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June 12, 2003

13 people were killed on Wednesday when a suicide bomb ripped through a bus on a busy street in central west Jerusalem.
January 11, 2004

Police have traced the prime accused in the alleged gang rape of a girl, who later committed suicide.
February 23, 2004

Benazir Bhutto said Abdul Qadeer Khan was "covering up" for President Pervez Musharraf by publicly confessing to transfe ...
February 17, 2004

Pakistan is interrogating Aizaz Jafri, a prominent Pakistani businessman detained along with six others, for allegedly a ...
February 17, 2004

Abdul Qadir Khan, publicly confessing on February 4 that he had clandestinely sent nuclear weapons material and informat ...
February 17, 2004

Dawood Ibrahim, reportedly living in Islamabad under heavy security has been undergoing plastic surgery to alter his loo ...
March 14, 2004

Everyone has criticised Inzamam-ul Haq for his decision to field first, including Imran Khan. But Rashid Latif fe ...
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April 15, 2004

Pallone has urged Musharraf to allow US to question Qadeer Khan about his role in nuclear proliferation.
April 17, 2004

Cong complained that the filmstar embraced Islam and was rechristened Dilawar Khan, but has filed his papers in his orig ...
May 2, 2004

Attacking the NDA and its allies, senior Congress leader Renuka Choudhary said NDA has no understanding of ground realit ...
June 1, 2004

Nadia Khan, 27-year-old assistant to noted filmmaker Kaizad Gustad, died on railway tracks and not in a road accident as ...
March 26, 2004

I am thinking hard about India's main bowler Zaheer Khan. He is the most experienced, yet still not at his best, writes ...
February 17, 2004

Khan spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy loyalty - writing cheques for anything from seminars to friends' wedd ...
February 19, 2004

B. S. A. Tahir, a prominent Malaysian businessman led two lives. One of a soft-spoken husband and other of a flashy n-sa ...
January 6, 2004

Pak Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali on Tuesday said he would visit India whenever it is required or is asked to.
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