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Mottaki, Rice could meet at Iraq meet
Honest talks welcome: Iran

Now, Royal has slight edge
Both candidates achieved what they set out to do

"Other terrorists copying LTTE methods"
COLOMBO:

Legal battle continues in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Against the backdrop of a fresh round of protests on Thursday, the legal battle over ousted Chief Justice Ifthikar Chaudhary continued with lawyers on both sides arguing objections raised by the defence against the judicial panel that ...

Labour faces tough election test
LONDON: Labour Party was on a knife-edge on Thursday as millions of people across Britain went to the polls in what has been dubbed a "mini'' general election, and is seen as the toughest electoral test for the party as it completes 10 years in ...

Hope of consensus in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka All Party Representative Committee (APRC) Chairman and Minister Tissa Vitharana is hopeful of building consensus on province as the unit of devolution though the ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) has favoured district as ...

Britain offers help to Sri Lanka
LONDON: Britain is willing to talk to the LTTE representatives as part of its "determination'' to bring peace to Sri Lanka, but it has made clear that there can be no military solution. Speaking during a debate on Sri Lanka in the Commons, ...

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"Rajiv Gandhi questioned security lapses"
TORONTO: In a phone call just after the bombing of the Air India plane in 1985, then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi asked his Canadian counterpart why all the baggage on the flight was not removed and re-checked in Montreal when three pieces were ...




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