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Australia's illicit drugs trade at an all-time high

Australia's illicit drugs trade, led by cannabis and crystal meth, is at an all-time high with nearly 20 tonnes of narcotics seized last year and a record number of arrests, a government report says (Duration 00:48) Apr 29, 2014
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Pakistani serial killer of gay men appears in court

A Pakistani paramedic appeared in court on Monday over the brutal murders of three men. Muhammed Ejaz confessed to the killings, saying he exposed the "evils" of homosexuality, while police insist he had sex with his victims first. Duration: 01:00 Apr 29, 2014
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Obama lands in Philippines as defence pact signed

President Barack Obama lands in the Philippines to cement new defence ties on the last leg of an Asian tour conducted against a backdrop of territorial tensions between US allies and China. Duration: 01:10 Apr 28, 2014
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Philippines and US sign defence pact

The Philippines and the United States sign a deal to allow a bigger US military presence on Filipino territory, hours ahead of a visit to Manila by US President Barack Obama. Duration: 01:04 Apr 28, 2014
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Congress alleges Modi of having links with 'hawala' operator

New Delhi, April 28 (ANI): Congress on Monday, sought an answer from the BJP and its prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for his alleged ' covert relationship, protection and friendship with one of the biggest hawala rackets unearthed a few days back' which raises serious questions. The Congress released a CD showing Narendra Modi in pictures with Afroz Fatta arrested in connection with a Rs1000 crore hawala racket and dared the BJP PM candidate to submit himself to an independent probe. Apr 28, 2014
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Urs of sufi saint Wahab Khar shows interfaith harmony in Kashmir

Kashmir, April 28 (ANI): The beautiful state of Jammu and Kashmir is known for attracting tourists from all over the world. The essence of its divine exquisiteness and the unity with which its people work together to keep it alive, spares nobody to visit the state at least ones in a lifetime. This utmost togetherness amongst people belonging to different communities spreads a message of communal harmony. A similar example comes from the saffron town of Pampore district in Kashmir where devotees practicing different religions together visit the shrine of Wahab Khar to celebrate his annual Urs. Khar, a mystic poet known for his spiritual powers and unique method of transforming thoughts into poetry in a unique way, is known by people for his ideologies of brotherhood. Apr 28, 2014