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Iran sceptical over talks with U.S.
First bilateral meeting today in 27 years
"LTTE planning major operation to take control of Jaffna"
Sources say plans have been submitted to take forward the final war
U.S. spy networks uncovered
TEHRAN: Iran said it had uncovered spy rings organised by the United States and its Western allies, claiming on state-run television that the espionage networks were made up of ``infiltrating elements from the Iraqi occupiers''. The broadcast ...
Iran threat "exaggerated"
LONDON: A leading British think-tank has said America is falsely accusing Iran of stoking violence in Iraq as a pretext for a military intervention in what is seen as a replay of the American-British campaign against Saddam Hussein in the run-up ...
Pranab calls on Gadhafi
DUBAI: India and Libya are looking at ways to enhance their collaboration in the field of oil and gas. During talks with the visiting Indian External Affairs Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, the Libyan leader, Muammer Al Gadhafi, said the "sky is ...
Racist, say activists
SYDNEY: An Australian Government plan to force Aboriginal children to learn English has ignited fierce debate, with some activists calling the plan racist. The initiative was put forward by Australia's Indigenous Affairs Minister Mal Brough who ...
Judge's veiled attack on Musharraf
Cautions against centralisation of powers in one person or institution
Double ban on Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD: The Muttahida Qaumi Movement, which blocked "non-functional" Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhary from Karachi on May 12, has set off a new drama by getting the Sindh Government to ban cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan from the city ...
Ukraine leaders end standoff
MOSCOW: Ukraine's battling President and Prime Minister agreed to hold early parliamentary elections, stepping back from the brink of a civil conflict. After 12-hour overnight talks President Viktor Yushchenko and his foe, Prime Minister ...
India & World
Brown to strengthen ties with India
LONDON: Exactly a month from Sunday, James Gordon Brown will take over as Britain's new Prime Minister and he has already pledged to accord ``very high priority'' to strengthening and deepening relations with a ``pulsating, dynamic India.'' ...
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