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    Woman rescued two months after quake
    ISLAMABAD: A 45-year-old woman was brought to a charity field hospital in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), on Monday after she was rescued from rubble on Sunday, 63 days after the devastating October 8 ...

    Policemen injured in Sri Lanka blast
    COLOMBO: In continued violence in Sri Lanka's north-east, 20 policemen were injured in a grenade explosion in the Mannar district on Monday night, the army said. Suspected LTTE cadres threw "two grenades at them when they were attending a ...

    Quake located deep under earth's surface
    No reports of damages or casualties

    A leap for the `barefoot' graduates
    LONDON: Think of a "college" where a degree or a diploma is a "disqualification" and where people are valued for their willingness to learn basic skills rather than their bookish knowledge and you, instinctively, think of the "Barefoot College" ...

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    English is your asset, says Koizumi
    KUALA LUMPUR: The compliments were bilateral. And they were not the usual platitudes leaders pay one another at customary meetings on the sidelines of multilateral events. Referring to his Japanese counterpart, Junichiro Koizumi's visit to a ...




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