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Ramazan challenge for Games athletes

With nearly three million Muslims living in Britain, the observance of Ramazan here is not generally a notable occurrence. Shops are open, businessmen go to work at the regular times and, to outsiders, life seems ordinary enough, save for the absence of eating or drinking from dawn until sunset...   | Read..
 

Pak rejects Mumbai attacks evidence

Pakistan’s interior ministry has informed India that the evidence provided in the 2008 Mumbai attacks case was not admissible in the Pakistani trial court since law...   | Read..
 

Microsoft revamps Hotmail as Outlook

Microsoft Corp unveiled a revamped, Facebook-friendly version of its free, online email service yesterday in an attempt to reverse market share losses to Google Inc’s f...   | Read..
 

Boris left hanging after zip wire mishap

London mayor Boris Johnson, tipped as a possible future British Prime Minister, made a striking entry to an Olympic event by zip wire today — only to get stuck dangling...   | Read..
 

Pippa struggles with her looks: Karl

Fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld has courted controversy once again after saying he does not like Pippa Middleton’s face, it has emerged....   | Read..
 
Morocco’s Noureddine Amrabat (left) and Japan’s Daisuke Suzuki fight for the ball during their Group D football match in Newcastle. Nine Moroccan players are observing their fast during Ramazan while the others have decided to postpone it. (Reuters)
Ramazan challenge for Games athletes

Syria fate at stake: Assad

President Bashar al-Assad today urged his forces today to show “more readiness and contin...   | Read..

Prolific and elegant US writer Vidal dead

Gore Vidal, the elegant, acerbic all-around man of letters who presided with a certain relish o...   | Read..
 
 
 
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