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Ink thrown at billionaire businessman Subrata Roy is latest in string of vigilante-type attacks on perceived offenders.
News23 Dec 2013 11:07 GMT
Party seeks to mend its graft-tainted image by extending support to new party in Delhi, after being routed in polls.
Asia16 Dec 2013 05:24 GMT
Anti-corruption icon Hazare and protege Kejriwal fall out over the contents of the bill for an independent ombudsman.
Archive25 Nov 2003 09:23 GMT
Space is the latest arena of rivalry between the United States and the European Union. And, the issue: a satellite navigation entity that will end the monopoly of the US’ Global Pos
Archive29 Apr 2003 17:30 GMT
Oil may have brought untold riches to the Middle East but on its own it is a tenuous and ineffective base for regional development
Archive25 Apr 2003 12:59 GMT
Despite US protestations to the contrary, Afghanistan finds itself in the lurch. After promising to hold Kabul's hand and rebuild the country, W
Archive24 Apr 2003 18:50 GMT
The promotion of opium cultivation in Afghanistan to pay for the liberation war against the former Soviet Union left a devastating legacy.
Archive24 Apr 2003 18:18 GMT
Two years after the ousting of the Taliban, US cluster bombs and depleted uranium armaments continue to exact a heavy toll on innocent Afghans.
Archive24 Apr 2003 18:01 GMT
Marwan Barghouti is considered the protégé of Yasser Arafat, and his possible successor
Archive24 Apr 2003 17:40 GMT
Together Yasser Arafat and Fatah embody the Palestinian cause. It has taken years of hard work and commitment to achieve this synonymity
Archive24 Apr 2003 17:22 GMT
Bishara has used his position in the Knesset to impress upon Israelis the moral and political urgency of leaving the Occupied Territories
Archive23 Apr 2003 08:06 GMT
The US is attempting to restrict software outsourcing to India to protect its own information technologists
India Maoist attack survivor: Soldiers fell like trees
A cry for help: Millions facing famine in Yemen
Reza Aslan believes in everything - just a little bit
Inside Tehran's monument to US 'arrogance'
US judge halts Trump's plan to punish sanctuary cities
South Korea deploys parts of US missile defence system
Syria's war explained from the beginning
Two Koreas: History at a glance
China launches first domestically-made aircraft carrier
Killed for their bones - On the trail of the trade in human body parts
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