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Pak swoop nets hundreds before rally
Police in Pakistan detained hundreds of activists on the eve of an anti-government rally planned to welcome the country’s suspended top judge to Karachi, Opposition leaders said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Koirala plans polls in Nov
Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala today announced that he was planning to hold elections to the Constituent Assembly in the third week of November. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fuel shortage
Hundreds of cars and motorcycles lined up at petrol stations in the Nepali capital today, after Indian Oil Corporation reduced fuel supplies because it had not been paid its ...  | Read.. 
 
Film ratings to consider smoking
Smoking will be a bigger factor in determining film ratings in the US, the Motion Picture Association of America says, but critics said the move does not go far enough to dis ...  | Read.. 
 
Judge complaint
The judge standing in for suspended Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry has found time to take up a college girl’s complaint that male students harass her by singing a pop s ...  | Read.. 
 
Brown vows people first
Britain’s Gordon Brown pledged today to put “citizens in control” and end personality-driven politics if elected to take over from the charismatic Tony Blair a ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Brooke Shields at a news conference on Capitol Hill, Washington, to support legislation for federal investment in postpartum depression. In 20 ...  | Read
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Study says iPods can harm pacemakers
iPods can cause cardiac implantable pacemakers to malfunction by interfering with the electromagnet..  | Read.. 
Pasadena news from India
The job posting was puzzling: “We seek a newspaper journalist based in India to report on the ..  | Read..