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Burkina Faso President resigns amid protests, Lieutenant Colonel Zida announces himself as head of state 1.11.2014 DNA: Top News
Lieutenant Colonel Issaac Zida said on Saturday he was taking over as head of state in Burkina Faso, in an apparent putsch against the military chief of staff Honore Traore who had earlier said he would lead a transition. Burkina Faso's longtime President Blaise Compaore had resigned on Friday amid mass protests against his efforts to extend his 27-year rule, leaving two military factions vying for control of the West African country. Zida's statement, broadcast on Radio Omega FM, came after a resident living near the presidential palace in Ouagadougou reported hearing several minutes of heavy gunfire in the early hours of Saturday. "I assume from today the responsibilities of head of this transition and of head of state," Zida said in his statement, which he read in the studio of BF1 Television. The whereabouts of Traore was not immediately clear. He had announced that he would take over the presidency at a news conference shortly after Compaore's resignation on Friday, but had not appeared publicly ...
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Police oppose 'Kiss of Love' on law & order grounds, citizens fume 1.11.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
Kochi police's decision has been widely condemned by citizens. Several citizens said the police move is nothing but an attempt to defeat a democratic process of voicing ...
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Heavy security as Jerusalem holy site opens 1.11.2014 Telegraph: International
Jerusalem, Oct. 31: Thousands of Palestinians prayed today amid a heavy Israeli police presence at Jerusalem's most contested sacred site, after an extremely rare daylong closing that the authorities said was to prevent further escalation of intensifying hostilities.
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NE book fair begins today 1.11.2014 The Telegraph : North East
Guwahati, Oct. 31: The 12-day North East Book Fair, scheduled to begin at the Assam Engineering Institute playground in Chandmari tomorrow, will hold a special programme to recall the contributions of eight Assamese writers whose birth anniversary has crossed 100 years.
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Section 144 cuffs on Malda BJP supporters 1.11.2014 Telegraph: North Bengal
Malda, Oct. 31: BJP leaders and supporters who had assembled here today to protest the prevention of the party's national vice-president and state chief from entering Makhra yesterday were arrested for violating prohibitory orders imposed in Englishbazar police station area.
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Cop goof-up: how 2+2 became Shakespeare 1.11.2014 Telegraph: Bengal
Parui, Oct. 31: The common curse of mankind, folly and ignorance.
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Arts faculty says 'no' to VC 1.11.2014 Telegraph: Calcutta
More than 95 per cent of Jadavpur University's arts faculty has voted against Abhijit Chakrabarti continuing as vice-chancellor in a referendum that undermines his position further despite not having any legal standing.
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History and all its grisly facts are worth more than the illusion of memory 1.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Cameron is wrong. Poppies muffle the truth about world war one

In 1924 the German artist Otto Dix depicted a skull, lying on the ground, a home to worms. They crawl out of its eye sockets, nasal opening and mouth, and wriggle among patches of hair and a black moustache or are they growths of grass? that still cling to the raw bone.

This horror comes from Der Krieg, a series of etchings in which Dix recorded his memories of fighting in the first world war. He was a machine gunner at the Somme, among other battles, and won the Iron Cross, second class. But he remembered it all as pure horror, as did other participants who happened to be artists or writers such as George Grosz, Siegfried Sassoon, Ernst Jünger and Robert Graves.

