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Rains claim 228 lives in Karachi
KARACHI: Karachi: At least 228 persons have been killed and over 250 injured in devastation unleashed by heavy rains and high-speed winds that lashed Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi. Emergency was declared in hospitals in ...

Darfur conflict heralds era of wars, says U.N. report
Drought and advancing desert blamed for tensions

Brown elected Labour leader
LONDON:

U.S. close to closing Guantanamo
WASHINGTON: Washington: Growing embarrassment at senior levels within the Bush administration over the Guantanamo Bay detention centre in Cuba is driving an intensifying internal debate on how and when the camp can be closed. Key ...

Bar on conditioners
NANJING: agriculture and forestry said at the beginning his colleagues felt uncomfortable without air conditioning, but now they have got used to it. “As government officials, we shall do our part in saving energy.” The bar was first ...

“India can do more to secure Suu Kyi’s release”
SINGAPORE: SINGAPORE: The Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) is addressing “a general plea” to China and India to “contribute to the process of an early solution to the imprisonment of Aung San Suu Kyi,” ...

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Bhagwati panel has exceeded its mandate: Sri Lanka Attorney General
He takes exception to remarks on the progress made by the Commission of Inquiry and the role of AG’s department

Arroyo: ASEAN will get moving forward
SINGAPORE: SINGAPORE: India has been identified, alongside the United States and the European Union, as a factor behind the current “slowdown of Doha” talks on global trade. Addressing the opening session of the two-day ...




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