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Protest in Myanmar gathers strength
Association of South-East Asian Nations members closely monitoring developing situation

Brown keeps Opposition guessing about early polls
LONDON: Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Monday left the Opposition guessing about his plans for an early general election even as speculation persisted that he might call one as early next month or November, catching the Tories ...

Space centre
BEIJING: China plans to construct a new space launch centre in Wenchang, China’s southernmost Hainan Province, according to official sources. The new launch site will be mainly used for launching synchronous satellites. — Xinhua ...

Not heading for war with U.S.: Ahmadinejad
New York: Iran does not need nuclear weapons and is not heading towards a war with the United States, said President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, on a controversial visit here amid tight security. The Iranian President, who flew into New York ...

Minister warns monks
YANGON: Myanmar’s Religious Affairs Minister warned senior monks on Monday that unless they curb their juniors carrying out anti-government demonstrators, the state would act against the protesting clerics on its own. Brig. Gen. ...

National duty: Wajihuddin
ISLAMABAD: Justice (retd.) Wajihuddin Ahmed, who has announced his candidature in the October 6 presidential elections, says he has entered the race as a “national duty” but he still believes it would be better if the opposition ...

Former judge to run against Musharraf
Police foil opposition protest

Heavy fighting rages in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Heavy fighting was reported between the Sri Lanka military and the LTTE along the Forward Defence Lines (FDLs) in the north on Monday. There were conflicting versions on the casualties. Initially, the government had claimed that ...

Strategic plan for China’s energy development
BEIJING: The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has set out a strategic plan for the development of China’s energy industry until 2050. The plan proposes three steps. The first is to develop energy-saving technology and master techniques ...

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