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Pakistan MPs: review national security
ISLAMABAD: A unanimous resolution adopted by Pakistan’s Parliament on dealing with terrorism and militancy has called for an “urgent review” of the national security strategy based on an “independent foreign ...

Dispute hinders Army integration
KATHMANDU: After many political major parties opposed the Maoists’ claim to lead a special committee, the process of Army integration is in a state of limbo. Allies of the coalition government — the CPN (UML) and MJF — ...

Protest against LTTE in Jaffna
COLOMBO: Jaffna’s civil society, along with business establishments, the administration and many educational institutions on Thursday observed a hartal to protest against the ‘cowardly’ LTTE suicide attack ...

Economic gap widens in rich nations
As the world tilts towards recession, says report

U.K. Shadow Chancellor in trouble over donation links
LONDON: Senior Tory leader and Shadow Chancellor, George Osborne, struggling to save his political career over allegations that he met a controversial Russian businessman, Oleg Deripaska, at a friend’s villa in the Greek island of Corfu ...

China green light for land subcontract
ZHENGZHOU: Li Liushu, a farmer-turned-migrant worker in central China’s Henan Province, leased two-fifths of a hectare of farmland to his neighbour six years ago. The lease was made without any official contract because ...

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Dubai: Al Nassma, claimed as the world’s first camel-milk chocolate, has been officially launched in Dubai. Al Nassma, which in Arabic means cool desert breeze, is seen as a significant development for the United Arab ...

In dire need of financial aid: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: A senior Pakistani official said on Thursday that although the government had already begun negotiations with the IMF, it was still hoping that multilateral institutions or friendly nations would pitch in first with the $3-5 billion ...

Fashion eye on Palin style
From the moment she appeared on the vice-presidential campaign stage, with her serious but hintingly sexy spectacles, that dramatically swept-up hair and working mom suits paired with surprisingly high heels, Sarah Palin has pitched her style ...

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