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Andhra CM announces more relief for farmers
The government had managed to convince farmers in the Krishna-Guntur belt to part with their lands totaling 25,000 acres.
Riot probe panel report to be tabled in Gujarat assembly
Report submitted by the probe panel to the Chief Minister Anandi Patel in November last after 12 years would be very soon’ made public for a debate.
Britain looks to special forces to help police in terrorist attacks
A review by Britain’s Ministry of Defence and the Home Office will also establish where hundreds of regular soldiers should be located to assist police in the event of a crisis.
Afghan avalanche death toll rises to 235 amid rescue effort
Severe weather has affected at least 21 of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces and more than 1,000 houses are destroyed or damaged.
Nepal police fire teargas at charter protesters
Protesters threw bricks and stones in brief clashes with security forces who responded with about 20 rounds of teargas.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor down with swine flu
Sonam Kapoor was in Rajkot to shoot for the film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo in which she stars opposite Salman Khan.
Indonesia’s stance ‘clear’ on Australians’ executions: Widodo
The looming sentences have dramatically heightened tensions between Australia and Indonesia, fraying ties that were only just recovering from a spying row.
Prince William evokes Diana memories on Japan tsunami trip
William visited with the cast of a samurai TV show, performed a good-luck sake-barrel-breaking ceremony at a shopping mall and had tea with Japan’s crown prince.
Jailed Kurdish leader in Turkey urges PKK to lay down arms
In 2013 Ocalan called for a “historic” ceasefire, after many months of secret negotiations with the Turkish government aimed at ending a conflict that has killed more than 40,000 people since 1984.
G4 renews call for Security Council reforms
Kutesa as well as the nation’s eager for reforming the UN are pushing for the reforms to be enacted at the September summit to mark the 70th anniversary of the world body’s founding.
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