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Indian aid to US ready for takeoff
If all goes well, an Illyushin-76 Indian military transport plane loaded with large water purification systems both for households and communities and critical medical supplies will take off in a day or two from an airfield in India for the southern US which is reeling from a killer hurricane ...  | Read.. 
 
Rape horror washes ashore
People left homeless by Hurricane Katrina told horrific stories of rape, murder and trigger-happy guards in two New Orleans centres that were set up as shelters but became pl ...  | Read.. 
 
Law flees
Reeling from the chaos of this overwhelmed city, at least 200 New Orleans police officers have walked away from their jobs and two have committed suicide, The New York Tim ...  | Read.. 
 
Paris killer fire, thrice in a week
A fire killed 14 people in a suspected arson attack in a high-rise apartment block in Paris today, the third major blaze in the French capital in just over a week, police sai ...  | Read.. 
 
A doll left behind inside the Riverside Centroplex Red Cross Shelter in Louisiana, now only about half full as victims of Hurricane Katrina start finding new accommodation. (AFP)
Microsoft CEO in ‘kill-Google’ vow
Kill Google. That’s what Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer vowed to do when one of his employees tol..  | Read.. 
Zimbabwe sniffs CIA plot in Nicole film
Zimbabwe today said a recent Hollywood film starring Nicole Kidman was a “CIA-sponsored” ..  | Read.. 
 
Russia navy
Russian President Vladimir Putin sacked navy chief Admiral ...  | Read.. 

London bomber filmed in Pak
The chilling video message of Mohammad Sadique Khan, th ...  | Read.. 

Death cloud on Saddam
Ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein will go on trial on Octo ...  | Read.. 

‘Dragged’, Koirala faints at protest
Former Nepali Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala was deta ...  | Read..