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Pakistan unhappy
“Bill will cast a shadow on ties”

Swraj Paul’s company acquires TV channel
LONDON: Lord Swraj Paul’s Caparo group has acquired a channel on Sky TV’s Electronic Programming Guide (EPG) which, it said, would provide base for Film24, in which Caparo is the principal shareholder. In a statement here on ...

Sharif’s no to Musharraf
Not for deal with “dying dictator,” says party

75 per cent of displaced persons resettled, says Colombo
COLOMBO: The Sri Lanka Government has claimed that over 75 per cent of the internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the east, affected by the fighting between the Government forces and the LTTE since August last year, have been ...

U.S. retains strike option
Washington: Amidst a war of words between the U.S. and Pakistan over the issue of incursions in tribal areas to flush out militants, America has said it respects the sovereignty of its South Asian ally but would retain the option ...

Top ideologue repudiates violent jihad
Revisionist message rattles Al-Qaeda leader

Southern Europe scorched, heavy rain batters north
London: Huge swaths of central and southern Europe were this week engulfed in record temperatures, as other areas recorded their heaviest summer rainfalls and farmers across the continent warned of impending food shortages and price ...

Journal retracts research study
COLUMBIA: The prestigious journal Science retracted a paper on Friday that included doctored photos from a former university researcher. The journal retracted the paper a day after the University of Missouri-Columbia announced ...

Scouts movement turns 100
Essex: A warning to delinquents and the feckless: lock up your sons and daughters. In Essex, England, parkland usually graced by the rock bands and groupies of the music festival season, 40,000 brightly-clothed scouts from more than 160 ...

No nuclear deal with others: Nicholas Burns
WASHINGTON: Stating that India was a “unique” case, the Bush administration has ruled out a similar civilian nuclear deal with any other country including ally Pakistan, and stressed that the “very high bar” of the ...

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