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I will be President of all, says Sarkozy
Internecine fights break out within socialist ranks; riots in Paris and other cities

Colombo lifts curbs on diplomats' visits
Boucher to meet Rajapaksa today

Tornado destroys town
GREENSBURG (KANSAS): Rescue workers searched for anyone still buried in the heaps of splintered wreckage left after a massive tornado obliterated most of this Kansas town. At least 10 persons were known dead from weekend storms — eight in ...

"Torture of Palestinians in Israel"
TEL AVIV: Palestinians detained by Israeli security forces are routinely tortured and ill-treated, according to a new report published by an Israeli human rights groups. The ill-treatment, which includes beatings, sensory deprivation, ...

Proceedings stayed against Chaudhary
Order temporary, say Government counsel, but lawyers plan celebration

Shaukat Aziz remark sparks emergency buzz
ISLAMABAD: A remark by Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz at a press conference that the Constitution permits the emergency option under specified circumstances has sent up the buzz that the government is contemplating this course of action to ...

In-the-buff artists all
MEXICO CITY: More than 18,000 people stripped down and bared it all in Mexico City's vast main square for U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick's biggest nude shoot yet. Standing up to salute, crouching in foetal positions and lying prone on the ...

Malaysia moves to regulate sale of junked cars welded together, painted over
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will require all vehicles to undergo inspection before being resold, in a bid to end a flourishing scam where the usable halves of two junked cars are welded together and painted over. Transport Minister Chan Kong Choy ...

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India & World
A STERLING ROLE
Indians leave British hearts pounding
LONDON: Indian visitors to London spent more than Japanese tourists for the first time last year — underlining the scale of the emerging Indian middle class and the strength of the Indian economy. Figures from Visit London show that ...

Amnesty to benefit many Indian prisoners
DUBAI: More than 11,000 prisoners, including many Indians, in Saudi Arabia are expected to benefit from an amnesty declared by King Abdullah. "More than 11,000 men and women in the Kingdom's jails will be freed under the new amnesty announced ...




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