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Since 1st March, 1999
UN shuffle favours Indians
The biggest reshuffle of the UN in recent memory leaves three Indians in senior positions under its new secretary-general Ban Ki-moon. ...  | Read.. 
Many missing pieces in Anna puzzle
Anna Nicole Smith, R.I.P. ...  | Read.. 
Obama presidential bid begins
Democrat Barack Obama launched his 2008 White House run today with a pledge to end the war in Iraq and bridge the partisan divide that has blocked political progress on issue ...  | Read.. 
Cuba smokes
A chain of debts within the government supply system has caused a cigarette shortage in Cuba’s second-largest city, driving up the black market price of smokes, Cuban ne ...  | Read.. 
Cate eager for ‘baddie’ roles
Playing a Nazi collaborator in Steven Soderbergh’s post-war noir thriller The Good German has whetted Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett’s appetite for more villain ...  | Read.. 
Putin in harshest US attack
Russian President Vladimir Putin, in one of his harshest attacks on the US in seven years in power, accused Washington today of attempting to force its will on the world. ...  | Read.. 
Prince William and his girlfriend Kate Middleton at a rugby match in Twickenham, England, on Saturday. (Reuters)
Dress by Madonna
Hole-in-socks horror
Fine dining
Pak girls refuse to end siege
Iraq stakes
Nepal birds
Harvard cracks glass ceiling
In its 371-year history, Harvard University has been led by puritans and patriots, by clergymen and..  | Read.. 
Party on despite slide
The biggest stars of the music world are gathering in Los Angeles for tomorrow’s Grammy Awards..  | Read..