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Muslims are thriving in American Catholic colleges

  Dayton (Ohio), September 4: Arriving from Kuwait to attend college here, Mai Alhamad wondered how Americans would receive a Muslim, especially o...
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Germany to get first Islamic bank in October

Berlin, August 30: Turkey's Kuveyt Turk investment fund plans to open the first Islamic bank in Germany in October, the Financial Times Deutschland ...
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US punishes six soldiers for burning Quran in Afghanistan

    Washington, August 28: The US will hand over administrative punishment to its six soldiers for their role in desecration of Holy Quran in Af...
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Apple wins $1 billion in Samsung patent case

  San Jose (California), August 25: A California jury awarded Apple Inc more than $1.05 billion on Friday in its patent infringement claim that Sa...
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Navy Seal pens book on Osama bin Laden raid

Washington, August 24: The US government was surprised by the news that a navy Seal who participated in the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pa...
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Ajmer dargah gets Zardari’s $1 million

  Ajmer, August 18: It was a thriller till the end. The long-awaited distribution of the promised $1 million to the dargah of Khwaja Moinuddin Chi...
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Israel preparing to attack Iran: Report

  London, August 17: Israel is preparing for a ground attack on Iran before Christmas, after conducting commando dry runs in the Iraq desert, a me...
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Sunita Williams unfurls tricolour in space

New Delhi, August 15: Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams displayed the tricolour on board the International Space Station and wished Indians ...
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Indian Americans celebrate I-Day with colourful parades

  Washington, August 15: Indian Americans from East to West coast celebrated India's 66th Independence Day with colourful parades, Bollywood stars...
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Google Earth discovers 'lost pyramid complexes' in Egypt

  Washington, August 13: An archaeologist claimed to have discovered two new possible pyramid complexes in Egypt with a large mound almost three t...
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Tulsi Gabbard set to become first Hindu in US Congress

  Washington, August 13: Honolulu City Councilwoman Tulsi Gabbard has a great chance to become the first Hindu member of the US House of Represent...
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Sikhs in NYPD be allowed turban and beard: New York city Mayor Michael Bloomberg told

  New York, August 13: In the wake of a deadly attack at a Wisconsin Gurudwara, the New York city Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been asked to allow ...
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Indo-Canadians celebrate India Day

Toronto, August 13: Over 20,000 Indo-Canadians gathered in the heart of Toronto to celebrate India Day and display the country's rich heritage and c...
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Indian-origin girl in UK raises 6,400 pounds for NGO

London, August 13: An Indian-origin girl student in the UK has raised over 6,400 pounds by organising a '5K walk' for the world's largest NGO-run scho...
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Disease alert in aftermath of Philippine floods

  Manila, August 12: Emergency relief officials and doctors were deployed to flood devastated communities in the Philippines today to prevent outb...
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Kidnapped Hindu girl embraces Islam, gets married

    Islamabad, August 11: A 14-year-old Hindu girl who was abducted two days ago has converted to Islam and married a Muslim in Pakistan, a media ...
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CNN and Time magazine's Fareed Zakaria suspended for plagiarism

New York, August 11:  Time editor-at-large and CNN host Fareed Zakaria has been suspended by both the magazine and the network for lifting several pa...
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Nagasaki marks anniversary of atomic bomb attack

  Tokyo, August 9: Japanese officials pledged on Thursday to seek a society less reliant on nuclear energy as the country marked the 67th annivers...
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22 dead as two-thirds of Philippines turns into 'water world

  Manila, August 8: Twenty-two people, including seven missing, died as Tropical Storm Haikui, 300 northeast of Taiwan, triggered low pressure are...
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US shooting: Police treating it as an act of domestic terror

New York, August 6: In what is being described as an "act of domestic terrorism," a gunman opened fire inside a Gurudwara in Wisconsin as the congre...
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'Super volcano' that could kill millions lurks near Italy

  Pozzuoli, August 5: Across the bay of Naples from Pompeii, where thousands were incinerated by Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, lies a hidden "super vol...
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Muslim suspect in US fined again for having beard

  Fort Hood (United States), August 4: A US military judge has again held the Muslim suspect of a mass shooting in contempt of court after he appe...
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Iran, al-Qaida, Taliban told to pay $6 billion for 9/11

  New York, August 1: Al-Qaida, the Taliban and Iran should pay $6 billion to relatives of Sept. 11 victims for aiding in the 2001 terrorist attac...
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US couple denied wedding because they were black: Report

  Mississipi, July 29: A Mississipi couple got the shock of their lives when the pastor at the church they attended told them the wedding they pla...
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Sex dungeon details emerge in California death of deployed Marine's wife

