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Searching Your Bride on Internet

Searching Your Bride on Internet It never ceases to amaze the lengths to which men will go to find love. Some treat this quest almost obsessively. Online dating has encouraged it and is used by men and women, who have understood that they are never going to find the ‘loves of their lives’ in nightclubs. In this regard, both the …

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32 people killed in Stampede during a Hindu festival 2014

32 people killed in Stampede during a Hindu festival 2014

32 people killed in Stampede during a Hindu festival 2014 NEW DELHI: At least 32 people were killed in a stampede during a Hindu festival in the eastern Indian state of Bihar on Friday, the state police chief said. A huge crowd had gathered at an outdoor venue in the state capital Patna for the burning of effigies at dusk, …

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Namibian custom of giving babies, shame on you

Namibian custom of giving babies, shame on you

Namibian custom of giving babies, shame on you WINDHOEK: A Namibian custom of giving babies embarrassing names like “shame on you” could be a thing of the past, if one of the country’s lawmakers has his way. Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Peya Mushelenga told AFP on Friday he wants a legal ban on the practice of vengeful fathers calling their …

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Taliban suicide attacker killed three people on Afghan army bus in Kabul

Taliban suicide attacker killed three people on Afghan army bus in Kabul

Taliban suicide attacker killed three people on Afghan army bus in Kabul KABUL: A Taliban suicide attacker killed three people on an Afghan army bus in Kabul on Thursday, the latest deadly strike against vehicles taking government staff to work in the Afghan capital. On Wednesday, Taliban suicide bombers killed at least seven people in similar attacks on two buses, …

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Myanmar news website was blocked by hackers

Myanmar news website was blocked by hackers

Myanmar news website was blocked by hackers YANGON: A popular Myanmar news website was blocked by hackers angry at its description of hardline Buddhist monks as “radical”, a message on the site said Thursday, accusing the publication of defending Muslims. The Irrawaddy saw its main English-language website briefly replaced with a black screen and notice railing against a blog it …

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Fifteen people were feared dead in Bulgaria explosives blast 2014-15

Fifteen people were feared dead in Bulgaria explosives blast 2014-15

Fifteen people were feared dead in Bulgaria explosives blast 2014-15 SOFIA: Fifteen people were feared dead Thursday after a blast flattened a Bulgarian explosives plant that decommissioned landmines, with the government saying there was “minimal” chance of finding survivors. “There are no signs of life at the site of the explosion” that ripped through the plant near the northwestern village …

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi wields broom in new Clean India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wields broom in new Clean India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wields broom in new Clean India NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi wielded a broom in a New Delhi slum on Thursday as he pledged to sweep away India´s reputation for poor public hygiene and rudimentary sanitation. Hours after flying home from Washington, the energetic premier rolled up his sleeves and picked up a brush to …

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10 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa drowned

10 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa drowned

10 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa drowned TRIPOLI: At least 10 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa drowned Thursday and dozens more were missing after their boat sank in the Mediterranean offshore Libya, the coast guard said. Between 80 and 90 people were rescued after the boat went down in waters east of Tripoli, a coast guard officer said, adding that survivors said …

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Germany University students No more tuition fees

Germany University students No more tuition fees

Germany University students No more tuition fees KARACHI: University students in Pakistan struggle to pay tuition and often drop out due to the heavy cost of higher-education, but in Germany when universities open next week, students will pay absolutely nothing. Gabriele Heinen-Kljajic, the minister for science and culture in Lower Saxony the last state to abolish tuition fees says, “We …

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US Military launch Air Strikes Attacks on Islamic State

US Military launch Air Strikes Attacks on Islamic State

US Military launch Air Strikes Attacks on Islamic State WASHINGTON: The US military launched fresh attacks on Islamic State forces in Iraq, using fighter aircraft and drones to carry out strikes near the Mosul dam, the Pentagon said on Saturday. “The strikes destroyed an ISIL armed vehicle, an ISIL fighting position, ISIL weapons, and significantly damaged an ISIL building,” an …

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