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The new Maharashtra CM speaks to TOI 1.11.2014 Mumbai News, News in Mumbai, Mumbai City News | Cities News - Times of India
Man of the moment speaks his mind on fulfilling the hopes and aspirations of 11.2 crore Maharashtrians.
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Allen Jones: I think of myself as a feminist 31.10.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
From his women-as-furniture artworks to Kate Moss in a gold breastplate, Allen Jones has always provoked controversy. Ahead of a major retrospective, he tells Nicholas Wroe about his fascination with fakery and fetish and why hes not a misogynist In 1969 Allen Jones , already well known as a pop art painter, produced a series of sculptures. Hatstand, Table and Chair comprise near life-size, hyper-realistic models of women squeezed into bondage gear, and incorporated into pieces of domestic furniture. Their appearance was greeted by impressive sales and outraged accusations of misogyny. They were the subject of a celebrated Spare Rib essay by film-maker Laura Mulvey, You Dont Know What Is Happening, Do You Mr Jones?, which drew on Freudian theory to brand the work as fetishistic and to essentially claim it was the result of a castration complex about which Jones was unaware. At the ICA in 1978 protesters let off stink bombs at a Jones exhibition, and on International Womens Day in 1986 a demonstrator ...
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Chennai Milk costlier by Rs 10 a litre from tomorrow 31.10.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Amid protests by opposition partiesthe Rs 10 per litre hike in the milk price effected by Tamil Nadu Government comes into force from ...
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Muslim cleric joins BJP in J&K 31.10.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
A Muslim cleric joined the state unit of BJP on Friday among others ahead of the assembly elections in Jammu and ...
Jadavpur University students hold phase 1 of referendum on controversy over VC 31.10.2014 DNA: Opinion
The first phase of a students' referendum on whether Jadavpur University Vice-Chancellor Abhijit Chakrabarti should resign for calling in the police to break up a gherao on the night of September 17 was held on Friday. Around 87% students of the 2,900-strong Arts faculty voted during the two-day referendum. Chiranjit Ghosh, general secretary of the students' union told PTI that in the second phase of the referendum to be held on November 11-12, students from two other faculties of Science and Engineering would take part. To ensure transparency in the referendum they have also appointed external observers like Human Rights activist Sujato Bhadra. During the referendum, the question whether the VC should resign or not was asked to the students and their choice reflected on ballot papers. Such a referendum would, however, not have any official validity, but would build up pressure on the VC to put in his papers if the students vote against him. JU students have been protesting for over a month against the ...
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City’s danseuse Pankaja elated over Rajyotsava Award 31.10.2014 Star of Mysore
City’s danseuse Pankaja elated over Rajyotsava Award
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NATIONAL UNITY DAY IN CITY 31.10.2014 Star of Mysore
NATIONAL UNITY DAY IN CITY
Kiss of Love Kerala HC refuses to interfere 31.10.2014 Hindustan Times: India
Kerala high court on Friday refused to interfere with the proposed Kiss of Love programme on November 2 being organised to protest moral policing after the state government assured action will be taken in the event of any illegal ...
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Will you kiss in Kochi too? 31.10.2014 Rediff: GetAhead
A group of young women and men have had enough of moral policing in Kerala. On Sunday, November 2 they plan to meet at Kochi's Marine Drive and stage a somewhat unique protest that involves... kissing.
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Hungarys prime minister scraps draft internet tax law 31.10.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Viktor Orbán says the proposed legislation, which has prompted protests in the country, cannot be introduced in its current form Continue reading...
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Kerala High Court refuses to interfere with Kochi 'Kiss of Love' campaign 31.10.2014 DNA: Wide Angle
The Kerala High Court on Friday refused to interfere with the proposed 'Kiss of Love' programme here on November 2, being organised to protest moral policing, after the state government assured action will be taken in the event of any illegal activities. When two petitions seeking to prohibit the holding of the event by a group of Facebook users came up in the court, the government informed sufficient police would be deployed and action taken if any illegal activity took place at the event. Recording the submission, a Division Bench comprising Acting Chief Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice AM Shaffique disposed of the petitions filed by two students of the Ernakulam Government Law College and the Sri Sathya Sai Orphanage Trust, Thiruvananthapuram. The petitioners submitted that the event was a violation of the provisions of the IPC and the Kerala Police Act and also against Indian culture. The law students wanted a direction to the Ernakulam District Collector and City Police Commissioner to prevent ...
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The 2014 Guardian World Cities Day Challenge live 31.10.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Latest contestants will be listed in the left-hand margin You can choose to order by oldest first 9.54am GMT So tell us about these skywalks ... 9.51am GMT Hello! Ha Lo (Chinglish) or Nei Ho (Cantonese)! 9.48am GMT The idea in 10 words: Skywalks that connect districts without touching the ground. 9.45am GMT The judges weigh in ... Dan Hill asks: Compelling presentation! And clearly a good initiative. What can we learn from it to enable other African (and other) cities to replicate? What was the breakthrough? Political will is the first, probably: Ethiopias government has a very strong development ethos and vision, and the wherewithal to implement it. I think the city government wanted to take the opportunity to really redraw the map of the city. Its not only the rail project that is underway, but also roads and buildings. Addis is getting a complete makeover, rather than a few adjustments. Again, this sits well with a strong political will that is committed to bringing about change - and all the better ...
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