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Unrest persists in Balochistan
People offer funeral prayers for Nawab Bugti; mourners go on the rampage

Call to halt Baloch operations
ISLAMABAD: Political parties and civil society groups have called for an immediate halt to the military operation in Balochistan warning that it is creating 1971-like conditions in the country while one prominent columnist declined a state award ...

Army behind aid workers' massacre: SLMM
Report unfounded and baseless, says Government spokesman

Lift blockade, Annan tells Israel
DUBAI: Standing besides Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan has urged Israel to stop Lebanon's physical isolation and withdraw its forces from there. At a press conference on Wednesday, he said, "I do believe ...

Rajapakse leaves for U.K.
COLOMBO: Triggering speculation on the possible motives, in view of the prevailing security situation in the island nation, Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse left here on an unannounced visit to London. Indications here from officials are ...

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Fiji to hold Pacific meet
WELLINGTON: Fiji has agreed to host this year's summit of Pacific Forum (PIF) leaders in place of Tonga. According to a report by Radio New Zealand International, Fiji's Prime Minister, Laisenia Qarase, said his country has been asked to host the ...

Indian convicted in U.S.
WASHINGTON: A U.S. jury has convicted an Indian computer programmer of killing his wife two years ago. Praveen Mandanapu, who came to the U.S. about 10 years ago allegedly used a meat cleaver to dismember his wife Divya's body parts and then ...

Fugitive sect leader held
WASHINGTON: Warren Jeffs, the fugitive leader of a fanatical polygamous sect and one of the FBI's most wanted men, had told his 10,000 followers he would never be taken alive. After three years on the run, his red Cadillac was pulled over north ...




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