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Just 18 months ago, things could barely have seemed worse for Jaswant Singh.
The veteran member of India’s main opposition, the Bharatiya Janata Party, was unceremoniously ousted from the parliamentary organisation when he published a book about Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan. The apparent crime of the man who had served as both [...]
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Dortmund v Cologne, German Bundesliga
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German Bundesliga leaders Dortmund are 12 points clear and come into this game buzzing with confidence off the back of a 3-1 win at Bayern Munich. They are scoring plenty of goals and indeed are the league’s top scorers with 52 in [...]
UK MC Ghostpoet has picked up some nice notices for his impressive debut LP Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam, released in February on Giles Peterson’s Brownswood label. It’s a record full of understated electro beats marrying nicely with the MC’s low-key rapping, bearing the good influence of Roots Manuva and Tricky among others.
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The Daily Mash sums up the “With One Bound Both Jeremy Hunt and Rupert Murdoch Were Free” dilemma for many of us:
One of the greatest Guardian reader conspiracy theories of the last 20 years was under threat last night after Rupert Murdoch agreed to sell Sky News.
Dozens of left-wing people across north London warned their [...]
Nick Clegg has moved to highlight his disagreements with David Cameron over multiculturalism and how to tackle Islamic extremism in Britain.
He has just given a speech which is primarily designed to appeal to his party’s base ahead of next week’s Spring Conference and to differentiate the Liberal Democrats from their Conservatives partners. But it is [...]
Cheers echoed around the huge conference hall as the name was finally announced. For the second year running, Texas Republican Ron Paul had won the straw poll for the Presidential nomination at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC). For most in attendance, particularly the 1100 or so supporters of the Texas Governor who had made [...]
When you think of Ireland, you think of rugby, Guinness, rolling countryside and pots of gold, but cricket? England will be fuming at the, once again, lazy performance in the field, but the men from the Emerald Isle will not mind a touch.
Michael Kim, host of ESPN America’s SportsCenter, looks at the NBA teams playing this weekend at the O2 Arena in the league’s first regular season games in Europe
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