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Foreign miscreants face elimination, says Musharraf
Terrorism has no place in the country, says Pakistan President
Iran speeds up n-programme
Teheran in the process of achieving a ``technological leap''
Chirac leaves E.U. summit over English
BRUSSELS: French President Jacques Chirac led a French walkout from the opening session of the E.U.'s annual spring summit on Thursday night when a fellow Frenchman committed the grave offence of speaking English. Highlighting France's acute ...
Belarus quashes protest
Opposition leader vows to continue fight
India & World
Pakistan sees "positive sentiments"
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday welcomed Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's speech at Amritsar, saying it reflected "many positive sentiments," but declined to comment on the offer of a "treaty of peace, security and friendship." Pakistan Foreign ...
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