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Swiss asked to re-open Zardari cases
Graft cases were closed by Musharraf under an amnesty
11 killed in Dagestan blasts
MOSCOW: A second twin suicide bombing in Russia in three days killed 11 people, including nine policemen in North Caucasus on Wednesday. A car bomb went off in the centre of Kyzlyar, in the Russian republic of Dagestan when traffic ...
Plea on Benazir report raises brows
Premier Giliani's intervention fails to clear the air
India hands over cement bags to Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: Indian High Commissioner Ashok K. Kantha on Wednesday handed over to U.L.M. Haldeen, Secretary, Ministry of Resettlement and Disaster Relief Services, the first lot of 10,000 of the 400,000 cement bags being supplied by ...
No climate deal until 2011, says official
AMSTERDAM: A new legal agreement committing nations around the world to curb greenhouse gas emissions is unlikely to be completed before the end of 2011, two years later than originally envisioned, the top U.N. climate official said on ...
Militia charged with conspiracy
Iran sanctions within weeks: Obama
Washington DC: President Obama on Wednesday said he believed the U.S. and the international community could have United Nations sanctions against Iran “within weeks,” over Iran's alleged nuclear development ...
21 babies found dumped in river in China
BEIJING: Chinese officials have launched an investigation into the dumping of 21 babies and foetuses by a hospital in north-eastern Shandong province, in a case which has ignited debate here over a social practice that modern China has sought ...
Anish Kapoor's sculpture for 2012 Olympics
LONDON: A towering steel sculpture, taller than the Statue of Liberty and designed by the internationally renowned Mumbai-born artist Anish Kapoor , will form the backdrop to the London 2012 Olympic Games stadium in East ...
Iran's Jalili heads for China
DUBAI: Iran's top nuclear negotiator Saeed Jalili is heading for China as the U.S. has mounted a high profile effort to impose sanctions against Tehran. Mr. Jalili will meet high-ranking Chinese officials when he commences his visit to ...
‘Like' rather than ‘become a fan': Facebook
New York: Facebook is about to change the way users connect to brands on the web page. Instead of asking people to “become a fan” of companies such as Starbucks, the social networking site will let them click on a button that ...
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