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HindustanTimes Sat,25 Oct 2014

Europe

Daily Mirror hires fired journo Peter Arnett

'Fired by America for telling the truth,' said Daily Mirror in a front page headline, adding it had hired the 'legendary war reporter'.

'Iraq war may force N Korea to seek nukes'

The US-led war against Iraq is likely to push North Korea to develop nuclear weapons, a Russian deputy foreign minister has said.

'Pak nuclear proliferator visited Switzerland several times'

The Pakistani mastermind of a network that spread nuclear weapons technology visited Switzerland several times in recent decades, officials have said.

Khan's confession covered up for Musharraf: Bhutto

Benazir Bhutto said Abdul Qadeer Khan was "covering up" for President Pervez Musharraf by publicly confessing to transferring nuclear technology.

Manmohan Singh was a loner at Oxford, says former teacher

He was very quiet, not the sort who make great politicians," said Dr Ian Little, Manmohan Singh's supervisor at the Oxford University.

Britain moots tougher English test for new immigrants

New migrants will have to meet a defined minimum standard of English or take a compulsory course of the language and citizenship classes.

Manmohan-Musharraf meet pledges peace

Holding their first summit meeting, the two leaders reiterated their commitment to continue bilateral dialogue, writes S Rajagopalan.

Labour leaders laud role of Indians in Britain

Senior leaders of Britain's ruling Labour Party have lauded the contribution of people of Indian origin to the country.

Indians in Russia pay tribute to Gandhi

Members of Indian community in Russia led by Ambassador Kanwal Sibal paid floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on his birth anniversary on Saturday.

Two Indian students win prizes at Polish art contest

Two students from Hyderabad have won prizes at the 11th International Biennale of Children and Youth Graphic Art.

5 NRIs killed in cold blood

London-based businessman Amarjit Chohan, his mother-in-law, wife and two children, were victims of a plot to hijack a firm and turn it into a front for drug smuggling.

Powell: Bush will continue aggressive foreign policy

US President George W Bush will continue his 'aggressive' foreign policy and will not hesitate to act alone, Powell said.

NRI in fake Viagra rap

UK-based NRI was found guilty of manufacturing fake viagra in a secret factory in London.

Eyeing US? Think again

Physical location is a cliche in today's world and certainly not a barrier to innovation, say NRI achievers.
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