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Motion tabled to discuss Musharraf proposals
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 10. The Alliance for the Restoration of Democracy (ARD), a conglomerate of Pakistan's mainstream political parties, has tabled an adjournment motion in the National Assembly seeking a discussion on the President, Pervez ...

Shias announce candidate list
MANAMA, DEC. 10.Iraq's mainstream Shia groups have unveiled a list of 228 candidates for next month's elections, marking the first major step in their effort to assume power. While Shias are the main contestants, the list has a few Sunni names, ...

Bollywood show to be held despite monks' protest in Sri Lanka
COLOMBO, DEC. 10. Indian film idol Shahrukh Khan said on Friday that his concert in Sri Lanka could not be postponed despite Buddhist monks' threats to set themselves on fire to protest the show, which coincides with the anniversary of a cleric's ...

Annan: U.S. changes tack
WASHINGTON, DEC. 10. The Bush administration has changed tack in what is seen as a "belated rebuff" to Congressional Republicans who have been demanding the resignation of the United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan. "We are expressing ...

Quetta blast kills 10
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 10. At least 10 persons including an army soldier were killed and 21 were injured as a high-powered explosive rocked Quetta, capital of Balochistan, on Friday. Police said the material weighing between 15 to 20 kg was planted ...

`World facing litany of threats'
OSLO (NORWAY), DEC. 10. The Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Wangari Maathai, warned on Friday that the world remained under attack from a litany of threats, ranging from disease, deforestation and war, and urged a shift in human thinking to save the ...

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India-ASEAN car rally rolls on
SINGAPORE, DEC. 10.It is a new voyage of discovery that has "broken the psychological barrier" that "India is a distant land separated from South-East Asia by the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean." Riding on a wave of such sentiments, the ...



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