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LTTE has been defeated, says Rajapaksa
Tigers preparing for mass suicide: Defence Ministry

And where is Prabakaran?
FROM INSIDE THE WAR ZONE: As the curtains fall on the conventional war against the LTTE, the million-dollar question on everyone’s mind is the whereabouts of the maverick LTTE supremo, Velupillai Prabakaran. Wife of Sea Tiger chief ...

We know our job, says Kayani
Islamabad: A bomb blast in the North-West Frontier capital of Peshawar that killed at least nine people and left more than 30 injured on Saturday after a drone attack in the Waziristan tribal area that is said to have killed at least 10 people ...

Russia to supply helicopters to Sri Lanka
MOSCOW: Russia will supply military transport helicopters to Sri Lanka, said Colombo. Sri Lanka’s Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa told the Russian RIA Novosti news wire that Moscow had agreed to extend a credit to Colombo to ...

Guantanamo detenus can still be tried by military
Obama facing flak for not delivering fully on promise

Obama names Preet Bharara as U.S. Attorney
Washington: President Barack Obama has nominated Preet Bharara, an Indian-American lawyer, to become the U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York. Mr. Bharara (40), was counsel to New York Democrat Senator Charles Schumer and ...

Maintain law & order, says Fiji
SUVA: Fiji’s interim government has reiterated that individuals found breaking the Public Emergency Decree will be detained and possibly charged. Fiji Army spokesman and Permanent Secretary for Information Neumi Leweni said there ...

Status for Sri Lanka in SCO
MOSCOW: Sri Lanka and Belarus will be granted dialogue partner status in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) at the group’s summit next month. Meeting in Moscow on Friday Foreign Ministers of the SCO agreed to recommend the ...

Kuwait holds parliamentary polls
DUBAI: Kuwaitis participated in elections on Saturday after the ruler, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, dissolved Parliament two-months ago following an unresolved clash between lawmakers and the government. Sixteen of the more than 200 ...

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