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We have a righteous wind at our back, says Obama
WASHINGTON: In the U.S. presidential contest’s final frenzied weekend, Senator Barack Obama promised to heal America’s political divisions while rival John McCain fought to hold on to Republican States and pledged to score a ...

“Republican plot to malign Obama”
LONDON: An Oxford University academic has claimed supporters of Mr. McCain tried to “enlist” his services to prove a “scandalous” allegation against Mr. Obama to damage his prospects in Tuesday’s ...

West seeks Gulf’s petro-dollars
Brown wants help to beef up IMF’s $250-billion bailout fund

LTTE on verge of losing key supply line: Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka Air Force (SLAF) on Sunday claimed to have pounded “an LTTE training and logistic base” located in the Iranamadu area in Mullathivu district. Spokesperson Janaka Nanayakkara said the base is located ...

U.N. wants credible polls in Bangladesh
DHAKA: U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said the U.N. hopes “fair, objective and credible” polls in December will guarantee Bangladesh’s peaceful return to democracy. Mr. Ban, who ended his two-day trip to ...

Thaksin holds ‘tele-rally’
SINGAPORE: Thailand’s military-deposed leader, Thaksin Shinawatra, now a “fugitive” in self-imposed exile, has said he could return home on the basis only of either “the King’s mercy” or the “power of ...

Marilyn Ferguson dead
BANNING (U.S.): Marilyn Ferguson, whose best-selling book The Aquarian Conspiracy helped establish the New Age movement by tying together its disparate threads, has died. Ms. Ferguson, 70, died on October 19 at her ...

India & World
Murdoch: China, India will reshape the world
SYDNEY: Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has said the ongoing metamorphosis of China and India from historic backwaters into economic powers will reshape the world in the next few decades. The News Corp chief gave an upbeat assessment of the ...




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