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Dozens killed in a major terrorist attack in Xinjiang

Dozens killed in a major terrorist attack in Xinjiang

Dozens of civilians were killed or wounded in a major terror attack by knife-wielding extremists in China's restive Xinjiang province, the police said on Tuesday. A gang armed with knives attacked a police station and government offices in ElixkuTownship in ShacheCounty, KashgarPrefecture. Some of the attackers then moved on to the nearby HuangdiTownship, attacking civilians and smashing vehicles as they passed. Dozens of Uygur and Han civilians were killed or injured in Monday’s attack, ..., 2 days ago

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England seek to restore pride

SOUTHAMPTON: England won’t just be looking to end a sequence of 10 Tests without a win when they face India in the third Test at Southampton on Sunday, they will be aiming to restore their pride. Monday’s 95-run defeat in the second Test at ...
 Himalayan times4 days ago

Sensex ends above 26,000 led by telecom shares

Benchmark share indices firmed up in late trades to end near their day's highs with the Sensex closing above 26,000 for the second time amid a rally in telecom shares and renewed buying interest in Reliance Industries and HDFC Group shares. Foreign institutional investors which have remained net buyers in the previous four sessions also aided sentiment.   The 30-share Sensex ended up 311 points at 26,026 after hitting an intra-day high of 26,050 and the 50-share Nifty gained 84 points ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Sensex ends 222 points higher led by rate sensitive shares  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Govt says Speaker above party lines, slams Kamal Nath's remarks

The government on Monday slammed Congress leader Kamal Nath for his remarks that Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan's decision on the issue of grant of Leader of Opposition status could be "flavoured" by BJP, saying it is "unfortunate" as the Speaker is above party lines. The remarks were made by Parliamentary Affairs Minister Venkaiah Naidu even as the government reached out to the opposition ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament, saying it was ready to discuss any issue raised by the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

World Cup: French Team's Success Boosts Subscriber Figures for Al-Jazerra-owned Channel Bein Sports

PARIS -- The World Cup has turned out to be a winner for pay-TV network Bein Sports in France. Bein, which is owned by Quatar-based broadcaster Al Jazeera, added 850,000 new subscribers in France this month, growing from 1.7 million households to ...
 Yahoo Philippines News3 weeks ago

After 'girls in pubs' row, Goa minister now seeks ban on bikinis

Having already triggered a controversy by his remark against "young girls going to pubs in short dresses", Goa minister Sudin Dhavalikar on Tuesday waded into another, saying bikinis should be banned on state's beaches. "Wearing bikinis should be banned on Goa's beaches," said Dhavalikar, the state's public works department minister, comments that may not go down well with hordes of foreign tourists who throng Goa's shores every year to soak in the sun. "We should not allow girls with bikinis ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Anti-World Cup protests held during Brazil's win over Cameroon

Monday’s protests in Brasilia, where the match was being played, and Sao Paulo, the cradle of Brazil's recent protest movement, drew relatively small crowds amid a heavy police presence.      "I want to see a worker earn the ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

World Cup sidelights: No 'Van' to drive Dutch ambitions

The suspension of captain Robin van Persie for Monday’s World Cup Group B decider against Chile means the Netherlands will play an international without a player whose surname begins with ‘Van’ for the first time in almost two decades. The last time it happened was in 1996 in a friendly against China, some 221 matches ago, the Algemeen Dagblad reported on Saturday. Since then the Dutch have had at least one ‘Van’ on the field but ironically in the reign of coach ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Ban deplores attacks on civilians in Kenya

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday condemned "in the strongest terms" the attacks that took place on Sunday in Mpeketoni, Kenya, which reportedly killed at least 48 people and wounded many more. “The Secretary-General extends his ...
 Sify1 month ago

UN urges rapid peacekeeping response in Cote d'Ivoire

The reduction of peacekeeping personnel in Cote d'Ivoire will continue, given 'impressive' progress there, but the rapid reaction capabilities of remaining forces must be boosted to help ensure security during planned elections, the top United Nations envoy ...
 Sify1 month ago
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