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2 ex-ministers held for inciting Terai violence
Two former ministers during King Gyanendra’s authoritarian rule were arrested in Kathmandu today on suspicion of inciting violence in the Terai region of southern Nepal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian dead
An Indian national, who was seriously injured during the recent violence in the Terai, died last night of his wounds in Birgunj. ...  | Read.. 
 
Shanghai foul fine
Tired of tetchy residents engaging in obscenity-littered tiffs on the street, Shanghai authorities may fine the foul-mouthed as part of a new regulation governing behaviour a ...  | Read.. 
 
Hillary charm
Hillary Rodham Clinton won new converts and thrilled old fans with a polished performance on her first campaign foray to Iowa, but left plenty of questions for Democrats eval ...  | Read.. 
 
Another bombing in jittery Pakistan
A suicide bomber killed himself, a policeman and a passerby in northwestern Pakistan today after police stopped him at a checkpoint, a doctor and security officials said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Court delays Bangla polls
A political crisis in Bangladesh worsened today after the high court ruled that elections could not be held for at least three months — or until the voter registration proces ...  | Read.. 
 
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BA strike off, but disruptions remain
British Airways said today a 48-hour strike by cabin crew members of its largest union had been can..  | Read.. 
JLo ready to sing in Spanish again
Jennifer Lopez catapulted her acting career with her starring role in Selena, a biopic on t..  | Read..