‘An Amazing Race for the Clinically Insane’
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‘An Amazing Race for the Clinically Insane’

Hanging from the side of a less-than-100%-reliable three-wheeler may not be the most comfortable way to see India, but it’s surely one of the most exhilarating.

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Swiss to post budget surplus for 2011

Switzerland is expected to report a budget surplus for 2011, despite spending 870 million francs ($985 million) to dampen the impact of the strong Swiss currency on its export-led economy.

E-cigarettes have as much nicotine as real cigarettes: study

E-cigarettes have as much nicotine as real cigarettes: study

Pioneering research conducted in Geneva shows that electronic cigarettes often contain as much nicotine as real cigarettes, and twice as much as other replacement therapies such as nicotine patches.

Switzerland won’t force kids to wear bike helmets

Switzerland won’t force kids to wear bike helmets

The Transportation Committee of the National Council has rejected a government proposal seeking to force children under 14 to wear helmets on bicycles. 

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Joker Djokovic battles through at Swiss Indoors

World number one Novak Djokovic won a hard fought three setter against veteran Xavier Malisse at the Swiss Indoors on Tuesday as he revealed he has recovered from what he termed the worst injury of his career.

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Swiss firms least prone to bribery: watchdog

Companies from Russia and China are seen as the worst offenders for paying bribes when doing business abroad, a new report said onn Wednesday, while Swiss and Dutch companies top the table for honesty.