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Victoria bans David from buying car door

April 3, 2012 10:50 pm0 comments
Victoria bans David from buying car door

Los Angeles: Victoria Beckham is banning husband David from buying the door of an iconic car used in the classic British show “Only Fools And Horses”. The soccer star wants to purchase the back door of the yellow three-wheeler Robin Reliant from the classic comedy show when it goes up […]

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Owner jailed as his dog shoots and kills friend !

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Owner jailed as his dog shoots and kills friend !

Moscow: A Russian has been sentenced to 15 months behind bars after his dog accidentally triggered a shot from his rifle that killed a friend on a hunting trip. Igor Solomin, 44, was jailed after his dog fired the shot from a hunting rifle when he and his friends were […]

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TV host killed in Iraq bombing

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TV host killed in Iraq bombing

Baghdad: A television presenter working for a channel in Iraq was killed when a sticky bomb attached to his car blew up, Xinhua reported. Kamiran Salahudin, presenter for Salahudin Channel, was killed when the bomb detonated late Monday while he was driving in Salahudin province capital Tikrit, Baghdad-based media watchdog […]

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Nine-year-old on trial for late mom’s debt

April 2, 2012 10:28 pm0 comments
Nine-year-old on trial for late mom’s debt

Moscow: A nine-year-old boy from Moscow is facing trial over a debt of 561,000 rubles (around $19,000) that he inherited from his late mother. A spokeswoman for Moscow’s Tverskoi Court said the court received a lawsuit from a man named Panikorovsky who was seeking to collect from the boy the […]

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Britain raises Vodafone tax issue with Mukherjee

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Britain raises Vodafone tax issue with Mukherjee

New Delhi:British Chancellor of Exchequer George Osborne Monday raised the Vodafone issue at a meeting with Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, saying the Indian government’s move to retrospectively tax cross-border deals could adversely affect foreign investments in Asia’s third largest economy. The two leaders discussed the Vodafone tax issue during a […]

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Explosion rocks German chemical park, three missing

March 31, 2012 1:41 pm0 comments
Explosion rocks German chemical park, three missing

Berlin: huge explosion rocked a chemical industrial park in Marl in western Germany, leaving one or two workers injured and three missing, police said Saturday. Marl police confirmed a pressure vessel in the park blew up at 13:36 local time (1136 GMT), reported Xinua. Three staff members were missing, police […]

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Hu Jintao faces protests in Delhi, several exiled arrested

March 30, 2012 3:22 am0 comments
Hu Jintao faces protests in Delhi, several exiled arrested

New Delhi: Seven more Tibetan activists were arrested Friday outside the hotel where Chinese President Hu Jintao was staying, prompting Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yashwant Sinha to call for a “more humane” police force. The arrests came an hour before Hu was supposed to leave central Delhi’s Oberoi Hotel […]

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Apple mulls settling patent fights with Samsung

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Apple mulls settling patent fights with Samsung

Washington: Top executives at Apple and Samsung have met recently about a potential patent settlement, a media report said Thursday. “Apple CEO Tim Cook does not seem to share his predecessor’s passion about laying all foes to waste. Cook appears to view litigation as a necessary evil, not a vehicle […]

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Cheryl Cole targets ex-beau in new track?

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Cheryl Cole targets ex-beau in new track?

London: Singer Cheryl Cole has reportedly targetd ex-husband Ashley Cole in a new track, entitled “Screw You”. The 28-year-old divorced the footballer in September 2010 amid allegations he had cheated on her and now she released a song that claims that he “never gave a f**k” about their marriage, reports […]

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Prison fight leaves 20 dead in Honduras

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Prison fight leaves 20 dead in Honduras

Tegucigalpa: Twenty inmates of a jail in northern Honduras died Thursday when fights broke out over control of the prison cells. One of the victims was decapitated and his head was tossed over the wall of the jail in San Pedro Sula city, coordinator of the public prosecutor’s office Marely […]

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