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Iran steps up n-programme
U.S. naval exercises in Gulf
Cease hostilities, appeals E.U.
Tigers want immediate reopening of Jaffna highway by Colombo
Ishaq Khan dead
ISLAMABAD: Ghulam Ishaq Khan, the Pakistani President who dismissed two democratic governments, died on Friday in Peshawar aged 91. He had been unwell for the last three months. Mr. Khan was an important eyewitness to and participant in some of ...
Food aid programme
COLOMBO: The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has prepared a plan to reach food and humanitarian assistance to more than two lakh affected persons in the current phase of hostilities. In a statement here on Friday, the WFP said a ...
Extends anti-terror law
SINGAPORE: In a gesture of sustaining a pro-United States policy, the Japanese Diet (Parliament) on Friday endorsed a one-year extension of a special anti-terror law. The measures will enable Japan's Maritime Self-Defence Force to continue ...
India & World
Kasuri hopes to strike the right note with Pranab
Hails appointment of Foreign Minister, says "it takes two to tango"
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