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Many ‘Kuwaitis’ Obtained Citizenship By Fraud - Delay In Passport Renewal Irks Citizens

A new problem regarding nationality has surfaced and officials have so far not been able to find a solution to it, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.

India: RSS alleges “Islamisation” of Kashmir

The pro-Hindu Sangh Parivar fountainhead Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has alleged that separatist forces and elements across the border were actively involved in "Islamisation" of Kashmir through covert means.

Aung San Suu Kyi made the right decision to boycott the sham poll

The Burma’s state-run television and radio stations on 13th August announced that Burma’s Union Election Commission (UEC) will hold the multiparty general elections for the respective Hluttaws (Parliaments) on Sunday, 7 November 2010 in accordance with the Article 34 (c) of the respective Hluttaw Election Laws and Rules 16 (a).

Common Entrance Exam for Medical Education: Reconsider the decision-Karunanidhi urged Prime Minister

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister and DMK patriarch M Karunanidhi urged the Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to reconsider the Union Government's decision on introducing a single Common Entrance Test (CET) for admission to Medical Courses.

Renuka Holdings registers 1Q Rs 148 Mn

Renuka Holdings PLC announced that its Group turnover for the first quarter increased to Rs 373.6 million and total assets of the group increased to Rs 2.9 billion.

India’s 64th Independence Day celebrated in Colombo

The High Commission of India and the Indian expatriate community in Sri Lanka celebrated the 64th Independence Day of India on Sunday, 15th August at India House in Colombo.

Youth employment increase during 10 years by 2008 is 34 million globally

International Labour Organization (ILO) joined the celebrations of the UN Family on Youth in launching the second International Year of Youth of ILO.

Our Lady of Madhu the source of solace

The poor seek refuge of religious intervention with the belief that consolation and relief would be theirs at any time of their lives. Through these beliefs their faith would be strengthened.


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