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Fidel Castro overcomes health crisis
Cuban leader looks healthier and more alert; meets Vietnamese official
PML chief sees India's hand behind protests
ISLAMABAD: President of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League Chaudhary Shujat Hussain has thrown his weight behind the allegations that a purported campaign to malign the armed forces in the anti-government protests was being carried out at the ...
British pullout from Iraq on the cards?
LONDON: A time-table for an early withdrawal of British troops from Iraq is reported to be under discussion ahead of a change of guard at Downing Street later this month. Media reports on Sunday claimed that soon after he takes over as Prime ...
Suicide blast at Somali Premier's house
MOGADISHU: A suicide bomber in a large car blew himself up on Sunday in front of Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi's house, killing an unknown number of persons and injuring others, officials said. Mr. Gedi was not injured and has been taken to ...
14 US soldiers killed in Iraq
BAGHDAD: The U.S. military on Sunday reported 14 U.S. soldiers killed in the past three days, including four in a single roadside bombing in Baghdad and one who was struck by a suicide bomber while on a foot patrol southwest of the capital. ...
India & World
UAE sees greater role for India in Iraq
It has a responsibility to become active due to its status as a ``major regional power''
KATHAK IN CHINA
Shovana Narayan enthrals Chinese
BEIJING: A scintillating performance by one of India's foremost classical dancer, Shovana Narayan, enthralled a distinguished audience here. A two-hour performance at the ``India House'' here, with the theme `A Symphony of Kathak and Buddhist ...
Hope keeps them going
Indian families search for their loved ones in Pakistan jails
Air battles: India to help Sri Lanka
SINGAPORE: The "rise of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) air power in Sri Lanka is of concern to India also." Emphasising this, Defence Minister A.K. Antony said in Singapore on Sunday that India "will give Sri Lanka reasonable ...
Peace along border with China: Antony
SINGAPORE: Defence Minister A.K. Antony on Sunday expressed satisfaction that "there is, by and large, peace and tranquillity along the India-China border, even though there is no well-defined Line of Actual Control (LAC)." Discounting the ...
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