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Molestation of 10-year-old girl in MP’s Shivpuri caught on CCTV, two arrested

A video of a 10-year-old girl being allegedly molested by a man at an upscale apartment complex in Shivpuri district in northern Madhya Pradesh has …

10 Success lessons from Robert Kiyosaki – “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” for entrepreneurs

Share58<p>Tweet<p>Share181<p>+11<p>Shares 240<p>Robert Kiyosaki, is the author of number one personal finance book of all time ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad,’ American …

Brexit: What does it mean for you?

<i>Go here to follow CNN's coverage of the UK referendum live.</i><p><b>London (CNN) —</b> The results are in -- the British public has voted to leave the European Union.<p>So what does a Brexit look like for you? It depends who you are.<p>The Homeowner<p>The consensus among British property analysts appears to be that a …

Associated Press News

Steam, sweat and tears as Flying Scotsman leaves spectators moved

After a 10-year restoration, the 1923 locomotive is about to begin two-year tour of Britain as working museum exhibit<p>“We may be men of iron,” said Don Vause, shaking his head in wonder, “but we’ve got very soft hearts.” The 78-year-old had just watched Flying Scotsman’s first public outing since …

Over a million migrants and refugees have reached Europe this year, says IOM

More than a million people have now reached Europe through irregular means in 2015, the International Organisation for Migration has announced, in what constitutes the continent’s biggest wave of mass migration since the aftermath of the second world war.<p>Out of a total of 1,005,504 arrivals by 21 …

Save the Children

Map shows how long it took to travel the world in 1914

The map, published by the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society, charts travel times from London to different parts of the world, which ranged from around five to 40 days.<p>Created by John George Bartholomew, a British royal cartographer who worked for King George V, for the book An Atlas of …