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North Korea delivers nuclear papers
SINGAPORE: North Korea has delivered 18,000 pages of data on its nuclear weapons programme; and a delegation of five U.S. officials, carrying these documents in sealed boxes, crossed over to South Korea across the de-militarised zone on ...

Gordon Brown gets survival tips from Blair
LONDON: In a delicious political irony, embattled British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is said to be getting secret survival tips from the man he ousted from Downing Street barely a year ago after a bitter and very public spat. It has ...

‘Several’ militants killed
KABUL: The U.S.-led coalition said its troops were attacked while searching compounds on Friday in the Shinwar district of Nangarhar province. “Several militants were killed” and nine insurgents were arrested, it said in a ...

Six held for rail accident
BEIJING: Six persons, including a former local railway official, have been detained over a train collision on April 28 that killed 72 and injured 416 in China’s Shandong province, the Ministry of Railways said on Saturday. ...

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Proposals on Kashmir “half-baked”
“Core issue” must be settled in line with U.N. resolutions, says Gillani

I have advised Musharraf to stop execution: Gillani
“I personally believe Sarabjit should be pardoned”

India, U.S. narrowing gap on Doha round: Kamal Nath
New York: India and the U.S. are increasing their level of convergence on the contentious issues of farm subsidies and market access under the much-delayed Doha Round of negotiations for a global trade deal, Commerce and Industry Minister ...




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