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Typhoon Morakot slams east China
FUZHOU: Typhoon Morakot slammed into Chinese provinces on the eastern coast on Sunday, causing casualties, destroying houses and inundating farmlands. Morakot made landfall in the coastal areas of Beibi, in Xiapu county in Fujian ...
Ban nuclear arms: Nagasaki Mayor
TOKYO: The Mayor of Nagasaki called for a global ban on nuclear arms at a ceremony marking the 64th anniversary of the devastating U.S. attack on the Japanese city that killed about 74,000 people. In a speech given just after 11.02 a.m. ...
Actor claims he is Paris father
LONDON: In a new twist to Michael Jackson’s complicated personal life, a British actor and a close friend of the late pop star has claimed that he is the biological father of Jackson’s 11-year-od daughter Paris. Mark Lester ...
Ruling alliance wins majority in Jaffna poll
Tamil National Alliance wins in Vavuniya
Nine killed in midair crash
NEW YORK: A small plane and a tour helicopter carrying five Italian tourists collided and fell into the Hudson River and onto the New Jersey waterfront on Saturday, and authorities believed all nine people aboard the two aircraft were killed. ...
India & World
No intention to single out India: Varghese
Melbourne: Peter Varghese, who is set to take over as Australia’s new envoy to India, said Canberra’s policy of not selling uranium to non-NPT signatories was not intended to single out New Delhi, which is keen to receive the ...
India, popular medical place for UAE residents: survey
Dubai: India is the most preferred destination for UAE residents for medical help, a survey has pointed out. According to the survey, around 57 per cent of the respondents chose India as the favoured destination for overseas treatment ...
Indian student killed in bus accident
Melbourne: An Indian student was killed and six others were injured when a minibus veered off the road and slammed a tree in the Victoria province of Australia on Sunday, the police said. The minibus, carrying 10 persons to Mount ...
Anti-Indian remarks spark row
Durban: A top rights body in South Africa has been asked to investigate reports that anti-Indian racist statements were made at a recent municipal meeting here, where slogans like “Go Back to Bombay” were also raised. The ...
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