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Saturday, February, 18  2006

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 From February 12, 2006 to February 18, 2006 

Amnesty Urges Sanctions To End Nepal Abuses

International sanctions against the government of Nepal's King Gyanendra must be considered in a bid to end human rights abuses and restore democracy, the head of Amnesty International said on Friday.

Sri Lanka Rebels Say Talks Will Decide Peace Or War

Talks between Sri Lanka and Tamil Tigers next week will determine if there is peace or war, the rebels said, branding President Mahinda Rajapakse's refusal to consider a separate Tamil homeland as "childish". 

'Which Party Is Not Communal Today?

'Karnataka's new chief minister H D Kumaraswamy's first stint in politics was as the Janata Dal MP from Kanaka-pura in 1996. In 2004, he was elected to the Karnataka assembly from Ramanagaram.

‘Dae Not At War With Govt Of India’

When Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Anil Kakodkar accused the US government of “shifting the goal posts” on the nuclear deal agreed last year in Washington, American analysts accused him of launching a war against his own government. 

"Muslim Societies Must Discover A Contemporary Meaning Of Islam''

Ziauddin Sardar, an internationally renowned Muslim scholar and the author ofDesperately Seeking Paradise: Journeys of a Sceptical Muslim, represents one of the most authoritative moderate voices in Islam.

`Forget Things Like Hindutva'

As the political crisis unfolded in Karnataka in the new year, it was clear that H.D. Kumaraswamy, the newly sworn in Chief Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) leader, was metamorphosing from a novice politician who consulted his father on every issue . . . 

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