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Khaleda’s son implicated in attack on Hasina
DHAKA: Abdus Salam Pintu, who was Deputy Minister in the Khaleda Zia Cabinet in Bangladesh, has admitted that the then Home Minister, Lutfozzaman Babar, and “Hawa Bhaban”, the parallel power centre led by Ms. Zia’s son, Tariq ...
Teenager says he was next in line to kill Benazir
ISLAMABAD: A teenaged boy arrested last Friday for his suspected involvement in the assassination of Benazir Bhutto told security officials that he was trained as a suicide bomber in South Waziristan and was next in line to kill the former ...
Child survives with artificial heart
London: A three-year-old girl has become the first in the world with a complex heart condition to be fitted with an artificial heart and survive. Abigail Hall was born with a severe heart defect which meant that only one chamber of her heart ...
Moon rocket has a problem
30 Tigers killed in clashes, says Colombo
COLOMBO: At least 30 cadres of the LTTE and a soldier of the Sri Lanka Army (SLA) were killed and another soldier was reported missing as heavy clashes erupted between the army and the LTTE on the Mannar, Vavuniya and Welioya battlefronts on ...
Gaza facing crisis after Israeli blockade
DUBAI: A humanitarian crisis is looming over Gaza after Israel began tightening its blockade around the coastal strip. Around a million Palestinians in the territory are facing the prospect of a power blackout after fuel shortages ...
Geo TV channel is back as Musharraf leaves for Europe
Serial blasts rock Bhutan
Thimphu (BHUTAN): A woman was injured and some property damaged as four serial blasts rocked poll-bound Bhutan on Sunday, including one in the capital, police said. The four blasts took place within a span of three hours between 11 ...
Terror suspects shifted to Madrid
Part of a well-organised Islamist group: Minister
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Illegal immigrants warned
Abu Dhabi: India has warned that it would deal sternly with illegal immigrants to the United Arab Emirates and the other Gulf nations. “There will be zero tolerance to illegal immigration in the UAE,” Indian Ambassador to ...
Malaysia plans to regulate foreign labour intake
SINGAPORE: Malaysia has announced plans to reduce its surplus foreign workforce and regulate the fresh intake of labour from abroad. Indicating the possibility of a drastic cut over time, Malaysia’s Deputy Minister for Human ...
Hindraf leaders begin fast
SINGAPORE: Five leaders of the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) on Sunday began a week-long hunger strike in protest against their detention without trial under Malaysia’s Internal Security Act (ISA), according to Hindraf ...
I just took two steps at Wagah: Jairam Ramesh
Islamabad/New Delhi: Pakistan has sought a report from its officials on Jairam Ramesh’s “stroll” into Pakistani territory at the Wagah border in alleged violation of rules and regulations, but the Minister said he had taken ...
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