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15 April 2014 2:24 PM Indian voters lured by cash, drugs, liquor

April 15 2014 at 04:19pm By Sanjeev Miglani New Delhi - Indian election officials have seized a record $36 million dollars of cash concealed in cars, private planes and even ambulances that they say was destined to buy off voters and pay for expenses over and above the spending limit. Opinion polls show the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its allies 55

15 March 2014 1:49 PM Availability of Takeaways near Workplaces Increases the Risk of Obesity

A new study has found that people residing near takeaway outlets area are at increased risk of getting obese. Researchers from University of Cambridge said that the latest research highlights link between increasing fast food chains and availability of ready food to people across UK. They added that people in UK get exposed to an average of 32 different 63

10 February 2014 4:53 PM Top cop quizzed over Marikana equipment

February 10 2014 at 06:51pm By Jonisayi Maromo Pretoria - North West police chief Lt-Gen Zukiswa Mbombo did not know that her charges ordered 4000 bullets during last year's strike at Lonmin's platinum mine in Marikana, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday. She was cross-examined by George Bizos, SC, representing the Legal Resources Centre 21

31 January 2014 12:57 PM America’s shadowy world of sexual slavery

January 31 2014 at 02:52pm By Jo Biddle With those few words, a young Indonesian with big dreams of a better life found herself catapulted into the murky underground world of sex slavery and violence. But Shandra Woworuntu, then 25, was not trapped in a sordid brothel plying clients in some far-flung Asian tourist hotspot. Instead, the college graduate 78

02 December 2013 7:50 AM Stranded fishermen now face deportation

December 2 2013 at 09:49am By JANIS KINNEAR Cape Town - The 75 fishermen who have been stranded in Table Bay Harbour for the past three months now face deportation after being arrested and taken to the Lindela Repatriation Centre in Krugersdorp. The fishermen, mostly from Indonesia, were marooned in the harbour aboard seven vessels, all of which had been impounded 40