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Spitzer could face criminal charges
New York: Eliot Spitzer was on Wednesday cast into the wilderness after he resigned as Governor of New York in the wake of a prostitution scandal that destroyed his reputation as the scourge of organised crime and immorality. With new ...
Jia re-elected Chairman
BEIJING: Jia Qinglin was re-elected Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body, here on Thursday. Mr. Jia was re-elected at the fourth plenary ...
58 LTTE cadres killed: Colombo
COLOMBO: At least 58 cadres of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam have been killed in continuing fighting in Sri Lanka’s north in the last 48 hours, the military has said. In a statement, it claimed that 28 Tigers were ...
Indian surgeon denies charges
Silicon Valley/Melbourne): India-born surgeon Jayant Patel, wanted for alleged botched surgeries leading to 17 deaths in Australia, has denied the charges against him and will seek bail in a U.S. court. Fiftyseven-year-old Patel, who ...
“Soft” conservatives highlight Iran’s economic problems
Tight contest likely in today’s parliamentary elections
Berth-sharing talks on in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Representatives of the Pakistan People’s Party and Pakistan Muslim League (N) were closeted in a meeting on Thursday to finalise a formula for sharing Cabinet positions and allotting Ministries. The two parties, which ...
India & World
Australia to probe Haneef case bungling
Melbourne: Australia on Thursday ordered a judicial inquiry into the bungled case of Indian doctor Mohamed Haneef, wrongly accused of involvement in the failed U.K. terror plot, saying there was a need to restore the “public ...
It is disinformation, India tells Pakistan
Islamabad: Expressing concern at “disinformation” over issues relating to Pakistani national Khalid Mehmood, who died while in custody, India on Thursday said he was arrested after he had spent over a year in the country without a ...
C’wealth citizens may lose political rights in the U.K.
Plan to radically revamp the country’s citizenship regime
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