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Muslim anger against Pope's remarks sweeps the globe
Pontiff reviving the spirit of the Crusades: Islamic leaders

Pope meant no offence, says Vatican
VATICAN CITY: Pope Benedict XVI did not intend to offend Muslim sensibilities with remarks about holy war, the Vatican said on Thursday night, scrambling to defend the Pontiff as anger spiralled in the Islamic world over some of his remarks ...

Pakistan condemns Pope's comments
Withdraw remarks to promote harmony between religions: resolution

Curbs at U.K. airports to be eased
LONDON: Bowing to pressure from harassed travellers and angry airline companies, the British Government is reported to have decided to ease restrictions on carrying hand luggage on board, imposed last month as part of new security measures at ...

SLMM head meets LTTE leaders
Opening of A9 highway discussed

IMF to reform its governance
SINGAPORE: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has devised "a package of reforms" to offer a better deal for the "emerging economies" and to enhance the quality of "governance" of the organisation itself, according to IMF Managing Director ...

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Singapore to allow some activists for IMF meet
SINGAPORE: Singapore on Friday lifted the ban on entry of some civil-society activists ahead of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank meetings and related events that begin here on Saturday. It said the decision was based on ...

Provide quota, Dalit leader urges British investors
Meets officials to discuss rights violations

Manmohan Singh to visit Mongolia
Bilateral ties have become stronger: Enkhbold

547 Indians died in 8 months in Saudi Arabia
DUBAI: At least 244 Indians in Saudi Arabia died due to unnatural causes between January 1 and August 31 this year, according to data released by the community welfare wing of the Indian Embassy in Riyadh. This was in addition to the 303 ...




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