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Graft swoop to spare no one: Bangla
No one will be spared in Bangladesh’s crackdown on corruption, advisers to the interim government said today, a day after a dramatic swoop by security forces on 20 senior politicians. ...  | Read.. 
 
Letter bomb explodes in traffic firm’s office
A letter bomb exploded at the London headquarters of the company which administers the British capital’s traffic congestion toll, injuring one woman employee. ...  | Read.. 
 
Men jailed for online rape plot
Three paedophiles who planned to rape two young girls they had targeted over the Internet were jailed for a total of 27 years today in what police said was the first case in ...  | Read.. 
 
Apple, Beatles settle suit
Apple Inc. has settled its long-running trademark dispute with The Beatles’s company, Apple Corps Ltd, in a deal that could finally ...  | Read.. 
 
Sonnets a must in class
Shakespeare’s sonnets, the two World Wars and the Holocaust are “untouchables” that must be retained at all cost in the new secondary curriculum, Alan John ...  | Read.. 
 
Jennifer Aniston at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival in California on Sunday. The short film Room 10, the actress’s directorial de ...  | Read
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Women like sex on certain days: Study
Monthly mood swings may help women to get pregnant, according to a new study. ..  | Read.. 
Kate joins queens at portrait gallery
Kate Moss, today a somewhat tarnished icon for her brushes with cocaine and the troubled Babys..  | Read..