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Maoists' warning
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoists) on Tuesday warned of a nation-wide strike on December 31 and January 1 if the Government failed to take back all "unilateral political decisions" by December 30. The Maoists announced the move ...

INTERNATIONAL
U.S., North Korea hold direct talks
Lifting of sanctions focus of dialogue

LTTE frees 23 recruits
The students were taken away from a tuition centre

Libyan High Court sentences five foreign nurses, doctor to death
Detenus were accused of infecting 400 children with HIV

Tom and Jerry creator dead
LOS ANGELES: Joe Barbera, half of the Hanna-Barbera animation team that produced such beloved cartoon characters as Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear and the Flintstones, has died, a Warner Brothers spokesman said. He was 95. Mr. Barbera died on Monday ...

A species bonanza from Borneo
In a major find, 52 new species discovered on island

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Prisoners exchange
Number of people to be freed not known yet

Kyrgyz Cabinet resigns
MOSCOW: The Government of Kyrgyzstan has resigned in an attempt to resolve a long-winding political crisis in the impoverished Central Asian republic. Announcing the resignation of his Cabinet on Monday Kyrgyz Prime Minister Felix Kulov said the ...

Plantation wage accord
COLOMBO: Amid charges of "sell-out" by a section of the trade unions, two main plantation workers' unions in Sri Lanka on Tuesday agreed to a daily wage of Rs. 260 (Sri Lanka) per day in a bid to end the two-week-old strike. The Employers' ...

India & World
No plan to extend deal to Pakistan: Burns
WASHINGTON: Even asPresident George W. Bush signed the legislation on the Indo-U.S. nuclear deal into law, the United States has said it has no plans of extending a similar agreement to Pakistan. "We've made clear all along that this is a ...




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