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Football World Cup 2010: Brazil Crushed Chile

Marcello Bielsa, the Chilean coach was not only graceful in defeat but also did the unthinkable, especially after a heavy defeat of that kind – heaping praise on the rival about their skill and the world ranking; “They took the advantages of every crack in our defence; the defeat is justified.” He went on to say that Brazil is the top team in the world after being comprehensively beaten by the South Americans 3-0.

Honour Tamil Writer instead of raising "Tamil Vazhga" slogan:High Court tells TN Government

Madras High Court (HC) has advised the Tamil Nadu to honor the Tamil Writers, Scholars and Thinkers instead of raising "Tamil Vazhga"(Long Live Tamil) slogan.

JHU Demonstrates against UN interference in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka ’s Buddhist political party, Jathika Hela Urumaya (JHU) protested outside the United Nations (UN) office in Colombo on Monday.

Royal College 175th Anniversary: A forgotten incident

As Sri Lanka’s Royal College celebrates the 175th anniversary of its founding this year on a grand scale of pomp and pageantry that perhaps no other school in the country can match, it is a moot question to ask whether there are alternate voices from within or outside Royal College, that have different views on how the grand old school should celebrate its anniversaries and success with the virtually unlimited resources it commands.

Landmark civil nuclear deal between Canada and India

Canada signed a landmark civil nuclear deal with India with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh assuring that imported uranium and atomic technology will not be used for "any unintended purpose."

Fonseka to be under the supervision of the Prisons department

The Colombo Fort Magistrates court has ordered Prisons department to provide the meals and transportation to Rtd. Gen. Sarath Fonseka who is facing charges connected with the Hicorp arms scam.

Nepal Prez to visit China in October

President Dr Ram Baran Yadav is visiting People’s Republic of China in October this year.

Australia, Canada change immigration rules

Australia and Canada have announced major changes in immigration rules which could favourably affect the prospects of future immigrants from India, especially Punjab, immigration experts feel.

Dire need to counter RAW’s terrorism

It is now an established fact that no South Asian state has ever indulged in covert operations or cross border terrorism against its neighbors. The only culprit is India which resorts to this evil practice against all its neighbors, be it Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan, China and Myanmar. It has dovetailed clandestine operations into its war strategy to apply it against its foes during peace time for harassment, intimidation and blackmailing purposes and for weakening them from within.

Rajapaksa allays India’s concerns over China’s influence on Sri Lanka

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has sought to allay Indian concerns about the growing Chinese influence in Sri Lanka, saying India's role in the island was a permanent feature, unlike other players whose engagement was limited to commercial projects they execute.

Fuel Price Hike: TN CM Karunanidhi defends Centre's stand

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi on Monday defended central government's decision to hike the petrol, diesel and cooking gas price. Mr Karunanidhi has said the hike in the fuel prices was lesser than what was originally proposed. "The Centre had originally proposed a large increase", Karunanidhi said.

Bahrain - Decomposed bodies riddle

Decomposed bodies of two Bahrainis were yesterday found in a deserted building in Manama after neighbors complained of a foul smell.

Pak must act against terror directed towards India, PM tells Obama

India has made it clear that Pakistan should realize the importance of the disclosures made by LeT operative David Headley and take action against terrorism emanating from its soil directed towards it.

The lies & double standards of International Humanitarian Laws

We have countries like the US and alliances commit war crimes as a matter of institutional necessity to maintain their imperial role and ensure favorable climates of investments and advance capitalism.


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