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"Bid to damage Sri Lanka's reputation"
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickramanayake on Friday accused Sir John Holmes, United Nations Under Secretary General for the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), of tarnishing the international image of ...

Musharraf to attend peace jirga session
ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf has agreed to attend the closing session of the Pakistan-Afghanistan peace jirga in Kabul on Saturday. A Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Afghan President Hamid Karzai called Gen. Musharraf ...

Media condemn idea of emergency
ISLAMABAD: A day after President Pervez Musharraf pulled back from a reported decision to impose emergency rule in Pakistan, there was widespread condemnation that such a move was even considered, and speculation that it may have been a trial ...

Reactor needs more checks before reopening: IAEA
TOKYO: A quake-damaged reactor in northern Japan should stay closed for at least several months while more checks are conducted, said a U.N.-backed team on Friday after concluding an onsite inspection. The inspection team from the ...

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We are victims of racist mindset: Indian doctors
Action over “professional misconduct”

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North cautions S. Korea
SINGAPORE: In the lively atmospherics of a planned inter-Korean summit scheduled for August 28 to 30, North Korea on Friday expressed solidarity with its southern ethnic neighbour. Pyongyang made common cause with Seoul by denouncing the ...

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Pakistan Supreme Court orders voter list correction within 30 days
Millions of names missing mostly in Punjab and Sindh, says Benazir in petition

A library in mortal peril
BAGHDAD: The Iraqi National Library’s director has appealed to the U.S. and Iraqi militaries to leave his books and archives out of the fight, warning their recent occupation of the building had put one of the nation’s most ...

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U.K. welcomes nuclear deal
LONDON: Britain on Friday welcomed the India-United States nuclear deal, describing it as a “significant contribution” to international energy security environment. A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We warmly welcome ...




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