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Russia furious with EU over Iran sanctions
Worst has passed: UAE ruler
DUBAI: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is now ready for the next cycle of growth following the global economic downturn which had affected the country, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai has ...
Temporary immigration cap in the U.K.
Guinea to vote in first free polls since 1958
CONAKRY: Guinea's historic election on Sunday will not be perfect, analysts say, but a strong turnout is expected from among four million voters keen to put an end to half a century of dictatorship rule. The West African country is ...
Ex-Vice President Dick Cheney hospitalised
WASHINGTON: The former U.S. Vice-President, Dick Cheney, who has had a long history of heart problems, remained in hospital on Saturday after he checked in with unspecified health complaints, his spokesman said. He is not expected to be ...
Michael Jackson's father sues doctor
LOS ANGELES: Michael Jackson's father filed a wrongful death lawsuit on Friday against the doctor charged with giving the pop superstar a lethal dose of sedatives one year ago, accusing the Nevada doctor of negligence, secrecy and poor ...
Philippine prisoners stage Michael Jackson memorial dance
Philippines: Philippine convicts, who became famous for dancing to Michael Jackson tunes, gave a tribute performance on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of the death of the “King of Pop.” About 500 foreign tourists and ...
Indian Naval Chief begins five-day visit to Colombo today
COLOMBO: Chief of the Naval Staff Nirmal Verma is arriving here on Sunday on a five-day visit for exchange of views with his Sri Lankan counterpart, and to travel to the eastern and northern provinces. Admiral Verma is the senior-most ...
India & World
India-Japan parleys on civil nuclear pact to begin tomorrow
SINGAPORE: Japan will start “negotiations” with India in Tokyo on Monday “to conclude a civil nuclear cooperation agreement.” Announcing this in Tokyo on Friday, Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada said the ...
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