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Panel to oversee MoU implementation
UNP reiterates commitment to support Government to end conflict, says MoU

Rajapaksa stress on goodwill
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has highlighted the importance of "building goodwill" between the LTTE and the government delegation for peace talks in Switzerland on October 28 and 29. He was addressing a workshop for the ...

Britain for troop withdrawal from Iraq?
LONDON: Britain was on Monday reported to be exploring a timetable for a gradual withdrawal of its troops from Iraq as Prime Minister Tony Blair reviewed the security situation with visiting Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih. The meeting ...

CIA bounty dropped from Musharraf book
ISLAMABAD: The Urdu translation of President Pervez Musharraf's book "In the Line of Fire" has dropped the part about the CIA paying bounty money to the Government of Pakistan in exchange for the capture of Al-Qaeda suspects. The Dawn ...

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Borlaug award
BANGKOK: The King of Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej has been named the first recipient of the Borlaug Medallion — an award given by the World Food Prize to honour humanitarian efforts across the globe, Thai news group The Nation ...

India & World
Musharraf: let us make LoC irrelevant
Self-governance mooted on both sides

Pakistan: It is a lesson against finger-pointing
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said National Security Advisor M. K. Narayanan's statement that New Delhi does not have clinching evidence to pin the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) for involvement in the July Mumbai train blasts is a "lesson" against ...

Salmon high on the agenda
Norwegian royalty to head business delegation

How a burgeoning Indian diaspora tunes into the American dream
Community of prosperous immigrants become more visible and vocal




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