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Mrs. Clinton Receives Honorary Degree from St. Andrews University

Mrs. Clinton Receives Honorary Degree from St. Andrews University

St. Andrews University recently rewarded Hillary Clinton, former US Secretary of State, with an honorary degree.

'I Don't Want To Die’, Said Venezuelan President in Last Moments

'I Don't Want To Die’, Said Venezuelan President in Last Moments

Love for the country and the sacrifices he has made for his nation made him express a wish which he could not speak but his lips said correctly that he didn't want to die, said General Jose Ornella at

Barack Obama is Back in White House with a Bang

Barack Obama is Back in White House with a Bang

At 11.10 pm, Barack Obama recorded a historic win by defeating his rival, Mitt Romney by 100 votes. Obama was given 303 electoral votes by the major networks, while Romney got 203.

Coal Scandal in India; BJP asked for PM’s Resignation

Coal Scandal in India; BJP asked for PM’s Resignation

Two weeks ago, a report was released by the national auditor stating that the main aim of selling coal blocks without viable bidding was just to add on those extra profits worth $34 billion to the acc

Team Anna Continues with the Hard Battle; Media Turns to Negative Reporting

Team Anna Continues with the Hard Battle; Media Turns to Negative Reporting

Team Anna continued its campaign for the Jan Lokpal Bill and the movement is gathering momentum. However, the media has tried to project the whole issue against Team Anna.

Joe Biden Digs Into His Roots to Move Obama’s Campaign Forward

Joe Biden Digs Into His Roots to Move Obama’s Campaign Forward

Vice-President Joe Biden has been campaigning for the Obama Administration everywhere. He has been seeing describing his ancestral connections which he finds out over family dinners.

Romney’s Strategies to Win Votes Not Helping Him Enough

Romney’s Strategies to Win Votes Not Helping Him Enough

As the US presidential elections are gearing up, Mitt Romney has turned aggressive with his campaign strategies. However, while campaigning, he needs to keep a few points in minds.

Mitt Romney Not Afraid Of Radio Interviews

Mitt Romney Not Afraid Of Radio Interviews

Amidst growing competition among the candidates for presidential election, Mitt Romney seems to be relaxed and having fun as he has been using radio talk shows to attract the attention of the people.

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Canada Health Officials expand Monitoring of Ticks

A dramatic rise in the number of cases of a deadly disease spread by ticks has prompted health officials in Canada to expand their monitoring of ticks. Ticks are feared spreading an extremely rare but potentially deadly virus.

According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, it has significantly increased screening for Powassan virus in...

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