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New Sri Lankan Foreign Secretary
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa has appointed the head of the Peace Secretariat as the country's new Foreign Secretary, reportedly overruling the name proposed by Foreign Minister Mangala Samaraweera. Palitha Kohona, an outsider ...

Child's plea to Blair
LONDON: Downing Street had an unusual visitor on Thursday: a 10-year-old boy whose father has been languishing in the U.S. detention centre at Guantanamo Bay for nearly four years on what his family claims are trumped-up charges. Anas el-Banna, ...

Fakhruddin Ahmed a fit candidate: observers
Emergency evokes a somewhat positive reaction; authorities withdraw countrywide indefinite curfew

U.S. embassy in Greece attacked
Explosive projectile fired from outside

U.N. chief calls for closure of Guantanamo camp
UNITED NATIONS: United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, speaking on the fifth anniversary of the opening of the U.S. detention camp in Cuba's Guantanamo Bay, on Friday called for the closure of the facility. Mr. Ban, who is to meet U.S. ...

India-ASEAN Ministers agree to enhance ties
Propose projects that will tap Indian expertise in science and technology

Russia slams U.S. raid on Iranian consulate
MOSCOW: Russia has denounced the U.S. attack on the Iranian consulate in Iraq as an "unacceptable" and gross breach of international law. "It is absolutely unacceptable for (U.S.) soldiers to storm a foreign country's consular institution on ...

Mahfouz book now in Egypt
What almost cost the Nobel prize-winner his life, is now a best-seller

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India & World
Pranab expected to hold substantive discussions
We will set high benchmarks for the fourth round of composite dialogue process, says Pakistan Foreign Minister Kasuri




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