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It is heartening that the Reserve Bank of India, in consultation with the Centre, has picked up enough courage to bite the bullet and take up the issue of tackling inflation as its main priority. So far, it was taking mere baby steps by way of ...
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative party has recorded a decisive win in Canada's fourth federal election in seven years, taking 167 of the 308 seats in the lower chamber, the House of Commons. There were several surprises, not least ...
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Pakistan military caught in the crossfire
By Baqir Sajjad Syed Dawn, Pakistan
Even as military officials tried to downplay Osama bin Laden's killing in a compound less than a kilometre away from the Kakul academy, they found very few takers for their explanation.
THE PAKISTAN CABLES
Pakistan pushed for release of alleged bin Laden associate from Guantánamo
By Nirupama Subramanian
CHENNAI: A Pakistani businessman alleged by the U.S to have had a direct link with Osama bin Laden, of plotting to acquire chemical and other weapons for al-Qaeda, and offering his media network for al-Qaeda propaganda was among the ...
Had there been intelligence, Pakistan would have found Osama, said Aziz
By A. Srivathsan
CHENNAI: Rehman Malik, Interior Minister of Pakistan, and Shaukat Aziz, former Prime Minister, like others in the Pakistan government and military, had at different points in time, insisted that Osama bin Laden was not in Pakistan. Mr. Aziz, ...
Get out of Iraq, and get Afghanistan right, former Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan told U.S. counter-terrorism official
By Suresh Nambath
CHENNAI: The United States must first “get out of Iraq,” and then “get Afghanistan right,” former Indian High Commissioner in Pakistan G. Parthasarathy told U.S. counter-terrorism official Virginia Palmer in December ...
Musharraf argued against ‘premature' withdrawal of U.S. troops in Iraq
By Suresh Nambath
Told Senator John McCain that West Asian leaders were worried that such a move would spread sectarian strife throughout the Gulf region
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