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Global shares head for worst week since 2008 financial crisis as investors brace for coronavirus to morph into a pandemic
Business

Global shares head for worst week since 2008 financial crisis as investors brace for coronavirus to morph into a pandemic

The worsening global threat from the virus prompted investors to rapidly step up bets the US Federal Reserve would need to cut interest rates as soon as next month to support economic growth

Jilted boyfriend slits 25-year-old Telangana woman's throat, surrenders himself to police
India

Jilted boyfriend slits 25-year-old Telangana woman's throat, surrenders himself to police

A 25-year-old woman was killed allegedly by her lover at Warangal in Telangana after she expressed her desire to marry another man, police said on Saturday

Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi sets up two Cabinet panels for job creation, economic growth, six more suspected Nipah patients quarantined; today's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi sets up two Cabinet panels for job creation, economic growth, six more suspected Nipah patients quarantined; today's top stories

Narendra Modi sets up two Cabinet panels for job creation, economic growth, six more suspected Nipah patients quarantined; today's top stories

We're in trouble: UN report claims species in Nature are being lost in the thousands
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We're in trouble: UN report claims species in Nature are being lost in the thousands

The report reads like a charge sheet against the most destructive creatures in History: HUMANS

National road safety week: Navigating the streets hassle-free is a basic right; we have to walk the talk
Business

National road safety week: Navigating the streets hassle-free is a basic right; we have to walk the talk

Roughly 80 percent of all fatal accidents stem from human behaviour, according to figures available with the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways.

Hindu council of Australia holds peaceful protest over controversial Lord Ganesha advertisement
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Hindu council of Australia holds peaceful protest over controversial Lord Ganesha advertisement

Hindu groups in Australia have held peaceful demonstrations against a controversial advertisement which they described as "insulting"