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Qureshi’s India visit begins tomorrow
The mission is “continuation” of dialogue process between the two countries

Court puts off Pakistan by-poll
ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Wednesday postponed Thursday’s by-election in a Lahore constituency — from where Pakistan Muslim League (N) leader Nawaz Sharif was a candidate — pending its decision on the federal ...

Tsvangirai: time to reach political settlement
Calls for “armed peacekeepers” in Zimbabwe

Consensus in Nepal on amendment
KATHMANDU: The Seven Party Alliance (SPA) on Wednesday agreed to amend the interim Constitution to elect the President, Vice-President, Prime Minister and the Constituent Assembly’s Chairman. As per their signed draft, a simple ...

Soon, U.S. Army may have woman general
Washington: America could soon see its first woman promoted to the rank of a four-star general. Lieutenant General Ann Dunwoody has been nominated by U.S. President George Bush to lead the Army Materiel Command, which is in charge of arming ...

Obama pitches in for Hillary
WASHINGTON: Senator Barack Obama has asked his finance team to help Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton pay off a debt of at least $10 million from her failed presidential campaign, setting the stage for joint appearances by the two former rivals ...

Taliban kills 28 tribal leaders
Islamabad: The Pakistani Taliban has executed at least 28 tribal elders of a pro-government peace committee abducted two days ago from NWFP. Members of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, led by Baitullah Mehsud, kidnapped 30 members of the ...

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India & World
Bush wants progress on nuclear deal
Washington: Nudging India to get moving on the India-U.S. nuclear deal, the U.S. President, George W. Bush, wants to see progress in what he believes is a “very important agreement.” The latest U.S. reminder on the stalled ...




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