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Nepal court scraps king’s graft panel
King Gyanendra suffered a major setback today after the Supreme Court scrapped the controversial Royal Commission for Corruption Control (RCCC), paving the way for the release of jailed former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba. ...  | Read.. 
 
India venture staff
The Maoist-controlled All Nepal Trade Union Federation (ANTUF) paraded three Nepali employees of the Indo-Nepal joint venture Surya Nepal before a team of human rights activi ...  | Read.. 
 
Humour pays
It’s a trait often requested in lonely hearts ads and scientists have now shown that a good sense of humour is important for women, but not men, in choosing a romantic p ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran doomsday picture
Thousands of military personnel and hundreds of civilians would be killed if the US launched an air strike on Iran to prevent it developing nuclear arms, a British think tank ...  | Read.. 
 
Italy Jesus twist
Silvio Berlusconi talked himself into another controversy at the weekend by comparing himself to Jesus Christ. ...  | Read.. 
 
Use of force irks Saddam
Saddam Hussein returned to court today after a two-session boycott, launching at once into a tirade against the new chief judge and complaining his own presence at his trial ...  | Read.. 
 
tiger, tiger smelling love: A female Sumatran tiger called Raika (left) smells a wooden heart doused in Calvin Klein's Obsession fragrance at the Lond ...  | Read
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Rumsfeld to trade jobs for horses
Donald Rumsfeld admired Arab stallions from the stables of Morocco’s king being put through th..  | Read.. 
Cheney hits mate by mistake
Vice-president Dick Cheney accidentally wounded a companion with shotgun pellets on a weekend quail..  | Read.. 
 
Jaws author Benchley dead
Peter Benchley, author of the bestseller Jaws that w ...  | Read..