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Actress in public clash on Gurkhas 8.5.2009 BBC South Asia
Actress Joanna Lumley puts minister Phil Woolas on the spot over the Gurkhas after a highly charged chance meeting.
You too can be a hero 8.5.2009 The Statesman
You too can be a hero
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Kabir Suman hits the chord to make a dent in red fort 8.5.2009 The Statesman
Kabir Suman hits the chord to make a dent in red fort
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Kabir Suman hits the chord to make a dent in red fort 8.5.2009 The Statesman
Kabir Suman hits the chord to make a dent in red fort
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Warne mixes 8.5.2009 The Statesman
Warne mixes
SHORT TAKES 8.5.2009 The Statesman
SHORT TAKES
Drogba sorry but Uefa blasts Chelsea 8.5.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Drogba apologises for outburst but five charges expected • Chelsea criticised for lack of respect shown to referee The Uefa general secretary, David Taylor, has condemned Chelsea's players for haranguing the referee, Tom Henning Ovrebo, in the immediate aftermath of their Champions League elimination to Barcelona and said the European game's governing body "expect better" in terms of the respect shown to match officials. Uefa was awaiting the reports from the Norwegian referee and the match delegate last night but is expected to launch an inquiry into the ugly scenes that erupted as the players departed the turf at Stamford Bridge that could potentially see up to five charges brought against Chelsea. Didier Drogba is braced to be ...
Thousands of civilians flee Pakistani war zone 8.5.2009 Hindustan Times: World
Thousands of Pakistanis skirted burning military trucks as they fled clashes between Taliban militants and the army in the northwest, adding a humanitarian emergency to the nation's daunting challenges.
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Chelsea haul referee over the coals 8.5.2009 The Statesman
Chelsea haul referee over the coals
Arnie: high time to review marijuana law 8.5.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Arnold Schwarzenegger has never apologised for smoking pot – and loving it — at the height of his bodybuilding career in the 1970s. Now, as a struggling Republican governor of California reaching a crossroads in his political career, he might yet become America's most visible advocate for legalising marijuana. The actor-turned-politician gladdened the heart of every joint-roller and dope fiend across the Golden State earlier this week when he said it was time for a full debate on legalisation. Schwarzenegger was careful not to say too much – he stopped shorting of saying he was in favour of legalising cannabis now – but his words broke a long-standing taboo among both Republicans and Democrats who have previously felt obliged to say ...
Aristocrat guilty of Kenya poacher killing 8.5.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
• Delamere heir shot stonemason in 1996 • Judge rejects attempt to blame rally driver friend The scion of Kenya's most famous white settler family was found guilty on Thursday of the manslaughter of a black poacher on his family's sprawling estate. Ending a three-year trial that had gripped the country, Judge Muga Apondi ruled that Thomas Cholmondeley, heir to the fifth Baron Delamere, had shot dead Robert Njoya, 37, in 2006, but acquitted him of the original charge of murder. The judge rejected as an "afterthought" the defence argument that a white rally driver friend of Cholmondeley had in fact killed Njoya. "I found it was the accused who fired the fatal shot, resulting in his death," the judge said. Cholmondeley, who was ...
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Mother's Day: 'Do not lose your identity' 8.5.2009 TOI: India
The mother of two says that it is a matter of knowing your priorities and the delegating the tasks.
Lalu Prasad shuns media 8.5.2009 Hindu: National
Patna: The otherwise media-friendly Rashtriya Janata Dal president Lalu Prasad shunned the media for the entire day on Thursday when polling was held for three Bihar Lok Sabha seats, including Pataliputra where he is contesting. A ...
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Bangalore Today 8.5.2009 Hindu: Engagements
Sundara Kanda from Tulsi Ramayana: Discourse by Swami Hamsananda, Sripadakshetra, Pathi Mandir, 4th Cross, 4th Phase, Dollars Colony, J.P. Nagar, 6.30 p.m. Sree Dharamarajaswamy and Perumal Temple: ...
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Hartal affects life in city 8.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
Private buses, taxis, autorickshaws keep off the roads
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Adlabs BPO announces big plans for media space 8.5.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Adlabs Films, a member of the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group, announced on Thursday its launch of a BPO business for the media space. Spread over 90,000 sq ft, the BPO which has 300 employees, plans to touch 1200 employees within a year and will comply with Motion Pictures Association of America standards.
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Mudra unites 12 units under Mudra Max umbrella 8.5.2009 DNA: Money
After launching a slew of specialist units over the last one year, Mudra has finally consolidated them all under the Mudra Max umbrella.
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Indian's DNA war with Britain 8.5.2009 Telegraph: Front Page
London, May 7: Shami Chakrabarti, director of Liberty, a human rights group, has today attacked the UK government again ' this time for allowing police to hold the DNA details of innocent people for up to 12 years.
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Film school chargesheet 8.5.2009 Telegraph: Calcutta
The Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) has served chargesheets to six suspended students for "defacing" the institute property, "gross misconduct" with the authorities and "trespassing".
Lachungpa push to Bhaichung dance show 8.5.2009 Telegraph: North Bengal
Gangtok, May 7: When politicians in Sikkim were campaigning for the elections, T. Lachungpa, a former minister, was drumming up support for Indian football icon Bhaichung Bhutia to help him bag a television dance reality show title.
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