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Tibetan community celebrates 75th birthday of the Dalai Lama 7.7.2010 New Kerala: India News
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Medical student escapes from abductors 7.7.2010 TOI: Cities
A student of Gauhati Medical College escaped from the clutches of his kidnappers and returned home here today, police said.
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Fish talk to each other, finds researcher 7.7.2010 Hindustan Times: News
Fish communicate with noises including grunts, chirps and pops, University of Auckland marine scientist Shahriman Ghazali has discovered according to newspaper reports.
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Shivsu wins orders from Africa 7.7.2010 HBL: Corporate
The Chennai-based Shivsu Canadian Clear International Ltd, a water technology solution provider, has bagged $6 million worth of order from African public and private sector institutions, according to a press release from the
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Lessons from Singapore: Mayor seeks to reduce evaporation at lakes 7.7.2010 Hindustan Times: News

Following their visit to Singapore, Mayor Shraddha Jadhav and civic group leaders of political parties claim to have found the solution to minimise the rate of evaporation of water from the six lakes that supply water to the city.

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Darwinism in the age of warming 7.7.2010 Deccan Chronicle: Op Ed

In 2009, the world celebrated the 200th anniversary of the life and work of Charles Darwin, a transformational scientist who brought about a revolution in our understanding of evolution. Evolution through natural selection among living organisms leading to the survival of the fittest was a concept alien to the Christian thought at Darwin’s time since there was strong faith in the heavenly creati

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When it comes to waterboarding, labels matter | Dan Kennedy 6.7.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
The press's failure to call waterboarding torture impedes honest discussion of the darkest years of the Bush presidency On 18 September 1945, barely a month after the Japanese surrender had brought second world war to a close, a sickening story appeared on page two of the New York Times. Headlined " Shanghai Reveals Torture Secrets ", the article, by Tillman Durdin, detailed torture techniques used against inmates of the Bridge House, a secret prison run by the Japanese in that Chinese city. The victims included Chinese and American soldiers, who suffered such horrors as lit cigarettes jammed up their nostrils and the use of electric shocks. Durdin continued: "The water treatment was another violent torture the Japanese used in the ...
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Other than food scarcity, blockade took a quiet toll on public health 6.7.2010 Kangla Online
Other than food scarcity, blockade took a quiet toll on public health
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Indian media eyes mid-ticket deals in coming months 6.7.2010 Business Standard: News Now
The fragmented media industry is heading for several mid-sized deals in coming quarters as cash-rich regional players try to expand and larger but loss-making operators look to consolidate around core segments.
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Decoding the art of a Japanese massage 5.7.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Decoding the art of a Japanese massage
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Pride and independence in Provincetown | Philip Hoare 5.7.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
Fourth of July celebrations in small-town America reveal liberality and inclusiveness, and a country at peace with itself Independence Day, Cape Cod style. I sit on the steps of the Albert Merola gallery on Commercial Street, Provincetown, to watch the passing parade in the blazing heat. Fire engines stuck over with ribbons and rosettes and the legend "Proud to be an American!" Drag queens perched on children's trikes. A marching pipe-and-drum band of girls and boys in colonial frockcoats and tricornes. The local congress representative glad-hands the crowd. And from an orange convertible, an Edna Everage impersonator (impersonating a female impersonator) waves her gladioli. Add to this to a shower of candy chucked to the applauding ...
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IVRCL Assets set to start Chennai desalination unit 5.7.2010 DNA: Top News
Waiting for govt nod to commence ops; will supply 100 million litres per day.
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‘We have enough water, distribution is a problem’ 4.7.2010 Hindustan Times: News
HUDA Administrator Nitin K Yadav defends his department.
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Nissan Copper eyes 150% jump in revenue 4.7.2010 Business Standard: News Now
Nissan Copper, a leading semi-finished copper products maker, is set to make a new plant operational this month which is likely to result in an over 150 per cent surge in its turnover in FY 11 to Rs 325 crore.
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An oyster omelette with Singapore sling 4.7.2010 DNA: Top News
The whole metro system looks spanking new; there's not an iota of litter, abused walls or neglect to be seen on the roads.
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Now, mayor wants bird park 4.7.2010 Hindustan Times: News
A bird park at Powai on the lines of Jurong Bird Park in Singapore. That’s the latest idea Mayor Shraddha Jadhav is dreaming of after returning from Singapore on Friday. Rajendra Aklekar & Bhavika Jain report.
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Officials should live in places of posting, minister advises 4.7.2010 Deccan Herald: District
Officials should live in places of posting, minister advises
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Bottled water gets costly so slums get cleaner sip 4.7.2010 Mumbai Mirror: City
The State Water Supply Department has decided to add a surcharge of Re 1 to bottled water, so that it can collect funds to purify water and supply it to parts of the state that get contaminated water. The surcharge will be used to set up a laboratory for checking ...
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Breathing in Varanasi gets shallow 3.7.2010 TOI: Cities
Are people living in urban areas of Varanasi taking shallow breaths instead of deep, lungful of air?
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A Lament For Lahore 3.7.2010 Outlook Web
May its lights always shine!
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