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G-8 to promote energy security
No accord on climate protection, nuclear power

"LTTE is siphoning off Government funds"
COLOMBO: The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) "siphons off" 10 to 20 per cent of the Sri Lankan Government's development and infrastructure funds allocated for the territory in the north and east, the Secretariat for Coordination of Peace ...

Eight killed as Hizbollah rocket barrage hits Haifa
Syria is strengthening militia's hands, charges Israel

Howard to stay despite calls for his retirement
SINGAPORE: Australian Prime Minister John Howard, will stay at the helm, despite the "unexpected" demand from a section of his own party that he retire. It was not his style to blink in a crisis, Mr. Howard has said. He also affirmed that he ...

U.K. concern over rise in Asian "honour'' killings
Women feel threatened due to disapproval of marriage or relationship outside community

North Korea blasts U.N. resolution
PYONGYANG: The Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Sunday strongly criticised a U.N. Security Council resolution on its missile tests, saying the DPRK will not be bound by the resolution. ``Our Republic ...

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India & World
Expand G8 to include India, China: Russia
"If our partners (in G8) take this on the agenda we will support it"

Iran rejects Indian price for pipeline gas
Tehran seeks $7.2 per mBtu, while New Delhi's offer is $4.2 per mBtu

"Arrests not linked to blasts"
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Foreign Office said on Sunday the arrest of two Pakistanis in Nepal was not linked to the Mumbai blasts but to a 2001 case. It did not specify what the 2001 case was. It said in a statement that the two were working for ...

'India reacting emotionally'
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Minister for Information and Broadcasting Muhammed Ali Durrani has said the Government of India was reacting "emotionally" to the Mumbai blasts. Addressing the All-Pakistan Newspaper Society in Karachi on Saturday, Mr. ...




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