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Friday, January 06, 2006
Sharon's Deputy takes over as acting Prime Minister
Premier's ailment likely to generate a power vacuum in Israel
Sheikh Maktoum laid to rest
Arab leaders, thousands of mourners attend funeral
LTTE warns of dire consequences
COLOMBO: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) on Thursday warned of "dire consequences" if "repression by the armed forces on Tamil people" is continued. Condemning the recent killing of five Tamil youths in Trincomalee, the LTTE's ...
India & World
Islamabad keen on Manmohan visit
Invitation to be extended if Prime Minister expresses desire to watch cricket matches
Musharraf for positive response
Reaffirms Pakistan's "moral support" to Kashmiris
Indian killed in Colombo
COLOMBO: An Indian national, A. Prasad (alias Durga Prasad) was murdered in a Colombo suburb on Wednesday night. Mr. Prasad (30) hails from Hyderabad and was working for a private telecommunications firm in Sri Lanka. He was shot dead with a 9mm ...
China sees India as partner, says PLA expert
SINGAPORE: China and India "eye each other not as a threat but as a partner," according to Rear Admiral Yang Yi, Director of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Institute of Strategic Studies at China's National Defence University. "Chinese ...
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