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Pakistan tightens security amidst terror warnings
10 suicide bombers in Islamabad, say police

"3 mediapersons have LTTE links"
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan Government on Wednesday said three media personnel picked up by the police on Monday have confessed to having links with the Tamil Tigers. The "disappearance" of the three persons was a cause of alarm in media ...

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Spree of letter bombs
LONDON: Police are puzzled over the continuing spree of letter bomb explosions after another letter "exploded'' on Wednesday, this time in the offices of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) in Swansea, Wales. One woman was slightly ...

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Pranab lays stress on Iran-IAEA cooperation
TEHRAN: External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said here that the IAEA "should play a central role in resolving the outstanding issues," and stressed that a "peaceful negotiated solution would be facilitated by enhanced cooperation between ...

Meera Syal works to be taught in U.K.
LONDON: Meera Syal is among a host of immigrant writers whose work will be taught in British schools as part of a move to give a multicultural face-lift to school curriculum. Ms. Syal, born and brought up in Britain, is regarded as one of the ...

Shilpa calls on Blair in Parliament
LONDON: Actor Shilpa Shetty, winner of the "Celebrity Big Brother" show, was on Wednesday the cynosure of all eyes at the House of Commons where she met British Prime Minister Tony Blair and attended a luncheon with leading MPs. During the ...

Pakistan lower house condemns `excesses' in J&K
Resolution moved for Kashmir Solidarity Day




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