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A colonial-era law criminalising homosexuality will remain in effect in India, a top court said, dealing a blow to gay activists who have argued for years for the chance to live openly in India's deeply conservative society.
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Joyous, singing South Africans gathered in the rain today to honour Nelson Mandela at a massive memorial service that is expected to draw some 100 heads of state and other luminaries, united in tribute to a global symbol of reconciliation.
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A 21-year-old man with a string of criminal convictions who carried out a sustained assault on his sister when she challenged the moral authority he had imposed on the household has been jailed for nine months.
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Nelson Mandela was the leader of a movement that resorted to terrorism and the Tories were right to shun sanctions against South Africa at the height of the anti-apartheid struggle, former Tory chairman Lord Tebbit has said.
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ONE year after Massa Singh Nandra arrived in Britain he set up the Indian Cultural Society. Fifty years later, the organisation he started is still going, but relying more than ever on community support.
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Children who are left by their parents in front of the television or computer games often lack the basic life skill of being able to communicate properly, a former chief inspector of prisons warned today.
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Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid leader who became South Africa's first black president, was regarded as one of the great figures of the past century for his generosity of spirit, sacrifices in the name of equality and his efforts to reconcile the races in South Africa amid the ever-present spectre of conflict.
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Nelson Mandela was the glowing beacon of hope, shining across South Africa and the world, whose 27 years in jail left him without a trace of bitterness or hatred against those who practised the evil of apartheid.
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So you think beating his wife is the answer to his problems? Shame on you! Is this how your parents raised you? I feel sorry for the woman married to you. The key is communication. TALK TO HER. You should be talking to your wife instead of your father. If she refuses to listen or doesn't make an effort to change or everything else fails, then you should resort to divorce as a last option. − SyedI can't leave house with permission »