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Govt-PTI talks fail to end deadlock in Pakistan
A PTI source indicated that the deadlock on the question of its demand for resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharrif remained unresolved.
PM should apply wisdom on tainted MPs, says Indian SC
Top court says people with criminal record are not expected to become part of government.
Work-shirkers in in Indian tax dept to face music
As part of Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Clean India Campaign’, the CBDT also asked its controlling and administrative officers to conduct surprise checks of the staff attendance and the duty register.
Modi slams whispering campaign against home minister
Rajnath Singh gave an emotional statement to the media, saying he would quit public life if reports about his adult son proved to be true.
Rice bucket challenge: An idea to feed India's hungry
Journalist-turned-activist donates rice to trigger Rice Bucket Challenge that goes viral globally on social media.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde under investigation
The source said Lagarde, who earlier was questioned by magistrates in Paris under her existing status as a witness, considered their decision to investigate her for alleged “negligence” was unfounded and would appeal it.
56-year-old Indian woman kills leopard with sickle
The woman told Indian broadcaster CNN-IBN that she battled with the leopard for half an hour on Sunday before finally delivering a killer blow with her sickle.
American released by Syrian militants excited to be free, mother says
“He was so excited,” his mother, Nancy Curtis, told ABC News in an interview taped on Monday. The two spoke briefly after his release, she said.
China bus-truck collision death toll rises to 15
The Xinhua News Agency said the casualty figure rose after two bus passengers died from their injuries.
Japan sees 1st local dengue case in over 60 years
Government spokesman Yoshihide Suga, in confirming the report, said on Wednesday that the news was not cause for alarm because the illness is not transmitted directly from person to person.
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