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No mediation on Kashmir: U.S.
Washington: Rejecting Pakistan’s latest plea for U.S. mediation on the Kashmir problem, the Obama administration on Friday said it understood the importance of the issue to both India and Pakistan but it had to be ultimately resolved ...

$1.5-billion aid approved
Washington: The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday approved nearly $1.5 billion of assistance to Pakistan to be spent under the Kerry-Lugar legislation that asks Islamabad cease support to terrorist groups on its soil and dismantle camps ...

Detained U.S. nationals wanted to join anti-India militant groups
ISLAMABAD: The five American nationals who came to Pakistan for jihad and were detained earlier this week, sought to join two anti-India militant groups, Jaish-e-Mohammed and the Lashkar-e-Toiba front organisation Jamat-ud-dawa, but were ...

China indicts high-profile dissident
BEIJING: One of China’s most high-profile dissidents was on Friday indicted on subversion charges for his strong calls for democratic reforms, according to his lawyer. Liu Xiabo, a former lawyer and university professor, was ...

Hu Jintao in Central Asia as China taps into gas reserves
MOSCOW: Chinese President Hu Jintao begins a historic visit to Central Asia on Saturday that will establish China as a dominant player in the energy-rich region. In Turkmenistan, where the Chinese leader arrives on Sunday from ...

Fonseka weighs in as common candidate
COLOMBO: With five days left for filing of nomination papers for the January 26 presidential election, the Sri Lankan Election Commission on Friday received the deposit on behalf of retired General Sarath Fonseka who is in the fray “as ...




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