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China-Pakistan in talks over n-power plant
Cooperation entirely for peaceful purposes: Beijing

Global spotlight on helping poor


U.S. exited recession in June 2009
Millions of people are still out of work, says President Obama

More efforts to reach miners
Copiago (Chile): The fastest of three drilling machines brought in to help rescue the 33 workers deep in a Chilean mine began boring into the Earth on Monday in its bid to reach the trapped men. Chilean President Sebastian Pinera was ...

Hung House in Sweden
STOCKHOLM: Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt pleaded for calm Monday after being re-elected at the head of a minority government and said he had until October to announce his government. In Sunday's vote, Mr. Reinfeldt's ...

Afghan team for dialogue with Taliban
DUBAI: With parliamentary elections out of the way on Saturday, the Afghan leadership is once again focusing on opening a dialogue with the Taliban. Waheed Omar, chief spokesman for Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai said on Monday a ...

DEMYSTIFYING A MYTH
Did Nefertiti's bust have a ‘botox' and ‘nose job'?


India & World
Manmohan welcomes new Oxford centre
LONDON: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has welcomed the establishment of what is claimed to be Europe's first major school of government at Oxford University, his alma mater. The Blavatnik School of Government, funded with a £75 ...

Indian nationals jailed for immigration scam





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