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More Tiger cadre fall to Army
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan military on Wednesday announced that troops were engaged in a last stand off against the LTTE and that 38 more LTTE bodies (28 men and seven women) and a large haul of arms and ammunition had been recovered. The ...

Sri Lankan Tamils sombre
COLOMBO: Even as people in Sri Lanka celebrated the news of Velupillai Prabakaran’s death and the decimation of the LTTE as a fighting force, the mood among the Tamils in the country was sombre. There were no scenes of joy in ...

U.S. past Pakistan policy incoherent, says Hillary
Washington: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton trashed U.S.’ policy towards Pakistan over the last 30 years calling it “incoherent”. She also acknowledged the U.S. shared the blame for the current mess in Pakistan. In ...

Maoists register resolution
KATHMANDU: The Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoists) on Wednesday registered a resolution in the parliament secretariat in a bid to restore civilian supremacy and revoke President Ram Baran Yadav’s decision to retain the Nepal Army ...

Shanghai forum concerned over Pakistan’s nuclear arms
MOSCOW: The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) voiced concern over the situation in Pakistan and the risk of its nuclear weapons falling into terrorist hands. “The situation in Pakistan, which possesses nuclear weapons, is ...

India & World
Royal Indian Navy veteran dead
London: Commander Anthony Brian Goord, who held key positions in the Royal Indian Navy (RIN) and later aided the “Indianisation” of the service in 1947, has died at the age of 97. He joined the RIN, established in 1612 by ...

Medvedev congratulates PM, Sonia
MOSCOW: Russian and Indian leaders vowed to strengthen the strategic partnership between the two countries as President Dmitry Medvedev called Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi to congratulate them on the ...




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