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Indian white tiger kills man at Delhi zoo

<b>A white tiger has attacked and killed a man who was in its enclosure at Delhi zoo.</b><p>Zoo manager Riaz Khan said the young man "leapt over the railing into the tiger enclosure".<p>Initial reports described him as a schoolboy or student, but Delhi police later said he was a 20-year-old factory worker.<p>The …

Algerian military plane crashes into mountain, 77 killed | Reuters

OULED GACEM, Algeria (Reuters) - A military transport plane carrying members of the Algerian armed forces and their relatives crashed into a mountain on Tuesday, killing 77 people, the worst air disaster in the North African country in a decade.<p>State television showed footage of the wreckage of the …

Facebook finally cuts through the noise with Paper

With a publicity rollout that resembles an iPhone commercial and a swipe-driven interface that looks nothing like its clunky legacy app, Facebook’s Paper deserves to succeed where the platform’s legacy news feed fails.<p>Simply put, there’s a lot less noise on Paper, and it makes our collective …

China media slams Philippine leader comments on disputed waters | Reuters

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Chinese state media has slammed Philippine President Benigno Aquino over remarks that compared Beijing’s claims in the disputed South China Sea to demands for land made by Nazi Germany to the former Czechoslovakia.<p>Philippines' President Benigno Aquino answer questions during a …

China criticises Japan over comments doubting Nanjing massacre | Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s Foreign Ministry has criticised remarks by a board member of Japan’s state broadcaster who said a massacre carried out by Japanese troops in China’s then-capital of Nanjing in 1937 did not happen.<p>Visitors lean on an exhibition stand ahead of 76th anniversary of the start …

IBM starts rolling out Watson supercomputer in Africa | Reuters

LAGOS (Reuters) - IBM began rolling out its Watson supercomputer system across Africa on Thursday, saying it would help to address continental development obstacles as diverse as medical diagnoses, economic data collection and e-commerce research.<p>The world’s biggest technology service provider said …

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The Flickering Myth Reaction to Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor in Batman vs. Superman

<b>The Flickering Myth writing team sit down to discuss Jesse Eisenberg’s casting as Lex Luthor in Batman vs. Superman…</b><p>Let’s be honest, who saw this one …

Her and Captain Phillips take top honours at the 2014 WGA Awards

Last night the Writers Guild of America announced the winners of the 66th annual WGA Awards, with <b>Her</b> (Spike Jonze) the recipient of the award for …

Taylor Swift and Lindi Ortega: Rise of the new Nashville girls

Taylor Swift and Lindi Ortega arrive in the UK as a new wave of Nashville singers made the country capital hip again<p>With the return of the drama Nashville to British TV next month, the Tennessee music capital is definitely having a moment. After being treated as a kind of anomalous musical …

Lorde fed up with 'lecherous gaze' of music industry

Grammy-winning teenage pop star Lorde says that 'the price tag of fame sucks' and bemoans the 'lecherous gaze' of music industry<p>New Zealand teenager Lorde says she is fed up of the "lecherous gaze that I'm subjected to" because of her fame as a pop star.<p>The 17 year-old, who this week won Grammys …

Grammys 2014 in pictures: The winners, performers and red carpet highlights - Telegraph

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Millions of extra-loud car horns are causing a headache in Delhi: http://bbc.in/MLWfw0 Experts have warned the noise pollution could have serious health consequences. The BBC's Anu Anand asks, is honking just the symptom of a corrupt system in which drivers can buy a licence without learning the rules of the road?

Harry Potter should have married Hermione, admits JK Rowling

Author says she mistakenly wrote Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley as a couple "as a form of wish fulfilment" and not for "reasons of credibility"<p>JK Rowling has admitted that she made a mistake by pairing off Hermione Granger with Ron Weasley rather than with Harry Potter in her best-selling …

Chinese new year - in pictures

People around the world gather to see in the year of the horse

Indonesia volcano kills at least 11, fears over more eruptions | Reuters

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia’s Mount Sinabung volcano erupted and killed at least 11 people on the western island of Sumatra on Saturday, the first time it is known to have claimed any lives, a senior government official said.<p>The volcano has become increasingly active in recent months, regularly …

Video shows beheading of man in Syria by al Qaeda rebels | Reuters

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Rebels in Syria with ties to al Qaeda have decapitated a man believed to have been a pro-government Shi’ite fighter, an amateur video of the public beheading posted to the Internet on Saturday showed.<p>The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a monitoring group which posted the …

Thailand's prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra has cast her vote but it looks like others may not have the chance: http://bbc.in/1bOSuv6 Anti-government demonstrators have blocked access to some polling stations. Our correspondent Jonathan Head looks at the deep divisions surrounding this tense general election: http://bbc.in/MLDqZV