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Bomb blast at Iranian military parade kills 10
Signals tensions in western border provinces

Nepali Congress elects new president
Kathmandu: The 12th convention of the Nepali Congress (NC) has elected veteran leader Sushil Koirala, a member of the influential Koirala family, as its new president. More than 3,000 party delegates voted in the polls. Mr. Koirala ...

Sri Lanka considering nuclear power
COLOMBO: Sri Lanka is considering the option of harnessing nuclear energy as a source of power. Addressing the 54th sessions of the International Atomic Energy Authority in Vienna, Sri Lankan Minister of Power and Energy Patali ...

U.S in-fighting over Afghan war
WASHINGTON: U.S. President Barack Obama struggled to craft an Afghan war strategy amid political infighting and fierce differences between the White House and the Pentagon, media accounts of a new book said on Wednesday. The U.S. leader ...

Russia stops Iran missile sales
MOSCOW: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has banned all sales of S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems to Iran. Russia signed a 2007 contract to sell the sophisticated systems that could boost Iran's ability to defend against air strikes. ...

Women in majority in Swiss Cabinet
GENEVA: Switzerland's Parliament on Wednesday gave women a majority of Cabinet posts for the first time in the history of one of Europe's most conservative countries, in a vote hailed as a triumph for women. Switzerland was the last ...

Three French oil workers kidnapped in Nigeria
PARIS: Pirates boarded an oil industry supply vessel off Nigeria on Wednesday and seized three French seamen, in the second hostage drama for French energy workers in West Africa in less than a week. Wednesday's drama came just six days after ...

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Kerala tourism drive launched in London
LONDON: With the red carpet rolled out, celebrities trickling in, TV crews in attendance and fidgety security men pacing up and down, passing tourists were curious. What was going on? When told that the “Indian State of Kerala is ...




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