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  1. Saina seesRead the original story w/Photo

    34 min ago | The Telegraph

    Lucknow: Saina Nehwal staged a scintillating comeback to defeat reigning world champion Carolina Marin and retain the women's singles title, while Parupalli Kashyap beat K Srikanth in an all-India final to win the men's singles crown in the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here on Sunday. World No.

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  2. Saina Beats Reigning Champion to Win Syed Modi CrownRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Outlook

    Saina Nehwal staged a scintillating comeback to defeat reigning world champion Carolina Marin and retain the women's singles title, while Parupalli Kashyap beat K Srikanth in an all-India final to win men's singles crown of the Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament here today. World number three Saina scraped past the seventh-ranked Spaniard 19-21 25-23 21-16 in a see-saw battle lasting an hour and 19 minutes to bag the title.

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  3. Saina beats World Champ, retains Syed Modi crownRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Nerve News

    Top seed Saina Nehwal came out with a stupendous performance to save two matchpoints and then defeat reigning World Champion Carolina Marin of Spain to retain the women's singles title at the $120,000 Syed Modi International Badminton Championships here Sunday. The World No.3 defending champion, Saina outplayed the Spanish World No.7 to win the one-hour and 19-minute marathon final 19-21, 25-23, 21-16 and clinch the Grand Prix Gold crown at the Babu Banarasi Das Indoor Stadium.

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  4. One title in the bag for Malaysia in Indian OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Star Online

    National women's doubles coach Rosman Razak posing for a self-taken picture with his charges Vivian Hoo, Soong Fie Cho, Amelia Anscelly and Woon Khe Wei after they qualified for the Indian Open final on Saturday. Malaysia are already assured of a title in the women's doubles of the Indian Open Grand Prix Gold in Lucknow after Woon Khe Wei-Vivian Hoo and Amelia Anscelly-Soong Fie Cho made it an all-Malaysian final on Saturday.

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  5. Worried Wei Feng hamstrung in Indian OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Star Online

    National badminton player Chong Wei Feng suffered a hamstring injury at the Indian Open GP Gold quarter-finals on Friday. - Filepic KUALA LUMPUR: Chong Wei Feng wore a worried look after limping out of the men's singles quarter-final in the Indian Open Grand Prix Gold in Lucknow.

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  6. Heineken to build beverage plant in East TimorRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | The Standard

    Dutch brewer Heineken said Thursday it will begin building a beverage plant in East Timor this year that will manufacture a range of drinks including beer. The company said in a statement that it had signed an agreement with the East Timor government to build the facility, which will require an investment of between US$30 million and US$45 million It will manufacture "a range of drinks including beer, soft drinks and water,'' according to the statement, released by Heineken's Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore.

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  7. Ban Ki-moon's nod to changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | The Telegraph

    Jan. 8: Two days before travelling to India on his first visit since the NDA government was sworn in, UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon has uniquely acknowledged Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister of change. He has appointed to the highest job in the world body that Indians have so far occupied an Indian who prepared the secretary general's road map for change in his own organisation.

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  8. Heineken to build plant in East TimorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Bangkok Post

    Dutch brewer Heineken said Thursday it will begin building a beverage plant in East Timor this year that will manufacture a range of drinks including beer. The company said in a statement that it had signed an agreement with the East Timor government to build the facility, which will require an investment of between $30 million and $45 million It will manufacture "a range of drinks including beer, soft drinks and water," according to the statement, released by Heineken's Asia-Pacific headquarters in Singapore.

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  9. Wood pushing WonderkidRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | Sun-Star

    "I WILL always pray and ask the Lord to give me strength so that I can continue to improve and aim for more medals," said the 11 year-old chess wonder Irish Yngayo. Yngayo, who recently hauled one gold and one bronze in the rapid and standard chess events, respectively in the Philippine Sports Commission-Philippine Olympic Committee Batang Pinoy National Finals 2014 held in Bacolod City last December 10 to 14, said that she's eyeing more competitions and tournament in order to achieve more medals, saying, "I need to pray and train more in order to be more successful."

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  10. US woman may be stuck in E. Timor for two-year drug probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 26 | The Peninsula

    An American woman arrested in East Timor after drugs were found in a taxi she was sharing will be forced to stay in the country for an investigation lasting up to two years, her lawyer said Friday. The United States had on Thursday cheered the release from jail of Stacey Addison, an American veterinarian who was travelling in East Timor as a tourist when she was arrested on September 5. But her lawyer Paulo Remedios said prosecutors will need up to two years to investigate trafficking allegations against Addison, who denies any wrongdoing, will not be allowed to leave East Timor.

