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Debate on but Maoist to be deputy PM
The next deputy Prime Minister of Nepal will be a Maoist. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sharp students of politics
The Maoists in Nepal are proving to be sharp students of democratic politics. Their political arithmetic is already being acknowledged as superior to that of others. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ershad granted bail
Bangladesh’s former army ruler Hossain Mohammad Ershad was granted bail today after he surrendered before a Dhaka court that had sentenced him to two years in prison in ...  | Read.. 
 
Doomsday Clock closer to apocalypse
The world has nudged closer to a nuclear apocalypse and environmental disaster, a trans-Atlantic group of prominent scientists warned today, as it pushed the giant hand of it ...  | Read.. 
 
Radicals protest Pak attack on militants
Hundreds of religious hardliners chanting “jihad!” staged rallies in a Pakistani town against an army airstrike on a suspected al Qaida hideout and claimed it had k ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio in Tokyo to promote his latest film The Departed on Wednesday. (AP)
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Saddam death an act of revenge, says Bush
President George W. Bush yesterday said that the execution of Saddam Hussein bore the ha..  | Read.. 
US medical glare on pride of Castro
Cuban leader Fidel Castro has long prided himself on Cuba’s doctors and free public health car..  | Read..