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Obama refuses to meet Zardari in Chicago

Washington, May 22: In a rebuff to Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, US president Barack Obama did not meet him on the margins of the NATO Summit in Chicago as the two countries failed to strike a deal on...

Suicide bomber kills 96 Yemen soldiers in Sanaa

Sanaa (Yemen), May 21: A Yemeni soldier packing powerful explosives under his uniform blew himself up in the middle of an army battalion in Sanaa on Monday, killing 96 troops and wounding around 300, a military official and medics...

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Historic Hindu temple vandalised in Pakistan

Islamabad, May 21: Unidentified men yesterday vandalised a historic Hindu temple in Peshawar city of northwest Pakistan that was reopened on the orders of a court last year, police officials and local residents said.

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Mark Zuckerberg marries long time girlfriend Priscilla Chan

New York, May 20: Facebook's billionaire founder Mark Zuckerberg updated his relationship status on his social networking site to 'married' - he has tied the knot with his long time girlfriend 27 year old Priscilla Chan in a private ceremony at his California home.

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Indian-origin man is first Muslim mayor of UK town

London, May 19: Indian-origin councillor Abdul Razak Osman has become the first Lord Mayor of the Islamic faith to hold the high office in the multi-cultural town of Leicester, which has a large minority of Indian origin people. Osman...

Gilani's son involved in brawl on board PIA flight: Report

Islamabad, May 19: The son of the Pakistani prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani allegedly caused a scene on board a flight from Lahore to Karachi, according to a local newspaper.

Ali Musa, Mr Gilani's son...

Facebook's IPO one of the world's largest, prices at $38 per share

New York, May 18: Facebook's initial public offering of stock is shaping up to be one of the largest ever. The world's definitive online social network is raising at least $16 billion for the company and its early investors...

Sikhs in turbans can now serve Washington police

Washington, May 17: Sikh police officers in the American capital will be allowed to wear turbans, beards and other religious items while on the job.

The new uniform policy announced by...

Osama bin Laden not killed by US, claims former CIA agent

Istanbul, May 16: Berkan Yashar, a Turkish politician and former US intelligence agent claimed that the American did not kill the al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and in fact, he died naturally, Russian media reported on Wednesday.

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Women must bathe less, shave heads to prevent AIDS spread, says Zimbabwean Senator

London, May 15: A Zimbabwean politician has asserted that women should be compelled to bathe less and shave off their hair to make them less attractive , which would help curb the spread of HIV.

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