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Russia clears Chinese jets for Pakistan
MOSCOW: Russia has given the green light to the supply of Chinese jet fighters powered by Russian engines to Pakistan, government officials said here. Moscow has issued a formal permission to China to re-export Russian-made engines to ...

Ahluwalia meets Chinese official
Dialogue on energy discussed

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Russia threatens to walk out of arms pact
NATO increasing military presence in Europe: Putin

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21 Tigers, two soldiers killed
Air Force bombs "LTTE gathering point" near Kilinochchi

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Nurturing Taliban a mistake, says Benazir
Deal with Musharraf a credibility risk but unavoidable

The unstirred milkshake man's war
Amid a war zone in Iraq, a man from India tends to his sweet tasks In Iraq's war zone, a man from India tends to his sweet tasks

Madhesi forum for party status
KATHMANDU: The Madhesi People's Rights Forum (MPRF), which spearheads the Madhesi movement, has registered itself as a political party with the Election Commission to contest the Constituent Assembly polls. The MPRF members and supporters ...

Prince Harry's Iraq role under review?
LONDON: A controversy has erupted over plans to send Prince Harry (22) to Iraq amid reports that the Ministry of Defence is "reviewing'' the decision in view of the deteriorating security situation there and the reported threats by militants to ...

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AIDS subterfuge
One of Africa's leading AIDS specialists has accused the Gambian Government of covertly obtaining blood tests from his laboratory to try to convince the world of the efficacy of the Gambian President's herbal remedy for the disease. Since ...

India & World
Kalam charmed by Greek philosophy
``Greece is the country from where democracy radiated''

President reiterates India's stand on nuclear programme
Our policy is based on no first use and complete disarmament, he says




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