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India: Incompetent Arvind Kejriwal finds escape route, quits as chief minister

India: Incompetent Arvind Kejriwal finds escape route, quits as chief minister

Feb 14, – Incompetent Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal resigned over Jan Lokpal Bill, Finally he found escape route, as he is unable to govern and is getting “exposed”. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Friday resigned after failing to table the Jan Lokpal bill in the assembly, ending 49 days of AAP rule in the […]

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Excitement helps you focus on the positive, study suggests

Excitement helps you focus on the positive, study suggests

Jan 06, – If you ever experience performance anxiety — commonly known as stage fright — getting excited might help more than trying to calm down, according to a new study. Researchers at Harvard Business School found that becoming excited before stressful activities, such as taking a math test or speaking in front of a […]

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Survey: Afghans more optimistic for future

Survey: Afghans more optimistic for future

Dec 05, – A year before the scheduled drawdown of NATO forces, a majority of Afghans say their country is moving in the right direction, despite high concerns about insecurity, corruption and unemployment, according to a survey. With a presidential election approaching and ISAF troops preparing to leave the country by the end of 2014, […]

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Suicide bomber attacks Yemen’s defence ministry

Suicide bomber attacks Yemen’s defence ministry

Dec 05, – Sana’a: A suicide bomber drove a car packed with explosives into the gate of Yemen’s defence ministry in the capital Sana’a on Thursday morning, causing “a large number of casualties”, according to a source at the ministry. Yemeni officials say a car bomb targeting the motorcade of the country’s Defence Minister has […]

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Nigella Lawson admits using cocaine twice

Nigella Lawson admits using cocaine twice

Dec 04, – TV cook Nigella Lawson has admitted taking cocaine, but denies having a drug problem or being an addict. She said she had first taken the drug with her late husband John Diamond when he was terminally ill. Ms Lawson said she had taken it again in July 2010, after she felt she […]

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India: Maoists trigger landmine blast in Bihar, 7 cops killed

India: Maoists trigger landmine blast in Bihar, 7 cops killed

Dec 03, – Patna: Rampaging Maoists blew up a police vehicle in Bihar Tuesday, killing at least seven cops. The incident occurred in southern Bihar’s Aurangabad district while the police were patrolling in the areas. Reports said a police vehicle from the Tandawa police station in Aurangabad district comprising seven policemen had gone on patrolling […]

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News Update: Syria rebels recapture army base near Aleppo airport

News Update: Syria rebels recapture army base near Aleppo airport

Nov 09, Beirut: Syrian rebels have regained control of a strategic base near Aleppo international airport in fierce fighting that left more than 50 people dead, a monitoring group said on Saturday. Troops backed by fighters from Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah had recaptured large parts of Base 80 outside Syria’s main northern city in […]

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Berlusconi leaves office, Italy gov’t in crisis

Berlusconi leaves office, Italy gov’t in crisis

Sep 28, MILAN — Italy’s fragile coalition government was pushed into a full-fledged crisis Saturday after five ministers from former Premier Silvio Berlusconi’s political party announced their resignations. The move drew the ire of Premier Enrico Letta, who accused Berlusconi of a “crazy” gesture aimed at covering up his personal affairs. The five-month-old government has […]

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Mexican officials say 58 are missing after landslide smashes into tiny mountain village

Mexican officials say 58 are missing after landslide smashes into tiny mountain village

Sep 19, – Dozens of people have gone missing after a landslide demolished a village in southwestern Mexico. The country has been hit by hurricanes on its east and west coasts, affecting hundreds of thousands of people nationwide. At least 58 people were listed as missing in the small village of La Pintada on Thursday, […]

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