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Gilani's olive branch to militants
68 killed in pitched gun-battle on Afghan border

U.S. not trying to hold China down: Gates
Washington: Taking forward the United States' conciliatory approach towards China, possibly in anticipation of a major fighter aircraft sale to Taiwan later this year, U.S. Defence Secretary Robert Gates said that his country was “not ...

Onus is on ISI , says media
ISLAMABAD: The media fraternity in Pakistan maintained pressure on the government on Thursday to investigate the murder of their colleague, Syed Saleem Shahzad, arguing that the onus of proving innocence was on the intelligence agencies widely ...

“No clarity on civilian casualties”
COLOMBO: Two years after the defeat of the LTTE, Sri Lanka says it is yet to figure out how many civilians died during the battle. Addressing members of the defence forces from 41 countries at a seminar, “Defeating terrorism ...

Kan survives no-trust vote
SINGAPORE: Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan on Thursday won parliamentary approval for staying at the helm to address the national challenges triggered by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and by the consequential nuclear radiation ...

TEETH TO FEMALE DISPERSAL THEORY
Light on human social structure


CJA outraged over Shahzad's killing
The Commonwealth Journalists Association is outraged over the slaying of yet another Pakistani journalist and urges the Pakistan government to do all it can to find the perpetrators. The body of Syed Saleem Shahzad, an Islamabad-based ...




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