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Five Militants Killed in Pakistan's Balochistan 22.3.2014 Outlook Wires
At least five militants were today killed and eight arrested during an encounter with security forces in southwest Pakistan's Balochistan province.
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JAC alleges murder 22.3.2014 Manipur: E-Pao
JAC alleges murder
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A way out of the waste dilemma 22.3.2014 Hindu: News
Circular of 2008 gives Corporation a shot in the arm
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Students' Body Slams Teachers 22.3.2014 newindianexpress.com
The Student Federation of India (SFI) Tamil Nadu unit leader Rajmohan has condemned the move of the Teachers’ Association, to divert the attention away from the issue of the recent sexual abuse of two girls by a teacher.
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Russia sanctions: little bark, less bite | Editorial 22.3.2014 Guardian: Comment is Free
The EU and US have been talking tough and producing lists of high-profile Russians they have identified for asset freezes The international community does not like it, but Ukraine has lost Crimea to Russia. The question now is how to persuade President Vladimir Putin against taking another pound of Ukrainian flesh or, more likely, attempting to render the country ungovernable. To this end, the EU and US have been talking tough and producing lists of high-profile Russians they have identified for asset freezes and travel bans. The EU yesterday announced it was adding 12 people to the list of 21 officials it will punish. On Thursday, the US came out with its own second tranche of individuals to target. Neither the rhetoric nor the sanctions have looked convincing, but the US Treasury's list is at least a fascinating account of where Washington believes the bodies are buried in the Putin administration. Among the four men and one bank listed under the heading "members of the inner circle" is ...
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Taliban gun down Kabul hotel diners as pre-election violence grows 21.3.2014 DNA: Popular News
A Taliban assault on the restaurant of a luxury hotel considered one of the safest places in Kabul and frequented by foreigners and Afghan officials has added to a tide of violence sweeping Afghanistan two weeks before a presidential election. Taliban gunmen smuggled tiny pistols past the Serena hotel's heavy security cordon and waited for the restaurant to fill up for an Afghan New Year dinner before emerging to shoot diners point-blank. Three children between two and five were found with bullets in their heads. Four of the nine dead were foreigners. Hours later, a bomb attack in the southerly Kandahar province wounded the deputy governor and left his chief of staff in critical condition. The Islamist movement has ordered its fighters to use "full force" to disrupt the vote and threatened to kill anyone who participates in what it calls a Western-backed sham. This week alone, seven or eight suicide bombers killed at least 11 people in the eastern city of Jalalabad, while ...
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Fifa should stop Russia hosting 2018 World Cup, says Andy Burnham 21.3.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Labour shadow minister says football governing body should 'revisit decision' to let Russia host cup after Crimea annexation Football authorities should look at stopping Russia from hosting the Fifa World Cup in 2018 over its annexation of Crimea, a Labour frontbencher has said. The shadow health secretary, Andy Burnham, made the suggestion as the EU imposed further sanctions on 12 Russians connected to the Kremlin as punishment for taking over part of Ukraine. Speaking on BBC Question Time, he said it was Fifa's decision to make but it should "revisit" that choice. Clive Efford, Labour's shadow sports minister, later said that no country should "unilaterally boycott" the 2018 World Cup in Russia but "Fifa should discuss contingency plans today in case the situation escalates". The EU is now looking at other possible financial sanctions in case the crisis escalates – for example if Russia moves into eastern Ukraine. An EU-Russia summit in June will be cancelled along regular ...
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Udaya Laxmi suspended for two years 21.3.2014 Hindu: Sport
Quartermiler-turned-shot putter P. Udaya Laxmi has been suspended for two years for testing positive for methylhexanemine (MHA).Passing the order on Thursday, the National Anti-Doping Agenc...
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Safety first 20.3.2014 Financial Chronicle
We invest a lot of time, money and effort in health and nutrition in trying to become fitter. Usually we focus on weight management, toning up and living healthy. We rarely think about taking up a martial art or self-defence classes. Let’s face it, with the growing violence against women as well as the ever increasing aggression on the streets, it is almost becoming essential to be better equipped to be able to protect oneself. We can work hard and make our bodies look fabulous; similarly it can be damaged and broken down in a split second. Therefore, it is sensible and highly recommended that everyone should learn some basics in defending themselves in case of a physical encounter. If people can invest in a car alarm to protect their car and a smoke detector to protect their house, then it makes a lot of sense to invest in classes to protect the most important thing, yourself. It should be first accepted and realised that anyone can be a target of abuse or a physical attack. The second thing to ...
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Iraq attacks kill eight on invasion anniversary 20.3.2014 Zee News : World
Attacks killed eight people across Iraq Thursday, a day after bombings, shootings and shelling left 46 people dead, part of a surge in bloodshed with elections due within weeks.
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UNSC to Stop Illicit Oil Export from Libya 20.3.2014 newindianexpress.com
The UN Security Council (UNSC) decided Wednesday to take measures to stop illicit crude oil export from Libya, requesting countries to prohibit vessels with illicitly exported oil from entering their ports.
1 dead, 4 hurt in police firing 19.3.2014 The Assam Tribune
1 dead, 4 hurt in police firing
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Crimea vote will worsen situation: UN chief 18.3.2014 Zee News : World
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was deeply concerned and disappointed with Crimea`s secession referendum Sunday and said it would only exacerbate an already complex and tense situation.
One killed, 4 injured in police firing in Assam 18.3.2014 Zee News : States
One person was killed and four others were injured Tuesday when police opened fire to quell violence involving two groups over fishing in a leased out natural water body in the district.
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One Killed, Four Injured in Police Firing in Assam 18.3.2014 Outlook Wires
One person was killed and four others were injured today when police opened fire to quell violence involving two groups over fishing in a leased out natural water body in the district.
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Crimea vote will worsen situation: UN chief 18.3.2014 New Kerala: World News
United Nations, March 18 : UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was deeply concerned and disappointed with Crimea's secession referendum Sunday and said it would only exacerbate an already complex and tense situation.
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Thai government lifts emergency in Bangkok, surrounding areas 18.3.2014 Zee News : World
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday lifted a nearly two-month-old state of emergency in Bangkok and surrounding areas after political violence against her government eased.
Thai Government Lifts Two-Month Old Emergency 18.3.2014 Outlook Wires
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra today lifted a nearly two-month-old state of emergency in Bangkok and surrounding areas after political violence against her government eased.
Ukraine: Ban urges dialogue to address political crisis 18.3.2014 New Kerala: World News
New York, Mar 18 : Leading the United Nations push for parties in Ukraine to resolve the country's ongoing political crisis through peaceful dialogue, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday said he is "deeply concerned and disappointed" that this weekend's Crimea secession referendum will only exacerbate an "already complex and tense situation."
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UN urges Afghanistan to ensure peaceful, credible polls 18.3.2014 New Kerala: World News
New York, Mar 18 : In a personal appeal to the Afghan people less than three weeks before national elections, a senior United Nations envoy on Monday urged all citizens of the nascent democracy to exercise their right to vote and not allow spoilers to deter the holding of peaceful and credible polls.
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