- • Bodies recovered after Karachi bathing deaths
- • Japan names islets in disputed territory
- • Golf: Watney soars high with 18 pts in Reno
- • Tennis: Venus topples birthday girl Azarenka
- • Scholarships given to 24 environmentalists to pursue careers in PUB, NEA
- • Infosys' new CEO says to improve business with new growth avenues
- • Concert review: Shoegaze icons Slowdive retain the integrity of songs written two decades ago
- • Philippines hires six banks to manage domestic bond swap
- • Protest at Johor checkpoint believed to have been instigated by two bus drivers: Reports
- • PR firm Edelman says its China chief is missing amid unspecified investigation
- • Teachers' challenge in next 50 years: Build students' character, says Education Minister
- • Japan PM Abe to reshuffle cabinet in early September
- • N. Korea urges US, South to scrap joint drills
- • Blast in explosives factory kills many in India
- • Republic of Singapore Navy welcomes new chief
- • Philippines govt, rebels meet as Muslim self-rule bill delayed
- • New Canberra MRT station between Yishun and Sembawang stations
- • Israel, Gaza militants start 72-hour ceasefire
- • Osaka police hide 81,000 crimes to clean up city's image
- • India rescue workers lose hope of finding landslide survivors
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