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Setback to New START treaty
Key Republican Senator rules out supporting the treaty
U.K. to compensate Guantanamo detenus
A programme that enriches lives of Indian students in U.S.
Rising inflation prompts controls in China
BEIJING: The Chinese government on Wednesday said it would put in place price control guidelines and new subsidies to combat spiralling inflation, often regarded in China as a threat to social stability. Inflation last month increased to ...
Pamela goes desi for Bigg Boss
LONAVALA: Hollywood star Pamela Anderson shed her Baywatch look and donned a white sequined sari, jhumkas, bangles and a bindi for her entry into the reality show Bigg Boss 4 here on Tuesday night. The 43-year-old looked ravishing as she ...
‘Kickbacks paid in France-Pakistan deal'
Paris: A former French Defence Minister has told a judge in Paris that reverse kickbacks or what the French term “retro-commissions” were in fact paid in the 1995 deal to sell six Agosta Class submarines to Pakistan. The ...
Krishna to visit Sri Lanka
COLOMBO: External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna is scheduled to make an official visit to Sri Lanka from November 25 to 27 for bilateral talks. According to diplomatic sources, the focus of the would be rehabilitation of the nearly three ...
Will not sign Aziz death order: Talabani
PARIS: Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has said that he will not sign off on a death penalty sentence against Tariq Aziz, seen by many as the international face of Saddam Hussein's government. “I cannot sign an order of this kind ...
A “nervous” prince and a “shocked” fiancée
LONDON: Apparently Prince William had been carrying his engagement ring — a sapphire and diamond affair that belonged to his late mother, Princess Diana — in a rucksack for three weeks before he was able to muster enough courage to ...
Attack planned this month: Germany
BERLIN: Germany said on Wednesday it was tightening security at airports and train stations after receiving concrete evidence of planned terrorist attacks in the country, including one this month. “From today, there will be a ...
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