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Institutionalise ISGA before discussing core issues: LTTE
COLOMBO, MAY 26. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has demanded "institutionalising'' an Interim Self-Governing Authority for the North-East (ISGA) before it discusses the core issues of the Sri Lankan conflict with Colombo. The demand, ...

Blasts near house of U.S. Consul-General
ISLAMABAD, MAY 26.At least one person was killed and dozens injured as two cars exploded outside the Pakistan-American cultural centre in Karachi today. The cultural centre is situated close to the residence of the American Consul-General in ...

Putin vows high growth, strong defence
MOSCOW, MAY 26.The Russian President, Vladimir Putin, vowed to maintain high growth rates, raise people's wellbeing and strengthen the defences during his second four-year term in office. Delivering the annual state of the nation address today, ...

Fears of major terror attack in U.S.
WASHINGTON, MAY 26. There is a heightened concern within the intelligence community that terrorists inside the U.S. may be planning a major attack sometime this summer. The FBI has alerted law enforcement agencies at the State and local levels of ...

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    India using war on terror to curtail human rights: Amnesty
    LONDON, MAY 26. Singling out America as among the worst offenders, Amnesty International has accused Governments around the world, including India and Pakistan, of using the war on terror as a pretext to "curtail'' human rights. In ...



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