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Pak arrests Americans near India
Pakistan has arrested between six and nine suspected militants including three foreigners near Lahore, although it was not clear if they had links to al Qaida, the government and police said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ruling party ahead in Korea polls
Ruling party candidate Roh Moo-hyun emerged as the early favourite to win South Korea’s presidential election today, a result that could complicate ties with the US as the al ...  | Read.. 
 
Rights abuse rising in Nepal: Amnesty
Nepal ranks third worldwide in terms of the number of people who have disappeared over the last four years after being detained by its security forces, rights group Amnesty I ...  | Read.. 
 
Tobacco giant’s damages cut
A California judge today slashed a record $28 billion jury award against cigarette maker Philip Morris Cos. to a comparatively paltry $28 million, calling the punitive damag ...  | Read.. 
 
(From left) Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman at the world premiere of The Hours in Los Angeles. (Reuters)
Spielberg saves Oscar
 
Paul seeks to clear air over credits
Let it be, said Paul McCartney to Yoko Ono...  | Read.. 
Diaz takes big risk in Gangs
“You need actors who aren’t afraid to take chances,” says director Martin Scorsese...  | Read.. 
 
Gangsters using guns like Bond’s
London gangsters are arming themselves with handguns modell ...  | Read.. 

US tells UN: Iraq has violated resolution
The US told the UN Security Council today that it considere ...  | Read.. 

Tutankhamen curse a myth
King Tutankhamen’s infamous “curse of the mummy’s tomb”, su ...  | Read..