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Monday, March 20, 2006
Seven die in Pakistan blast
ISLAMABAD: At least seven persons, including six security personnel, were killed as a bomb ripped through a police vehicle in Dera Ismali Khan in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) on Sunday. According to the local police, the explosion ...
Indian `curry' king in cash-for-peerage row
LONDON: Sir Ghulam Noon, owner of one of Britain's biggest Indian food companies, finds himself at the centre of a growing "donation-for-peerage" scandal after it emerged that his nomination to the House of Lords has been blocked because he gave ...
Ex-judge made Pakistan poll chief
ISLAMABAD: Amidst threats by the Opposition to boycott the 2007 general elections in the absence of an "independent" Election Commission, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has named a retired judge of the Supreme Court, Justice Qazi Muhammad ...
Mortar attack on pilgrims
Civil war has broken out: Allawi
Call for repoll in Belarus
MINSK (BELARUS): The main Opposition candidate in Belarus' tense presidential elections said he would not recognise the results of Sunday's vote and called for a repeat election. The statement by Alexander Milinkevich stoked concerns of a ...
India & World
Dhaka hopes visit will be a "milestone"
"Begum Khaleda is going with an open mind"
"Islamabad will not accept discriminatory treatment"
Karamat urges U.S. to devise a plan for both India and Pakistan
CIS indologists to coordinate
MOSCOW: Meeting for the first time since the break-up of the Soviet Union, indologists from the former Soviet States have decided to set up a coordinating council in studying the modern day India. Prof. Rostislav Rybakov, head of the Moscow ...
Emirates to raise capacity to India this year
DUBAI: TheEmirates airline, based in Dubai, announced its plans to start services to Kolkata and Bangalore shortly. Talking to a group of visiting journalists from Kerala, Nabil Sultan, senior vice president (commercial operations, West Asia ...
India takes stock of ties with West Asia
"Time to take fresh look at the region under a `look west' policy"
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