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Since 1st March, 1999
Quake in Hindu Kush, felt in India
A strong earthquake struck the Hindu Kush mountains in Afghanistan today, with tremors felt across Pakistan and India, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. ...  | Read.. 
Solomon crisis
A humanitarian crisis triggered by a huge earthquake and tsunami threatened thousands of homeless people in the Solomon Islands today as aid began to trickle in and powerful ...  | Read.. 
Door open for talks, Blair tells Iran
Britainís Prime Minister Tony Blair said today the way was open for diplomatic efforts to secure the release of 15 British sailors and Marines seized by Iran, and the ne ...  | Read.. 
No swap
President George W. Bush said today his administration was consulting Britain on Iranís seizure of 15 British sailors and Marines but that there would be no swap of the ...  | Read.. 
Rich beggars
Research conducted by a 17-year-old high school student in Shanghai has found that over 40 per cent of beggars in Chinaís largest city earn Rs 6,000 per month. ...  | Read.. 
Kiev faceoff
President Viktor Yushchenko told Ukraineís Prime Minister today his decision to dissolve parliament was final and warned his long-time rival against resorting to force. ...  | Read.. 
A fan kisses actor John Travolta at the German premiere of his new film Born to be Wild in Munich on Monday. (Reuters)
Justin spin
Violin sale
Ashes plan
Spice baby
Pelosi in Syria
US storms
Japan plane
Billings dead
Paul, Sting in contention for classical music award
Sir Paul McCartney and Sting proved last night that pop music talent is no bar to classical suc..  | Read.. 
France train races to record
A French TGV train broke a world speed record today when it hurtled down a newly built track at 574..  | Read.. 
Pak lawyers in huge protest
Some 4,000 opponents of President Pervez Musharraf rallied ...  | Read..