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Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Colombo vows to counter further suicide attacks
Government urges people to remain calm
Benazir, Sharif join hands for polls
ISLAMABAD: The former Prime Ministers of Pakistan who are in exile, Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif, have joined hands to decide their strategy for the 2007 general elections. At a meeting in London late on Monday, they called for free and ...
Aim, identity of Egypt's triple bombing culprits not known
Many foreigners among those killed, injured; eight arrested
Bear-mauled patient makes progress
XI'AN (CHINA): Although he has lived through a 24-hour post-operation critical period, Li Guoxing, China's first face transplant patient, still has to wait two months to know if the operation has been a success. Mr. Li, a 30-year old whose face ...
India & World
Manmohan in Uzbekistan
TASHKENT: After visiting Germany, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived Tuesday on a two-day visit to Uzbekistan during which energy and economic cooperation will be high on the agenda of his talks. The Prime Minister will hold discussions ...
India not for use of force against Iran
"It can only exacerbate tensions in the region "
India, Pakistan discuss draft for nuclear risk reduction
Legal, logistical issues need to be thrashed out: official
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