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Mexican drug cartel massacres have method in their brutal madness 15.5.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Violence that has claimed 50,000 lives is horrific but not mindless: it is inter-cartel turf wars played out in body count This weekend's discovery in Mexico of 49 headless, handless and footless bodies dumped alongside a road just outside the northern industrial hub of Monterrey was the worst event of its kind, but it was far from the only one. Last Wednesday, 18 mutilated bodies were found in abandoned vehicles near the country's second largest city, Guadalajara. The week before that, nine bodies were hung from a bridge, and in another case 14 severed heads were left in ice boxes outside the local government office in the north-east border city of Nuevo Laredo. The federal government issued a statement following the latest incident in this spate of mass murders, blaming the cartels for "unleashing inhuman and inadmissible episodes of irrational violence in their criminal dispute". Most independent observers, however, question the portrayal of the horror as mindless. They tend to put ...
Russia says killed 7 Islamist militants: Agencies 14.5.2012 DNA: Top News
Russian forces launched an offensive in Dagestan late last week against militants who aim to carve an Islamic state from Russia's mostly Muslim southern flank.
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Mexico: 49 headless bodies dumped on highway 14.5.2012 CNN-IBN: World
Forty-nine bodies with their heads, hands and feet hacked off were found Sunday dumped on a northern Mexico highway leading to the Texas border in what appeared to be the latest carnage in an escalating war between Mexico's two dominant drug cartels.
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Mexican police find 49 headless bodies 14.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Mexican police find 49 headless bodies
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A new way to track crime scene invaders 14.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
A new way to track crime scene invaders
Full text: Bill against child sexual abuse 14.5.2012 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Three days before the Satyamev Jayate episode the Rajya Sabha passed the Bill on child sexual abuse.
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A courageous battle against patriarchal values 14.5.2012 Hindu: News
Writer-activist Meena Kandasamy thinks that the education system prevalent in the country smacks of entrenched oppression thanks to the hierarchical structures erected by the patriarchy. Ta...
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Mexican police find 49 bodies in north: Officials 14.5.2012 Asian Age: International
Mexican police said Sunday they had found 49 mutilated bodies dumped in black plastic bags near the northern city of Monterrey, in an apparent flare up of brutal drug violence. A spokesperson for the state of Nuevo Leon said that 49 bodies had been counted after their discovery on an isolated stretch of a highway 180 kilometers (110 miles) from the US border. The find comes just days after police discovered the dismembered, decapitated bodies of 18 people in two abandoned vehicles in western Mexico, in what appeared to be a revenge killing involving powerful drug gangs. Just a few days earlier, there were 23 killings in the city of Nuevo Laredo, in Tamaulipas state which borders the United States, comprising nine people found hanging from a bridge and 14 others that had been decapitated. Suspected drug gang violence has risen across the country this month, with scores of deaths attributed to massacres and clashes with security forces. Authorities have blamed much of the deadly ...
Naxals kill ASI, Salwa Judum leader 13.5.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Forensics: A new way to track crime scene invaders? 13.5.2012 Zee News : Science and Technology
In a big aid to detectives faced with investigating gruesome crimes,scientist claims to have built up data that may help determine whether marks on a dead body were due to violence or work of insects.
Scientist implicates insects in 'murder mysteries' 13.5.2012 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
Abortion As A Feminist Issue 12.5.2012 Outlook Web
Who decides, and what?
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All Izz Not Well 11.5.2012 Opinion
Since the media blitz and publicity has over-powered any dispassionate debate on the first episode of Aamir Khan's much publicized TV show Satyamev Jayate, we need to ensure that our critical faculties are not swept away by this euphoria.
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Fifteen mutilated bodies found in western Mexico 11.5.2012 New Kerala: India News
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Gondia takes guard against Gadchiroli symptoms 11.5.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Gondia takes guard against Gadchiroli symptoms
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Syria suicide bombers kill many, ceasefire in tatters 11.5.2012 Asian Age: International
Two suicide car bombers killed 55 people and wounded 372 in Damascus on Thursday, state media said, the deadliest attacks in the Syrian capital since an uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began 14 months ago. The blasts further shredded a ceasefire that was declared by international mediator Kofi Annan on April 12 but that has failed to halt bloodshed pitting Assad's security forces against peaceful demonstrators and an array of armed insurgents. Opposition leaders said Annan's peace plan was dead, while Western powers insisted it remained the best way forward. Annan condemned the "abhorrent" bombings and urged all parties to halt violence and protect civilians. "The Syrian people have already suffered too much," he said in a statement. The White House and the United Nations also condemned the attacks, for which there was no claim of responsibility. Syria's foreign ministry said the attacks were a sign that the major Arab state was facing ...
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Syria suicide bombers kill 55, ceasefire in tatters 11.5.2012 CNN-IBN: World
Two suicide car bombers killed 55 people and wounded 372 in Damascus on Thursday, state media said, the deadliest attacks in the Syrian capital since an uprising against President Bashar al-Assad began 14 months ago.
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Security to be beefed up to avoid campus clashes 11.5.2012 TOI: Calcutta Times
Security to be beefed up to avoid campus clashes
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ATIRA for more centres of excellence 11.5.2012 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Even as its proposed center of excellence (CoE) in composites gets underway with a Rs 25 crore sanction from the central government, the Ahmedabad Textile Industry's Research Association (ATIRA) is planning to set up more number of CoEs.
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Syria suffers worst terror attack since start of uprising 10.5.2012 The Guardian -- Front Page
Government and opposition blame each other for twin suicide car bombings in Damascus that leave dozens dead Syria suffered its worst terrorist attack since the start of the uprising when 55 people were reported killed and nearly 400 injured in twin suicide car bomb blasts near a government intelligence building in Damascus. Syrian officials and media blamed foreign-backed terrorist groups for the attack on Thursday, saying it was carried out "in the service of the interests of Israel and its allies in the region". Russia hinted that other unnamed countries were involved. The opposition accused the regime of President Bashar al-Assad of carrying out the bombings to smear them as terrorists supported by foreign governments. The death toll was the biggest in Damascus since the start of the uprising in March 2011. It was sophisticated and carefully co-ordinated. Witnesses said the first blast, at rush hour peak, was quickly followed by a second, larger one, maximising casualties, damage ...
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