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Umpires want protection from yobbos
July 3, 2007
English umpires are to seek tighter security at Twenty20 matches following
by unruly, inebriated spectators.
Hidden agenda at work against me: Rahul
June 17, 2006
Embroiled in a drug
case, Rahul Mahajan claimed he has committed no "legal or moral wrong."
Pak asked to reign in Islamic extremism
June 16, 2007
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom has deplored the "
" of blasphemy laws in Pakistan.
NRI millionaires charged with slavery
May 26, 2007
An NRI millionaire couple accused of keeping two Indonesian women as slaves in their New York home for years — viciously ...
Iraq war puts Australian Jews, Muslims in spot
March 25, 2003
Muslims and Jews alike have complained of a wave of harassment and
in Australia since the US-led invasion of Iraq ...
Expats caught in visa racket in Bahrain
April 28, 2007
Many expatriate workers, including Indians, are stranded in Bahrain and unable to work because of alleged
of the s ...
The lioness in winter
June 15, 2007
Parvati Parab, 75, won a seven-year-long legal battle against her US-based son, who abandoned her while she was sleeping ...
Global drug abuse stabilises: UN
June 26, 2007
UN says the illegal production, trafficking and consumption of drugs worldwide has stayed stable for the first time in d ...
Emergency looms on Pak
May 8, 2007
Pak’s SC barred the Supreme Judicial Council from hearing allegations of misconduct and
of office against Chaudhry ...
Drug use increasing among youths
January 3, 2005
The country recognized as the leading producer of the opium used in other parts of the world is now facing a drug-
Diego Maradona fighting for life after heart failure
April 19, 2004
The 43-yr-old Argentine soccer legend, who has a history of drug
, is under intensive care in a Buenos Aires clinic ...
Arabs react to American's execution cautiously
May 17, 2004
Arab news media reacted cautiously to the videotaped beheading of an American civilian, with some newspapers conspicuous ...
Africa's women soldiers forgotten victims of war
March 8, 2004
Pressganged into the ranks and often scarred by sexual
, Africa's girl soldiers are the forgotten victims of the co ...
'Rampant racism mars education system'
October 17, 2003
Two new studies have found that Britain's education system remains "institutionally racist" with students and teachers f ...
The Morris Worm
December 6, 2003
Robert Morris was the first person to be prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and
Act for releasing the first virus ...
We have to stand up for Deepika Padukone: Shah Rukh Khan
Android One set to force Samsung into price war
Great Scot! Independence vote may up Scotch prices
Think Before You Post, says Facebook to Indian teens
BJP's loss in UP worse than it seems, party lost most ground in Lucknow
I have breasts, you got a problem? Deepika Padukone tweets reaction to ‘news’ post
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
After beheading Foley, Sotloff and Haines, IS parades British aid worker Alan Hening
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Bipasha Basu's Creature 3D is foolish
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
Assembly bypolls: Projecting Yogi Adityanath proved counter-productive for BJP
On eve of Xi visit, India-Vietnam deal on China’s mind
Passengers eject Pakistani politicians out of plane for causing delay
Teacher recruitment at 6 AIIMS under cloud, probe finds big lapses
IIT-B is highest-ranked Indian varsity globally
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