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Sunday, August 14, 2005
World condemns assassination
Killing puts the peace process in Sri Lanka to a serious test, says Norway
A man who transcended the ethnic divide
Kadirgamar was in many respects the country's crown jewel
A cowardly act, says Chandrika
President vows to spare no effort to bring perpetrators of the dastardly act to justice
Crisis eases, many still stranded
LONDON: After two days of chaos, the crisis at Heathrow airport was beginning to ease on Saturday as British Airways resumed 80 per cent of its flights after the ground staff, who had walked out of their jobs on Thursday in solidarity with the ...
India & World
"Bird flu may hit India"
Avian flu type A H5N1 has killed 60 in Southeast Asia
Indian expatriates get more time to legalise permits
DUBAI: Indian expatriates in Saudi Arabia facing sponsorship transfer problems, now have more time to legalise their residence permits under a new notification issued by the Labour Ministry. The Ministry has allowed Saudi companies and ...
"Move fast on Kashmir"
LONDON: : Acknowledging India's sincerity in resolving the Kashmir problem, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said the process should be expedited to enable him to deal with extremism firmly. ``I see the sincerity of the Indian leadership. ...
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