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Sex and drugs? Real rock rebels are into tax-efficient accountancy abuse | Stewart Lee 18.5.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
In his selective approach to paying tax, Gary Barlow has emerged as the poster boy for our morally short-changed society Last week it was confirmed that Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard "the duck" Donald, the key talents of legendary rock'n'rollers Take That, hid £63m in the Icebreaker tax avoidance scheme . Barlow's crime may cause short-lived shame, but it could guarantee the Take That frontispiece an eternal place in the rock'n'roll annals that his music (a regular presence on David Cameron's Spotify account) might not. Sid Vicious, Pete Doherty and Screaming Lord Sutch can step down. Gary Barlow is now the most offensive rock'n'roller of ...
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Security fears mount over Ukraine elections 17.5.2014 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Ukraines election body issued a stark warning on Saturday that it may be impossible to hold next weeks presidential election in the east where a proMoscow insurgency is threatening to plunge the country into allout civil ...
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Varsity VC Booked on Attempt To Murder Charge in TN 17.5.2014 Outlook Wires
The Vice-Chancellor of Madurai Kamaraj University, its Registrar and five others have been booked on charges of attempt to murder the Convenor of the Save MKU Coalition, a body fighting against "corrupt practices" in the university administration.
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UN alarmed by deteriorating human rights situation in Ukraine 17.5.2014 New Kerala: World News
New York, May 17 : A United Nations report released on Friday documents an "alarming" deterioration of the human rights situation in eastern Ukraine, including serious problems emerging in Crimea, citing numerous examples of targeted killings, torture and beatings, abductions, intimidation and some cases of sexual harassment, committed mostly by anti-Government groups.
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Manchester City accept £49m fine and transfer cap from Uefa over FFP 17.5.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Fine is conditional on maximum losses until 2015
Club's transfers limited to £49m net in next window

Manchester City have reluctantly accepted a conditional £49m fine and restrictions on their European squad and incoming transfers under Uefa's new financial fair play regime.

But the club said their summer transfer plans would be unaffected by restrictions they said would limit them to a maximum £49m net outlay in the upcoming transfer window.

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Northern Ireland's peace is delicately poised it needs to look forward | Colum McCann 17.5.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The anniversary of the deadliest day of the Troubles should be a reminder that peace is not static Forty years ago, on 17 May 1974, three no-warning bombs ripped through the heart of Dublin city. Less than an hour afterwards another bomb shattered the rural quiet of Monaghan town. In all, 33 people were killed and more than 300 were injured. On the streets of Dublin, sheets of newspaper were laid over the dismembered bodies to hide them from view; the headlines soaked up the blood the news in advance. The atrocity was one of the first big spillovers of violence from Northern Ireland to the Republic: the violence appeared viral. There would be more bloody headlines to come: 3,600 people would eventually lose their lives in the Troubles. But perhaps the greatest headline of recent Irish history is that a peace agreement has held for 16 years. If the Irish peace process was once a toddler, it is now at the age where it must ready itself for university or a job or perhaps, most chillingly, the unemployment ...
US warns China over run-ins 17.5.2014 Top Stories
Many Taiwanese-owned firms bore the brunt because the crowds believed they were owned by mainland Chinese
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24 dead as Libya ex-general battles Benghazi Islamists 17.5.2014 Zee News : World
Libyan forces loyal to a rogue general, vowing to flush "terrorists" out of Benghazi, clashed with former rebel Islamist groups in the eastern city today, killing 24 people and wounding some 150.
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Curfew-bound areas peaceful 17.5.2014 Hindu: News
RAF, APSP and police maintain a strict vigil
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'We have to go to the cops' 16.5.2014 TOI: Entertainment
A representation of the Film and TV producers to approach the police for protection against 'rowdy' members of the Allied Mazdoor Union.
Death of Uefa's FFP investigator may delay Manchester City ruling 16.5.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Jean-Luc Dehaene was a former Belgian prime minister
City facing £49m fine and cut to Champions League squad

The death of Jean-Luc Dehaene, the former Belgian prime minister who has headed Uefa's financial fair play investigations, may cause a delay to the case surrounding Manchester City's breach of the FFP rules.

Dehaene, 73, had been suffering from cancer but died following a fall in France, according to media reports in Belgium. Dehaene was chairman of the Club Football Control Body (CFCB) and it is understood he had been struggling with his illness during recent weeks. He still took an active role in the investigations and had been kept updated with all the documentation.

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2014 elections: Madani urges PM, home minister for steps to prevent any clashes after poll results  16.5.2014 TOI: India
Maulana Mahmood Madani of the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind urged the PM to direct law enforcement agencies to be vigilant and show zero tolerance for mischief makers after the announcement of poll results on ...
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Bengal refuses Gujarat lesson 16.5.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
Mamata Banerjee's Bengal has snubbed a suggestion by Delhi to follow the method devised by Narendra Modi's Gujarat to redress complaints under the Right to Education Act in three to 30 days.
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For one family, death comes calling twice 16.5.2014 TOI: India
Arsh Mahal, the slum affected by communal violence, turned into a place of mourning on Wednesday when three of its young men fell to bullets fired by the Border Security Force to quell ...
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Victims suffered multiple injuries in communal riots 16.5.2014 TOI: India
Armed personnel of the Border Security Force (BSF) seemed to have fired indiscriminately on rioters on Wednesday with some of them hit by multiple bullets, underscoring complete failure of the Cyberabad police in directing the paramilitary force to exercise ...
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UN condemns murder of photojournalist in CAR 15.5.2014 New Kerala: World News
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Man Gets Life Term for Raping Minor 15.5.2014 newindianexpress.com
Woman's body found hanging from tree; murder suspected 15.5.2014 deccanherald.com
A middle-aged woman was found hanging from a tree in a forest area of the district with police suspecting it to be a case of murder.

Police yesterday received information from a local that the body of the woman, around 45 years of age, was hanging from a tree in Manicha forest in Thane district, assistant police inspector S T Patil said today.

Police recovered the unidentified body from the spot and sent it for postmortem.

A case has been registered under section 302 (murder) of IPC against the unknown killers. A search is on to identify the culprits and nab them to ascertain the motive behind the killing, he added.
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2 dead in post poll violence in Bengal 15.5.2014 New Kerala: West Bengal
Purulia, May 14 : Unabated violence continued to rock various parts of West Bengal even after the polling is over with two more deaths reported in past 24 hours, official sources said.
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Battle for bheris keeps Haroa on the boil 15.5.2014 TOI: Calcutta Times
Bheris or commercial fish ponds abound in this part of the state and the CPM, during its tenure, succeeded in turning them into political war ...
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