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Confusion over judges’ return
Not aware of any deadline, say PPP leaders

Virus alert in China
22 deaths reported in Fuyang city

100 seats for Maoists
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has won nearly one-third of the seats awarded under the Proportionate Representation (PR) system. All 25 political parties that secured seats under the PR system submitted the list of ...

Gaffe-prone Johnson is London Mayor
Ken Livingstone pays price for public resentment against Labour

Remains of statue hit
KABUL: An explosion has cracked historic remains of one of the famed Bamiyan Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban seven years ago, an Afghan culture official said on Saturday. The blast caused cracks in what is left of the ...

Still on U.S. watchlist
WASHINGTON: Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela still figures on the U.S. terrorist watchlist and needs special permission to visit the country. . U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had termed the situation ...

India & World
India, Malaysia hold naval exercise
SINGAPORE: India and Malaysia on Saturday took their increasing defence cooperation a step forward by holding a naval exercise that involved targeted live firing. This marked a scale-up of the regular “passage exercise.” Two ...

Jindal rules out running for Vice-President
Washington: Indian American Bobby Jindal, the governor of Louisiana, has ruled out the possibility of becoming the running mate to the presumptive Republican nominee John McCain, saying that his focus was on getting his State back on its feet ...

Sri Lanka Cabinet approval for STF to oversee development initiatives in Northern Province
It will provide advice to all ministries and statutory bodies of the state and will help coordinate operations




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