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Since 1st March, 1999
Powell warns Pak on N. Korea ties
US secretary of state Colin Powell said today he has told Pakistan there would be “consequences” if it had contacts with North Korea but said he knew of nothing now that could trigger sanctions on Pakistan over allegations that it aided North Korea’s nuclear programme. ...  | Read.. 
Koirala challenges ouster of Deuba govt
Former Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala today challenged the sacking of the Sher Bahadur Deuba government by King Gyanendra and urged him to return power to the people. ...  | Read.. 
Seoul protest at US base
South Korean activists broke into a US army base today and chained themselves together in the latest protest against the acquittal last week of two US soldiers involved in an ...  | Read.. 
Iraq inspectors ready for hunt
UN arms inspectors, displaying state-of-the-art equipment for tracking illicit weapons, said today they were ready to head out from Baghdad early tomorrow on their first miss ...  | Read.. 
A police dog in Benoni, South Africa, wears a new bullet-proof jacket donated by schoolchildren. Six dogs from the North East Rand dog unit were dress ...  | Read
Royal dog tale
Jamaica Inn
Too correct
Bush twins can legally drink as they turn 21
Underage drinking problems became a thing of the past for US President George W. Bush’s twin daught..  | Read.. 
Queen shares golden stage with Mousetrap
Two venerable institutions yesterday celebrated 50 years of taking centre stage in Britain as Queen..  | Read.. 
Scribes face anti-Bangla charges
Bangladesh authorities have detained two journalists workin ...  | Read.. 

Political philosopher passes away
John Rawls, a towering figure of 20th century political phi ...  | Read.. 

Iran crackdown on pro-reform leaders
Judiciary officials today swooped and took away at least fi ...  | Read.. 

‘Moron’ high cost
The top aide to Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien who c ...  | Read.. 

Fatwa on writer over Miss World rioting
A Nigerian province today issued a “fatwa” urging a death s ...  | Read..