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INTERNATIONAL
30 LTTE cadres killed, says army
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka army on Saturday claimed to have captured four LTTE camps in Pankudaweli North and Naarakmulla South and killed 30 cadres of the Tigers in Batticoloa district. Military spokesman Prasad Smarasinghe said four LTTE camps had ...

Turkey-Iraq tensions rising
Ankara accused of shelling

Musharraf withdraws media ordinance
ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf on Saturday withdrew an ordinance aimed at curbing private television broadcasts after protests by the journalists' fraternity in Pakistan and world outrage. The ordinance, which enabled officials of the ...

Singapore detains terror suspect
SINGAPORE: In a continuing anti-terror drive, Singapore has announced the detention of four members of Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), widely regarded as the southeast Asian affiliate of Al-Qaeda, and also a "self-radicalised" citizen. They were ...

Talibanisation without me, says Musharraf
Pakistan President, Prime Minister feel isolated over Chief Justice's suspension issue

E.U. comment irks Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan reacted angrily on Saturday at European Union concern over Government curbs on media, describing it as a leftover of colonialism. "We do not need an outside judge to come and deliver statements, lectures and sermons to us. ...

Stop missile shield moves, U.S. told
MOSCOW: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov urged the United States on Saturday to halt moves to deploy missile defence facilities in Europe pending negotiations on the issue, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported. Mr. Lavrov's remark ...

India & World
Leeds university honour for Amitabh, Shabana, Yash Chopra
Amitabh Bachchan, Shabana Azmi and Yash Chopra conferred with Doctorate in Art

Painting by Husain, King Khan fetches 160,000 pounds
Many art works by Indian artists exhibited

Vegetarian passenger wins case against airliner
For serving him chicken on board Bangalore-Kuala Lumpur flight




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