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Bangla President takes charge
Dhaka, Oct. 29 (AP) - President Iajuddin Ahmed was Sunday sworn in as head of a caretaker government that will oversee ...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi eye on border
With Bangladesh convulsed by street riots and political turmoil, India today moved to protect its eastern borders from a possible refugee influx. ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists give king breather till polls
Maoist rebels who have been campaigning for abolition of the institution of monarchy have now agreed to allow Nepal’s King Gyanendra to continue as the constitutiona ...  | Read.. 
 
Lanka fails to broker peace with Tigers
Sri Lankan government and rebel Tamil Tiger negotiators failed to reach any major breakthrough in a new round of peace talks that ended today in an atmosphere clouded by new ...  | Read.. 
 
Castro ‘living’ proof
Cuban leader Fidel Castro defiantly dismissed rumours that he was dead yesterday in television images showing him walking, talking on the telephone and reading the day’s ...  | Read.. 
 
A member of Bangladeshi Rapid Action Battalion waves a red flag to stop vehicles for checking in Dhaka on Sunday, while (right) Opposition Awami League protesters march with sticks in Tongi, on the outskirts of Dhaka. (AP)
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Nigeria crash kills sultan, 100 others
The leader of Nigeria’s Muslims was one of about 100 people killed today when a domestic airli..  | Read.. 
An American guru for Iraqi snipers
Iraqi insurgents have formed a special sniper brigade which is drawing its inspiration from a US tr..  | Read..