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  11. Oregon woman released from East Timor prison four months after arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 26 | The Raw Story

    A veterinarian from Oregon who was arrested while traveling in East Timor in September was released from jail on Thursday after nearly two months of detention, the U.S. State Department said. Dr. Stacey Addison, 41, who was said by friends to be visiting East Timor as part of a round-the-world trip, was initially detained and held for five days on a drug charge.

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  12. American woman released from East Timor prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 26 | WPTV Local News

    Stacey Addison, 41, was detained by police in East Timor in September, 2014, during a taxi journey. Addison says another passenger in the cab picked up a package containing drugs.

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  13. Portland veterinarian Stacey Addison's release from SE Asia prison: 'I'm in disbelief,' mom saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2014 | OregonLive.com

    It had been weeks since Bernadette Kero spoke to her daughter, Stacey Addison, a former Portland veterinarian stuck for two months behind bars in Timor-Leste without charges. On Christmas Eve, the Klamath Falls woman received a call from the U.S. Embassy in the capital city Dili that Addison's lawyer was on his way to pick her up from prison.

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  14. Stacey Addison, former Portland vet arrested backpacking in Timor-Leste, released from prisonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 25, 2014 | The Oregonian

    Stacey Addison, a former Portland veterinarian, has been imprisoned while backpacking in Timor-Leste and appears to be stuck in the young country's tumultuous judicial system. Her case has drawn the attention of local lawmakers, the State Department and a Nobel Prize Peace-prize winning former president of Timor-Leste.

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  15. Timor-Leste's judicial lurch could worsen domestic violence traumaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | Switched

    Timor-Leste's efforts to reduce the prevalence of domestic gender-based violence through criminalization and prosecution, already hampered by a general lack of trust in the formal court system, have suffered a fresh setback with the enforced departure of 11 foreign judicial staff who had played a key role in delivering justice. "Decisions by the Timor-Leste parliament and government to arbitrarily terminate the contracts of foreign judicial officers and judicial advisors will have a negative impact on victims and their right to an effective remedy," said Amnesty International , highlighting that the staff shuffle may result in cases being re-tried, which could further delay proceedings and traumatize victims who have to testify repeatedly.

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  16. Stacey Addison, former Portland vet arrested backpacking in Timor-Leste, still imprisonedRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | The Oregonian

    Stacey Addison, a former Portland veterinarian, has been imprisoned while backpacking in Timor-Leste and appears to be stuck in the young country's tumultuous judicial system. Her case has drawn the attention of local lawmakers, the State Department and a Nobel Prize Peace-prize winning former president of Timor-Leste.

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  17. Timor-Leste's judicial lurch could worsen domestic violence traumaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 15, 2014 | IRIN

    DILI, 15 December 2014 - Timor-Leste's efforts to reduce the prevalence of domestic gender-based violence through criminalization and prosecution, already hampered by a general lack of trust in the formal court system, have suffered a fresh setback with the enforced departure of 11 foreign judicial staff who had played a key role in delivering justice in rural areas.

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  18. Davao delegates relive colorful experiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | Sun-Star

    The 51-member Davao City delegates, who arrived here from competing in the 8th BIMP-Eaga Friendship Games in Labuan Thursday, went on a shopping rush for "pasalubongs" for their loved ones as they are set to arrive in Davao City today, Saturday. But more than the material things that they have bought, Davao athletes relived their colorful experiences in the biennial Games and in their first international competition abroad.

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  19. Bangsamoro needs to catch up with other areasRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2014 | Sun-Star

    THE soon-to-be-established Bangsamoro needs an annual growth rate of 21.4 percent to be able to catch up with the rest of the country, an official of Bangsamoro Development Agency said. BDA programs division head Engr.

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  20. Thailand edge Indonesia to lift first-ever Axiata CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | The Star Online

    KUALA LUMPUR: It was a thriller and an anti-climax rolled in one as Thailand overcame Indonesia by only two points to lift Axiata Cup for the first time. Both team were tied at 2-2 for matches won and 4-4 on games won and a countback for point difference was required to determine the winner.

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