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Now, more Republicans doubt Bush's Iraq plan
Democrats pushing for a full Senate vote on policy

Karuna faction a destabilising factor: donors' report
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka Bilateral Donor Group (BDG) has said the military action of the Karuna faction in the east has become a major destabilising factor even as the Human Rights Watch (HRW) alleged that with "complicity or wilful blindness" of ...

Iraqis see little new in speech
BAGHDAD: Iraqi politicians on both sides of the sectarian divide saw little new in Mr. Bush's speech in which he urged critics to give his plan to increase American troops in Iraq a chance, saying a political solution also is needed to quell the ...

Katsav seeks "leave of absence"
DUBAI: Israel's embattled President Moshe Katsav has asked the Speaker for "leave of absence" from his post. The move follows a decision by the Attorney-General to indict him on a series of charges, including rape and sexual ...

EVOLUTIONARY TWIST
Virgin birth of dragons
MANCHESTER: A British zoo on Wednesday announced the virgin birth of five Komodo dragons, giving scientists new hope for the captive breeding of the endangered species. In an evolutionary twist, the newborns' 8-year-old mother, Flora, shocked ...

Australian sells his life on eBay
SYDNEY: An Australian man who agreed to sell his "life" on eBay for (A)$7,500 (about Rs. 2.6 lakh) said on Wednesday he was prepared to go through with the deal if the buyer paid cash. Earlier this month, Nicael Holt, 24, had posted his life ...

India & World
Shilpa gets more offers
It includes a 6-figure sum reality show

750 foreigners held in U.S.
WASHINGTON: United States Immigration officials have arrested more than 750 foreign nationals, including Indians, in one of the largest such enforcement actions carried out so far. Most of the arrested during the weeklong raids in five ...




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