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    `Pakistan will maintain minimum deterrence'
    ISLAMABAD, APRIL 5. The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, has said that his country has both resources and skilled manpower to meet the defence targets of next 15 years to enable it maintain `defensive deterrence strategy'. Addressing the ...

    Top militants killed as Saudi shootout enters third day
    MANAMA, APRIL 5.The clash between Saudi security forces and militants has entered its third day, with a gun battle still continuing in the northern town of Al-Ras. At least 10 militants are holed up in a building that is under construction, and ...

    Elections: Labour in for a bumpy landing?
    LONDON, APRIL 5. After weeks of speculation, the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, on Tuesday confirmed that the country would go to polls on May 5 in a general election which the Labour Party has been advised not to take for granted. In ...

    Clashes as MMA objects to women in marathon
    ISLAMABAD, APRIL 5. The thesis of "enlightened moderation" advocated by the Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, has received a setback after the activists of the Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA), alliance of six religious parties, violently ...

    Wen visit will boost relations, says Pakistan
    ISLAMABAD, APRIL 5. The Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, was today given a rousing welcome when he arrived on a three-day visit. A number of pacts in education, political, economic, defence, trade and agriculture will be signed during the visit. In ...

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    ``India, China may reach consensus on boundary issue''
    SINGAPORE, APRIL 5. The Chinese Vice-Foreign Minister, Wu Dawei, has said the Special Representatives of India and China ``may reach consensus'' on the boundary issue at their meeting, which is ``expected to be held'' during his visit to India by ...



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