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Matthew Duss: Would al-Qaida test Barack Obama or John McCain as president? 24.10.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Matthew Duss: Would electing Obama invite al-Qaida to attack the US? Actually, it seems terrorists would prefer McCain in the White House
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Bonuses for National Assessment Agency staff who ran Sats fiasco 24.10.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
Civil servants who oversaw this year's are to be awarded thousands of pounds in bonuses, it was revealed today. All but one of the 105 officials at the National Assessment Agency (NAA), which appointed private firm ETS Europe to oversee the marking of the key stage tests, will collect bonuses linked to performance next month. The agency, a division of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA), oversaw this summer's marking, during which ETS failed to get exam papers in English, maths and science marked on time. Thousands of scripts went missing or were delivered to the wrong place, markers were paid late and more than 1 million pupils' results were delayed. ETS Europe has admitted to losing around 3,500 scripts, which it has ...
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Discount for Dhoni fans 24.10.2008 Deccan Herald
Discount for Dhoni fans
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Sunny: The closest thing to batting perfection is Sachin 24.10.2008 Telegraph: Sports
Calcutta: Little Masters Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar got together on the same platform and spoke to CNN-IBN Editor-in-Chief Rajdeep Sardesai in Chandigarh the other day.
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Three athletes test positive 24.10.2008 Hindu: Sport
NEW DELHI: Three Services athletes including Asian championship bronze medal-winning triple jumper Bibu Mathew had tested positive for prohibited substances in tests conducted at the inter-Services athletics championships held in Hyderabad ...
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Blessing-Miles Tendi: Tsvangirai's endurance test 24.10.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Blessing-Miles Tendi: A flawed leader of a flawed party, yes, but Morgan Tsvangirai deserves support for opposing Robert Mugabe's bullying
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Children in the crossfire 23.10.2008 India Together - Education

A CRY report from Nandigram finds that children's experience of the violence there is intensely personal. Their vocabulary now includes words like shilpo, santrash and proshashon. Shoma Chatterji reports.
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'More result, chit-chat will keep Test cricket going' 23.10.2008 DNA: Top News
The Indian ODI captain believes more result and verbal chit-chat would keep the game's longer version alive and kicking.
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Children in the crossfire at Nandigram 23.10.2008 India Together
A CRY report from Nandigram finds that children's experience of the violence there is intensely personal. Their vocabulary now includes words like shilpo, santrash and proshashon. Shoma Chatterji reports.
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Nielsen speaks on Ponting-Lee spat 23.10.2008 Rediff: Cricket
Breaking his silence on the on-field clash between Australia skipper Ricky Ponting and Brett Lee, coach Tim Nielsen said a poor over-rate wasn't the main reason the strike bowler was not used in the first session on the fourth day of the second Test in Mohali. It was, he says, also because they wanted to take pace off the ball.
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'Sensex won't cross 10,500 this Diwali' 23.10.2008 Rediff: Business
Market chat expert Pranav Sanghavi offers some valuable tips on stock market.
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Dhoni shows welcome change in batting style 23.10.2008 Deccan Herald
Dhoni shows welcome change in batting style
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'I'm raring to go at the ... 23.10.2008 Central Chronicle
'I'm raring to go at the ...
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'Teachers not reporting for assessment programme' 23.10.2008 DNA: Top News
The Mumbai University on Wednesday said the results of various exams were getting delayed due to unavailability of teachers or teachers not reporting for the central assessment programme.
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Raj Thackeray back from lock-up, his aide arrested 22.10.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Raj Thackeray, who was arrested on Tuesday and spent a day in police custody, returned to his residence amidst celebrations by supporters on Wednesday evening. However, MNS spokesperson Shirish Parkar was arrested along with 12 other leaders belonging to the party.
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Raj Thackeray back from lock-up, his aide arrested 22.10.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Raj Thackeray, who was arrested on Tuesday and spent a day in police custody, returned to his residence amidst celebrations by supporters on Wednesday evening. However, MNS spokesperson Shirish Parkar was arrested along with 12 other leaders belonging to the party.
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Vettori leads New Zealand to victory over Bangladesh 22.10.2008 New Indian Express
Vettori leads New Zealand to victory over Bangladesh
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Raj Thackeray back from lock-up, more cases pending 22.10.2008 Express India-- Front Page
MNS leader Raj Thackeray, who was arrested on Tuesday and spent a day in police custody, returned to his residence amidst celebrations by supporters on Wednesday evening.
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U-turn on threat to close primaries 22.10.2008 The Guardian -- Front Page
The government has abandoned plans to close primary schools in England if they get bad Sats results. The controversial National Challenge scheme currently applies to secondary schools where fewer than 30% of pupils get A* to C grades in five GCSEs, including English and maths. It was to be extended to primary schools, which would have meant targets involving the percentage of 11-year-olds achieving the level expected for their age – level 4 – in both the English and maths tests, which thousands of primaries would have missed. Today, a spokeswoman for the Department for Children, Schools and Families said speculation that the scheme was to be extended to primaries was "nonsense". "We are not moving to a National Challenge for primary ...
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Mary Honeyball: Turning back the clock 22.10.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Mary Honeyball: Across Europe there is a risk that abortion laws will become less, not more focused on women's health and the right to choose
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