  San Diego, July 21: A woman killed in California this year while her husband, a U.S. Marine, was deployed in Afghanistan was the victim of telev...
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'Batman' shooting suspect tells police he is 'The Joker'

  Denver, July 21: New York City's police commissioner says the gunman in the Colorado movie theatre rampage had painted his hair red and called h...
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US condemns 'barbaric' attack on Israeli tourists

  Washington, July 19: US President Barack Obama has termed the terror attack on Israeli tourists in Bulgaria as a "barbaric" act, and vowed to pr...
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Big Brother: UK probes insults against Indian beauty

  London, July 11: British police have questioned a man for posting racist comments as communications regulator Ofcom launched a probe after more ...
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Saudi's 'Barbie' princess makes shock UK asylum bid

  London, July 10: A Saudi princess, the granddaughter of the nation's founder, is seeking asylum in Britain over fears she could be persecuted by...
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Taliban love triangle: Woman gunned down for affair with commander

  Kabul, July 9: A shocking video showing the public execution of a 22-year-old Afghan woman accused of adultery has sparked outrage.   The vid...
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Bride gives birth at wedding in France

Angers (France), July 9: A bride gave birth only minutes after tying the knot at a townhall wedding in western France, making it more of a “big ...
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Masala Dosa among ten dishes to try before you die

New York, July 9: Popular South Indian dish Masala Dosa has made it to the list of '10 foods to try before you die', compiled by the Huffington Post...
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Faulty data misled pilot in 2009 Air France plane crash: Report

  Le Bourget (France), July 6: A combination of faulty sensors and mistakes by inadequately trained pilots caused an Air France jet to plunge into...
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German Muslims call on lawmakers to protect circumcision

  Cologne (Germany), July 5: German Muslim leaders urged lawmakers Wednesday to pass legislation protecting the right to circumcise boys after a c...
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Salman Rushdie’s fatwa a video game in Iran

  Tehran, July 1:  Indian-origin British author Salman Rushdie has now become the subject of an Iranian computer game, which aims to educate the ...
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DNA links man to world’s first woman

  London, July 1: A British pensioner got the mother of all shocks when he discovered he was directly related to Eve, the world’s first woman wh...
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World loses giant tortoise species with death of Lonesome George

  Quito, June 25: Lonesome George has died, leaving the world one species poorer.   The only remaining Pinta Island tortoise and celebrated con...
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Britons cash in as ATM pays out double

  London, June 23: Any time double money! An ATM here started paying twice the amount asked for, due to a human error, and hordes of people benefi...
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India condemning millions to stay poor,says angry L N Mittal

  New York, Jun 21: Joining the likes of N R Narayana Murthy and Azim Premji to blame the Indian government for policy inaction, UK-based NRI bill...
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US probe calls for punishment of troops in Quran burning

  Washington, June 20: A US military investigation has recommended disciplinary action for up to seven troops over their role in the burning of Qu...
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Pakistani girls allegedly killed for dancing reported alive

  Islamabad, June 19: Five Pakistani girls who were reportedly killed on the orders of a tribal council for dancing and clapping with two young me...
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Nik Wallenda, first man to complete 1800-feet tightrope walk across Niagara Falls

  Ontario, Canada, June 16: Daredevil Nik Wallenda became the first person to walk on a tightrope across the Niagara Falls, taking steady, measure...
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Girl nods off in April, wakes up in June!

London, June 15: A teenaged British girl, who missed her exams and even celebrating her birthday after nodding off in April, woke up last week.   ...
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3 veiled women banned from entering France

  Paris, June 13: A police union says three Saudi women who refused to remove their face veils at Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport have been barre...
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World has become more peaceful in 2012, says study

London, June 13: Despite an escalating conflict in Syria and mounting civil unrest in Europe, the world became a more peaceful place in the last y...
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British Prime Minister David Cameron forgets his eight-year-old daughter in a pub

London, June 11: Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his daughter behind in a country pub after a Sunday lunch with friends followi...
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UK to impose family curbs on immigrants

  London, June 11: In what is being described as the most far-reaching and controversial changes surrounding immigrants' rights, British home secr...
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Jehangir Sabavala work sells for Rs. 2.16 crores in London

  New Delhi, June 8: Vespers I, by modern Indian artist Jehangir Sabavala has sold for more than 250,000 pounds by auctioneers Bonhams at their an...
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Nigeria plane crash: 2 Indians among those dead

  New Delhi, June 5: Two Indians were among the 193 victims of Sunday's plane crash in Nigeria. One was the co-pilot, Mahendra Singh Rathore, and ...
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Nigerian airplane crash: All 153 on board dead

  Lagos, June 4: A commercial airliner crashed into a densely populated neighbourhood in Nigeria's largest city on Sunday, killing all 153 people ...
 
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