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Two killed in blaze at Scotland luxury hotel

Two killed in blaze at Scotland luxury hotel

Two people have died and three more are being treated in hospital after a fire took hold in a luxury hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond, Scotland.

Man shot trying to enter US base

Man shot trying to enter US base

Police stand guard at the entrance to the US Air Force base at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk, yesterday.

12 killed as Mumbai shop goes up in flames

12 killed as Mumbai shop goes up in flames

At least 12 persons, including a Nepali national, were killed and another two injured when a major fire engulfed a dry snacks and sweetmeats shop here early yesterday, officials said.

Hacked EVMs ‘to blame for defeat’

Hacked EVMs ‘to blame for defeat’

Patidar leader Hardik Patel yesterday reiterated his doubts over the reliability of the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs), claiming they can be hacked and which was why the margin between the winning and losing candidates in the Gujarat Assembly elections was less in some constituencies.

We accept people’s verdict, says Gandhi

We accept people’s verdict, says Gandhi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi yesterday accepted the party’s loss in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat and congratulated the new governments in both states.

BJP bags Gujarat and Himachal

BJP bags Gujarat and Himachal

The BJP yesterday just managed to hold on to power in Gujarat, edging past the half-way mark to clinch a sixth term in government, but wrested Himachal Pradesh from Congress with a comfortable majority.

Ramaphosa wins ANC elections

Ramaphosa wins ANC elections

Cyril Ramaphosa’s long and eventful career has taken him from trade union activist to multi-millionaire and now to within touching distance of the South African presidency.

US strategy paper singles out Russia as bad actor

US strategy paper singles out Russia as bad actor

US President Donald Trump’s administration named Russia yesterday as a bad actor on the world stage in a policy document that offers a sober analysis of Moscow as a rival despite Trump’s own bid for warmer ties with President Vladimir Putin.

Chile swings back to right as Pinera wins election

Chile swings back to right as Pinera wins election

Chile’s political landscape once again swung back from left to right, after billionaire businessman Sebastian Pinera beat an independent backed by outgoing centre-leftist President Michelle Bachelet.

Malaysian PM arrives in Colombo

Malaysian PM arrives in Colombo

Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, left, and Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena attend a welcoming ceremony at the Presidential Secretariat in Colombo yesterday.

10 killed in stampede at funeral in Bangladesh

10 killed in stampede at funeral in Bangladesh

Ten people were killed and dozens injured in a stampede yesterday after tens of thousands of people gathered for a funeral feast in Bangladesh’s southern city of Chittagong, police said.

Military drill

Military drill

An Australian soldier (right) supervises as a Philippine Marine aims at targets during the Military Operation Urbanised Terrain (MOUTH) training exercises at the marine base in Ternate, Cavite province, southwest of Manila

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