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LTTE rejected peaceful solutions: Rajapaksa
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Thursday said his government was committed to ushering in peace so that all people of Sri Lanka, especially those in the North and the East would have the opportunity to choose ...
“LTTE man in U.K. procured war material”
London: The LTTE procured war-stores and raised funds for its activities in the U.K., an ongoing trial of a “prominent figure” in the Tamil community here has revealed. Arunachalam Chrishanthakumar (52), a self-confessed ...
Will not allow terror acts, says Gilani
Davos: Under attack from the international community for not reining in militant outfits, Pakistan on Thursday said it would not allow use of its territory for terror activities. “I assure you and I assure the house that I will ...
Beijing blames U.S. for global crisis
Davos: China on Wednesday laid the blame for the global financial crisis firmly at America’s door but said it was crucial that it works with the new administration of President Barack Obama to prevent the crisis getting worse. ...
Nepal ordinances face flak
KATHMANDU: Three ordinances issued by the Maoist-led Nepal government have met with criticism from the opposition Nepali Congress as well as an ally of the government, the CPN (UML). Nepali Congress president Girija Prasad Koirala said ...
Perfect storm, says Putin
DAVOS: Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin called the world financial crisis a “perfect storm” whose destructive powers were multiplied worldwide, and urged economic rivals to work together to find an exit route. The ...
India & World
“India, U.S. are natural allies”
Washington: U.S. President Barack Obama believes that the United States and India are “natural allies” and is looking forward to a deeper relationship with New Delhi, the White House has said. “Without getting into a ...
India protects U.S., Senate told
Washington: India has become the “sponge” that was protecting the U.S. and the West from the terror campaign of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and is absorbing “most of the blows” unleashed by terrorist groups in Pakistan, the ...
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