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Ban will limit JuD capacity: U.S.
Concern over attacks conducted independent of Al-Qaeda

State sponsors accountable: Bush
Washington: U.S. President George W. Bush has warned that state sponsors of terror are as guilty as the terrorists and will be held accountable. He acknowledged terrorists continued to pose “serious challenges” as evident by Mumbai ...

Inroads into LTTE territory: Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: At least 20 soldiers and “scores” of LTTE cadre were reportedly killed in intense battles in Kilinochchi, even as the military announced the capture of the “strategically vital” Terumurikandy junction in the ...

U.N. Human Rights award for Benazir
United Nations: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has asked the Pakistani youth to stay away “as far as possible” from the extremist interpretations of Islam and try to spread the message of peace. ...

China vows to sustain growth
Through domestic demand expansion, economic restructuring

Sonal Shah renounces VHP affiliation
Washington: Sonal Shah, the Indian-origin member of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama’s transition team, whose links with VHP sparked criticism, has renounced her affiliation with the Hindu outfit accused of fomenting violence against ...

Blagojevich must quit: Obama
CHICAGO: Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich ignored President-elect Barack Obama’s call for him to resign, clinging defiantly to power after he was held for trying to sell Mr. Obama’s Senate seat. Mr. Blagojevich was released ...

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