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Army closing in on Paranthan
COLOMBO: As the deadline set by Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa to the LTTE to either allow civilians cross over to the government-controlled territory by dawn of 2009 or face ban approached, the military on Wednesday claimed to be on ...

Executioner, victim put on equal footing: Hamas
DUBAI: After five days of attacks on Gaza by Israel and retaliation by Hamas through rocket fire, the focus has shifted to diplomacy with a ceasefire as the objective. Israeli Cabinet which met on Tuesday night appeared divided between ...

U.K. offers aid to Gaza
LONDON: The British Government on Wednesday announced nearly £7 million worth of emergency humanitarian aid to Gaza as Prime Minister Gordon Brown said he was “appalled” by the continuing violence and called for an immediate ...

Poverty is prime enemy: Hasina
DHAKA: Awami League president Sheikh Hasina has termed poverty the prime enemy of the country and assured people that the grand alliance under her leadership will fight hard to get rid of it. At a press conference, The Prime ...

Hu Jintao’s offer for cross-Straits ties
Warns against secessionist activities

Pak Army chief meets Zardari, Gilani
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, separately met the Pakistan President and Prime Minister, against the background of mounting international pressure on the country to bring the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks to ...

Somali insurgents to keep fighting
MOGADISHU: A powerful insurgent group poised to take over Somalia said on Wednesday it would fight until the country is ruled by Islamic law, even as Ethiopian troops who have been propping up the government packed up to leave. The ...

A brief history of time keeping
For most of history, people had no desire to know the exact time — the Sun told them when it was time for breakfast or bed. But in the 1800s, with the coming of the industrial age in Britain, that the great manufacturing centres ...

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