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RICHEST IN INDIA; PADMANABHASWAMY TEMPLE ON FIRE: SABOTAGE SUSPECTED! Thiruvanathapuran in Kerala, India, where the Director General of Police and other senior officers planned to visit tomorrow i.e.,1.8.
Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India Sunday, July 31, 2011: A major fire breaks near Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram on Sunday. the 31,July 2011. According to preliminary reports, the short-circuit in the electricity
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In a series of explosions at a naval base in the southern Mediterranean island of Cyprus have been killed according to official figures twelve people. 62 people were injured. The naval base Mari looked like a single debris field.
The explosion that has taken 12 lives and destroyed a huge ammunition dump of Zygi naval base in Cyprus has raised a number of questions – one version is that it was a result of a
Posted 7/1/11 Posted 7/1/11 Posted 7/1/11 Posted 7/1/11 Credit: Archive Photos It's Friday, Friday, gotta flash back on Friday.....Okay, it's time once again for Flashback Friday , wherein I dig through MTV.com's video vaults to bring you still-
09 The price of petrol will fall, bringing it below R10 and providing some relief after several months of increases. Jun 30 2011 20:13 Vodacom says its service has been restored after a network outage. Vodacom Group [JSE:VOD] CEO Pieter Uys on Friday
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) on Sunday publicized a judicial interpretation which sets specific rules for the country's courts to order penalties to criminals sabotaging TV and radio facilities. The interpretation said that criminals, whose
Abbas Op-Ed Hammers Last Nails in Oslo Accords Politics & Gov't 07:44 Abbas wrote in the New York Times the UN must declare it a state based on its demands, with no negotiations except for the issue of foreign Arabs.
Not so long ago, it seemed as though the Beastie Boys might end up gently gentrifying away from frontline rapping. Well into their 40s, successful beyond their teenage punk rock dreams, they had families and interests to pursue other than "rocking