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Top LTTE leaders felled, says Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan Defence Ministry, which on Sunday claimed it had gained total control over Puthukkudiyirippu, said troops were now positioned to make tactical moves into the remaining territory to free civilians held hostage by ...
U.S. drones a thorny issue
ISLAMABAD: U.S. Special Representative Richard C. Holbrooke is arriving here on Monday. Mr. Holbrooke is arriving on his second visit to this country, which seems to have descended further into the hands of militants since his first time ...
To present Iran a clear choice
Prague: Mr. Obama said the U.S. would proceed with the development of a missile defence system in Europe as long as there is an Iranian threat of nuclear weapons. He said if that threat is removed, the “driving force for missile ...
Indian detenu freed
SINGAPORE: An Indian citizen is among the 13 detenus freed by the Malaysian authorities on Sunday under one of the first orders of Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak. They were being held under Malaysia’s tough and controversial Internal ...
Chinese leaders join green drive
BEIJING: Chinese President Hu Jintao and other senior leaders joined millions of people in Beijing for voluntary tree planting on Sunday morning. Wu Bangguo, Wen Jiabao, Jia Qinglin, Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, He Guoqiang and Zhou Yongkang also ...
Border security to be tightened during elections: Prachanda
KATHMANDU: Ambassador to Nepal Rakesh Sood and Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) on Sunday discussed border security during the parliamentary election of India and Nepal’s by-elections. “The border ...
Pakistan documents 16 temples for conservation
LAHORE: For the first time since a number of temples were damaged in this eastern Pakistani city in reaction to the demolition of the Babri mosque in India in 1992, the archaeology department has documented some 16 Hindu shrines for ...
Sanjay Jha, top-paid CEO in U.S.
Washington: With a $104 million pay packet in 2008, mobile phone maker Motorola’s India-born chief Sanjay Jha has emerged as America’s top-paid CEO, while Citigroup’s Vikram Pandit tops the league among bailed-out ...
The First Ladies of fashion
Papers brush women out of Israeli Cabinet
Tel Aviv: Two women Ministers within a 30-strong Cabinet may not sound like such a big deal to most. However, it was too many for ultra-orthodox newspapers, so they simply airbrushed the offending women figures out of photographs of ...
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