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Minister to head Indian industry team to Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: The Minister of State for Commerce, Jairam Ramesh, is arriving here on Sunday on a three-day official visit for interaction with his interlocutors here on investment opportunities for Indian companies in Sri Lanka. The Minister ...

E.U. warns against flawed polls in Pakistan
LONDON: The leader of the European Union Election Observation Mission for Pakistan has warned that there would be “implications” for the Pervez Musharraf regime if the forthcoming national elections are found to be seriously ...

Sri Lanka dissident leader dies in accident
COLOMBO: A prominent dissident leader of the ruling Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) and former Minister, Sripathi Sooriayaarachchi (45), died in a road accident that took place at Madagama in the Galgamuwa area on Saturday ...

Madhesi parties form front
KATHMANDU: The three Madhesi parties — Madhesi People’s Rights Forum, Terai-Madhes Democratic Party and Sadbhawana Party — working in Nepal’s southern plain have formed a joint front to press their demands. At a ...

Turkey lifts ban on Islamic headscarves
Country will go Afghan way: opposition

London to be cycling capital
Superhighways to cut through traffic

Zoo celebrity orangutan dies
SINGAPORE: Ah Meng, an orangutan who met celebrities and starred as a poster girl for Singapore’s tourism campaign, has died of old age. It was about 48. Singapore Zoo will hold a memorial for Ah Meng on Sunday. ...

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