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INTERNATIONAL
Chechen Parliament comes under attack
MOSCOW: A daring terrorist attack on Chechnya's Parliament on Tuesday left at least seven people dead and 17 wounded. Four gunmen in a car drove into the closely guarded territory of Parliament in the Chechen capital Grozny by following ...

Rajapaksa: focus is on consensus
COLOMBO: Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has said his government would like consensus among all Tamil political parties for a political solution to the ethnic conflict. Talking to a delegation from the Commonwealth Parliamentary ...

Honest claims, says Lord Paul
LONDON: Indian industrialist and Labour peer Swraj Paul on Tuesday denied that he acted in bad faith while claiming parliamentary expenses and said all claims were made “honestly'' and were consistent with the rules at the time. He ...

Renewed killings in Karachi
ISLAMABAD: A renewed spate of killings on Tuesday evening consumed over a dozen lives in Karachi; taking the death toll due to targeted killings in the commercial capital of Pakistan since the weekend to more than 50. The already ...

IIT alumnus joins Team Obama
Washington: The Obama administration has made one of its most senior appointments yet from the Indian-American community. Subra Suresh (54), School of Dean of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an alumnus of the ...

French protests intensify
PARIS: French President Nicolas Sarkozy on Tuesday vowed action against strike-induced fuel shortages threatening to paralyse the economy as workers and students rallied to defend their right to retire at 60. The latest day of protests, ...

U.S. may step up air strikes
Washington: The U.S. is preparing for a massive step up of air strikes in Afghanistan with Defence Secretary Robert Gates ordering a second aircraft carrier into the Arabian Sea off the coast of Pakistan, said a media report. USS Lincoln ...




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