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Sudan court jails U.K. teacher for 15 days
Extremely disappointed, says London

Troops to leave Iraq by mid-2008: Rudd
Melbourne: Australian combat troops will be pulled out of Iraq by the middle of next year, Prime Minister-elect Kevin Rudd said on Friday, spelling out a timetable for keeping his campaign promise and marking a shift in his country’s ...

Opposition divided on poll boycott
Benazir’s PPP to participate in the elections “under protest”

LTTE chief’s dream shattered, says Colombo
COLOMBO: The U.S. on Friday said only a “political solution, not a military one,” offers a way out of the violence even as Colombo said November 2007 “Hero’s Day Speech” of LTTE leader Velupillai Prabakaran is an ...

Remove all curbs: Pakistan journalists
They demand restoration of the pre-November 3 judiciary

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Khalsa retained charity status till 2004: report
Toronto: The Babbar Khalsa, members of which were allegedly involved in the 1985 Air India bombing, remained a registered non-profit organisation in one Canadian province till 2004, long after its charity status was revoked in another, a ...

I will return whenever I want, says M.F. Husain
Dubai: Eminent artist M.F. Husain has said he would return to India “whenever” he wants as no one is stopping him. Mr. Husain left the country after several cases were filed against him for his alleged obscene depiction of ...

Signal honour for ethnic Indian
SINGAPORE: Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has elevated Second Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam to the pivotal position of Finance Minister with effect from Saturday. Mr. Lee will, in the process, relinquish his ...

British Sikh girl sentenced to life
LONDON: A British Sikh student was on Friday sentenced to life imprisonment for killing her Muslim lover’s pregnant wife in a fit of jealousy, and what the police said was a “desperate” attempt to save her ...




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