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Anwar on offensive after being set free
SINGAPORE: Malaysia’s opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim was released on bail on Thursday, after being held overnight for questioning and medical examination following a complaint that he sexually assaulted a male aide. No charges were ...

U.S. plans envoy presence in Iran after 30 years
As part of a remarkable turnaround in policy by Bush

Indian held by LTTE rescued
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan Navy on Thursday claimed to have “rescued’ an Indian, who was under LTTE detention for the last five and a half years, while he was fleeing to India on a boat. An official of the Indian mission said details ...

E.U. banana plan threat to Doha Round talks
Brussels: A plan by the E.U. to cut the price of bananas threatens to derail next week’s last-ditch talks to save the stalled world trade liberalisation negotiations. African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries have said they ...

NC, UML will not join Nepal coalition
KATHMANDU: Failing to arrive at an agreement to elect the President based on a consensus, the Nepali Congress (NC) and Communist Party of Nepal (United Marxist-Leninist) have blamed the Maoists for being ‘opportunistic’. UML ...

China’s GDP up 10.4% in first half
Growth at a steady and relatively fast pace, says official

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India & World
U.S. sends top envoy to IAEA
WASHINGTON: The Bush administration has despatched a top envoy to Vienna to bolster support for the India-U.S. nuclear deal on Friday when India is to brief the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors on the safeguards ...

China may not raise objection
BEIJING: On the eve of India presenting its case on the nuclear deal before the International Atomic Energy Agency, China hinted that it might not be a stumbling block when the safeguards accord came up before the global nuclear watchdog. ...

“Victims of human trafficking scam”
Melbourne: Three of the 39 Indians, who disappeared in New Zealand on their way to Australia, on Thursday claimed that they were victims of a human trafficking scam. The three met the immigration authorities and provided vital ...




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