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Thursday, September 07, 2006
Truce off, says LTTE
No scope for talks unless troops withdraw from Sampur: Tigers
Stir hits Balochistan again
Media asked to go easy on coverage of province
End of the road for Blair?
LONDON: Political circles in Britain were on Wednesday rife with speculation that Tony Blair's prime ministership could be drawing to a close after seven junior members of his Government quit amid a growing revolt against his leadership. Among ...
Ahmadinejad calls for purge of liberals
University students, faculty fear crackdown
Nepal scraps King's powers
KATHMANDU: The Nepali Parliament's State Affairs Committee (SAC) has decided to scrap the terminology ``His Majesty'' from the Bill on Approving Public Document and deprived the King from the power of approving public documents. Wednesday's ...
MOSCOW: Russia has cancelled military exercises with U.S. forces in what defence experts described as a sign of worsening relations between the two countries. The Russian Defence Ministry announced that annual joint war games with the U.S. army ...
India & World
Where Indian war dead are remembered
Growing interest in memorial rebuilt by German city of Zossen
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