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Ecuador's Throat of Fire erupts

Ecuador's Throat of Fire erupts

Reuters / Friday, September 11, 2015 Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano spews large clouds of gas and ash near Banos, September 11, 2015. Tungurahua, which means "Throat of Fire" in the local Quechua language, has been classified as active since ... Reuters, 3 weeks ago

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Pakistan Today

Khalis Food Market: A different taste of Lahore

Khalis Food Market held its OctoberFest this Sunday at Aslam Riaz Park. The market, which had been delayed by an hour out of respect for the late Justice Javed Iqbal's Qul in a separate part of the park, welcomed over 3,000 people. Established ...
 Pakistan Today14 hours ago

Has Narendra Modi's foreign policy bubble burst?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has returned to India after a high-profile visit to the United States where he rubbed shoulders with global leaders, met industry representatives and also reached out to the large and increasingly influential Indian ...
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6 Exotic Retirement Destinations to Consider

Figuring out the best location to retire in can be a long and arduous process. There are many factors that one must consider: Where do I want to live? Will my cost of living be low or high? What type of climate do I want to live in? Which ...
 Zacks.com2 days ago
New America Media

Beef Ban Extremism: Someone's Dinner is Now Part of a Criminal Probe

New America Media , Commentary, , Posted: Oct 01, 2015 The rumour of beef and pig tallow greasing cartridges is supposed to have spawned what the British called the Indian mutiny. That was 1857. Now in 2015 rumours of eating beef can get you ...
 New America Media2 days ago

Hindu neighbours helped Muslim family in Bisada escape mob

Seventy members of a Muslim joint family in Bisada village of Uttar Pradesh, where a man was lynched following rumours that he slaughtered a calf, owe their lives to their Hindu neighbours. Provided by Hindustan Times Amid the communal ...
 MSN News US2 days ago

14 Offbeat Jobs That Are Way More Exciting Than Your Classic 9-5 Routine

If youre thoroughly bored of the excel sheets, MS Office and your nearly defunct photocopy machines, then consider going off the beaten track with these career choices. While some of them might still require you to be at or near a desk, they're way ...
 Indiatimes3 days ago

For Afghan child-rape we need to impose the Yamashita Rule

, a US military tribunal in Manila handed down a death sentence to Japanese General Tomoyuki Yamashita, the victor of Malaya and Singapore and the last commander of Japanese forces in the Philippines. The reason was not anything Yamashita had done, ...
 Redstate3 days ago

Personal laws need urgent reform

The Supreme Court (SC) has reminded the Union Government thrice in this year of its obligation to enact a Uniform Civil Code (UCC) as enshrined in Article 44 of the Constitution. This Article being one of the directive principles of State Policy ...
 The Statesman4 days ago

'Someone did the 7/11 blasts, someone else has been punished'

The 7/11 judgment doesn’t render justice either to those who died in the trains blasts or to those who have been convicted for it, kin of one of the convicts tells Prasanna D Zore/ Image: Rasheeda Bano and Hazrat Ali Shaikh, the sister-in-law and brother of convict Shaikh Mohammed Ali Alam Shaikh, who was awarded life imprisonment for his involvement in the 7/11 Mumbai train blasts. Photograph: Prasanna D Zore. The families’ reactions are as predictable as the ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
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