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Despite truce, Maoists kidnap seven
Maoist rebels in Nepal have seized seven people, including five policemen, the army said today, despite recently declaring a three-month truce. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pro-Dalai monks raid monasteries
Tibetan Buddhist monks loyal to the exiled Dalai Lama stormed a monastery near Lhasa and attacked statues of a deity denounced by him, Chinese state media reported in a rare ...  | Read.. 
 
100 injured in Bangla protest
At least 100 people were injured and many vehicles damaged in Bangladesh today as sporadic clashes erupted between police and Opposition workers protesting against rising com ...  | Read.. 
 
Blair support waning: Poll
Tony Blair, who broke all records for public approval when he entered No 10 nine years ago, is now the most unpopular Labour Prime Minister of modern times, a YouGov surv ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak man kills sisters after spat over jobs
A Pakistani man is on the run from police in Karachi after shooting dead his two sisters following an argument over their plans to find jobs outside their home, police said t ...  | Read.. 
 
Dream angel: Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen at the launch of Victoria's Secret's new fragrance 'Dream Angels Heavenly' at a store in New York o ...  | Read
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Britney with baby one more time
The baby bump is for real. ..  | Read.. 
Dr Zhivago returns with a Russian flavour
Lara is a redhead not a blonde, Yuri’s balalaika is nowhere to be seen and the Zhivago dacha ha..  | Read..