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Nepal leaders get bogged down on govt
The process to form the government in Nepal was bogged down for the second consecutive day today after serious differences within the Seven-Party Alliance (SPA) over the allocation of important portfolios. ...  | Read.. 
 
Less candy to help block kids’ obesity
Consuming one less soda or candy bar and walking an extra 2,000 steps every day may help prevent excessive weight gain in children, researchers report. ...  | Read.. 
 
US immigrant strike begins
A one-day nationwide strike and business boycott gathered steam today to demand legal rights for millions of illegal immigrants, with many US businesses shutting down volunta ...  | Read.. 
 
Former Playmate set to grab millions
Former Playmate of the Year Anna Nicole Smith won from the US supreme court today a new chance to collect millions of dollars she claims her late Texas oil tycoon husband pro ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh violence puts Lanka on knife-edge
Suspected Tamil Tigers killed at least seven people in a mine blast and a shooting today and the navy said it came under attack from the rebels’ sea wing intensifying fe ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran protest over jobs
Thousands of Iranian workers today lambasted the growing use of short-term employment contracts in the most vociferous May Day demonstration in the Islamic state for years. ...  | Read.. 
 
Madonna at a music festival in Indio, California. (Reuters)
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Bruce pain for Jazz City
New Jersey’s favourite son was adopted by New Orleans yesterday, as Bruce Springsteen ' throug..  | Read.. 
Dubai plans to build world’s largest hotel
Dubai is planning to build the world’s largest hotel as part of a $27 billion resort project u..  | Read.. 
 
Tehran to UN: Rein in US
Iran today called on the UN to stop the US threatening the ...  | Read.. 

Pak to get China jet in 2007
Pakistan’s air chief Tanveer Mehmud Ahmad will vis ...  | Read..