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    Hundreds detained in Pakistan
    Parliamentary polls could be postponed, says Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz

    It is martial law, says Benazir
    Karachi: The former Premier, Benazir Bhutto, on Sunday termed the “undemocratic” measure imposed on Pakistan not “emergency but martial law.” She attacked Pervez Musharraf, saying he was worried about the outcome of the ...

    BJP, JD(S) MLAs to meet President
    Kumaraswamy affirms “unconditional” support

    Two top militant commanders killed
    JAMMU: Four militants, including two top cadres of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul Mujahideen, were killed on Sunday in Doda district of Jammu and Kashmir. On a tip-off, security forces trapped two LeT militants in the house of Bashir ...

    Developments are of special concern to India: BJP
    Virtual martial law and harmful to Pakistan, says CPI(M)

    We are also learning, please give us time: Musharraf tells West
    ISLAMABAD: Under attack from the West for clamping Emergency, Pakistan President General Musharraf wore the shield of “learning” and told them not to demand of his country their level of democracy The General, while taking ...

    IFJ condemns imposition of emergency
    The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) on Sunday condemned the imposition of emergency rule in Pakistan, warning that the move, accompanied by the armed occupation of public television and closure of private media, would only make ...

    Return to democracy, world urges Pakistan
    U.S. not to back extra-Constitutional means

    “Benazir taken into confidence”
    Islamabad: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf took former Premier Benazir Bhutto into confidence before imposing emergency on the nation, a senior Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader has claimed. “The option of ...

    It is martial law: Shahbaz Sharif
    DUBAI: The “massive crackdown” that Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf has unleashed is bound to unite “democratic forces” inside and outside Pakistan, Shahbaz Sharif, the brother of the former Prime Minister, Nawaz ...

    Nepal passes proposals
    KATHMANDU: The Communist Party of Nepal (UML) and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoists) struck a deal at the eleventh hour and got each of their proposals on declaring the country a republic and the proportional electoral system passed ...

    11 held in plot to kill Fiji Prime Minister
    Alleged conspirators include political leaders

    Captains express guarded optimism
    It would be a toss-up between Sehwag and Gambhir for a place in the eleven

    Nalbandian to face Nadal
    Davenport continues her comeback run

    Three held, Rs. 50 lakh hawala cash recovered
    Jammu: The police on Sunday arrested three persons, including a couple in Udhampur district and recovered about Rs.50 lakh of hawala money from their possession. The couple were identified as Jamali Khan, son of Abdul Alam Khan and ...

    “Congress has not forgiven Rajiv Gandhi’s killers”
    CHENNAI: The Congress has neither forgotten the gruesome murder of its leader Rajiv Gandhi nor forgiven the perpetrators of the crime, G.K. Vasan, Union Minister of State for Statistics and Programme Implementation, said on Sunday. He ...

    Wheels of MTC bus come apart
    CHENNAI: A drive down Kamarajar Salai is usually a pleasant experience, but a car driver had a very scary experience on Sunday. He was enjoying the drive thanks to the cloudy weather and the scanty traffic, when he got the shock of his ...

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