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INTERNATIONAL
7 killed, many injured in Karachi violence
A “conspiracy” against government, says PPP

INTERNATIONAL
Nepal goes to the polls today
Completes preparations for historic Constituent Assembly election

Monks disrupt media tour in Chinese province
Beijing: A group of around 20 monks disrupted a Chinese government-organised media tour of an ethnic Tibetan region in western China’s Gansu province on Wednesday, demanding the return of the Dalai Lama and claiming they had no human ...

IOC not to give up Olympic torch relay
China vows to carry flame to restive Tibet

Green Zone under renewed attacks
U.S. General not for troop withdrawal

“Polls will not be put off”
COLOMBO: Election to the Eastern Provincial Council would be held on May 10 and the Election Commission has agreed to a request by political parties to invite representatives from foreign countries to monitor it. Dayananda Dissanayake, ...

Myanmar unveils draft statute
SINGAPORE: Myanmar’s military rulers on Wednesday unveiled a draft Constitution, prompting pro-democracy activists to call for its outright rejection. The document is to be put to a referendum, scheduled for an unspecified date ...

Fiji elections next March
WELLINGTON: Fijian interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama said in Suva his government was committed to hold general elections in March next year, the Fijilive website reported on Wednesday. However, for this to happen, ...

A chain of kidney donations
Johns Hopkins Hospital performs six transplants at once

A camel for $2.7 million
MADINAT ZAYED: Dubai’s crown prince has bought a camel for an unprecedented price of $2.7 million during a desert festival in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. Sheik Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the son of Dubai’s ...

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India & World
Maximum sentence sought for Indian-American couple
New York: Seeking maximum sentence for a multi-millionaire Indian-American couple convicted of modern day slavery, U.S. prosecutors have recommended that the main accused, Varsha Sabhnani, be handed down a 30-year jail term. ...




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