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INTERNATIONAL
Judiciary will not disappoint people, says Bhagwandas
Protests continue over the removal of Chief Justice

British troops involved in surveillance, says Iran
London contests Tehran's claim, demands release

LTTE planning major attack: army
COLOMBO: At least 10 soldiers and 20 cadres of the Tamil Tigers died in the last 32 hours, in continuing battles in the north. The military conceded that nine soldiers had been killed and 46 injured in heavy shelling by the LTTE on the Forward ...

Fresh clashes in South Waziristan
ISLAMABAD: After a one-day lull, clashes erupted once again between local tribal militias and foreign, mostly Uzbek militants, according to reports reaching here. A jirga , comprising tribal elders, religious leaders, local and Afghan ...

U.K. blasts planned in Pakistan, court told
LONDON: Direct links were drawn for the first time on Friday between the July 7 suicide bombings that killed 52 persons in London and the failed Islamist extremist attacks in London two weeks later. Using footage of the martyrdom videos left by ...

Globescan
Bird flu in Saudi Arabia
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Agriculture confirmed on Friday the first outbreak of H5N1 bird flu virus among birds in the country, the state-run Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported. After the deadly bird flu cases being detected among ...

Mao's son is dead
BEIJING: Mao Anqing, the only known surviving son of Mao Zedong, the late founder of China's Communist government, has died at 84, a government news agency reported on Saturday. Mr. Mao Anqing died on Friday, said the China News Service, without ...

India & World
India seeks Japan's support for access to nuclear know-how
Our commitment to non-proliferation is total: Pranab




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