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Trump's visit to Britain a non-starter

We read about how the US president Donald Trump rushed to tweet congratulating May not really knowing the actual result of the general election in Britain.

Trump's visit to Britain a non-starter
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Challenges before Nepal PM Deuba

The Nepali Congress President Sher Bahadur Deuba has taken over as the Prime Minister at a crucial time in the history of the landlocked country that is sandwiched between India and China.

Sher Bahadur Deuba - Prime Minister of Nepal
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Connections between Afghan Situation and CPEC

Since 1st June 2017, in four blasts more than 140 killed and over 500 individuals were injured in Afghan Capital “Kabul”. Security elements, women and children were the victims of terrorism. In the first blast more than 90 killed and 400 people injured. On the very next day, the funeral of the same individuals was hit by three consecutive suicidal attacks that led to 24 deaths and more than 100 injured.

Connections between Afghan Situation and CPEC
Connections between Afghan Situation and CPEC
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Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history

Dr Gamini Goonetilleke, FRCS’s 294 page memoir ‘In the Line of Duty’ is a drama, an almost unreal adventure. It is about swift flowing, unusual and mind boggling extra ordinary medical experiences. It is fascinating, riveting and delightful with lively, subtle, impish humour, often at the author’s own expense.

Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history
Lalin’s Column: ‘In the line of Duty’ - An Autobiography and an Unofficial history
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Emergency Response Plan launched by UN Humanitarian Country Team

The United Nations Country Team based in Colombo has announced of its Emergency Response Plan to assist those affected by floods and landslides.

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A 34 year old Singapore man broken a long standing record of having sex with 57 women

According to Herald of Europe that reported, a 34 year old Singapore man has broken a long standing record of having sex with up to 57 women. He had committed intercourse with all of them in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic which was an annual event run by a brothel.

  A  34 year old  Singapore man broken a long standing record of having sex with  57 women
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Sri Lanka’s magnificent win

Oval cricket ground in England is generally considered as the lucky ground for Sri Lanka and that was proved beyond any doubt on Thursday with its magnificent victory over the favorite India.

Angelo Mathews led Sri Lanka home, India v Sri Lanka, Champions Trophy 2017, The Oval, London, June 8, 2017 © Getty Images
Kusal Mendis was in scintillating form
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We should try reconciliation before situation deteriorates: Mian Zahid Hussain

President Pakistan Businessmen and Intellectuals Forum (PBIF), President AKIA, Senior Vice Chairman of the Businessmen Panel of FPCCI and former provincial minister Mian Zahid Hussain on Wednesday lauded the impartial role of Pakistan in the recent tensions that have gripped the Arab world.

Mian Zahid Hussain
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The best solution for the Ethnic problem slipped away in 2004

In the long history of the Tamil ethnic struggle, the Tamil people had faced several hardships, disappointments and losses that included innumerable human lives and billons worth of properties, more than anything else, their self-respect.

The best solution for the Ethnic problem slipped away in 2004
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Celebrating 20th Anniversary BIMSTEC Day

On 6 June 2017, we celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC).

Celebrating 20th Anniversary  BIMSTEC  Day
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