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Rudd says vigilante action unacceptable
“Australians in India, at any time, run a risk also of some violence”
U.N. staff among Peshawar dead
Uncertainty over relief programme in NWFP
Iran rivals attract huge crowds
TEHRAN: Iran is in the grip of a high election fever with massive crowds turning out in the streets ahead of Friday’s presidential elections. If incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad mustered huge crowds at a Tehran rally on ...
Brown for right to recall MPs
LONDON: British voters could be given the right to recall MPs under wide-ranging plans for constitutional reforms announced by Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Wednesday in a bid to win back public trust in the wake of the MPs expenses scandal ...
China, Pakistan to fight terror
BEIJING: China and Pakistan on Tuesday pledged to enhance cooperation on law enforcement and anti-terrorism. “We hope to work with Pakistan to fight the crimes concerning the citizens of the two countries to ensure safety of the Chinese ...
A9 highway to be opened soon
COLOMBO: The A9 Highway, the only land route linking Jaffna peninsula to the rest of Sri Lanka, is to be opened shortly for commercial use by private traders. The peninsula is home to an estimated six lakh people. The A9 Highway was ...
Canadian MP deported
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan government on Wednesday briefly detained and later deported Canadian Liberal Party MP Bob Rae on arrival at the Bhandaranayake International Airport on the outskirts of the national capital. Controller-General of ...
A single customs union, says Russia
MOSCOW: Russia has slammed the door on its 16-year-old bid to join the World Trade Organisation saying it will only seek WTO membership as part of a single regional bloc with Kazakhstan and Belarus. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin ...
Yadav blames Koirala, Nepal for split
Spies in mosques justified, says FBI
LOS ANGELES: FBI Director Robert Mueller on Monday defended the agency’s use of informants within U.S. mosques, despite complaints from Muslim organisations that worshippers and clerics are being targeted instead of possible terrorists. ...
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