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More Sweet Than Sour

Washington and New Delhi are inching closer to better tiesAmerica and India will continue to have diplomatic ups and downs, but both countries consider that accommodation is better than confrontation. While Pakistan and Afghanistan are important regionally and internationally, neither ...

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South Sudan decides

JUBA, Sudan, Jan 9, 2011 ( REUTERS): Millions of jubilant south Sudanese voted Sunday in an independence referendum expected to see the region splitting away from the north to create Africa’s newest nation. People queued for hours in the burning ...

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Scientists pinpoint deadly brain tumour’s origin

Washington, January 9, 2011 (ANI)A team of researchers have discovered the type of cell that is at the origin of brain tumors known as oligodendrogliomas, which are a type of glioma — a category that defines the most common type ...

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71 killed in Iran plane crash

An IranAir passenger jet carrying 106 people crashed as it was making an emergency landing on Sunday in a snowstorm in the country’s northwest and broke into several pieces, killing 71 of those on board, Iranian media reported. The others ...

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Four solar, two lunar eclipses in 2011

Four solar and two total moon eclipses will be observed in different parts of the world, including in India, in 2011. The first solar eclipse will take place Jan 4. It will begin at 06:40 GMT and will be visible ...

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Strong 7.1 magnitude quake hits Chile

A strong 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit central Chile, driving panicked residents from their homes due to fears of a tsunami but causing no injuries or damage, officials said. Last February, an 8.8-magnitude earthquake caused tsunami waves that devastated coastal towns ...

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Australian government tenders apology to Haneef

MELBOURNE, December 23, 2010 : Admitting their mistake, Australian government on Thursday formally apologised to Indian doctor Mohammed Haneef and said sorry for wrongly detaining him on terror charges. The formal apology, issued by Australian government, came after Dr. Haneef ...

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‘WikiLeaks will not affect India-U.S. ties’

WASHINGTON, December 23, 2010 : The release of secret State Department cables by WikiLeaks will not affect the growing relationship between India and the United States, the two countries have agreed. Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, called Minister of External ...

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India doctor Haneef wins substantial compensation over bungled case

MELBOURNE: Indian doctor Mohammad Haneef has struck a deal with the Australian government for receiving a "substantial” compensation for his wrongful detention, three years after the traumatic experience which he said had a serious impact on his life and career. ...

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Haneef wins ‘substantial’ compensation over bungled case

MELBOURNE, December 21, 2010,(PTI):Indian doctor Mohammad Haneef has struck a deal with the Australian government for receiving a "substantial” compensation for his wrongful detention; three years after the traumatic experience which he said had a serious impact on his life ...

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UK varsity scraps Islamic Studies course

LONDON,Dec 21, 2010 (PTI): A UK university has scrapped its two-year course in Islamic Studies due to lack of students enrolling for the lectures, prompting a petition for the subject to continue. The Manchester Metropolitan University ran a two-year course ...

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How criminals use Facebook to commit crime

London – Dec 20 (ANI): Think giving out basic personal information on Facebook is harmless? You might need to rethink, as a reformed burglar has given details on how a criminal can use your user account as a tool for ...

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Heavy snow hits air travel, roads across Europe

LONDON: Blizzards and freezing temperatures shut down runways, train tracks and highways across Europe on Saturday, disrupting flights and leaving shivering drivers stranded on roadsides. Airports in Britain, Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands and Denmark reported cancellations or delays to ...

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3D TV can make you really sick

Avoid 3D TV as it can disorient the brain, causing eye strain, headaches, nausea and sickness, scientists warn. And the closer one is to the screen, the worse one feels, making 3D TVs more problematic than cinema screens. Studies show ...

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