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Rajapaksa defends his Army
COLOMBO: Putting up a strong and spirited defence of the armed forces of Sri Lanka, which have been accused of killing civilians in hospitals and elsewhere in the last stages of the war against the LTTE in 2009, Sri Lankan President Mahinda ...
Egypt, Syria, Yemen on the boil
DUBAI: There were fresh protests on Friday in Egypt, Syria and Yemen, signalling that West Asia's pro-democracy uprisings, which began in Tunisia five months ago, are still far from running their course. Having toppled Hosni Mubarak, ...
British boy is youngest seven-summit climber
KATHMANDU: A 16-year-old British schoolboy became the youngest person ever to climb the highest mountains of all the seven continents when he ascended Mount Everest, the tallest of them, on Thursday, said his organisers. George Atkinson ...
Indian student drowns in Canada
TORONTO: A 21-year-old Indian-origin student drowned in the Pickerel Lake in Canada's Ontario province while trying to save a friend on Sunday last. Ishan Srinivasan, a resident of Mississauga in the Toronto suburb, drowned when the ...
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