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Divisions over curbs
China for prudent measures

E.U. calls for restraint
Expresses concern over situation in Sri Lanka

Nepal peace talks adjourned
KATHMANDU: Peace talks between the Government and the Maoists were adjourned on Sunday for an indefinite period after they failed to reach an agreement. Though a major breakthrough was expected on Sunday, leaders of the Seven-Party Alliance ...

Veil triggers row in U.K.
LONDON: Britain's controversy-prone Muslim community was on Sunday facing a fresh row after a Minister called for a Muslim woman teacher to be sacked for refusing to remove her veil in the classroom, and a senior Conservative leader accused the ...

Sectarian violence rocks Iraq
BAGHDAD: Suspected Shia militiamen killed at least 46 Sunni Arabs in a weekend rampage of revenge killing in a city north of Baghdad, an Interior Ministry official said on Sunday, raising the toll in the latest sectarian bloodletting there to ...

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Zero gravity is now within reach of all

Peace accord signed
KHARTOUM: The Sudanese government signed a peace deal on Saturday with a small rebel movement in the eastern part of the country, an agreement intended to end fighting that lasted for 10 years. According to state-run media, Mustafa Osman Ismail, ...

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India & World
Grand pageantry showcases India
It will break down social barriers, unite people, says Lille's mayor

China release for Kalam's book
HYDERABAD: After Wings of Fire , another book of President A.P.J Abdul Kalam — Guiding Souls: Dialogues on the purpose of life — translated into Chinese, will be launched at a function in Beijing on October 18. The ...




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