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“India backing Baloch insurgency”
Evidence will be made available soon: Islamabad

Indian-origin judge to head rights panel
United Nations: Indian-origin ICC judge Navanethem Pillay has been named the United Nations’ new human rights chief, despite some initial opposition from the U.S. Ms. Pillay (67), who is from South Africa, will succeed Louise ...

Notable changes in media coverage in China
BEIJING: The biggest media village in Olympic Games history officially opened in northern Beijing on Friday. “Despite the differences of colours, languages and nationalities between us, we share the fascination and joy of the ...

China ahead of U.S. in Internet use
Beijing: The world’s most populous country has also emerged as home to the world’s largest Internet population. Statistics revealed on Friday showed China to have definitively overtaken the U.S. in terms of the number ...

Shock defeat for Labour in by-poll
LONDON: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown was on Friday urged to call a general election and seek a fresh mandate after the Labour Party lost one of its safest parliamentary seats in a by-election in his native Scotland reviving speculation ...

E.U. team cautions Colombo on rights violations


30 LTTE cadre killed


India will extend more support to SAARC: Sood
It will provide $ 138 million for SAARC Development Fund

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India & World
Australia ready to support India’s case


We’ll expedite processes: Rice
SINGAPORE: The United States will “work very expeditiously” to “get through all of the processes” for translating its civil nuclear energy deal with India into a reality, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on ...




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