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We will paralyse Persian Gulf if attacked: Iran
Missiles can now target Israel, U.S. bases

“Bomber hoped to destroy embassy”
KABUL: The suicide bomber who detonated his vehicle at the gates of the Indian Embassy in Kabul intended to destroy the embassy itself, the Indian ambassador to Afghanistan said on Wednesday. Ambassador Jayant Prasad also said the death ...

Russia vows military response to U.S. missile defence deal
MOSCOW: Russia has vowed to give a military response to a U.S. missile defence deal with the Czech Republic. The threat came immediately after U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Czech ...

Varsity “sorry” over degree row
LONDON: A leading British university, nervous at the prospect of losing full fee-paying Chinese students, has been forced to say sorry to Beijing following protests in China after it awarded an honorary degree to the Dalai Lama. The ...

Amendment Bill tabled in Nepal
KATHMANDU: The Constituent Assembly (CA) meeting resumed on Wednesday after two weeks of obstruction, and the Constitution Amendment Bill was tabled. Speaking for the first time at a CA meeting, CPN (Maoist) chairman Prachanda said the ...

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India, Sri Lanka finalise trade agreement
COLOMBO: India and Sri Lanka on Wednesday finalised the long-pending draft Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (CEPA) that would boost not only trade but also open up services and investment sectors. The contours of CEPA were ...

Release of Indian workers may be delayed
DUBAI: The release of the 3,147 workers, who were detained by authorities in the UAE, following violent incidents on Friday is likely to be delayed. Diplomatic sources told The Hindu that the number of Indians among those ...




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