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EU concerned over civilian casualties
COLOMBO: The European Union (EU) on Wednesday said it was deeply concerned about the high number of civilian casualties and deteriorating humanitarian situation in northern Sri Lanka and reiterated its primary concern for the civilians in the ...
95 children died in U.S. strike: official
Kabul: Ninety-five Afghan children are among the 140 people said to have died in a recent U.S.-Taliban battle in western Afghanistan, according to a list drawn up by Afghan officials, a lawmaker said on Wednesday. The U.S. military disputed ...
Sri Lankan troops wary of civilian casualties
FROM THE WAR ZONE: The Sri Lankan troops were exercising maximum restraint to avoid any civilian casualties, General Officer in-charge of 58 Division, Shavendra de Silva told The Hindu at the front on ...
Pakistan for normalising ties with India: Zardari
LONDON: Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari on Wednesday assured Britain that his government was keen to normalise relations with India and committed to fighting terrorism. The need to improve relations with India was among the issues ...
Seen doing relief work among Swat refugees
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Nepal ends monopoly of Indian priests
Kathmandu: Ending the centuries-old monopoly of South Indian Brahmins, Nepal’s government has issued a regulation enabling Nepalese citizens and others to become the priests and the chief priest of the Pashupatinath temple here, one of ...
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