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Pakistan apologises to Sri Lanka
Shock, followed by sense of relief, in Sri Lanka
Same as those who struck Mumbai: Punjab Governor
Lahore: The terrorists who attacked the Sri Lankan cricket team here on Tuesday were the same who had struck in Mumbai, Punjab Governor Salman Taseer has said. “It was a planned terrorist act on the pattern of the attack on Mumbai. ...
Obama’s secret offer to Russia
New York: U.S. President Barack Obama has offered to halt missile defence system deployment in Eastern Europe if Moscow desists from helping Iran with developing nuclear weapons, a media report says. The offer was made in a secret letter ...
“Violation of the very idea of sport”
LONDON: A former England cricketer who was caught up in the Lahore terror attack said he would never return to Pakistan again and the British government called the incident a “grotesque violation” of the very idea of ...
Preity Zinta shaken
Napier (New Zealand): Bollywood actress Preity Zinta was shaken by the attack on Sri Lankan players in Lahore. “This is a really an unfortunate incident for sports in general. My prayers go out for all players in the Sri Lankan team, not ...
LTTE area down to 50 sq. km.
COLOMBO: The Sri Lankan military on Tuesday claimed its troops had entered Puthukkudiyirippu, the last town under the control of the LTTE in Wanni, after intense fighting. With the fall of Puthukkudiyirippu, the LTTE is entirely confined ...
High praise for bus driver
LAHORE: Bus driver Mohammad Khalil kept his foot on the accelerator as bullets ripped into the vehicle and explosions rocked the air, steering Sri Lanka’s cricket team to the safety of the stadium — and likely saving many lives. ...
Four suspects arrested: report
Lahore: Four suspects were arrested here on Tuesday for alleged involvement in the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team, a media report said. Geo TV reported that police in Model Town had arrested four suspects after the attack. ...
India & World
Armed with court order, India will seek to stop New York auction
“Whatever is required to bring back Gandhiji’s items will be done”
Owner offers to ‘donate’ belongings to India
New York: The U.S.-based owner of Mahatma Gandhi’s memorabilia, which are up for auction here this week, has offered to “donate” the rare collection to India if it agrees to spend five per cent of its gross ...
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