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Ayodhya verdict: Indian holy site 'to be divided'
BBC News-2010-09-30 17:38:35

Hindu nationalist groups celebrate in Amritsar after Ayodhya verdict - 30 Sept 2010 Some Hindu groups celebrated after the verdict.Full Story

Games should not have gone to Delhi, says Australia
England's athletes arrive in Delhi. Australia's Olympic Committee president has said the Commonwealth Games should not have been awarded to Delhi.
Bangladesh prostitutes win job title identity ruling
By Anbarasan Ethirajan BBC News, Dhaka Tangail brothel There are an estimated 200,000 prostitutes in Bangladesh.
Indian Railway Minister Mamata Banerji has addressed a huge rally
A Maoist supporter in West Bengal on 8 August 2010 Ms Banerji has always denied links with the Maoists.
Indonesian cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir in terror arrest
Anti-terror police escort radical Islamist cleric Abu Bakar Ba’asyir in Jakarta Mr Ba'asyir was cleared of involvement with Jemaah Islamiah in 2006.
Striking Cambodia garment workers clash with police
Police confront factory workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (27 July 2010) The workers were protesting against the suspension of a union official at the factory.
Australia priest jailed for child sex attacks
John Sidney Denham (Credit: ABC) John Sidney Denham will serve at least 13 years in prison.
Australia to mount legal bid against Japan whaling
Japanese whaling ship hauls two minke whales on board (file image) Japan says its whale hunt is legal under the international convention.
Pepsi to invest $2.5bn in China over three years
A Pepsi product at a grocery store PepsiCo Inc says it will build 19 new plants. PepsiCo Inc has announced it will invest $2.
Pakistan blocks access to YouTube in internet crackdown
Women supporters of Islamic political party Jamaat-e-Islami hold a placard during a protest against Facebook in Karachi May 19, 2010.
Thai protesters take on army with crude weapons
By VIJAY JOSHI, Associated Press Writer Vijay Joshi, Associated Press Writer. BANGKOK – Red Shirt protester Sakhorn Iamsri strides the front line with a slingshot hanging from his jeans pocket.
DNA clue to life at high altitude
By Helen Briggs Health reporter, BBC News. Tibetans function normally at high altitude The ability of Tibetans to live on the "roof of the world" may be down to their DNA, US researchers say.
Deadly clashes as police besiege Bangkok protesters
The BBC's Alastair Leithead: "There was a series of explosions" Thai forces in Bangkok have fired live rounds after surrounding a fortified protesters' camp amid clashes that left at least eight people dead.
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