FOCUS: Fading memory, glimmer of hope on 63rd anniv. of atomic bombings

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TOKYO, Aug. 2 Kyodo - As the world marks the 63rd anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, prominent American scholars and analysts are worried about the fading memory of the bombings but offer guarded optimism about a future free of nuclear weapons.

Scrabulous pulled off Facebook in US, Canada By By Seema Hakhu Kachru

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Houston, July 31 (PTI) - A popular online wordgame created by two Calcutta-based brothers has been yanked off the social networking website, Facebook, from its US and Canadian versions,a week after a lawsuit was filed against the siblingsby an American toymaker that owns the rights to Scrabble.

Setback to Haneef as inquiry decides not to reveal evidence By Natasha Chaku

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Melbourne, July 28 (PTI) The truth behind the bungled case of Indian doctor Mohammad Haneef, wrongly accused on terror charges in Australia, may never come to light as the head of a government-ordered inquiry Monday said much of the "sensitive" evidence before it cannot be made public as itcould