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In a repeat of the 2004 general elections, the Election Commission has appointed a special observer for West Bengal to keep a watch on the poll process in all 42 constituencies in the state.
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Argentina`s four-time Olympic sailing medal winner Carlos Espinola has been appointed the new sports minister by President Cristina Fernandez.
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Congress leader Janardan Dwivedi said on Sunday that it would have been better if the party had sat in opposition in 2009.
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Tamil Nadu on Thursday paid homage to the thousands of people who were swallowed up by the killer tsunami wave of Dec 26, 2004.
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The powerful Ukrainian Orthodox Patriarch Filaret warned on Wednesday that continued violence in Kiev could lead to a civil conflict and called on the government to sign a pact with the European Union.
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Ukraine`s parliament was set to debate a bill on Tuesday to let jailed former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko go abroad for treatment in a last-ditch attempt to save a crucial deal with the European Union.
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A Maoist activist in Nepal, accused of murdering a 16-year-old schoolboy in 2004, was on Sunday sent to judicial custody after the victim`s parents ended their 47-day fast-unto-death to demand justice for their son.
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Former Gujarat IPS officer continues to be missing on Saturday even as the Gujarat police are making all possible efforts to trace him.
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The Hubble space telescope has found a new moon orbiting Neptune, the 14th known to be circling the blue-green planet, US space agency NASA said.
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Gujarat High Court pulled up state government saying some of its high-ranking police officers were "protecting, shielding and siding with" the policemen accused in 2004 Ishrat Jahan encounter case.
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A special court today sentenced two dreaded Maoists to life imprisonment in the killing of 29 police personnel at Baliba in West Singhbhum district in 2004.
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A special court on Tuesday found two Maoists guilty of killing 29 police personnel at Baliba in the West Singhbhum district, nine years ago.
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