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Confrontation persists in Iran
Nepal bill on Jha’s oath of secrecy
KATHMANDU: A constitutional amendment bill has been tabled in the legislature Parliament in Nepal, which would facilitate Vice-President Paramananda Jha to take oath in his mother tongue. Mr. Jha had taken the oath of office and secrecy ...
Karachi blast death toll mounts to 43
ISLAMABAD: Karachi was in mourning a day after the deadly suicide attack on a Muharram procession in which the death toll has now climbed to 43. Despite the incidents of widespread arson following the bombing, the situation remained ...
Sarkozys face nepotism charge
Paris: The French presidential couple Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife former supermodel and pop singer Carla Bruni are facing fresh accusations of nepotism. This time it is Ms. Bruni and not her husband who is accused of having pushed the ...
China executes Briton
Beijing: China on Tuesday executed by lethal injection a Pakistani-British citizen convicted of drug smuggling, drawing strong condemnation from an “appalled” U.K. Premier Gordon Brown whose last-minute clemency appeal was ...
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