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Balochistan trouble concerns US, S Arabia too
January 16, 2006
The trouble in Balochistan, by a series of contiguities, links up with the central theatres of concern to Saudi Arabia, ...
Koenigs is new UN special envoy for Kabul
January 4, 2006
Tom Koenigs, who serves as a commissioner for human rights policy in Germany, succeeds Jean Arnault of
Pierre Darmon wins Davis Cup Award of Excellence
December 1, 2002
Pierre Darmon, a member of
's Davis Cup team for 12 years, was named here Friday as the 2002 winner of the Davis C ...
US bans France, Germany from rebuilding Iraq
April 4, 2003
US Congress has banned
, Germany and Russia from taking part in Iraq's reconstruction bids.
France to part fund coastal protection project in Karnataka
July 3, 2003
has come forward to fund one-third cost of pilot project of protecting coast from sea erosion in Karnataka using ...
Heat hits Europe, Britain eyes 100-degree record
July 15, 2003
Sun-drenched tourists sought solace in the fountains of Rome and Tour de
cyclists peeled back their bodysuits on ...
Three dead, sixty injured as storms hit southwest France
July 16, 2003
Three people were killed and sixty others injured as fierce storms battered southwest
late Tuesday, police said.
Tamarine takes US Open ouster in stride
September 1, 2003
Tamarine Tanasugarn could not lift her game to match
's Amelie Mauresmo, but her bid for a quarter-final berth at ...
Clijsters and Mauresmo face another US Open duel
September 1, 2003
If world number one Kim Clijsters is going to reach her first US Open semi-final, she is going to have to overcome the w ...
Sebastien Grosjean (France)
May 22, 2003
Sebastien Grosjean (
Superpower or not, France supports India
November 18, 2003
keeps its firm hold on its own seat in the SC but has been one of the louder P-5 voices calling for SC reform. Ad ...
Sikhs urge PM to intervene in turban ban
January 3, 2004
Under the proposed law in
, Muslim girls will not be able to wear headscarves or veils in school while the Jews wi ...
French Sikhs battle for their turbans
January 13, 2004
As part of a struggle to separate religion from the state,
is poised to pass a law banning religious symbols from ...
Armstrong sets record straight
December 29, 2004
The American won the Tour de
for a record sixth time, but history-making and speeches made way for scandal and tr ...
Arcelor bid: Chirac denies racism against Mittal
February 20, 2006
He said that
has absolutely nothing against a non-European taking over a European company.
Why and how has multicultural India become racist?
Over 2,000 cases of theft in Delhi Metro in past four years
Apple India runs out of iPhone 6 as nation shops in festive spirit
PT Usha accepts Modi's invite to get Gujarat athletes up and running
Up to it? Try these questions for admission to Oxford University
BJP sends Kejriwal photos of dirty toilets
Jayalalithaa to walk out anytime now, release order reaches Bangalore jail
Black money info cannot be disclosed to all: Centre
Anushka Sharma one up on Aamir Khan, makes better use of the transistor
Assembly elections verdict is out: it's Narendra Modi vs the rest
BJP ready to do whatever it takes to form next govt in Maharashtra
Sensex gains 392 points on oil and gas reforms, BJP's stellar show
Pritam Munde wins by record 7 lakh votes, thin margin of 3 for Cong MLA
Congress decimation a repeat of Lok Sabha polls; it needs to buoy up
Nigeria doubtful of girls' release after Boko Haram 'truce' breached
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