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Protests, carnage rock Nepal
Police fired tear gas to break up stone-throwing anti-monarchy protesters in Nepal today after a fierce overnight attack on a town by Maoist rebels left 22 people dead, including an Indian, witnesses and authorities said. ...  | Read.. 
 
India slams arrests
India today condemned the arrests of several political leaders by the royalist government in Nepal ahead of today’s general strike. ...  | Read.. 
 
Passengers to face lie-detector tests
Millions of airline passengers travelling through Russia will soon have to take a lie-detector test as part of new security measures. ...  | Read.. 
 
Big-mouth Osama was security liability, says 9/11 plotter
A senior lieutenant to Osama bin Laden has told US interrogators that the al Qaida leader’s big mouth was a security liability. ...  | Read.. 
 
Villepin to fight till end
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin vowed today to battle on “until the end”, rejecting growing speculation he might resign over a youth job law. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bush blamed for Iraq leak
President George W. Bush authorised the leak to the media of classified material about Iraq, a former aide to vice-president Dick Cheney said according to court papers filed ...  | Read.. 
 
Policemen detain a protester in Kathmandu on Thursday. (Reuters)
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Rowling roar over thinness
Waif-like models were condemned by J.K. Rowling yesterday as “empty-headed, self-obsessed,..  | Read.. 
Streep still suffers stage fright
She has two Academy Awards and 13 Oscar nominations over an illustrious 30-year Hollywood career, b..  | Read..