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IAEA reveals Khan network’s reach
Weapon designs transferred through CD-ROMs, Internet

Sri Lanka raises threat of “mass eviction”
COLOMBO: Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa has said those people who had come to Colombo and its suburbs and are “staying without any valid reason were a huge security concern” and should return to their hometown. Mr. ...

Russia withdraws forces from Georgia
MOSCOW: Russia withdrew all its forces from western Georgia on Saturday ahead of the agreed deadline. Russian troops packed up their outposts between Georgia’s Black Sea port of Poti and the town of Senaki and left Georgia, said ...

OPEC official to visit Moscow for coordination talks
DUBAI: A top official from the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is set to visit Russia next month to follow up on Moscow’s call for closer ties with the cartel, which produces around 42 per cent of the world’s ...

17 die in Los Angeles train accident
LOS ANGELES: Emergency crews found more victims early on Saturday in the mangled wreckage of a commuter train that smashed head-on into a freight train, raising the death toll to 17 in the deadliest U.S. passenger train accident in 15 years. ...

India & World
Gilani condemns Delhi blasts
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan condemned the bomb attacks in Delhi on Saturday as a “barbaric act of cowardice” and said the perpetrators were “enemies of humanity.” “The people and government of Pakistan share the ...

Coming with draft to replace 1950 treaty: Prachanda
Says primary focus is to remove crisis of confidence between Nepal and India




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