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The funeral of the senator, who died from brain cancer on Tuesday aged 77, will be held tomorrow. BigamistusedNettomarry14times A MAN has been arrested in Mumbai for marrying 14 women, each unaware of his other wives, over two and a half years. Airline worker Tushar Waghmare, 40, used matchmaking websites and fooled his victims with a fake divorce letter and a bogus father and uncle at his weddings, say police. He spent three consecutive days with each wife at rented flats but was caught out by his latest bride. Madonnabooedonstage THOUSANDS of fans booed Madonna at a concert in Romania when she spoke out against the discrimination of gypsies. The 51-year-old paused during the Bucharest gig to say: There is a lot of discrimination against Romanies and gypsies in general in Eastern Europe, it makes me very sad. A few cheered when she added: We dont believe in discrimination, we believe in freedom and equal rights for everyone. But she was booed again when she mentioned discrimination against homosexuals. Anexplosivedevice?Eaunoitisnt A GRENADE left under a bridge in Brazil caused a three-mile traffic jam... but it was just a bottle of eau de cologne. A grey bottle of Arsenal cologne by Gilles Cantuel, left, looked realistic enough for police to halt rush-hour traffic in the city of So Paulo yesterday. It wasnt clear whether the bottle was left as a practical joke or for more sinister reasons, said officers. Carnival floats told to keep noise downBy mark Blunden Jeers: Madonna on stage in Bucharest On the beat: a Carnival drummer our carnival guide: Pages 18 and 19 NottiNg Hill Carnival floats will be asked to turn down their sound systems this weekend if they breach noise levels. Council officers will patrol the Carnival route measuring sound systems sus- pected of exceeding the official threshold of 140 decibels. the noise crackdown comes amid fears for childrens hearing, and because emergency services may not be able to communicate with each other. last year there were several occa- sions when the music from sound systems reached 140 decibels -- the equivalent of a gunshot -- which can damage hearing. Floats are also being asked to start at 9am to ensure the route is cleared before nightfall and there will be weapon scanners and 11,000 officers to police the Carnival, in an effort to prevent a repeat of the violence that marred the end of last years event. A heat wave has been forecast to hit the capital on Monday and last for most of Tuesday, with temperatures reaching 27C. For tomorrow and Sunday, highs of 22C have been predicted. A 13-YEAR-OLD Dutch girl who hoped to become the youngest person to sail solo round the world was put into state care for two months today, while psychologists assess her capacity to undertake the risky voyage. Judges in Utrecht expressed concern that Laura Dekker would miss schooling and would face mental and physical risks if she were allowed to go ahead with her planned two-year trip in her 26ft boat, named Guppy. The court said she could continue living with her father, Dick, who supported her plans for the voyage which had been due to start next month, but said she would be the responsibility of Dutch childcare officials while an independent child psychologist evaluated her case. Social workers had argued Laura was too young to weigh up the dangers of the trip. Her father is reportedly considering moving abroad if her bid is blocked. The judges will rule in October. USenvoyinpollbust-upwithKarzai BARACK OBAMAS special envoy to Afghanistan has had an explosive meeting with Afghan president Hamid Karzai over the countrys election. Richard Holbrooke raised concerns about ballot-stuffing and fraud by some members of Mr Karzais team, as well as other candidates, and warned that US patience was running out. Mr Karzai reportedly reacted angrily and the meeting, described as a dramatic bust-up, ended soon afterwards. It was the first time a Western official had openly expressed doubts over last weeks presidential poll. Under state care: Laura Dekker with her dad, Dick 27 H 13-year-oldgirlputincustody tostophersailingroundworld index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html