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Violence spreads in Pakistan; polls as scheduled: PM
“Neither bullets nor splinters killed her”
ISLAMABAD: Benazir Bhutto died neither from a bullet nor a bomb splinter but of a fracture to her skull when her head struck the lever of her vehicle’s sunroof as she ducked the gunfire and bomb blast while leaving the venue ...
BJP wrests Himachal
Dhumal to take oath on Sunday
Four cardinal principles of security violated, say Indian experts
New Delhi: While Pakistan’s Ambassador to the United States, Mahmud Ali Durrani, maintains that Pervez Musharraf’s government provided “unprecedented security” to Benazir Bhutto, Indian security experts ...
India faces a true test of character
Australia sets the Indian batsmen a daunting target of 499
Anything is possible, says Clarke
Melbourne: Michael Clarke, who top-scored with 73 on the third day of the first Test, said the track at the Melbourne Cricket Ground required patience and discipline to wear batsmen down. “It will be about building pressure,” ...
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Late arrival has cost India dearly
Xavier Malisse confident of keeping title
Qualifying rounds begin today
Services, Railways triumph
Both scored facile wins over Punjab and Delhi respectively
Land identified for six industrial complexes
ULFA will be wiped out in next 10 years: Barbora
Guwahati: The United Liberation Front of Asom will be wiped out in the next 10 years, Air Marshal P.K. Barbora, AOC-in-C, Western Air Command-designate, told reporters here on Friday. Air Marshal Barbora, who recently relinquished the ...
Government suspects more than one assailant
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Interior Ministry spokesman Javed Iqbal Cheema told a press conference here on Friday that the attack on Benazir Bhutto began with three rounds of gunfire, followed closely by an explosion. He did not rule out that ...
Grave challenge: CWC
Musharraf must go: Imran
“Benazir Bhutto was far bolder and braver than most men I knew”
Text of intelligence intercept
Maulvi Sahib : There were Saeed, the second was Badarwala Bilal and Ikramullah was also there. Mehsud: The three did it? Maulvi Sahib: Ikramullah and Bilal did it. Mehsud: Then congratulations to you again. Maulvi: Where are you? I ...
Nepal House passes bill on monarchy
KATHMANDU: The interim Parliament of Nepal has passed a bill to amend the interim Constitution, paving the way to abolish the monarchy and establish a federal republic after the Constituent Assembly election. The amended Article 159 (a) of the ...
Benazir was the voice of democracy: all-party meet
Leaders resolve to defeat the forces of terrorism
Egypt to copyright the pyramids
Law to seek royalty payments around world for copies of monuments
Chidambaram’s Adviser quits
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram’s Adviser at North Block, Parthasarathi Shome, has put in his papers ahead of the Union Budget for 2008-09. With Dr. Shome’s exit — the fourth change at the top level in the ...
Benazir stood for peace with India: Manmohan
“She always wanted South Asia to become prosperous”
Manmohan for institutional reforms in universities
Openness to lateral entry into teaching, research staff needed
BJP celebrates Himachal victory
Political change will bring BJP back to power: Advani
Dastardly, barbaric act: Kashmir leaders
SRINAGAR: Cutting across party lines, leaders from both mainstream and separatist parties have strongly condemned the killing of the former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and described it as “dastardly, barbaric and ...
Tunnel beneath Yellow River for water diversion
JINAN: China began digging a tunnel on Friday beneath the Yellow River in eastern Shandong Province as part of the massive south-to-north water diversion project. The 7,870-metre tunnel would annually divert 442 million cubic metres of ...
How cancers spread
A way to copy the body’s own protection system
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