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Jilted lover who shot dead mother-in-law jailed for life

Tariq Rana
A devastated woman spoke of her “living hell” as her abusive ex-husband was jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years for shooting her mother as an act of revenge. Tariq Rana, 31, travelled thousands of miles from his home in Wolverhampton to Pakistan on a mission to track down relatives of his 28-year-old wife Ayesha Riaz, who left him a year...




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Archives: British aid to India linked to helicopter deal

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Tens of thousands of people bid an an emotional farewell to former Indian president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam who was on Thursday (30) laid to rest in his home town of Rameswaram in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The ‘people's presid More News »
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