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Glimpse of interrogation at Guantanamo prison
16-year-old reduced to tears while questioning

Obama camp frowns on caricature
A mirror to prejudice, the hateful and the absurd, says The New Yorker magazine

MI5 “outsourced” torture
LONDON: The government is facing calls for an inquiry into allegations that MI5 “outsourced” the torture of U.K. citizens, suspected of terrorist activities, to Pakistani authorities. However, the Home Office denied these ...

We can improve weather: China
BEIJING: If bad weather threatens the August 8 opening of Beijing’s Olympic Games, then meteorologists may change the weather, according to an official. Chen Zhenlin, a vice director with the China Meteorological Administration ...

Nepal President poll on July 19
KATHMANDU: The Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal will elect its first President and Vice-President on July 19. The Constituent Assembly on Tuesday passed the Election Procedures, prepared by the Constituent Assembly Procedures ...

Japan for peaceful end to islets row
SINGAPORE: Japan on Tuesday expressed willingness to peacefully resolve its dispute with South Korea regarding sovereignty over the Takeshima Islets, which the Koreans call Dokdo. This was outlined by Japanese Foreign Minister Masahiko ...

India & World
Sri Lanka denies it fired at Indian fishermen
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka government on Tuesday categorically denied media reports alleging that two fishermen from Nagapattinam on the south Indian coast were killed while fishing off Point Calimere on July 11 due to firing by the Sri Lanka Navy. A ...

Russian doctrine gives top priority to ties with India
Describes relations with India, China as strategic




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