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Clashes on Durban streets as COP17 gets serious
Clashes on Durban streets as COP17 gets serious
The COP17 climate talks enter their second week this week entangled in a thick mesh of issues with no guarantee that negotiators and their...
Brics countries bought European debt, says paper
Brics countries bought European debt, says paper
The Brics emerging market powerhouses have already bought debt through the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) and could buy more, a...
Brics nations pledge better access to quality medicine
Brics nations pledge better access to quality medicine
The Brics group of emerging countries on Monday vowed to improve access to low-cost and high-quality medicine -- and called on developed nations to...
Organiser of 2010 Commonwealth Games arrested
Organiser of 2010 Commonwealth Games arrested
Indian officials arrested the chief organiser of last year's Commonwealth Games on Monday as part of a corruption investigation into the scandal-plagued competition in New Delhi....
Furious Ponting smashes TV after being run out
Furious Ponting smashes TV after being run out
A furious Ricky Ponting took out his frustration at being run out in Australia's opening World Cup match by smashing a television set with his bat...
India holds crunch BlackBerry meeting ahead of deadline
India holds crunch BlackBerry meeting ahead of deadline
Top Indian telecom and security officials were set to meet on Monday to discuss a security stand-off with the maker of BlackBerry handsets, which...
India's BlackBerry users dismayed over data block threat
India's BlackBerry users dismayed over data block threat
Indian BlackBerry users reacted with dismay on Friday to a government threat to block data services on security grounds, although some said it was...
Obama climate deal founders at Copenhagen
Obama climate deal founders at Copenhagen
UN climate talks fell into crisis on Saturday after some developing nations angrily rejected a plan worked out by US President Barack Obama and...
Rice flies to India to ease tension with Pakistan
Rice flies to India to ease tension with Pakistan
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was due in New Delhi on Wednesday as part of intense United States efforts to ease tension between India and...
Teleradiology paves way for remote medical businesses
Teleradiology paves way for remote medical businesses
On a computer monitor in his office in the high-tech hub of Bangalore, Indian radiologist Arjun Kalyanpur examines a scan of the skull of a...

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