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MS Dhoni reaffirmed his place as one of the world's most popular cricketer as he was named the winner of the ICC people's choice award and it was Indian players who dominated the shortlists for Test and ODI players of the year as they made their presence felt in both the lists.
We don't talk in he air, we are agitated when there is a shelling on the border.
All eyes will be on the fledgling Aam Admi Party as Delhiites vote on Wednesday (Dec 4) in the Assembly elections in which BJP is seeking to stop Congress from clinching a record fourth win. The entry of Arvind Kejriwal's AAP has changed the dimension of the fight in the polls and it will be interesting to see whether the newbie will just be a "spoiler" or win some seats as predicted by opinion polls, riding on its anti-corruption plank.
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STORY: Violence rages in Bangladesh as the main opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party extended a nationwide strike for two more days, seeking a postponement of polls. The opposition led strike, which was scheduled to end on Sunday, has virtually paralyzed the country straight for the second week. Last week, at least 20 people were killed across the country during nationwide protests called by BNP to set up a caretaker government during the polls. A BNP spokesperson declared that the blockade would now continue till Thursday. The BNP has refused to nominate candidates for January 05 parliament elections until the dispute over the caretaker government was settled. The deadline to file nomination papers ended on Monday. The BNP has rejected any attempt to hold an election until it is satisfied a neutral interim administration is in place without Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Both heirs to political dynasties, Hasina and BNP leader Begum Khaleda Zia ha
At least 20 people have reportedly been killed after Syrian army helicopters dropped improvised barrel bombs on Al-Bab, near Aleppo. Report by Barnesj. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
In a shocking incident, police in Guntakal town allegedly thrashed in a full public view four suspects arrested for murder, to "counsel" them. The footage of the incident, which reportedly occurred on Saturday (Nov 30), was telecast yesterday by local news channels.
At least 10 people were killed and 25 wounded when a suicide bomber blew himself up at a funeral service for a Sunni Muslim tribal sheikh in northern Iraq. No one is claiming responsibility for the attack, but suicide bombers linked to al Qaeda have stepped up attacks this year. They frequently target Sunni leader's followers considered supportive of Iraq's Shi'ite-led government. The attack took place in a town northeast of Baghdad among a crowd of mourners. Iraq is suffering its worst wave of violence in at least five years. The government says the civil war in Syria is stirring sectarian violence in Iraq.
At least four people have died and 63 injured after a passenger train derailed in New York. Report by Kerrs. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Tehelka editor-in-chief Tarun Tejpal has been given interim bail until 2:30 p.m. on Friday by the district and sessions court in Panaji.
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A high-speed ferry travelling from Hong to Macau hit an unidentified object early on Friday (November 29), injuring 85 people. Six were seriously hurt. Hong Kong's marine department said that the 105 passengers and 10 crew on board were all accounted for. The ferry crashed about 15 minutes into the journey, at around 1:20 am (1720GMT). It was sailing at a normal speed of 30 to 40 nautical miles, a spokesman for Shun Tak ferry company said. The boat managed to sail back to Hong Kong after the accident, which occurred near one of Hong Kong's small outlying islands, Hei Ling Chau. The accident is bound to further question the safety record of one of the world's busiest ports. In October last year, two ferries collided, killing 39 people in Hong Kong's worst maritime disaster in more than 40 years.
At least five people were killed and scores injured across Bangladesh on Wednesday (November 27), as the second day of a planned nationwide protest against upcoming elections turned violent. Vehicles and various items were set alight by supporters of opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP). The Election Commission announced on Monday (November 26) that elections would be held on January 5. The BNP wanted to postpone the announcement until after an agreement had been reached on the formation of a caretaker cabinet to oversee the election. The BNP has rejected any attempt to hold an election until it is satisfied a neutral interim administration is in place without Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. Both heirs to political dynasties, Hasina and BNP leader Begum Khaleda Zia have rotated as prime minister for most of the last 22 years amid unending enmity, set against an all-too-familiar background of violent protest in one of the world's poorest countries. T
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Prime Minister Candidate Narendra Modi hits back at Manmohan Singh's comment.
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Trouble could mount for Tarun Tejpal as sources in Goa police have said that they are all set to summon the former Editor-in Chief of Tehelka. As chorus for criminal proceedings against Tejpal grows, angry voices are unanimously asking just one question - How can the accused decide his own punishment?
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***GRAPHIC IMAGES*** Rebel fighters in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta are at work, trying to break a blockade on the area by government forces, according to this latest video posted to the internet Reuters cannot independently verify reports that 160 people were killed in fighting over the weekend. No moment, not even burying the dead, is sacred. Danger is the constant companion for everyone with stakes in the battle for Eastern Ghouta. Air raids on Sunday were the military's response to rebel attacks on checkpoints. Equally worrying to international aid workers here, is the blockade's impact on civilians. They say that since food and weapon supplies were cut off to the area, many locals are effectively being starved out.
Antarctica iceberg breaks away from Pine Island Glacier after a major crack formed. A Nasa satellite captures images of the block as it floats away. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn