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Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Consensus on devolution of power, says Sri Lanka
To be basis for talks to find solution to the national question
Musharraf visits Shiva temple in Karachi
Says Hinduism is integral part of Pakistan culture and geographical history
Nepal peace accord signed
Hopes of end to decade-old insurgency rise
Pakistan evasive on nuclear deal
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has played down reports of a deal with China for assistance in building six nuclear reactors during the November 23-26 visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao. "The reports are speculative," said Foreign Office spokeswoman ...
Syria, Iraq restore diplomatic ties
Damascus to play bigger role in strife-torn nation
Violence in Bangladesh
DHAKA: At least four persons were killed and 60 wounded in violence as the crippling nationwide blockade continued for the second day amid anxious countdown to Chief Election Commissioner Justice Aziz' exit from the office. The controversial ...
NEW SCHOOL OF THOUGHT
China trails a blaze in education
GUILIN (CHINA): Chinese classrooms are typically associated with rote learning and stern teaching methods. Sticking rigidly to the curriculum, the teacher drums in the lessons, making the students copy down everything on the blackboard so that ...
Robert Altman dead
LOS ANGELES: : Oscar-winning director Robert Altman has died, it was reported Tuesday. He was 81. Altman, the creator of a string of classic Hollywood satires including M-A-S-H , The Player and Gosford Park , died at a Los ...
India & World
Indian Jews immigrate to Israel
Bnei Menashe claim descent from Manaseh
India becomes part of ITER experiment
PARIS: India on Tuesday became part of a seven-member international consortium to launch a multi-billion dollar experimental fusion reactor called ITER. Construction of the 10-billion-euro project which will last a decade will begin next year in ...
Special treatment for Indian detenu
MELBOURNE: An Indian immigration detenu is believed to be enjoying special treatment by the Australian Government. He is housed in a serviced apartment and protected by security guards round-the-clock, media reports said. Peter Sankaran cost ...
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