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60 p.c. polling in Nepal: panel
3 persons killed in violence during elections for the Constituent Assembly

Swiss-Iran gas deal under attack
DUBAI: Opposed by Israel and the U.S., the multi-billion dollar Iran-Switzerland gas deal signed last month has now come under attack from an influential U.S. based Jewish interest group. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has targeted ...

Two terror groups busted in Xinjiang
BEIJING: China has cracked two terrorist groups in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, the Ministry of Public Security said here on Thursday. The terrorists, who numbered 45 in all, had attempted to carry out sabotage to undermine ...

Torch re-routed in San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO: Last-minute changes to the Olympic torch’s route through the only North American city on its world tour helped it evade not only protesters, but also fans who lined up for hours waiting for a historic sight that never ...

Thinley takes over as Bhutan Premier
Thimphu: Jigmi Y Thinley, who has had close ties with India, has taken over as Bhutan’s first elected Prime Minister, a post he held twice under the monarchy. Mr. Thinley, 56, assumed office on Wednesday after receiving the ...

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Decaying rubbish a health risk, say doctors
Berlin: German scientists are warning householders of the health dangers posed by storing organic waste, saying exposure to it, particularly to the moulds that develop as the material decays, can cause skin and breathing problems. ...

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