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How India can find 100 million jobs over the next decade
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Global stories of those who stand out from the crowd - for good reasons and bad
Tackling problems for a living: challenges facing cities from the viewpoint of engineers
Ugandan dictator Idi Amin ousted; Rwandan genocide; the discovery of the polio vaccine.
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How is social media impacting on India’s biggest ever election?
Algerian players secretly left their French clubs to form their own national team in 1958
What does this tell us about his progress?
A review of the week with the latest news.
Singing Samoans, sole survivor guilt, nature reserves, snow babies and Quidditch
2/2 What absolute monarch Sultan Qaboos has done for Oman's religious tolerance
How close are we to mapping all the land, the seas and the clouds in the sky?
Soviet troops crushed a mass demonstration in Georgia's capital Tbilisi on 9 April,1989
How well has the Great Lakes region recovered from the genocide?
Armed clashes in Eastern Ukraine; Kenyan wins London marathon; the music of Doctor Who
How much scientific data been collected from the expeditions in the Antarctic?
The story of a ball designed to revolutionise the way the world’s poor light their homes
Live sport from around the world with news, interviews and analysis.
How the city of Manchester shocked the world and helped shape the modern age
Ukraine to fight pro-Russian forces; huge fire in Valparaiso in Chile; cosmic gardens
"My role is receiver and sender at the same time" - Marina Abramovic
How did Nigeria become the largest African economy overnight?
Jim al-Khalili discusses global mental health with psychiatrist Professor Vikram Patel
The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
Why are people racist and judged by the colour of their skin?
Some of the views of freedom that emerged from 1000 responses to the question
Live news, business and sport from around the world.
Japanese whaling ban; A robotic clam; Africa Engineering Prize; Computational psychiatry
Monday 14 April 2014