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Iraqis take control of Basra province
4,500 British troops to be stationed in the region on standby

Turkish planes destroy rebel headquarters
Operations to continue

Sri Lanka honours Sir Arthur Clarke
COLOMBO: Sir Arthur C. Clarke, well-known British-born science fiction writer, who has made Sri Lanka his home for the past 50 years, was felicitated here at a glittering function on Sunday evening. The tribute to his contribution to ...

Rights violations in Sri Lanka rising: report
LONDON: Human rights violations in Sri Lanka have risen sharply since the promulgation of tougher anti-terror laws a year ago, according to a leading U.K.-based rights organisation. In a report, the Minority Rights Group International ...

Tourists to Britain face new restrictions
Non-EU tourists to be given three-month visas

Bald or hairy: rule of thumb for Russian leaders
MOSCOW: Whatever other imprint, Russia’s likely future President Dmitry Medvedev will leave in history one he has already made with his hairline: he has confirmed the long-standing Russian theory that bald and hairy leaders alternate ...

Britain facing legal action against move to cut Gorkha pension
London: British government is facing legal action over alleged plans to cut the pensions of Gorkhas by sacking them three years before they are due to leave the army. The move, which means the Defence Ministry will avoid having to pay ...

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India & World
India evinces interest in Recycling Centre Concept
It turns 80 p.c. of waste streams into raw materials for new products

Indian team to discuss defence ties
COLOMBO: A middle-rung official delegation from India is here for three-day talks, beginning on Monday, on defence cooperation with Sri Lanka. According to knowledgeable sources, the delegation headed by a Joint Secretary each from the ...

Indian-origin murder convict faces 45 years in jail
SILICON VALLEY: A 24-year-old Indian-origin man is facing 45 years in prison after being convicted of killing his former employer at his orchard in California state in May last year. A jury convicted Bikkar Singh of second degree ...

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