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Indian-style campaigning in U.K.
LONDON, APRIL 6. Indian-style electioneering has arrived in Britain with a bang. Prominent political leaders are ditching the traditional election "battle bus" and taking to helicopters for campaign tours ahead of next month's general ...
Kurd leader chosen Iraq President
MANAMA, APRIL 6. After several weeks of deadlock, Iraq's newly elected Parliament has chosen Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani as its new President. The outgoing President, Ghazi Al Yawer, a Sunni, and the current interim Finance Minister, Adel Abdul ...
China is no threat, says Wen
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 6. The Chinese Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao, said here today a "strong and more developed" China would never pose threat to any country and declared here that his country would unswervingly pursue its policy of "good-neighbourly ...
China-Pakistan relations enter a new phase
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 6.The Pakistan President, Pervez Musharraf, and the visiting Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao, on Wednesday said that with the signing of new pacts, particularly the Friendship Treaty, relations between their countries have entered a ...
Pakistan not a perfect story, says Rice
WASHINGTON, APRIL 6. The U.S. Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, has said though Pakistan is not a "perfect story," it is a "tremendous set of achievements" if the trajectory is factored into. In an interview with The Associated Press, Dr. ...
Saudi Al-Qaeda chief killed?
MANAMA, APRIL 6. The suspected chief of the Al-Qaeda cell in Saudi Arabia may have been killed in the prolonged clash with the Saudi security forces that lasted three days. The Movement for Islamic Reform in Arabia, a Saudi Opposition group in ...
India & World
An unpardonable crime: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 6. Pakistan tonight condemneed the attack on the Tourist Reception Centre in Srinagar and said the incident should not deter the launch of the much-awaited bus service. Talking to journalists, the Foreign Minister, Khurshid ...
Wanton act of terror: U.S.
WASHINGTON, APRIL 6. The United States has condemned in ``strongest possible terms'' the attack by militants in Srinagar today, calling it ``a wanton act of terror on a powerful symbol of rapprochement'' between India and Pakistan. ``Ordinary ...
Arson, says Russian circus company
MOSCOW, APRIL 6.Russia's state circus company Rosgosscirk has lodged a strong protest with Indian authorities over alleged act of arson against its touring group in Mumbai. Over 20 animals of the Russian circus-on-ice, including four sea ...
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