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Pending debate, military action in NWFP called off
Government wants “greater national consensus”

Maoists’ set terms to join government
KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) has put forward three conditions to join the government. Party chairman Prachanda said the party would join the government if it is allowed to stay in power for two years. ...

Rightful share for women sought
Kandy (Sri Lanka): Though Kandy lost out to Colombo in the race to host the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SARRC) summit, the hill city played host to a unique citizen’s initiative to “unite” countries of ...

Now, there is no banknote paper
Harare: Zimbabwe’s government is struggling to find enough cash to pay its workers, and more importantly the military, after it was forced to cut back on printing money because sanctions have severed its supply of banknote paper from ...

Super rice strain
BEIJING: A team led by renowned Chinese agricultural scientist Yuan Longping may be able to produce a type of hybrid “super rice” that boasts a unit output of 13.5 tonnes per hectare in 2010 at the earliest. “Yuan was ...

Barack Obama in Berlin
Berlin: U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Barak Obama kicked off the European leg of his overseas trip in Berlin on Thursday, meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Mr. Obama, shortly after arriving at Tegel Airpot, was ferried in ...

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India & World
Japan to look into nuclear deal
SINGAPORE: Japan, a prominent member of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), will assess India’s case “in a manner that does not hinder, but [instead] reinforces the global disarmament and non-proliferation ...

U.S. reaffirms support in IAEA, NSG
Trust vote victory a significant development, says Condoleezza Rice

China studying draft safeguards accord





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