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India can rival China in Nigeria, by being exactly what China is not: Open and free

Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari spent the year 1973 in India as a young army officer receiving training at the Defence Services Staff College in Tamil Nadu. This week, Buhari returns as his country’s newly-elected civilian leader, and head of its delegation to the India-Africa Summit in New …

Africa

New illness spread by ticks found similar to Lyme disease

The new disease, which causes headache, fatigue, muscle aches and a recurrent fever is feared to be less responsive to antibiotics than similar illnesses<p>Scientists have discovered a new illness similar to Lyme disease, spread by ticks and resistant to antibiotics - raising fears about growing …

Disease

TalkTalk hack: Former customers warned they could be affected by cyber attack

Exclusive: Past customers of broadband and phone company TalkTalk may have had personal details stolen by cyber criminals<p>Millions of people who cancelled their TalkTalk contracts years ago may have fallen victim to the latest cyber attack on the telecoms provider, <i>The Telegraph</i> can disclose.<p>The …

Basking In The Spellbinding Beauty Of Haitian Vodou Flags

"It's a very important art form that helps you understand the history of Haiti and the survival of people and their creativity."<p>Walk into the Birmingham Museum of Art this winter and you'll find yourself immersed in a strange and ecstatic experience, somewhere between an aesthetic encounter, a …

Science proves your first-born won’t rule the world

Kids are mysterious, even to their parents. (Perhaps <i>especially</i> to their parents.) Why is the oldest so controlling? Or the youngest such a terror? Dismissing the potential effects of our neurotic parenting, we ascribe many of our kids’ traits to the self-evident truth of birth order.<p>Unfortunately, …

Psychology