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Row over women in Cabinet
Hardliners protest against absence of head scarves

Al-Qaeda on the defensive, says CIA
Washington: The Al-Qaeda has been essentially defeated in Iraq and Saudi Arabia and is on the defensive throughout most of the rest of the world, the CIA claimed. The upbeat assessment comes less than a year after U.S. intelligence ...

HABIT REVOLUTION
China limits plastic bag use


Labour the new “nasty” party
LONDON: For more than a decade, the embarrassing distinction of being Britain’s most “nasty” mainstream political party — sleazy, incompetent, xenophobic and divided — belonged to the Tories. But, now, it ...

India & World
An idea that will reduce India’s role
SINGAPORE: Singapore Defence Minister Teo Chee Hean on Sunday emphasised the continuing relevance of the United States to the security and stability of the wider East Asian region that would include India. And, on that note, the seventh Asia ...

“India needs peaceful neighbourhood”
Singapore: India needs a secure and peaceful neighbourhood for its growth as the country faced “difficult history” with some of its neighbours and was still fighting external forces fomenting state-sponsored terrorism, Minister of ...

Australian province contributes $600,000 for Hindu temple
Melbourne: A provincial government in Australia has contributed $600,000 for the construction of a Royal Tower in a new Hindu temple in Perth. Western Australia (WA) Premier Alan Carpenter donned traditional Hindu garb at the ...

BrahMos Aerospace absent at Berlin Air Show
Berlin: BrahMos Aerospace, responsible for manufacturing the supersonic cruise missile considered the pride of India’s defence might, was surprisingly missing at the Berlin Air Show, where the country had showcased its military prowess. ...




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