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Indonesia presidential standoff hinges on graft-free tally
Sat, Jul 12 2014. 07 27 PM

Indonesia presidential standoff hinges on graft-free tally

Quick counts released after polls mostly show governor Joko Widodo, with a lead of two to 6% points
Coal India unit shuts three mines in Odisha after protests
Fri, Jul 11 2014. 09 08 PM

Coal India unit shuts three mines in Odisha after protests

More than 100 families are campaigning against Mahanadi Coalfields’ plan to shift them about 15 km from their homes around the mines
World Cup: Graffiti artists capture Brazil’s mood in street art
Fri, Jul 11 2014. 07 00 PM

World Cup: Graffiti artists capture Brazil’s mood in street art

A walk through the big cities is sufficient to gauge the popularity of this urban art, which is perhaps just as synonymous with Brazil as football and samba
Power discoms trying to scuttle CAG audit: AAP
Sun, Jul 06 2014. 10 00 PM

Power discoms trying to scuttle CAG audit: AAP

The Arvind Kejriwal-led party warned of protests if electricity tariff is further hiked in Delhi
Violent protests spread to Israel after burial of Palestinian teen
Sun, Jul 06 2014. 11 06 AM

Violent protests spread to Israel after burial of Palestinian teen

Israel has stayed silent on the probe into the death of an East Jerusalem youth who Palestinians believe was kidnapped and killed by far-right Jews
Iraq’s Maliki defies rivals with vow to fight for third term
Sat, Jul 05 2014. 08 10 PM

Iraq’s Maliki defies rivals with vow to fight for third term

Nuri al-Maliki’s party won the most seats in parliamentary elections while falling short of an outright majority
Root Cause | Manipur: How to kill a highway
Thu, Jul 03 2014. 04 36 PM

Root Cause | Manipur: How to kill a highway

The highway and its hinterland have more sinister applications than micro-politics and emotions run amok
 Brazil President Dilma Rousseff scores World Cup win ahead of elections
Wed, Jul 02 2014. 03 59 PM

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff scores World Cup win ahead of elections

Rousseff remains the favourite for the October elections as pessimism regarding the tournament is slowly giving way to excitement
Hong Kong police arrest over 500 people after pro-democracy rally
Wed, Jul 02 2014. 02 17 PM

Hong Kong police arrest over 500 people after pro-democracy rally

Police says 511 people were arrested for unlawful assembly in the Central business district and preventing police from carrying out their duties
Satya Rani Chadha: The face of India’s anti-dowry movement
Wed, Jul 02 2014. 12 13 AM

Satya Rani Chadha: The face of India’s anti-dowry movement

Through the 1980s when dowry deaths were routinely passed off as kitchen accidents, Satya Rani Chadha was the face of the anti-dowry movement

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