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Calm in Myanmar raises doubts
ASEAN asks Yangon to work with U.N. envoy

Not against Rajapaksa regime: Thondaman
COLOMBO: The Ceylon Workers Congress (CWC), whose party members resigned from the Government recently, has no intention of toppling the Mahinda Rajapaksa regime. In an informal talk with The Hindu , CWC leader and ...

UNP calls for changes to cease-fire pact


Putin eyes Premier’s post
MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin may become Prime Minister after he steps down as President early next year. “It is a realistic proposal for me to head the government,” Mr. Putin said addressing a congress of the ...

U.S. military, CIA terrorists: Iran
For their role in the Balkans, Afghanistan and Iraq

Police in the dock over Menezes killing
LONDON: An innocent Brazilian youth, shot dead by the police at a south-west Tube station two years ago on suspicion of carrying a bomb, was the victim of a fundamentally flawed anti-terror operation, a court was told on Monday. The ...

China’s landmark property law takes effect
BEIJING: China’s landmark Property Law that provides equal protection to both state and private properties was put into effect on Monday. The law approved by the national legislature in March after repeated revisions and ...

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India & World
India reaches out to Kabul citizens
Constructs five multi-purpose toilets in Afghan capital

“India committed to gas project”
DUBAI: India is committed to its participation in the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project as part of its expanding relationship with Iran, the Minister of State for External Affairs, E. Ahamed, has said. Speaking to reporters on ...

UAE to issue temporary work permits Gulf Round-up
Dubai: To meet the shortage of expatriate workforce, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will start issuing temporary work permits for a six-month period from Monday. All companies can now seek temporary work permits to facilitate the ...




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