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Benazir asked U.S. for security, was turned away
CHENNAI: Two months before her assassination in December 2007, Benazir Bhutto's forebodings about her violent end and her suspicions that elements in the Musharraf regime were out to eliminate her, led the two-time Prime Minister to ask the ...
Pakistan's Punjab turning into hotbed of extremism, U.S. had warned
CHENNAI: While Pakistan's security establishment is yet to be convinced that militant groups like Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed need to be done away with, U.S. diplomats have long been sending worried messages back to Washington that ...
Nawaz Sharif too sought U.S. help to protect himself
NEW DELHI: Shaken by Benazir Bhutto's assassination in December 2007, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had approached the U.S. for advice and technical expertise to ensure his own security. The request was made about seven weeks before ...
Benazir spoke of terror camps, bid to oust her
CHENNAI: Four months before she was dismissed as Prime Minister of Pakistan for a second time, Benazir Bhutto spoke to U.S. officials about the existence of training camps that could be spawning terrorism, as well as an orchestrated plot to ...
Ariane-5 launches India's GSAT-8 from French Guiana
ISRO's facility at Hassan confirms reception of signals
Non-papers exchanged on Sir Creek issue
India, Pakistan discuss delimitation of their International Maritime Boundary
Karnataka Congress delegation calls on Manmohan Singh
NEW DELHI: Seeking to build a case against the continuation of the B.S. Yeddyurappa Ministry, a delegation of Karnataka Congress leaders on Saturday urged the Centre to take appropriate action on the report of the Governor recommending ...
33 get Cabinet rank in Mamata's Ministry
Mumbai journalist granted bail
MUMBAI: A magistrate court here on Saturday granted bail to a city journalist arrested by the Government Railway Police under the Official Secrets Act. Tarakant Dwivedi, alias Akela, was arrested on May 18 for his article in Mumbai ...
State-AAI meeting to discuss Chennai airport expansion
CHENNAI: Issues relating to expansion and modernisation of Chennai airport, and the delay in completing the first phase of the modernisation project, will be discussed at a high-level meeting here next Thursday. Top officials of the State ...
Kanimozhi to move High Court for bail
NEW DELHI: Rajya Sabha member Kanimozhi, who is under judicial custody in the Tihar Central Jail in the 2G case, will approach the Delhi High Court for bail. Addressing journalists outside the Patiala House Courts complex here on ...
Metro Rail agrees to cut number of stabling lines
This will reduce land to be acquired in Koyambedu market
‘I suspect collaboration' behind Osama's stay in Pakistan
Chidambaram on the implications for India of Abbottabad
Backing her man with impressive resources
Anne Sinclair was the driving force behind Dominique Strauss-Kahn's political ambitions
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