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Anuj killer gets 30 years

Two faces of Britain were on show to the world today — the best of Britain represented by the Olympics which were due to begin at 9pm and the worst of Britain represented by the trial and conviction of callous murderer Kiaran Stapleton....   | Read..
 

‘Stapleton got what he deserved’

Transcript of a pooled interview with the parents of Anuj Bidve. Subhash Bidve answered all the questions, with his wife Yogini by his side...   | Read..
 

Bezos vows $2.5m in support of gay union

Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon.com, and his wife, MacKenzie, have agreed to donate $2.5 million to help pass a same-sex marriage referendum in Washington s...   | Read..
 
‘Stapleton got what he deserved’

Faith switch on Pak TV

Pakistani media and rights groups have strongly criticised the conversion of a Pakistani Hindu ...   | Read..

Zardari invites Singh

President Asif Ali Zardari today formally invited Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to visit Pakistan...   | Read..