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Karuna group must be disarmed: Army
For restoration of normality in east

All set for joint jirga on terrorism
Pessimism as many shun the initiative

INTERNATIONAL
Koreas agree to hold summit
Move sparks hope and caution in the region

INTERNATIONAL
Maliki tours region to shore up support
DUBAI: Facing mounting criticism from the U.S., Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki is in Iran to seek Tehran’s support for countering growing threats to his Government and stabilising his country. Mr. Maliki has arrived in ...

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Gusmao sworn in
DILI: East Timor’s new Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao vowed on Wednesday to improve security and bridge divisions in his nation, even as supporters of the former ruling party burned buildings to protest their exclusion from ...

Picassos recovered
Paris: Two men arrested for stealing Picasso masterpieces from the Paris flat of the artist’s granddaughter, were on the verge of striking a deal to sell the works, police said on Wednesday. Two paintings and a drawing by ...

India & World
Donates fortune to native village in Kerala
Houston: An Indian-American neurosurgeon has donated his personal fortune — some $20 million — to build a hospital, health clinic and other facilities in his native village in Kerala. Dr. Kumar Bahuleyan, born in a poor ...

Bharatnatyam gaining popularity in China
BEIJING: After Bollywood films, classical Indian dance has caught the imagination of the Chinese, with a young woman actively promoting Bharatnatyam among her compatriots, especially the tiny-tots. For 33-year-old Jin Shan Shan, a ...

Two Indian writers on Booker longlist





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