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Rajapaksa re-elected, trounces Fonseka by huge margin
Fonseka complains of large-scale electoral malpractices

Take disciplinary action against top General: Antony
NEW DELHI: Defence Minister A.K. Antony has asked Chief of the Army Staff General Deepak Kapoor to take disciplinary action against Lieutenant General Avadesh Prakash, for his alleged involvement in a land issue in Darjeeling, West ...

Australia sets up high-level group to probe attacks
LONDON: The Australian government has set up a high-level group to look into the causes of the continuing attacks on Indians in its country. This was conveyed to External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Wednesday when he met his ...

Telangana: MLAs move court on resignations
New Delhi: A petition was moved in the Supreme Court on Wednesday, contending that the resignations submitted by MLAs on the issue of Telangana be deemed to have been accepted by the Andhra Pradesh Assembly Speaker. The petition was ...

Indian crew likely on hijacked ship
Mumbai: A Cambodian cargo ship, m v Layla S, hijacked by Somalian pirates, could have Indian crew on board, a top maritime authority said here. “The crew members of the hijacked vessel are said to be a mix of Indian, Pakistani, ...

Talk to Pakistan, says 26/11 inquiry committee member
‘It will help marginalise the terrorists responsible for the incident’

Plane hijack mastermind deported
TORONTO: Canada has deported the mastermind of the 1984 Indian Airlines plane hijack to India, ending a 15-year legal process after he arrived in the country in 1995 with a fake Afghan passport. The Canadian government had been trying to ...

19 students injured as boat capsizes
CUDDALORE: Nineteen students, including 10 girls, were injured when the boat in which they were crossing the backwaters on their way to school capsized at Sangolikuppam near here on Wednesday. They were admitted to the Cuddalore ...

Zaheer bowls India to victory
Bangladesh lower-order finds the spearhead too hot to handle

9-year-old Russian girl allegedly raped in Goa
PANAJI: A nine-year-old Russian girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by two suspected Indian tourists at the Arambol beach in north Goa on Tuesday. The police registered a case under Section 376 and 511 of the Indian Penal Code and ...

Deeply outraged: Russia
NEW DELHI: Russia expressed outrage over the alleged rape of a nine-year-old child from the country and warned that it would ask its nationals not to visit Goa if the local police continued to investigate offences as inefficiently as it was ...

Apple unveils iPad tablet
SAN FRANCISCO: Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad, a tablet-style computer that resembles the iPhone, but is larger. “It’s so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smart phone,” Mr. Jobs ...

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