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Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Iraqi leaders hopeful of forming coalition
Militants fire mortars as Parliament opens
Lukashenko wins poll
MOSCOW: Veteran Belarus leader Alexander Lukashenko won a third presidential term in Sunday's election, which the Opposition described as fraudulent, vowing to organise large-scale street protests. President Lukashenko obtained 82.6 per cent of ...
Humphrey is dead; Downing Street will no longer be free of mice
LONDON: Humphrey, the cat who shared 10 Downing Street with two British Prime Ministers but was evicted by current resident Tony Blair, has died. He was aged about 18. Mr. Blair's office said late on Sunday that Humphrey died last week at the ...
Cyclone batters Australia
Havoc looks like nuclear aftermath, says Mayor
India & World
"Talks not related to India deal"
Nuclear Suppliers Group team visits Islamabad
Charges baseless, says Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Monday described National Security Adviser M.K. Narayanan's comment that it was breeding a new form of jehadi terror aimed at fanning communal tensions within India as "baseless." Responding to questions on Mr. ...
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