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17 Tigers killed, says Colombo
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka military on Saturday claimed that at least 17 cadres of the LTTE and three soldiers were killed in continued fighting along the Forward Defence Lines (FDLs) in the north in the last 24 hours even as the Sri Lanka ...

Brown’s policy termed employment apartheid


INTERNATIONAL
Pressure mounts in U.K. for tougher stand against Musharraf
London: The debate in Britain over the current turmoil in Pakistan has been dominated by questions about what commentators have termed as British and American “impotence” in the wake of their favourite dictator’s second ...

Emergency will be lifted in a month: Attorney-General
Determined to go ahead with a 300-km march on Tuesday, says Benazir

Pakistan fans miss Mohali ODI
After post-Emergency blackout on private television

INTERNATIONAL
Malaysian march demands fair polls
Thousands take out rally amidst signs of political unrest

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Oil spill spreads
LOS ANGELES: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a state of emergency in the San Francisco Bay on Friday, as oil spilled into San Francisco Bay was spreading around the area. “I have signed an emergency ...

India & World
Accident in Dubai: three Indians held
DUBAI: Dubai authorities have arrested three Indians in connection with the death of seven workers on Thursday at a bridge under construction. The names of the three have not been disclosed. A spokesman for the construction firm, Wade ...

1.1 lakh Indians avail UAE amnesty
DUBAI: Nearly 1,10,000 Indians who were working illegally in the United Arab Emirates have availed themselves of the three-month amnesty offered by the government. Of them, 70,000 have left the country, and the others have found new ...

Strike called off: Arabtec
DUBAI: Workers belonging to Dubai’s construction giant Arabtec have resumed work, ending their 10-day strike. Nearly 40,000 workers had struck work, demanding a pay hike and an improvement in living conditions. The workers, ...

Charles, Camilla celebrate Diwali
London: Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, added colour to the Diwali celebrations in Britain by visiting Shri Swaminarayan temple here and participating in a symbolic ‘Laxmi Puja’ ceremony. Yogvivek ...

INDIA & WORLD
NRI doctors in U.K. hail verdict
LONDON: Non-Resident Indian doctors on Saturday welcomed the landmark court ruling which upheld their appeal against a discriminatory government directive that gave preference to British and Europeans over other overseas medicos for ...




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