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First breakthrough in the hostage drama
For the sake of good relations with Koreans, says Taliban

Cubans celebrate Castro’s 81st birthday
HAVANA: Fireworks exploded over Havana Bay and five Cuban agents imprisoned in the United States sent greetings as ailing leader Fidel Castro turned 81 on Monday, spending his second consecutive birthday convalescing at an unknown location. ...

Amnesty offered to trapped Tigers


Brown mulling mid-term elections to cash in on popularity?
LONDON: There is growing speculation that the new British Prime Minister Gordon Brown might call a snap election to obtain a popular mandate for his leadership. The buzz is that a general election could be held as early as this autumn or ...

3 die in church shooting
NEOSHO (Missouri): Prosecutors said on Monday they believed a gunman deliberately targeted the leaders of a Micronesian congregation in a Missouri church shooting that killed three persons. They said the investigation so far ...

Musharraf admits to waning of his popularity
ISLAMABAD: In the first of a weekly interactive television programme in Pakistan’s election season, President Pervez Musharraf spoke with an invited audience, making a candid admission that his popularity had dipped, and somewhat less ...

Art to bridge cultures
Concerts across the oceans to connect through music

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India & World
Sabeel appears in court
LONDON: Sabeel Ahmed, the Indian doctor charged in a plot to detonate car bombs in London and the Glasgow airport, appeared in court on Monday for a pre-trial hearing. Dr. Ahmed (26) appeared at a London magistrates’ court by video link ...

Calculus from Kerala School
London: A little-known school of scholars in southern India discovered one of the founding principles of modern mathematics hundreds of years before Sir Isaac Newton, to whom the finding is currently attributed, according to new research ...

Indian envoy calls for timely delivery of Gorshkov
MOSCOW: India’s outgoing envoy to Russia has called for a timely delivery of the Gorshkov aircraft carrier even as reports said the modernisation of the vessel was running long delays. “Both sides have very big stakes in the ...




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