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Boo him like Beckham, American dream is over 22.7.2009 Rediff: Sports
He was supposed to be the man who would take soccer in the United States to the next level yet David Beckham is in danger of becoming an embarrassing liability to the game in the country. A significant section of the LA fans have turned against Beckham for one simple reason -- he turned his back on them.
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Scientists track eclipse from aircraft; conduct experiments 22.7.2009 DNA: Top News
A Mirage-2000 fighter jet and an AN-32 medium lift transport aircraft took to the skies early this morning with a team of astrophysicists and IAF personnel onboard.
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US ready to upgrade Gulf allies' defences: Clinton 22.7.2009 DNA: Top News
The US today declared it was ready to help its allies in the Gulf to establish a "defence umbrella" if Iran did not back down from its nuclear programme.
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Naked New Yorker to run for mayor 22.7.2009 DNA: Top News
Robert Burck, a New Yorker, has decided to run for the post of mayor of the city, but he has said that he will launch his campaign dressed in nothing but a cowboy hat, boots, and a pair of white underpants.
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First trials of swine flu vaccine begin 22.7.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
• Two biotechnology companies start injecting adult volunteers with swine flu vaccine • Experts say it could be two months before they can verify vaccine's effectiveness The world's first human trials of a swine flu vaccine have begun in Australia, drug company officials said today, as the global death toll from the virus rose to 700. Two biotechnology companies have started injecting adult volunteers in the southern city of Adelaide. CSL, a Melbourne company, has 240 people in its seven-month trial starting today. Vaxine, from Adelaide, began trials on Monday with 300 people. At least 41 people have died in swine flu-related illness in Australia, now well into its winter flu season. "We're in the southern hemisphere, and that is ...
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"Slander" Zardari jokes now banned in Pakistan 22.7.2009 DNA: Top News
The government has implemented a new Cyber Crimes Act under which any one who send jokes about Zardari by mobile sms, email or blog can be arrested.
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Caught joking about Zardari? Face 14-year jail term 22.7.2009 Rediff: Intl News
The government has implemented a new Cyber Crimes Act under which anybody sending jokes about Zardari by mobile sms, email or blog could be arrested and given a 14-year prison sentence.
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Increased Pak activity on Jammu border: BSF 22.7.2009 Rediff: Intl News
GK Bansal, additional director general of the BSF, was quoted by a private television channel, as saying that Pakistani Rangers were building embankments, bunkers and observation towers and said that this was too close for comfort, as they were just 10 to 15 meters from the international border.
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'Slander' Zardari jokes now banned in Pakistan 22.7.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Solar eclipse shrouds Asia in cloak of darkness 22.7.2009 Sify News
The longest solar eclipse of the 21st century plunged millions across Asia into temporary darkness on Wednesday, triggering scenes of religious fervour, fear and excitement across India and China.
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Naked New Yorker to run for mayor 22.7.2009 New Kerala: World News
Continental Airlines apologises to former President Dr. Kalam for frisking 22.7.2009 New Kerala: Health News
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Ex-armymen secure hotels 22.7.2009 DNA: Top News
With the aim of placing responsibility for their security arrangements in the right hands, hotels have preferred to hire former Army personnel in top positions.
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Continental apologises to Kalam for frisking fiasco 22.7.2009 Express India-- Front Page
The Continental Airlines has apologised to former President APJ Abdul Kalam for frisking ...
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Tracking the eclipse on board IAF aircraft 22.7.2009 Rediff: News
A Mirage-2000 fighter jet and an AN-32 medium lift transport aircraft took to the skies early Wednesday morning with a team of astrophysicists and IAF personnel onboard who carried out some experiments and filmed the longest total solar eclipse of the century.
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Frisking row: US airline apologises to Kalam 22.7.2009 Rediff: News
In its apology to Kalam for frisking him at the Indira Gandhi International Airport in a breach of protocol, it said it did not intend to offend the former President or the sentiments of the people of the country.
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Continental apologises to Kalam for frisking fiasco 22.7.2009 The Indian Express -- Front Page
The Continental Airlines has apologised to former President APJ Abdul Kalam for frisking him.
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AGP fumes over Sarma remark 22.7.2009 The Telegraph : North East
AGP fumes over Sarma remark
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AGP fumes over Sarma remark 22.7.2009 The Telegraph : North East
AGP fumes over Sarma remark
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Solar eclipse shrouds Asia in darkness after dawn 22.7.2009 Sify News
The longest solar eclipse of the 21st century pitched a swath of Asia from India to China into near darkness Wednesday as millions gathered to watch the phenomenon.
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