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That Was The Week That Was

That Was The Week That Was
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UP, which had the highest number of Polio cases in ’02 and ’03, reports just one case till mid-May this year.

 

Orthodox NY Jews burn "idolatrous" Indian wigs, because they’re made of hair offered to deities.

A US court sentences hijacker Hasan Abd Latif Safarini to 160 years of RI for killing air-hostess Neerja Bhanot on board the Pan Am flight in 1987.


The emirate of Kuwait approves a draft law that allows women to vote and fight in parliamentary polls. Meanwhile, Bangladesh passes a bill reserving 45 seats for women in its parliament.

Marek Belka, who was appointed Poland’s prime minister on May 2 after his predecessor Leszek Miller stepped down, loses the vote of trust.


Indian Railways announces Internet access for passengers on board the Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi.

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