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Madhesi parties mulling over options
Third round of voting in Nepal today
Dutch troops leave Afghanistan
KABUL: Dutch troops ended their mission in Afghanistan on Sunday after four “proud” years, in a departure experts say signals the beginning of a drawdown of foreign forces that will leave a worrying void. The pull-out is the ...
Cluster bomb treaty takes effect
Geneva: A landmark international treaty to ban cluster munitions took effect on Sunday, requiring signatories to stop the use, production and transfer of the deadly weapons. The Convention on Cluster Munitions entered into force six ...
War prospects in West Asia: Syria
DAMASCUS: Syria's President warned on Sunday that the prospects for war in the region were on the rise as chances for peace dwindled amid increased tensions in the region. Bashar Assad's comments come after Israel accused Syria of ...
Taliban does not possess Stinger missiles: U.S.
Washington: The U.S. on Sunday said the Taliban did not have American Stinger missiles as revealed in Wikileaks documents on Afghan war, even as it expressed concern over Pakistan's ISI maintaining links with extremist ...
UAE to bar some services of Blackberry
DUBAI: Citing security concerns, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has decided to bar some services of Blackberry — messenger, e-mail and web browsing — from October 11. The Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) made the ...
Two Indians held in U.K. for working ‘illegally'
London: Two Indian citizens, who were residing in Britain “illegally” and found working in a clothing factory in the east Midlands town of Leicester, have been arrested and face deportation. Acting on intelligence, officers ...
Iran attack plan ready: Mullen
WASHINGTON: The top U.S. military officer says he has a plan to attack Iran if needed to prevent it from getting nuclear weapons, but is “extremely concerned” about the possible repercussions of such a strike. Admiral Mike Mullen, ...
Clintons celebrate a wedding, and a town elbows its way in
RHINEBECK (New York): Bill and Hillary Clinton have tried to shield their daughter, Chelsea, from the gaze of the public for most of her life. But on her wedding day on Saturday, even as the Clintons sought to shroud the event in ...
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