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Narendra Modi said the poet was of The View that Bihar will have to "forget" the caste system and "follow the virtuous". Reaching out to the voters of Bihar ahead of the assembly polls, Prime...
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Strained relationship: Football Federation Australia's Frank Lowy (left) with FIFA president Sepp Blatter. Photo: Fabrice Coffrini Having been declared fit by the doctors at St Vincent's following...
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... problem with Africa is that Africans don’t know how to do technology. Go look up race and IQ and you’ll see that I’m right.” An engineering professor, based at a foreign university, told me that...
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I don’t know how many people use iTunes Match, but I get a fair number of questions about this subscription service. This week, I answer three questions about iTunes Match. I also explain how to add...
2015/05/22 11:41
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NORTH Wales must be part of chancellor George Osborne’s plans to create a “northern powerhouse”. That was The View of Secretary of State for Wales Stephen Crabb MP as he toured businesses in the...
2015/05/22 11:29
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Despite the billions of naira paid by the federal government to oil marketers, the president of the Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), Comrade Igwe Achese, and other...
2015/05/22 11:12
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Last November, she set out with her four-year-old daughter on the perilous 1,600-mile journey north to the US border in search of a safe future for the little girl. They snuck a free ride on the...
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Freed Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is pushing to give evidence via video link from Australia at his retrial in Egypt on June 1. Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste says he is still in danger of...
2015/05/22 10:30
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With the prospect of Nigeria reaping from drugs manufacturing as a result of recent approval by the World Health Organisation (WHO) of Nigerian pharmaceutic companies, Paul Obi writes on efforts by...
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The role of the media in the fight against corruption took a leap last week when Justice for All (J4A) gathered stakeholders together at a 2-day training to brainstorm on how to effectively use the...
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In recent years, the support that families receive to help cover the extra costs of children (the cost of meeting the basic needs of a child are £164 a week) has diminished in value. For some, it has...
2015/05/22 09:28
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Anjem Choudary knows his lines. He is candid about that. Sat in a relatively smart café in Ilford, Essex, where the waiting staff know his name, he recounts his various TV experiences and waxes...
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Capitalising on Ireland’s green, clean image Pictured at the event (from left to right) is Glenn Roberts, Partner at Deloitte Belfast with Aidan Cotter, CEO of Bord Bia, Brendan Jennings, Managing...
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DISPUTES over territories and North Korea's actions are putting the region's stability at risk and underline the need for Australia to boost its defence spending. THAT'S The View of Defence Minister...
2015/05/22 08:57
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The View from the streets in modern Little Rock--experts sometimes call it Architectual Identity--is largely due to the efforts of a few men who, as the leaders of the state's big architectural firms...
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Direct sales are alive and well in United States Letters Policy Submit Your Letter Also in Opinion The direct-selling channel in the United States is healthy and continues to grow, contrary to the...
2015/05/22 08:51
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Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner hit the water as honeymoon takes them to the Monaco GP JUST days after putting on a loved-up display in Cannes, newlyweds Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner made...
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Long-term Irish in America would likely support the yes campaign for marriage equality back home. The great Irish American lawyer and human rights advocate Paul O’Dwyer emigrated to New York from...
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Women directors believe glass ceiling still exists Study shows women reluctant to put themselves forward for board positions Four in five respondents said women themselves need to take some...
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The Group is the leading player in construction equipment manufacturing in the UK, Europe, India and Russia. Also, it takes the top spot globally in terms of manufacturing backhoe loader and loadall...
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