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Cabinet ministers tell May to end austerity: Observer

Health minister Jeremy Hunt wants the government to drop a cap on public sector pay rises of a below-inflation 1 percent for nurses, while education minister Justine Greening wants more money for schools, according to the newspaper. DNA, 1 month ago

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Georgia police hunt escaped inmates after two guards killed| Reuters

By Gina Cherelus Police in Georgia were searching on Tuesday for two armed inmates who escaped from a prison transport after overpowering and disarming their guards, both of whom were shot dead, authorities said.The guards were transporting prisoners at 5:45 ...
 First Post.com2 months ago
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Theresa May unveils 'talented' new Cabinet, Priti Patel retains portfolio

Theresa May on Sunday appointed her close ally Damian Green as her first secretary of state while Priti Patel remained the senior-most Indian-origin Cabinet minister as the embattled British premier unveiled her new Cabinet after shock election results forced her to form a minority government. Patel holds on to her position as the senior-most Indian-origin Cabinet minister and will remain in charge as the secretary of state for international development in the new government, which May said ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Toon turtles & tigers talk global warming: Here's Rohan Chakravarty's Green Humour

Imagine living out your life drawing deliciously humourous cartoons about the environment, feeling good about doing something right, and getting recognised for it. One can't imagine it, honestly, because one can't draw to save one's life. But that's not the ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Chalo Mansa: Cradle of Left in Punjab calls for Dalit-Left unity to challenge BJP

Mansa, the nerve centre of the Left in Punjab's Malwa region, saw a call for coming together of the Dalit and Left forces in the country. The aim is to raise the banner of the right to dissent and fight against anti-people and the divisive policies of the ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Ultra-Left activist Varavara Rao: 'What kind of democracy is India today?'

All the people's movements over the last 50 years have borne the shadow of the upsurge triggered at Naxalbari village in West Bengal in 1967. Things have changed, but the soul of Naxalism lives on in different forms at different places. This was underlined by ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

After Bengal tiger, it's the turn of tigress to roar at Lord's

For the uninitiated, a noted sports goods supplier in Kolkata had recently introduced 'Bengal Tigress' - a red ball - as a mark of respect to Jhulan Goswami for her immense contribution to Indian cricket. As she gallopped through the lush green hallowed turf ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

London hunts for ways to stop deadly youth stabbings

Nearly one young person a week has been stabbed to death in London so far this year, leaving British authorities hunting for ways to stop the increasing violence. Twenty-seven people under the age of 25 have been stabbed to death in London since the start of ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
Sify

Why the Sensex touched 32000 today?

For all those dealing on the BSE today, July 13 will be another landmark. The benchmark Sensex touched 32000, and by 1:17 PM was still in the green by 239.19 points or a 0.75% lead from the day opening of 31896.23. There is little to wonder why the Sensex ...
 Sify1 month ago
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Face-to-face with a King Cobra!

The monkeys can't take their eyes off the snake, and Geetanjali Krishna has forgotten to breathe. *IMAGE: 'As we watch in awe, the magnificent snake rears its head several feet above the ground'.Photograph: Kind courtesy Marathekedar93/Wikimedia Commons At first, I think it's a thick log that has fallen on the forest floor near the pond. Hundreds of bees are buzzing all around, their hive disturbed perhaps, by the monkeys overhead. They are making alarmed sounds, as they are wont to do when ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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