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    Politics Beautiful Dream Of Israel Has Become A Nightmare

    Beautiful dream of Israel has become a nightmare By: Gabor Maté Published on Tue Jul 22 2014 Everyone ought to be sad at what the beautiful old dream of Jewish redemption has come to. Everyone ought to grieve the death of innocents. As a Jewish youngster growing up in Budapest, an infant...
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    Canada A Headhunter’s Nightmare At Canada’s Office Of Religious Freedom

    A headhunter’s nightmare at Canada’s Office of Religious Freedom There’s a reason the Harper government had a hard time finding someone to head the Office of Religious Freedom: the job description makes no sense. By: Natalie Brender - The Star, Toronto - Published on Mon Feb 18 2013...
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    India 'Night' Is A Nightmare In India

    'Night' is a nightmare in India Abhinav Sharma, TNN, Jan 4, 2011, 05.47pm IST <script>var facebookktitle='\'Night\' is a nightmare in India'; facebookktitle=facebookktitle+" - The Times of India"...
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    India When Kalmadi's Night Out Turned Into Nightmare

    When Kalmadi's night out turned into nightmare MP mobbed while having dinner with friends. Blamed for Games corruption It's not easy being Suresh Kalmadi these days. With the Commonwealth Games almost becoming a national shame, the organising committee chief is facing flak from...
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    Public Relations Nightmare Caused By So-called Khalistani Sikhs

    Here is a prime example how so called Khalistani Sikhs create 'public relations' nightmare for their community. Of course this gives the Government of India (including the Prime Minister ) and the RAW agency to make strong representations to other countries! A fair number of Sikhs do endorse...
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    Sikh News 'Punjab Turning Into An Ecological Nightmare' (Indian Express Via Yahoo! India News)

    With an all time high cropping intensity of 189 per cent and the highest per hectare use of fertilisers (192.5 kg) and pesticides (923 grams) in the country, Punjab is not only overdrawing its water and soil resources but is also producing crops laced with poison. The state with a yen for the...
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    In Uzbekistan, Families Caught In A Nightmare (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - KARA-SUU, Uzbekistan, May 17 -- The Uzbek troops were shooting again, this time from rooftops, and Zukra Karimova's 58-year-old father fell to the ground as he ran, a dark bloodstain spreading along his thigh. "Go on without me or you'll be killed, too!" he shouted as she...
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