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121 die as Cypriot plane crashes near Athens
Pilots found slumped unconscious over the controls before crash

Iraqi clerics demand "Shiastan" in south
Sunnis fear country will split if Shias and Kurds control oil wells and leave them with the ``sands of Anbar''

U.S., Britain warned of more terrorist attacks
LONDON: American intelligence agencies are reported to have warned of terror attacks on petrol stations in London and several U.S. cities to coincide with the fourth anniversary of "9/11''. According to The Sunday Times , leaked ...

UNP blames lax security for Minister's killing
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka's Opposition United National Party (UNP) has "strongly condemned" the assassination of the Foreign Affairs Minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar, and said "unless the perpetrators are quickly identified it will have a serious impact ...

Funeral mood descends upon neighbourhood
COLOMBO: A funeral mood has descended upon the neighbourhood of the official residence of the assassinated Foreign Affairs Minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar, who was shot dead by a sniper on Friday. The normally fortified residence, in which ...

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India & World
`Mangal Pandey' irks nationalist Britons
Criticism attributed to the current mood in the U.K. following the recent terror attacks

British pupils, Indian tutors
Maths and science to be taught on the Internet

Defence very strong, says Shaukat Aziz
"Will continue to improve missile technology"

Premeditated act of violence, says Manmohan
NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday said the Sri Lankan Foreign Minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar's assassination was a "premeditated act of violence'' and that the perpetrators of the killing would be brought to justice. In a ...




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