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Supporters of slain opposition leader Benazir Bhutto celebrate primary results for Pakistan’s general elections opposite her residence in Karachi yesterday. REUTERS


Pakistan heads for coalition

PPP emerges as largest party in polls:

Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's opponents said yesterday they would try to form a coalition, after winning an election that cast doubt over how long the U.S.-allied Pakistani president can stay in power.

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Batticaloa Local polls:

Batticaloa set for Local Govt elections

All measures have been taken to ensure free and fair local government polls in the Batticaloa district, Assistant Commissioner of Elections in Batticaloa District T. Krishnanandhalingam told the Daily News yesterday.

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Daham Hamuwa to felicitate Ven. Julampitiye Gnanaratana Thera:

Don't fall prey to conspiracies, says President

Terrorists are today making a desperate bid to create tension in the country by sowing the seeds of religious and communal discord. We should therefore act with foresight and patience at this juncture without falling prey to such conspiracies, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said.

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Marked drop in child recruitment by Karuna faction

There has been a marked decline in cases relating to abductions or forced recruitment of children by the Karuna faction in recent times. There had been no such complaints recorded so far for this year, law enforcement authorities said yesterday.

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Dialog posts Rs10.13bn profits for 2007

Dialog Telekom PLC announced an overview of its financial performance for the Financial Year ended December 31, 2007. The company recorded a profit after tax of Rs. 10.13 bln up one per cent relative to the year ended December 31, 2006, the company said yesterday.

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