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India, China key in climate change fight: Bush
Emitters of greenhouse gases should come together, he says

Tomorrow's decision today at G8
BERLIN: Was it a gaffe or was it great foresight? Leaders of the G8 and the five emerging economies are to meet at the German resort of Heiligendamm on Friday, but the official G8 summit declaration released on Thursday talked about what they had ...

"Britain bribed Saudi Prince in arms deal"
Calls for reopening the inquiry into the scandal

Jobless Tamils evicted from Colombo on grounds of security
"90 per cent of the recent terrorist incidents were hatched in lodges in Tamil dominated areas"

Poll bill in Nepal Parliament
KATHMANDU: Nepal's Government on Thursday tabled a bill in Parliament to amend the interim constitution to facilitate Constituent Assembly (CA) elections to be held in November. The bill seeks amendment to the constitution allowing the ...

Shift missile shield, Putin tells Bush
HEILIGENDAMM (GERMANY): Russian President Vladimir Putin, bitterly opposed to a planned U.S. missile shield in Europe, told U.S. President George W. Bush on Thursday that Moscow would drop its objections if the radar-based system were installed ...

Pakistan to review TV regulation ordinance
Struggle will continue: journalists

Politics does not make them happy
THIMPHU: With less than a year to go for the first general elections in Bhutan, politics and governance appeal less to the people than financial security and good health, a survey has found. According to the first Gross National Happiness ...

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India & World
Report on Manmohan `visit' denied
ISLAMABAD:

Quattrocchi trial begins
EL DORADO: The Central Bureau of Investigation pressed in a court here on Thursday for the extradition of the Bofors case accused Ottavio Quattrocchi to India. Its lawyer Miguel Almeyra presented arguments before First Court Judge Harichi Doi. ...

Indian youth delegation in China on upbeat note
100-member group to meet leaders during 10-day visit




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