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Plea against Musharraf quashed
Benzir’s PPP likely to participate in the January 8 elections
Protests in Balochistan over BLA leader’s killing
ISLAMABAD: The killing of Balaach Marri, a Baloch nationalist leader who was said to be the chief of the shadowy Balochistan Liberation Army, continued to have repercussions in Balochistan for the second day on Thursday. The BLA, ...
NGO banned for “links” with LTTE
COLOMBO: Colombo on Thursday banned the Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation , an international NGO , on charges of links with the LTTE. The announcement, following a decision by the Cabinet, came days after the U.S. proscribed it as it ...
Chirac faces charges in corruption case
Paris: Investigating magistrates on Wednesday formally placed former French President Jacques Chirac under investigation opening the way for criminal charges against the man who dominated French political life for over two decades. Mr Chirac ...
U.N. lowers the estimate of AIDS cases by 6 million
Change mainly due to availability of better data from India
Attempt to meet Iftikhar Chaudhry foiled again
ISLAMABAD: A second attempt by a former Supreme Court judge to meet deposed Chief Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry ended when the police forced a procession of students, lawyers and civil society activists that he was leading to turn ...
TV channel resumes
ISLAMABAD: ARY One World, shut down by the Dubai authorities last week, resumed operations on Thursday night in Pakistan after the Musharraf regime lifted a ban on the private television channel. A statement from ARY did not give ...
Project to bring Arabs top foreign writers
An ambitious translation drive; hundred books in first year
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Blazing a new ‘Nalanda Trail’
SINGAPORE: A unique exhibition, “The Nalanda Trail: Buddhism in India, China and Southeast Asia,” was dedicated here on Wednesday as a project of the East Asia Summit (EAS). The Summit is a new forum, comprising the ...
Safeguards pact complex: Kakodkar
VIENNA: Indian negotiators continued their discussions with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for the second day on Thursday on a safeguards agreement, which the Atomic Energy Commission chief said was “complex” and ...
Pilgrims reach Pakistan for Guru Nanak birth anniversary
Islamabad: More than 4,000 Sikh pilgrims from India have arrived in Pakistan to celebrate Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary at Nankana Sahib amid unprecedented security arrangements. Arrive by ...
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