkansas Archeological Survey’s Parkin research station, will discuss ancient explorers’ use of beads as gifts during a lecture at Arkansas State University.

Daly says he hurt right elbow in India

John Daly (Dardanelle, Arkansas Razorbacks ) says he may have torn ligaments in his right elbow during the first round at the Avantha Masters. Daly wrote on Twitter that his “elbow snapped” when he played a shot Thursday on the ninth hole. He finished at 7-over-par…

Syrian Government Blocks Bambuser’s Live Video Of Crisis

Bambuser , a live mobile video streaming startup along the lines of Qik , has become something of an underground hit in the last couple of years because of its ability to stream video over poor mobile connections. That’s made it …

Drought kills 5.6 mn trees in US state

An estimated 5.6 million trees were killed by last year’s devastating drought in the US state of Texas, authorities said Wednesday.

Earthquake measuring 5.1 hits Nicobar Islands

A moderate earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale jolted India’s Nicobar Islands on Thursday, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS).

Pfizer Layoff This Past Weekend?

I’m hearing stories that there was a layoff (yet again) at Pfizer, this time affecting the Cambridge researchers. Word is that they got the word over the weekend , which

Synthetic Electrochemistry: Who’s Done Any?

Looking through the literature this morning, I thought about another technique that, although you see it published on, no organic chemist I know has ever actually used: electrochemistry . There are all sorts of odd reactions that can apparently be made …

Dr M: US, Israel want regime change in Malaysia under Anwar

(The Malaysian Insider) – Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad alleged today that the US and Israel are conspiring to affect a regime change in Malaysia through a “puppet government” to be led by Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. Writing in his blog, the former prime minister and Anwar’s long-time…

Israel fears Iranian terror wave

ISRAEL has blamed Iran for a series of blasts in Bangkok, a day after its embassies in India and Georgia were targetted.

Campus Connection: UW-Madison, Adidas entering mediation to resolve sweatshop allegations

In a move that caught some key players on campus off guard, UW-Madison interim Chancellor David Ward announced Tuesday night he’s not prepared to

EC to act on Khurshid after hearing from PM

“It is only prudent that the Election Commission will wait to see what the prime minister has to say and so far the commission has not heard from the prime minister.”

Gainesville soldier meets her soul mate during flight school, deploys to Afghanistan with him

Phillip and Sara Walker leave the wedding chapel as man and wife in December 2010, only to deploy a month later. Now they are back home ready to begin life as a married couple.

Growth should not be at cost of environment: PM

Ahead of a meeting with environment ministers of BASIC countries, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said growth is important for the people but should take place in a way

Creating your EDI mapping layout

In the previous blog we discussed the importance of knowing your data and business requirement needs. This is one place where that becomes important. If you already know your …

Kenya / Opening of the 30th East African Model United Nations

Kenya / Opening of the 30th East African Model United Nations NAIROBI, Kenya, February 13, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — Opening of the 30th East African Model United Nations What East African Model United Nations 2012 Who Mrs Sahle-Work Zewde, Director General UNON When 14 February 2012 …

EAC Secretary General concludes week-long working visit to Japan

EAC Secretary General concludes week-long working visit to Japan ARUSHA, Tanzania, February 13, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — The Secretary General of the East African Community, Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera today concludes a one-week long working visit to

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