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Nepal House moves on new constitution
Nepal’s parliament today unanimously approved a proposal by the new Prime Minister to hold elections for a special assembly to draw up a new constitution that will decide the future of the monarchy. ...  | Read.. 
 
Charles to fund Iranian film
The Prince of Wales is to venture into film-making for the first time, pledging financial support for a documentary about the life of the Persian poet Rumi. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pak nuke scientist released
Pakistan has released a key aide to disgraced nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan after holding him for more than two years in a probe into a nuclear blackmarket scandal, the ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian help
Sri Lanka is sending a senior minister here this week to seek India’s “political” support for revival of the dialogue process between the government and LTTE. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka Tigers shed blood
Sri Lanka’s Tamil Tigers said they raided camps belonging to renegade ex-rebels today, killing 20, while the government and rebels traded artillery fire in the northeast ...  | Read.. 
 
King Gyanendra greets GP Koirala at the swearing-in. (Right) Guerrillas of the People's Liberation Army, a Maoist faction, at a village in Nepal. (AFP)
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Iraq talks
Egypt law
Pak hill
Third World veto puts UN in crisis
Third world nations have blocked a sweeping UN reform package that is backed by the West, in an..  | Read.. 
Red-hot affair in Whitehall
The Mail on Sunday newspaper today sought to make maximum capital out of buying Tracey T..  | Read..