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Just another week of rapes 29.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Nearly 50,000 rapes take place in the UK every year, but only a few are covered by the media. Julie Bindel gives a snapshot of which cases are reported - and how Last month, London cab driver John Worboys was convicted of 19 charges of drugging and sexually assaulting 12 women in his taxi. Last year, the trial of Josef Fritzl, the Austrian who hid his daughter in a cellar and raped her over a period of years, shocked the world. Neither Worboys nor Fritzl represent typical rapists, yet both are representative of the cases that are covered widely in the media and affect the way we view rape. Often the cases covered are those that feminist campaigners ironically refer to as "real rape": that is stranger attacks or men in masks dragging their ...
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Madhyamik pass percentage at an all-time high 29.5.2009 The Statesman
Madhyamik pass percentage at an all-time high
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North Korea tests more missiles, lashes out at US 29.5.2009 Sify Finance
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea lashed out Tuesday at the United States and reportedly launched two more short-range missiles even as U.N. Security Council members debated possible new
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Municipal schools shine in SSC examination 29.5.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
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DSC results by June third week 29.5.2009 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD: As the arrangements for the successful conduct of District Selection Committee examination slated to commence on Friday are being made, the Secondary Education department is gearing up to announce the results by the third week of ...
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Mysore girl takes top slot by one mark 29.5.2009 Hindu: Front Page
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V-C pushes for semester system at DU 29.5.2009 Hindu: New Delhi
Aspiring students urged to follow their own instincts while deciding on what to study further
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10 rescued child workers fare well in Plus Two exams 29.5.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
They score more than 1,000 marks out of 1,200
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Online forms the norm 29.5.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
Most top colleges in the city will distribute and accept admission forms online this year. The process will start shortly after the publication of the HS results on Friday.
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Roll call of exam records 29.5.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
A record number of examinees (8,42,979), a record success rate (81.74 per cent) and result publication in record time (92 days) ' the results of Madhyamik 2009, announced on Thursday, gave students, their parents, and the board something to cheer about.
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Mysore girl is topper in SSLC 29.5.2009 TOI: Cities
A blunder by a SSLC valuator robbed this Mysore girl of a slot among the toppers of the March 2009 SSLC examinations. But post-revaluation, she has emerged as the highest scorer, much to her delight.
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Mizoram gets past J & K 29.5.2009 Hindu: Sport
TIRUCHI: Mizoram ensured a berth in the pre-quarterfinals of the National football championship for the Santosh Trophy, with a 3-0 win over Jammu & Kashmir in the final Cluster III league match here on Thursday. Mizoram topped the cluster ...
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Cultural shades of grey 29.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Just how much are the 28,540 households that stick to black-and-white telly missing out on? The subject of the week in culture has been pigmentation. The Cannes film festival was won by , the throwback tone of cinema, while the galleries of Tate Liverpool are filled with an exhibition on the . And, in the current crisis of democracy, some observers were almost as shocked by the revelation that one senior MP doesn't have a colour telly as by the fact that others maintained butlers. The decision by Michael Haneke to use the shades of early cinema for his Palme D'Or-winner, The White Ribbon – set during the first world war – conforms to the belief among film directors that black-and-white stock lends historical authenticity. Perhaps because ...
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UN praise for Sri Lanka criticised 29.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
The United Nations was today accused by human rights groups of failing to hold the Sri Lankan government accountable for alleged abuses against civilians ­during the suppression of the Tamil Tiger insurgency. The accusations followed a resolution in the UN human rights council welcoming the Sri Lankan government victory, with no reference to human rights concerns over civilian casualties and the 300,000 Tamils made homeless, many of whom are interned in government camps. But criticism was also aimed at the UN secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, who ­visited the biggest camp over the weekend and complimented the Sri Lankan government on its humanitarian role, and the security council for not speaking out officially about the human cost of the ...
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New transfer policy on the anvil 29.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
It will allow officials to serve in districts for at least three years
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Toppers thank teachers for their support School notes 29.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: Toppers at many schools that are part of The Hindu ’s NIE programme have expressed their happiness over the results be it in SSLC, ICSE or CBSE examinations. They said that the worksheets, the monthly tests ...
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'India's economy is at an inflexion point' 29.5.2009 DNA: Top News
The Indian economy is diversified, reasonably well-balanced and resilient, but the government's "populist inclinations" run the risk of limiting these strengths, says Aninda S Mitra.
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Israel-US relations plunge as Obama settlements snubbed 29.5.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Increasingly fractious relations between the US and Israel hit a low unseen in nearly two decades today after the Jewish state rejected President Barack Obama's demand for an end to settlement construction in the West Bank, and Washington threatened to "press the point". The dispute, which blew into the open hours before Obama was to meet the Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, reflects the depth of the shift in American policy away from accommodating Israel to pressuring it to end years of stalling on serious negotiations over the creation of a Palestinian state while continuing to grab land in the occupied territories. Obama put down a marker at a difficult meeting with the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, in Washington this ...
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Gene for glowing passed along to monkey offspring 29.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Gene for glowing passed along to monkey offspring
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Rescued child labourers perform well in board exams 29.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Rescued child labourers perform well in board exams
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