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Russia not for sanctions on Iran
MOSCOW: Russia reiterated its opposition to sanctions against Iran over its nuclear programme as diplomats from Big Five met in Moscow to discuss the Iranian crisis. "We are convinced that neither sanctions nor the use of force will help solve ...

Israel, Hamas stop short of open confrontation
DUBAI: Israel and the newly elected Palestinian Government led by Hamas have stopped short of open confrontation after Tel Aviv decided not to take military action in response to Monday's suicide bombing. The Israeli Government held the ...

Danube at record levels
We are victims of authorities' apathy, say evacuated residents

Cool training tool: a mannequin in the labour room
Noelle, a new robot birth simulator from the U.S., is now gaining in popularity in medical schools and hospital maternity wards

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57 killed in bus crash
VERACRUZ (MEXICO): : An overcrowded bus speeding home from a religious festival veered off a highway emergency ramp and crashed through a metal barrier, plunging more than 200 metres into a ravine. Fifty-seven persons were killed, including a ...

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When the General took a day off for his team
ABU DHABI: While the men in blue and green fought it out in the middle, it was Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf who was the cynosure of all eyes at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, where the first of the two India-Pakistan ODI matches was ...

India, Britain to collaborate in ``world-class'' research
Research initiative will link centres of academic excellence in both countries

Stolen Vishnu idol sent back to India
NEW YORK: A stolen 9th century stone idol with carvings of all the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu began its journey back home to be reinstalled in the Varaha temple in Mandsour, Madhya Pradesh, from where it was stolen six years ago. Indian ...




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