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No Thaksin, but no coup
Even when the Thais protest, they are law abiding. Announcement No. 7 of the Council for Democratic Reform has banned gatherings of over five people. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pervez loses India excuse
By accident or by design, India’s agreement in Havana to institute a joint anti-terror mechanism with Pakistan could have a damaging effect on elements in Pervez Mus ...  | Read.. 
 
Nato eyes Indian ‘boots’ in war zones
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, Nato, wants Indian troops for its missions in some of the most volatile regions of the world, including Afghanistan and Kosovo, di ...  | Read.. 
 
Pope mixes more balm
Pope Benedict will meet Muslim ambassadors to the Vatican and Italian Islamic leaders on Monday to try to calm lingering anger over his use of a medieval text which says thei ...  | Read.. 
 
Time off to ‘multiply’
The governor of a Russian province gave workers an afternoon off and told them to go home and multiply in the most direct attempt yet by officials seeking to tackle the c ...  | Read.. 
 
Christina Aguilera arrives at a Hollywood event in Los Angeles. (AP)
Sex versus century
A large number of Britons would be prepared to give up sex if it meant they would live to be 100, a..  | Read.. 
Walking damper
Walking may not be enough to experience significant health benefits, a study has found...  | Read..