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  • Catonsville Crime Log

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have information about these crimes, call the Wilkens Precinct at 410-887-0872....
  • Attman's and Kitchen of India

     
    It's nice that at least some eating place in the city is considering expanding, not closing. Check out Ed Gunts' story about Attman's Delicatessen on Corned Beef Row that ran in the paper today.While I'm at it, here's a link to......
  • Ace of fish

     
    The Food Network show, "The Best Thing I Ever Ate," came to The Ambassador Sunday to film celebrity baker Duff Goldman eating fish.Binda Singh, who owns the restaurant with his brother, said chef Raman Kanghuta prepared Goa Fish, following a......
  • Sri Lankan emigres pool skills, money

    Dr. Sinnarajah Raguraj was visiting friends in New York on Sunday, enjoying a leisurely breakfast, when he began to get frantic cell phone calls from all over the country. What was happening in Sri Lanka? Within hours, the Bel Air internist was back...
  • New aid bottleneck is emerging at hospitals

    BANDA ACEH, Indonesia - Haggard and dehydrated survivors of Asia's tsunami catastrophe flooded hospitals in the disaster zone yesterday, posing a new challenge for the global relief operation. A 5.8-magnitude quake, the latest of numerous aftershocks...
  • Easing southern Asia's powerful thirst

    Sri Lanka's top beer producer built its reputation on its chilled lagers and full-bodied stouts. But soon after last week's catastrophe, when a tsunami struck the nation's coastline, executives at Lion Brewery in Colombo knew that the best way they...
  • Tsunami aid pledges top $3 billion

    JAKARTA, Indonesia - Australia promised $764 million - the largest government pledge - to the tsunami relief effort, topping a $674 million German aid package on the eve of a crucial donors conference today. World leaders were competing to head the donors...
  • Md. official on board of company regulated by his department

    An official at the state Department of Human Resources has close ties to a company that is regulated by the department and receives millions of dollars from it to operate group homes. Elisha B. Pulivarti serves on the board of Evershine Residential...
  • Scrapping ships, sacrificing men

    Raul Mendoza knew that scrapping ships was dangerous, knew about the smoke and the fumes and the accidents. He'd worked in Baltimore, where asbestos clouded the air, and North Carolina, where oil spilled into a river, and California, where workers were...
  • A Third World dump for America's ships?

    This is where the world dumps its ships, worn out and ready to be torn apart.To the left and right, ships lie stranded along six miles of beach, in a hundred stages of demolition. Tankers, freighters, fish processors and destroyers -- smashed, cut,...
  • Modi's first budget targets Indian growth, curbs deficit

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's new government on Thursday unveiled a budget it said can revive growth after the longest slowdown in a quarter of a century even while curbing borrowing. Modi's government, in office for less...
  • Australian immigration minister visits Jaffna, no talks with Tamil groups

    COLOMBO (Reuters) - Australia's immigration minister, defending Canberra's policy of turning back boats of asylum seekers, visited a focal point of Sri Lanka's 26-year civil war against Tamil separatists, but came under fire for meeting no Tamil political...