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That Was The Week That Was

That Was The Week That Was
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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