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United States seeks names of top ISI operatives
It wants to know whether any Pakistani official had links with Osama

INTERNATIONAL
Obama: We have cut off al-Qaeda's head
This continues to be a tough fight: President

A big slip-up, says Musharraf
Dubai: Pakistan's former President called the failure by his intelligence agencies to uncover Osama bin Laden a “big slip up,” but urged Pakistan and America to rebuild trust as the only way to maintain the battle against al-Qaeda. ...

China sees a role amid Pakistan-U.S. rift
BEIJING: Renewed strains in relations between Pakistan and the United States following last week's killing of Osama bin Laden have been seen in China as opening the door for closer engagement with Islamabad. According to officials and ...

Singapore's ruling party triumphs again
SINGAPORE: Singapore's long-governing People's Action Party (PAP) won an absolute parliamentary majority in the early hours of Sunday following Saturday's general election. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and former Prime Minister Goh ...

Counting begins in Singapore
SINGAPORE: Enthusiastic voting in Singapore's general election ended on Saturday night, setting the stage for unusual political excitement. While the cyberspace and the new media were freely accessed during the campaign, conventional ...

Mood turns to anger in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Shock and confusion over the circumstances in which al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan is slowly but steadily transforming into anger and on Saturday saw demands from various quarters for the scalp of the powers ...

Protests throw up piquant situation in Maldives
COLOMBO: Parts of the Maldivian capital Male were paralysed yet again on Friday due to protests and counter-protests, from around the time the prayers concluded to close to midnight. Demonstrations are being held against the soaring ...

Kandahar under severe attack
KANDAHAR: The Taliban unleashed a wave of attacks including six suicide bombings on government targets on Kandahar on Saturday, leaving at least 30 people wounded. Militants with guns and rocket-propelled grenades attacked the Governor's ...

THIRD TRIP DOWN THE AISLE
Paul McCartney is engaged
‘Beatles' legend thinks Nancy Shevell is ‘the one'




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