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“The fear barrier of state terrorism is broken”
But lawyers see many a slip between the cup and the lip

Release U.N. staffer, family, LTTE told
COLOMBO: The United Nations on Monday said it holds grave fears for the safety of a U.N. national staff member and three dependent family members who were forcibly recruited over the weekend by the LTTE, inside the government-declared No-Fire ...

U.K. to impose migrant fee
LONDON: Foreign students and workers from outside the European Union will be required to pay a “migrant” fee of £50 each before they are allowed into Britain under new rules to be introduced next month as part of a phased ...

Iran’s reformists closing ranks?
DUBAI: Iran’s former President, Mohammad Khatami, appears set to quit the race for the presidency in favour of another reformist candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi. Agency reports said Mr. Khatami had decided to withdraw from the race. ...

Suicide attack in Rawalpindi
ISLAMABAD: Nation-wide celebrations at the restoration of deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhary were marred by a late night suicide attack near a crowded inter-city bus stop in Rawalpindi, the garrison city neighbouring the ...

Russia for global financial reforms


Furore over use of Gandhiji’s photos
Durban: The use of Mahatma Gandhi’s photos by the ruling ANC party in election campaign has created a furore among the India origin people here. The posters are part of the strategy being pursued by the African National Congress ...

Maoists see a plot
KATHMANDU: Senior leader of the Unified CPN (Maoists) Baburam Bhattarai has claimed that the former king Gyanendra Shah is on a mission to reinstate monarchy with a proposal of a baby king. Mr. Bhattarai said, “He [Gyanendra Shah] ...

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