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PPP spokesperson rubbishes government version, says Benazir had bullet wounds
No official word on postponement of polls
ISLAMABAD: There is no official word yet on postponement of the January 8 elections in Pakistan, and the government has said it will consult the Pakistan People’s Party and other political parties before deciding this. But informed ...
Top HuJI militant held
KOLKATA: In a joint operation, the West Bengal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) and the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (UPSTF) have arrested Aftab Alam Ansari, a top militant belonging to the Harkat-ul-Jehad-Islami . Ansari is ...
Daily life on hold in Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Normal life in violence-hit major Pakistani cities remained crippled on Saturday with shops, businesses and educational institutions being virtually shut to mourn the assassination of former Premier Benazir Bhutto. People were ...
Al-Qaeda denies role
Against our tradition to attack women, it says
Islamists within ISI may have aided Benazir assassination, analysts fear
Elements of Pakistan’s intelligence services are believed to have been involved in a string of bombings
SEZ: relief in Goa as protesters put off decision
PANAJI: The uncertainty over the New Year celebrations in the coastal tourist State of Goa came to an end on Saturday with the groups agitating against the special economic zone (SEZ) projects deciding to wait till January 2 to decide their ...
Maoists set to rejoin government
Kathmandu: The Maoists in Nepal are set to rejoin the government after the interim Parliament voted to abolish the 238-year old monarchy, a key demand of the former rebels which had led to a political deadlock in the country. ...
Australian victory march continues
India’s defeat confirms the enormity of the task that faces it
An easy opener for Rafael Nadal
Marcos Baghdatis will face 114th-ranked Haase
Mars faces asteroid hit
LOS ANGELES: The chance of a football field-sized asteroid ploughing into Mars next month has been increased to 4 per cent, scientists said after analysing archival data. Though still a small chance, some researchers are hoping for a ...
The year when computers finally reach kids
Two international models are ready for roll-out in Indian schools
ZCubes will soon have innovative web-driven spreadsheet
It will support nearly 1,000 mathematical functions
Tirupur district shortly: Karunanidhi
Congress leader fires a fresh salvo
Seeks details of schemes implemented in Rangasamy’s constituency
Corporation to prepare report on OSR lands
Chennai: The Chennai Corporation will prepare a document on open space reservation (OSR) lands in the city and what they are being used for, Mayor M. Subramanian said on Saturday. The Land and Estates department of the Corporation will ...
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