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  • Pakistan – USA ties hit new low

    ISLAMABAD,Aug 8,(): US and Pakistan aviation are at loggerheads  after  the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)  rejected a US plea seeking permission for parking five of her planes at Benazir International Airport, Islamabad. The American Embassy had contacted Aviation Wing of the Ministry of Interior for acquisition of NOC, offering the ministry to use the planes…

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  • Osama killers not in Afghan plane hit

    Kabul, Aug9, (): General John R Allen, International Security Assistant Force Commander (ISAF) denied that any combat soldier  involved in the operation that led to killing of Osama Bin Laden were among the 30 US soldiers who were killed in the chopper crash. Taliban had claimed that it had hit the chopper. Among those killed…

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  • Gunman killed in U.S. after shooting eight

    Copley, Ohio, U.S., Aug 8 (): A man gunned down seven people outside an Ohio home in Sunday morning, and he was shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire with police, authorities said. The rampage which was apparently rooted in a domestic dispute left bodies strewn across, otherwise quiet street in Copley Township beginning…

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  • CAG reports stall Parliament

    New Delhi,Aug 8,(): CAG report on Mayawati Ministry and Shiela Dikshit ministry continued to rock both houses of Parliament. It adjourned for the day. In the Lok Sabha as Soon as Speaker Miera Kumar took up the question hour SP members moved to the well with newspaper reports of CAG indicting Mayawati ministry, Soon BSP…

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