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Gyanendra envoys recalled
Political appointments made during King Gyanendra’s autocratic rule have been invalidated and 12 ambassadors to Nepal’s key allies, including India, have been withdrawn, a top official said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
'100-million test for Madonna
Madonna’s forthcoming world tour is set to be the most lucrative series of shows ever staged by a female performer, despite being scheduled around her children’ ...  | Read.. 
 
Chan film
The third instalment on the Rush Hour action comedy film series starring Jackie Chan will start filming in late summer, Chan’s official website said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Car bombs run amok in Iraq
Car bombs killed 30 people in Iraq today and wounded more than 70 in one of the bloodiest spasms of violence of recent weeks as political leaders sought a deal to form a nati ...  | Read.. 
 
Labour pressure on Blair to set quit date
British Prime Minister Tony Blair was under pressure today from parts of his ruling Labour Party to say when he will throw in the towel after dismal results in local electi ...  | Read.. 
 
Hunt for blue-eyed sperm donor in US ends
For a few very grateful women, the search for one of America’s hottest commodities ' the sperm supplied by an anonymous “super donor” ' has ended happily, afte ...  | Read.. 
 
Britain's Prince William and his girlfriend Kate Middleton at the wedding of Laura Parker Bowles and Harry Lopes. Laura is the daughter of Camilla Pa ...  | Read
Titanic chair bidding
Pak rage over US
Gaza eviction
Lanka talks
Phew! Aliens yet to visit us
Hopes ' or fears ' that the Earth has been visited by alien life forms have been dismissed in an of..  | Read.. 
For Bush, the big catch is the fish
US President George W. Bush told a German newspaper his best moment in more than five years in offi..  | Read.. 
 
Tehran threat to leave NPT
Iran today said it will reject any UN resolution seeking an ...  | Read..