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Since 1st March, 1999
Rice holds landmark talks with Syria
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice called on Syria at a rare high-level, face-to-face meeting today to stop foreign fighters from entering Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Qaida militant
The US military said today it had killed a top al Qaida operative in Iraq whom it accused of involvement in the kidnapping of American journalist Jill Carroll, peace activist ...  | Read.. 
Hasina return soon: Aide
Former Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, facing charges of murder and extortion at home, will fly back from London next week, officials of her party said today. ...  | Read.. 
Wolfowitz denies breaking rules
World Bank president Paul Wolfowitz denied today he went beyond the bank’s ethics guidelines in arranging a transfer and pay rise for his companion. ...  | Read.. 
Pak plea to apex court on judge hearing
The Pakistan government has urged the supreme court to constitute a full bench during Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry’s petition challenging his March 9 sus ...  | Read.. 
US bars Baez at army event
Rocker John Mellencamp and folk singer Joan Baez are both vehemently against the war in Iraq, but only one of them was permitted to perform for recovering wounded US soldiers ...  | Read.. 
US singer Pink embraces a dolphin at Sea World on Gold Coast in Australia on Thursday. She is currently on a tour of Australia. (AP)
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Lohan wants to ‘milk it’ when she turns 21
Lindsay Lohan will not be satisfied with a cake and some candles when she turns 21...  | Read.. 
Sarkozy has Royal edge
French conservative Nicolas Sarkozy is clear favourite to win Sunday’s presidential election a..  | Read.. 
Malaysia Hindu wins case
A court in Malaysia today gave an ethnic Hindu, who is mar ...  | Read.. 

Space shuttle train derails
A Union Pacific train carrying space shuttle rocket booster ...  | Read..