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A Western interference in sovereignty: China
Award of Nobel prize to Liu

Charles, Camilla face student fury
Car attacked after Parliament voted to increase tuition fee

Fake WikiLeaks cables attacking India published in Pakistani newspapers
Islamabad: They read like the most extraordinary revelations. Citing the WikiLeaks cables, major Pakistani newspapers on Thursday morning carried stories that purported to detail eye-popping American assessments of India's military and ...

WikiLeaks data stored in Cold War-era bunker
London: Just like in a 007 film, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has kept thousands of secret U.S. diplomatic files at a former Swedish Cold War nuclear bunker that houses dozens of powerful computer servers used as storage by many ...

A Nobel prize for Assange sought
Russia has suggested that Julian Assange should be awarded the Nobel peace prize, in an unexpected show of support from Moscow for the WikiLeaks founder, who is currently in custody in the U.K. pending an extradition hearing. In what ...

U.S. Senate blocks gay ban repeal
Washington: The repeal of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” the law banning gays from serving openly in the United States military, suffered a setback in the Senate on Thursday as it failed to clear a procedural vote and move closer to ...

Democrats reject tax-cut deal
Washington: United States President Barack Obama must be thinking to himself that he's damned if he does and damned if he doesn't — and he's probably right, at least so far as the latest controversy surrounding the expiration of the ...

17 killed in attack on Pakistan hospital
Peshawar: At least 17 people were killed and 20 injured on Friday when a suicide-bomber rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into a hospital being built by the minority Shia community in Pakistan's restive northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa ...

Man gets bail in honeymoon murder case
London: Shrien Dewani, accused of organising the killing of his wife Anni Dewani during honeymoon in South Africa, was granted bail by a court here on Friday. He has denied any involvement in the murder. Mr. Dewani was being held at ...




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