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Mystery planes darken Colombo
Sri Lankan authorities closed Colombo’s international airport and cut power to the capital tonight after suspicious airplanes were seen flying south along the coast, a military source said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bank focus on accounts
The Bangladesh Bank and the National Board of Revenue have urged all banks to furnish details about accounts held by former Prime Ministers Begum Khaleda Zia and Sheikh Hasi ...  | Read.. 
 
Railway link
The train service between Dhaka and Calcutta will be launched in July, Bangladesh railway director general Mohammad Belayet Hussain said after officials from both countries s ...  | Read.. 
 
Congress backs Iraq pullout plan
In an unprecedented slap at President George W. Bush’s war policy, the US Congress today approved legislation that links withdrawal of combat troops to paying for the wa ...  | Read.. 
 
Harry quit threat if no Iraq trip
Prince Harry is likely to leave the army if he is not sent to fight in Iraq, a source at the Household Cavalry Regiment said. ...  | Read.. 
 
Women’s town where men can be punished
Chinese tourism authorities are seeking investment to build a novel concept attraction — the world’s first “women’s town”, where men get punished for diso ...  | Read.. 
 
Canadian singer Avril Lavigne with a platinum disk in Tokyo on Thursday that was presented to her after 500,000 copies of her new album The Best Da ...  | Read
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Hugh beans raid
Hugh Grant has been arrested and questioned by police after a photographer accused the British acto..  | Read.. 
Hawking set for weightless flight
Prof. Stephen Hawking is to escape the confines of his wheelchair and experience weightlessness..  | Read.. 
 
Putin slams US foreign policy
Russian President Vladimir Putin attacked US foreign policy ...  | Read..