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    A first-person account by The Hindu’s Pakistan Correspondent who was close at hand

    “I will fight your war”
    RAWALPINDI: “I assure you that I will fight your war from now on,” Nawaz Sharif told grieving Benazir supporters outside the hospital. “I share your sorrow and grief along with the entire nation.” Mr. Sharif said ...

    Violence erupts in many cities
    Benazir was shot when she emerged through the sunroof of her vehicle

    Great tragedy, says Musharraf
    ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf condemned the assassination of Benazir Bhutto, describing it as a “tragedy,” and reiterated his resolve to combat extremists and terrorists until they were eliminated. “This is a ...

    Clark and Lee combine to put Australia in control
    Fine knock by Sachin Tendulkar; India has a formidable task ahead of it

    My wicket was the turning point: Tendulkar
    Melbourne: Sachin Tendulkar said his dismissal was the turning point on the second day of the first Test here at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. “The partnership we had (65 with Sourav Ganguly), if we had converted into a big one, it ...

    Vengsarkar concerned over falling standards
    Play Ranji games on neutral venues

    Services beats Railways, enters men’s final
    Dalip Kumar top-scored for the winner with 29

    Together we’ll save Pakistan, Benazir said at last rally
    Rawalpindi: The election rally that turned out to be Benazir Bhutto’s last was a thinly attended and unremarkable meeting. Among her last lines was a pledge that she and the people would together save Pakistan from the ravages of ...

    CWG: Countdown run on January 6
    NEW DELHI: The Organising Committee of the 2010 Commonwealth Games will attempt to provide a thrust to the mega event to be staged in the Capital by signalling the 1000-day countdown with a special run from Vijay Chowk to India Gate on January ...

    Shocked, horrified: Manmohan
    New Delhi: As news broke of the former Pakistan Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, the government asked the forces guarding the borders to remain vigilant. All State governments were advised by the Union Home Ministry to be ...

    Assassination roils U.S. presidential race
    Brings issue of terrorism back to the fore

    Twilight of deadly terror in Rawalpindi

    Benazir’s family leaves Dubai for Karachi
    DUBAI: The family of Ms. Bhutto left Dubai for Pakistan. Asif Zardari, husband and the children flew first to Karachi from where they will head for Rawalpindi. Shahid Masood, Group Executive Director of Pakistani satellite channel Geo ...

    World condemns Benazir assassination
    Leaders laud her bravery and commitment to democratic reform

    Shock, concern in India
    NEW DELHI: Political parties across the spectrum reacted almost in one voice of shock and dismay and concern about the political process in Pakistan as news about the assassination of former Pakistan Prime Minister and Pakistan People’s ...

    We will avenge her death: Sharif
    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Nawaz Sharif told angry PPP supporters at the Rawalpindi hospital where Ms. Bhutto’s body lay that he was with them and they would jointly avenge her death. Mr. Sharif, who was ...

    Cowardly act: Bush
    Washington: U.S. President George W Bush on Thursday demanded that those who were behind the “cowardly” killing of Ms. Bhutto must be brought to justice. Strongly condemning the assassination, a visibly tense Bush also ...

    Hindraf launches signature campaign
    SINGAPORE: The Hindu Rights Action Force on Thursday launched “a one-million signature campaign” for the release of five of its detained leaders and for the “equal rights” of the ethnic Indian minority in ...

    Develop as a knowledge hub, PM tells Goa
    PANAJI: Anticipating the emergence of the “knowledge worker” as the most valuable asset in the evolving knowledge economy, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has underlined the need to invest in technology and its related tools to ...

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