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Baghdad, Jan 15: A wave of bombings across Iraq striking busy markets and a funeral north of Baghdad killed at least 41 people today, authorities said, as the country remains gripped by violence after al-Qaeda-linked militants took control of two cities in western Anbar province...... read more

Karachi, Jan 15 : At least 17 children were killed and 12 others, including teachers, injured today when a school van collided with a tractor trolley in interior Sindh.
The accident happened on a road around four kilometres from Nawabshah when the tractor trolley hit the school van head on.
Seventeen school children were kille... read more

Bangkok, Jan 15 : Embattled Thai Premier Yingluck Shinawatra today ruled out deferring snap polls due next month despite the opposition's demand even as the massive anti-government protests across Bangkok entered the third day with no solution in sight to end the raging political crisis...... read more

Baghdad, Jan 15 : Officials in Iraq say a series of bombings around the capital, Baghdad, have killed at least 12 people.
Police say the deadliest in today's bombings took place in Baghdad's northern Shula neighbourhood, where a parked car bomb exploded in an outdoor market, killing five shoppers and wounding 12...... read more

Washington, Jan 15 : The World Bank has projected India's economy will grow over 6 per cent in 2014-15 and 7.1 per cent by 2016-17 as global demand recovers and domestic investment increases.
In China, growth is estimated to stay flat in 2014 at 7.7 per cent, slowing to 7.5 per cent for the next two years, reflecting deleveragin... read more

Manila, Jan 15 : The Philippines wants to acquire two more navy ships from the United States to boost its maritime protection amid threats from China, the country's military chief said today.
The new acquisitions would come under the fresh US military assistance announced by US Secretary of State John Kerry when he visited the P... read more

Washington, Jan 15 : An eminent Indian-American scientist and president of the prestigious Carnegie Mellon University in the US has been named a member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Subra Suresh has been recognised for his scientific contributions in materials science and engineering, including his work connecting nano-mechani... read more

Sao Paulo, Jan 15 : Twelve people were killed and 10 were missing after flash flooding triggered by heavy rain in the southern Brazilian town of Itaoca, officials have said in an updated toll.
Sao Paulo state's civil defense department earlier put the death toll at 10 and added that 332 people or about 10 percent of the town'... read more

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