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Pakistan's Sharif headed for 3rd term after vote
As unofficial returns continued to roll in Sunday, state TV estimates put Sharif close to the majority needed to govern outright. Even if he falls short of that threshold, independent candidates...
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Varieties of unreason
Is it time we started to treat Richard Dawkins' account of the world with a little more rational scepticism? "Richard Dawkins will always sound pretty daring to rebellious teenagers," writes Dan Hind...
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Bangladesh building collapse: clashes erupt amid ...
Rescue work at the site of the clothes factory in Bangladesh that collapsed this week was suspended for two hours on Friday morning after relatives of hundreds of workers who are still missing clashed...
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Can a religious believer be a serious journalist?...
... Apr 2013 3:21:24pm There are those of us out here who do not believe, who use their brains, who question with those brains. Why not? To be a moral and ethical person is a normal and natural...
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To my guru, with love
It was one such harsh Madras summer. In the shade of the rich canopy on Venkatnarayana Road, a friend and I, both a little over 10 at that time, stood in eager anticipation. With us was Lalgudi sir,...
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Listen: Did the left win the 20th century?
The debate at King's College London last week. On 18 April the New Statesman hosted the second in a series of debates organised to celebrate the magazine’s 100th birthday. The first, “The future of...
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Richard Dawkins' latest anti-Muslim Twitter spat ...
Richard Dawkins and Twitter make one of the world's great pairings, like face and custard pie. But whereas more accomplished clowns ram custard pies into the faces of their enemies, Dawkins' technique...
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Ian Burrell: The rise of Asian radio
While BBC 6 Music – which was also lined up for closure – attracted waves of support from listeners and celebrities including David Bowie, the campaign to rescue Asian Network was less vociferous and...
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Pakistan's Musharraf flees court after judges ord...
Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf (L)_ leaves after his appearance before the High Court in Rawalpindi - Source: Reuters Former President Pervez Musharraf fled a courtroom after judges...
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