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A world free of death penalty soon, says Amnesty International
  London: The use of the death penalty is broadly diminishing around the world although a handful of countries that had not used capital punishment for several years resumed executions in 2012, Amnesty International said on Wednesday. India, Japan...
\'Iron Lady\' Margaret Thatcher dies of stroke at 87
  Britain\'s first and only woman Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, referred to as Iron Lady, today died of a stroke here at the age of 87, leaving an iconic stamp on world politics as one of most influential figures in the 20th century.The tough and o...
IAEA chief calls North Korea actions \'troubling\'
  Washington: The UN atomic watchdog chief on Monday called North Korea\'s drive to restart a nuclear site \"troubling\" and said his team could not detect whether the regime planned a new nuclear test due to a lack of access. Yukiya Amano, direct...
Musharraf gets approval to run in Pak election
  Former military ruler Pervez Musharraf was today given approval to run in the May 11 general elections from a seat in northern Pakistan after his nomination papers from two other constituencies in the country were rejected.Election officials accepted...
WikiLeaks publishes largest trove of US diplomatic records
  London: In what seems to be the largest trove of US files to be disclosed by the online whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, more than 1.7 million documents pertaining to US intelligence and diplomacy from the 1970s were released on Monday, reports said...
WikiLeaks to release more US diplomatic records
  Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks was to publish more than 1.7 million US diplomatic and intelligence documents from the 1970s, founder Julian Assange revealed. The website has collated a variety of records including cables, intelligence reports and ...
Barack Obama apologises to Kamala Harris
  After causing a stir for calling Kamala Harris as \"the best-looking attorney general\", US President Barack Obama has now apologised to her. On Thursday, Obama had said, \"She is brilliant and she is dedicated and she is tough, and she is exact...
Italian marinesí trial begins in special court
  Massimiliano Latorre and Salvatore Girone, accused of killing two Indian fishermen off the Kerala coast Feb 15 last year after mistaking them for pirates, a special court here will begin its proceedings in the case on Friday. The apex court on J...
North Korea missile danger escalates; US, UN wary
  Seoul: The United States said it was taking \"all necessary precautions\" after North Korea rang fresh alarms in an escalating crisis by moving a medium-range missile on Thursday to its east coast. Seoul\'s Defence Minister Kim Kwan-Jin said the...
Majority of Democrats want Hillary to contest 2016 elections
  The former US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is the choice of majority of Democrats to run for 2016 presidential elections, according to a opinion poll.The former first lady is far ahead of her nearest rival the Vice President Joe Biden (18 per ce...
 
 
 
           
 
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