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Confrontation across Bangladesh feared
Opposition combine calls for blockade to bring the country to standstill

BNP leaders acquitted
LONDON: The British Government on Saturday promised to tighten up race hate laws after a court dismissed a high-profile case seeking to prosecute leader of the far Right British National Party (BNP) Nick Griffin and party member Mark Collett for ...

Gates, an agent of change: Bush
WASHINGTON: U.S. President George W. Bush gave on Saturday an additional indication that his policy towards Iraq could change by calling a new Defence Secretary-designate ``an agent of change.'' In his weekly radio address, Mr. Bush ...

Envoy meets Suu Kyi
YANGON: Visiting Under Secretary-General for Political Affairs of the United Nations, Ibrahim Gambari, met Aung San Suu Kyi, detained leader of the National League for Democracy (NLD) of Myanmar, at the state guest house here on Saturday, U.N. ...

DAZZLING COMEBACK
Kylie Minogue returns to the stage
SYDNEY: An ornate Kylie Minogue dazzled an adoring homeland crowd on Saturday in the diva's triumphant first foray onto the stage since she was diagnosed with breast cancer 18 months ago. "Good evening Sydney!" were the London-based ...

To see through walls
LONDON: A device that allows the police to see through walls could transform the way they deal with hostage situations, according to a technology company in Cambridge, England, that developed it. The short-range radar machine allows the ...

India & World
Nuclear deal with India tops agenda, says White House
Bush meets Democrats ahead of session

Hotline planned during Hu's visit
To improve issue-linked "coordination"




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