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Chaudhary's roadshow draws good response
Procession in support of Mr. Chaudhary, "a show of strength"
Musharraf's warning to lawyers
ISLAMABAD: : As Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhary's roadshow was sweeping across Punjab province, President Pervez Musharraf held his own show of strength in Sindh province, sending out a ``warning'' to lawyers not to ``politicise'' a ...
Russia may halt arms cuts
MOSCOW: The proposed deployment of U.S. missile defences in Eastern Europe may derail ongoing arms cuts and will trigger an uncontrollable arms race, warned Russia's top military official. "I do not rule out that the new situation will require ...
Labour loses power in Scotland
LONDON: In a historic election defeat, Labour Party on Saturday lost power in Scotland with the pro-independence Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP) emerging as the single-largest party, ending the former's 50 years of political dominance. Despite a ...
Chavez to rein in banks
CARACAS: Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez said he might nationalise the banks and a major steel producer in the next stage of his socialist revolution. Mr. Chavez said the state would take over the companies if they did not contribute more to ...
TV channels knocked off
ISLAMABAD: Three private television channels found themselves off air in the Sindh province in the middle of live coverage of the ousted Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhary's Islamabad-Lahore motorcade. Cable operators knocked off Geo, ARY and ...
Sailing into record books, again
British yachtsman completes his second solo voyage around the world
Gadgets for the poor
NEW YORK: A new breed of industrial designers is confronting Third World poverty with innovative products aimed at encouraging rural entrepreneurs. Instead of advocating aid giveaways with uncertain results, these socially conscious designers ...
A Chinese man goes home with $15,000
"Canada a terrorist haven after Operation Bluestar''
TORONTO: Canada was a haven for terrorists after Operation Blue Star in 1984, a lawyer representing families of the victims of the 1985 Air India bombing told a public inquiry. ``It appeared to me in 1984 and 1985 it was open season for ...
India & World
Back home, Qayyum refuses to back down
Says truth about militant training camps cannot be hidden
U.S. Congressmen attack India's relations with Iran, link this to nuclear deal
Text of Lantos letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh
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