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Tribune employees to observe Rabha Divas 11.6.2009 The Assam Tribune
Tribune employees to observe Rabha Divas
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French submarine begins search for AF 447 black boxes 11.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
The urgent hunt for black boxes of AF 447 received a boost with a French N-submarine scouring the search area, listening for the data and voice recorders' pings before they fade away.
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UN top shots among 18 dead in Peshawar 11.6.2009 TOI: Pakistan
UN mourned the death of two of its staffers, including the Unicef's Pakistan head, in the Peshawar hotel blast.
Objections to disinvestment can be sorted out by talks: Montek 11.6.2009 The Navhind Times
Objections to disinvestment can be sorted out by talks: Montek
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ERROR: Missing Story Title 11.6.2009 The Navhind Times
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Television debates expose Tehran’s ruling class 11.6.2009 New Indian Express
Television debates expose Tehran’s ruling class
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Paper on surrogate ads tabled in Parliament 11.6.2009 Financial Express
Paper on surrogate ads tabled in Parliament
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Bodies recovered: 24 11.6.2009 The Statesman
Bodies recovered: 24
'Outsider' Jena absent from district 11.6.2009 The Statesman
'Outsider' Jena absent from district
'Outsider' Jena absent from district 11.6.2009 The Statesman
'Outsider' Jena absent from district
BBC stars told: days of big pay deals are over 11.6.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Cuts of up to 40% for salaries above £100,000 • Clarkson and Wogan hear director-general's warning When scores of the BBC's best known presenters, including Bruce Forsyth and Terry Wogan, made their way to a reception at Television Centre's sixth-floor suite on Monday evening, most guests were hoping to unwind by networking over canapes and champagne. Instead the mood of bonhomie turned frosty – and not just because there was no champagne, just red or white wine and a few canapes. The BBC's director-general, Mark Thompson, used the occasion to tell the corporation's biggest stars that the era of big pay deals was over. In a lengthy speech from the floor of the room, which one witness claimed took more than an hour, Thompson said ...
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'Outsider' Jena absent from district 11.6.2009 The Statesman
'Outsider' Jena absent from district
Ramsay courts a Rudd controversy 11.6.2009 The Statesman
Ramsay courts a Rudd controversy
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Compare and contrast 11.6.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
In the 70s Michele Hanson taught at Holland Park school, then a radical London comprehensive. Since then money has poured in, and with it uniforms, management speak and glossy spaces. Is it any the better for it? In the early 70s I taught at Holland Park school, one of the first purpose-built comprehensives in London, opened in 1958. It had a new headmaster, Dr Derek Rushworth. He made daring new changes, including the introduction of mixed-ability classes, the end of uniform and corporal punishment. Intellectual and approachable, he was a decent, passionate man with a sense of humour and the staff were fond of him and respected him. I had always found teaching music fairly hellish, but I was happier here than in any other school. To the ...
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Met officers flushed my head in toilet - suspect 11.6.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
• Solicitors for five held in drug raids allege torture • Six officers face IPCC over waterboarding claims One of the victims of alleged torture by six Metropolitan police officers claims his head was thrust down a toilet which was repeatedly flushed over him as he was interrogated, the Guardian has learned. The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating allegations that the officers, all of whom worked for Edmonton CID, used water torture on up to three suspects arrested last November on drug importation charges. One of those who claims he was maltreated is David Nwankwo. The 24-year-old, who is understood to be Nigerian-born, was arrested at a house in Tottenham, north London, during drug raids on 4 November. ...
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Peace haven 11.6.2009 BBC South Asia
Welcome to a quiet corner in Pakistan's troubled northwest
'Judge saab, please hang him. He has ruined my daughter's life' 11.6.2009 DNA: Top News
Three witnesses, who were lucky to survive the attack on 26/11, gave their accounts of the horrifying incident at the court on Wednesday.
Paper on surrogate ads tabled in Parliament 11.6.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
In an attempt to prevent liquor and tobacco companies from promoting their products through surrogate advertisements, the government has tabled a paper in Parliament.
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Filmmaker Subhash Sagar dead 11.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Filmmaker Subhash Sagar dead
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HC eye on rath yatra security 11.6.2009 Telegraph: Nation
Cuttack, June 10: Orissa High Court has decided to monitor security for the Puri rath yatra on June 24 when nearly 10 lakh devotees are expected to congregate in the pilgrim town.
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