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Rajapaksa regime confident on budget
COLOMBO: On the eve of the third and final reading of the 2008 budget in Parliament, the Mahinda Rajapaksa Government made it known that it would not hesitate to order polls if it is not passed. The assertion by Media Minister Laxman ...

Plot against Musharraf?
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Interior Ministry confirmed the arrests of two people in Karachi with “linkages to extremist groups” but said there was nothing yet to suggest they were involved in any plot to assassinate President ...

Hindraf yet to decide on action
SINGAPORE: Malaysia’s action of arresting on Thursday five leaders and activists of the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) — the group’s main leader P. Uthayakumar, V. Ganapati Rao (also spelt as Ganabatirau), M. Manoharan, ...

China-U.S. dialogue fruitful
BEIJING: Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao on Thursday described the just-concluded Sino-U.S. Strategic Economic Dialogue (SED) as “fruitful”. Mr. Wen made the remarks in a meeting with U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson in the ...

Novartis to slash 2.5 p.c. of global workforce
Switzerland’s Novartis said on Thursday that it will slash 2.5 per cent of its global workforce, aiming for annual savings of $1.6 billion in 2010 and becoming the latest major drugmaker to undertake a severe ...

INTERNATIONAL
Amendments to protect Musharraf actions planned
Deposed Chief Justice will not be reinstated, says Minister

INTERNATIONAL
Call for sons-of-the-soil job policy in U.K.
LONDON: In a startling revelation, the British government has admitted that 80 per cent of the jobs created in the country since Labour came to power in 1997 had gone to foreigners, prompting angry calls for a sons-of-the-soil policy to ...

INTERNATIONAL
Climate change: U.S. proposal discards U.N. framework
NUSA DUA, BALI: The United States worsened the deadlock in the ongoing global climate change talks here on Thursday night, putting forward a proposal that seems to completely discard the international U.N. framework, in favour of separate ...

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