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South Korea shuts more nuclear reactors over fake certificates

South Korea shuts more nuclear reactors over fake certificates
(Reuters) - South Korea said on Tuesday it was suspending the operations of two nuclear power reactors and extended a shutdown of a third to replace cables that were supplied using fake certificates, threatening power shortages in Asia’s fourth-biggest economy. The government warned there could be “unprecedented” electricity shortages and rolling blackouts this summer due to the... 

UN addresses allegations of chemical weapon use in Syria

UN addresses allegations of chemical weapon use in Syria
Ban Ki-moon UN SG Ban Ki-moon provides information on the issue to members of the UN Security Council.  World Bulletin/News Desk UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday provided information to the members of the UN Security Council (US, Russia, China, Britain and France) on the allegations concerning the use of chemical weapons in Syria and a delegation he established to investigate such allegations. In... 

Bangladesh urges no harsh EU measures over factory deaths

Bangladesh urges no harsh EU measures over factory deaths
(Reuters) – Bangladesh on Saturday urged the European Union not to take tough measures against its economically crucial textile industry in response to the collapse of a garment factory that killed 550 people. Bodies were still being pulled from the ruins on Saturday as tearful families stood by waiting for news of victims of the country’s worst ever industrial accident. The European Union,... 

Syrians flee coastal ‘massacres’

Syrians flee coastal 'massacres'
Jim Muir in Lebanon reports: “Activist groups gave the names of 50 people who they said were butchered in al-Bayda” Continue reading the main story Syria conflict Obama’s options Bloodiest days Chemical stockpile Guide to conflict Hundreds of Syrians have fled coastal areas where activists accuse government forces of carrying out massacres in a campaign of sectarian cleansing. Footage... 

Broadcaster Stuart Hall admits indecent assaults

Broadcaster Stuart Hall admits indecent assaults
Broadcaster Stuart Hall admits indecent assaults Ed Thomas reports: “Again and again the question was put to Stuart Hall – what have you got to say to your victims?” Continue reading the main story Related Stories ‘Hall made use of private BBC room’Listen Stuart Hall ‘opportunistic predator’Watch Profile: Stuart Hall BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has... 

Ex-Pope Benedict returns to Vatican

Ex-Pope Benedict returns to Vatican
No live TV coverage was allowed and no images of the former pope were issued Pope Francis Pope’ daily routine New priorities Break with past The Pope’s inbox Former Pope Benedict has returned to the Vatican, two months after becoming the first pontiff to resign in 600 years. He was flown by helicopter from the Castel Gandolfo papal summer residence to live permanently in Vatican City. Greeted... 

North Korea sentences US citizen to 15 years’ hard labour

North Korea sentences US citizen to 15 years' hard labour
North Korea says it has sentenced a US citizen to 15 years of hard labour. The announcement, from state news agency KCNA, said Pae Jun-ho, known in the US as Kenneth Bae, was tried on 30 April. He was held last year after entering North Korea as a tourist. Pyongyang said he was accused of anti-government crimes. The move comes amid high tensions between North Korea and the US, after Pyongyang’s... 

Dhaka building collapse: Rescuers remain hopeful

Dhaka building collapse: Rescuers remain hopeful
Rescue teams remain hopeful of finding survivors trapped underneath a factory complex that collapsed on Wednesday in Bangladesh, killing some 350 people. The fire service’s head of operations, Mahbubur Rahman, said “feeble cries” and conversations could still be heard. On Saturday, 29 people were pulled from the rubble of the Rana Plaza compound in Savar, on the outskirts of Dhaka. Meanwhile,... 

PM Manmohan Singh terms attack on Sarabjit Singh as very sad

PM Manmohan Singh terms attack on Sarabjit Singh as very sad
PTI : New Delhi, Sat SARBJIT SINGH CASE Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today termed as a ‘very sad’ incident the attack on Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh in a jail in Pakistan. “It is very sad. I think in the jail, I think some inmates attacked him. I think that is very sad,” he said when asked about the attack on Sarabjit Singh in a Pakistani jail. After the attack on him in... 

Asian Unity Day PRESS RELEASE

 Asian Unity Day, 2 April 2013 PRESS RELEASE   This year on “Asian Unity Day”, April 2, 2013, let us take a pledge to work for a Democratic, Secular, Prosperous and United Asia, with a view to promoting World Peace. Pledge is to be taken by all Asians in Asia and in other continents and non-Asian who want to promote World Peace .The pledge can be taken at any convenient time. This may be done... 

Mr Essa Zadjali founder of Times of Oman pass away…H K Sethi

Mr Essa Zadjali founder of Times of Oman pass away...H K Sethi
H K Sethi, Secretary General Journalists Federation of India MR Essa Zadjali known as father of Journalism in Oman has passed away/ Its a unrevocerable loss to journalism, I want to add the era has gone with him and a great loss to journalism in Sultanate of Oman. He was founder ot The Times of Oman Group in 1975. .Journalists Federation of India Salute Great Departed Soul. May God Bless his Soul in... 

I am thinking of organizing some Award or event like Beauty Pageant at International Level (Like Miss World, Miss Universe etc.). Please suggest…More

I am thinking of organizing some Award or event like Beauty Pageant at International Level (Like Miss World, Miss Universe etc.). Please suggest...More
I am thinking of organizing some Award or event like Beauty Pageant at International Level (Like Miss World, Miss Universe etc.). Please suggest me some names, and how to go? Looking for other countries organizers those already doing this type of events. We can work out something different and unique. So dear Friends please help me I am waiting for your sincere advise and contribution. If possible... 
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