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Friday, June 23, 2006
One month for monitors: LTTE
Tigers' demand termed unreasonable
"Orange Revolution" allies form Ukraine coalition
MOSCOW: After months of bitter haggling over government posts, Ukraine's pro-Western parties have formed a ruling coalition sidelining the main pro-Russian party, which came in first in the March parliamentary election. The coalition includes ...
Flood death toll rises
Hopes of finding survivors recede
North Korea keeps neighbours guessing
SINGAPORE: The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is keeping its neighbours guessing about whether or not it would test-fire a long-range ballistic missile. Speculation over Pyongyang's moves was heightened by the diplomatic signals ...
Jirga for peace in Waziristan
ISLAMABAD: Authorities in northwestern Pakistan are working to form a Jirga for maintaining peace in the Waziristan tribal region. The services and support of tribal elders will be used in its formation, Governor of North West Frontier ...
U.S. lags in role of women in politics
NEW YORK: For all the talk about Hillary Rodham Clinton and Condoleezza Rice battling for the presidency in 2008, the closest a woman has come to the Oval Office is actress Geena Davis, star of the recently canceled TV series ``Commander in ...
Hamas U-turn on recognising Israel
JERUSALEM: Hamas has made a major political climb down by agreeing to sections of a document that recognise Israel's right to exist and a negotiated two-state solution, according to Palestinian leaders. In a bitter struggle for power, Hamas is ...
India & World
U.S. pledges support to nuclear deal
Against deal-breakers by Congress: Burns
``Outsourcing records puts patients at risk''
Prescriptions and diagnosis are wrongly transcribed
India, Pakistan begin talks on Wullar barrage
Eleventh round of talks held in "cordial atmosphere"
Minister blames LTTE
NEW DELHI: Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera on Thursday The Hindu that the issue of refugee flow from Sri Lanka to India did come up during his discussions with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He was replying to a ...
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