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Sri Lanka asks Tamils without jobs to leave Colombo
Threat to security is the reason, says Sri Lanka

`No' to meet on LTTE
SINGAPORE: Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Rohitha Bogollagama on Friday ruled out the need for an international conference on resolving the terror threat posed by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). Mr. Bogollagama was answering questions ...

Lebanese army surrounds Nahr Al-Bared camp
DUBAI: Amid heavy artillery fire, the Lebanese army has surrounded a Palestinian refugee camp in north Lebanon where Islamist militants have entrenched themselves. Tanks and military vehicles have been positioned outside the Nahr Al-Bared camp ...

Korean talks end
SEOUL: The 21st Inter-Korean Ministerial-level talks ended on Friday here without any major progress. In a joint statement issued after the talks, South Korea and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said they would continue to ...

Girl dies of bird flu
JAKARTA: A 15-year-old Indonesian girl, who died on Tuesday in Central Java, was infected by avian influenza, raising the death toll to 79 in the country, the Health Ministry said here on Friday. The girl had contacts with fowls and scores of ...

Foreign hand in stir: Pakistan
Norms for media tightened

Rain induced to clear algae
NANJING: Chinese experts have artificially induced rainfall to dilute a lake that provides drinking water to millions of people in eastern China, but was polluted by blue-green algae. Thirty-nine rockets containing silver iodide were fired at ...

No to "spying'' on Muslim students
LONDON: British academics have rejected Government guidelines that, they allege, amounted to telling them to "spy'' on Muslim students to tackle extremism on campuses. The guidelines issued by the Education Department last November called for ...

Kin arrive in Pakistan in search of missing soldiers
The two-week tour of jails will take them across Pakistan




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