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More Indian relief for Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: India on Thursday announced a package of relief material for the nearly 3 lakh war displaced in northern Sri Lanka. The Indian mission here said the Mahinda Rajapaksa government had been informed of a second consignment of 2,600 ...

Bangladesh to restore 1972 Constitution
DHAKA: Barring some “sensitive amendments”, Bangladesh is going to restore the original constitution of 1972 which was framed by the first Parliament upholding the spirit of nation’s independence war against ...

Thailand-Cambodia row
SINGAPORE: Thailand on Thursday recalled its Ambassador from neighbouring Cambodia and announced a complete “review” of ties. The move was in protest against the appointment of the former Thai Prime Minister, Thaksin Shinawatra, as ...

Hezbollah denies links to arms shipment
Beirut: The Lebanese Shia movement Hezbollah denied on Thursday allegations by Tel Aviv that an arms shipment intercepted by Israeli commandos was meant for the group. In a statement, Hezbollah’s press office said: “We ...

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Sri Lankan official stresses resettlement
1.5 lakh of the internally displaced still in welfare camps; biggest challenge is landmines

China reassures India on dam projects
BEIJING: The Chinese government on Thursday said it would not undertake dam projects on the Brahmaputra river that would damage India’s interests, amid reports that China was starting construction of a hydropower project on the ...




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