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Beatles’ Indian hideaway comes together, 50 years on

Beatles’ Indian hideaway comes together, 50 years on

Fifty years after the Beatles came to India, the bungalows where the Fab Four lived, the post office where John Lennon sent Yoko Ono postcards and the giggling guru’s house are all ruins.

Amir’s visit reflects Qatar’s all-weather friendship with Turkey

Amir’s visit reflects Qatar’s all-weather friendship with Turkey

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani’s working visit to Turkey on Wednesday is significant as it comes in the wake of US sanctions imposed on Ankara ..

Indian miners drowning for sand despite crackdown

Indian miners drowning for sand despite crackdown

Raghunath Bartade watched helplessly as his brother was dragged off the sand-mining boat, his leg tangled in the anchor rope and his arms flailing as he sank into the murky creek near Mumbai.

Trump move to strip naturalised Americans of their citizenship

Trump move to strip naturalised Americans of their citizenship

So we have now arrived at this ugly place in the evolving American story, where President Trump is on a witch hunt to strip citizenship from already naturalised Americans.

Republicans need to act decisively on gun control

Republicans need to act decisively on gun control

One small island of sanity in the generally insane ocean of American gun culture is the near-complete federal ban on civilian possession of fully automatic weapons – machine guns.

Traumatic brain injury tied to increased risk of suicide

Traumatic brain injury tied to increased risk of suicide

People who have traumatic brain injuries may be nearly twice as likely to die by suicide as individuals who don’t have a history of injuries like concussions and skull fractures, a large Danish study suggests.

Breakthrough in 3-D printing for spinal cord repair

Breakthrough in 3-D printing for spinal cord repair

University of Minnesota researchers have broken new ground in the rapidly advancing field of 3-D printing: Creating stem cell-infused scaffolds that could be implanted in spinal cords to repair nerve damage.

India’s homeless women suffer as cities expand

India’s homeless women suffer as cities expand

Manjeet Kaur cannot say exactly how old she is or how long she has lived on the pavement of a busy street in New Delhi, her belongings in plastic bags, her washing hanging on the railing.

MoI continues efforts to reduce road traffic fatalities

MoI continues efforts to reduce road traffic fatalities

The “Accident-free summer” campaign launched by the Ministry of Interior six weeks ago has been highlighting the ministry’s interest in ensuring the safety and security of drivers and pedestrians and their property, and reducing the number of deaths and injuries resulting from traffic accidents.

Lessons for EMs: Look for investment cash at home

Lessons for EMs: Look for investment cash at home

As the meltdown in the Turkish lira, brought about largely by its large and persistent current account deficit, is finding its way into the financial world, emerging markets (EMs) are looking more vulnerable than ever.

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