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Hugo Chavez back to Venezuela after two months in Cuba
  Caracas: Four days after the Venezuelan government released his pictures to the public, President Hugo Chavez has finally arrived in his homeland after a hiatus of two months. Though, Chavez has not appeared in public yet as he is in Caracas&rsq...
Pope Benedict XVI calls for Roman Catholic Church to \'renew\', thousands flock to Angelus
  VATICAN CITY: Pope Benedict XVI called on the Roman Catholic Church and its faithful on Sunday to \"renew themselves\" as tens of thousands of pilgrims and tourists attended his penultimate Angelus prayers.  \"The church calls on all its member...
Maldives\' judicial watchdog denies making anti-India remarks
  Maldives has said a forged letter of the Judicial Services Commission was used by elements inimical to India to attack the Indian High Commissioner here in the midst of a controversy over former President Mohamed Nasheed taking refuge in the Indian M...
Assange sees legal defence in politics
  Canberra: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange regards his bid to become an Australian senator as a defence against potential criminal prosecution in the United States and Britain, a news website reported Monday. Assange spoke to The Conversation we...
Quetta blast: Hazaras deny burials till Pakistan military acts
  Quetta: Shocked and angry over the repeated bombings and killings targeting their community, the Hazara Shias in Pakistan’s Balochistan on Sunday held nationwide protests, insisting that they wouldn’t bury any dead bodies till the Pakista...
US warns North Korea against further \'provocative\' acts
  WASHINGTON: The United States Friday called on North Korea not to take any further provocative steps, as a US think tank said Pyongyang was preparing a launchpad that could pave the way to firing a long-range missile. Asked about media reports that ...
Pakistan tests 2nd N-missile in just 4 days
  ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Friday successfully tested the nuclear-capable Hatf-II ballistic missile with a range of 180 km, marking the second test of a missile system in four days as part of measures to evaluate the capabilities of its Strategic Forces....
High skilled immigration bill introduced in US Congress
  Washington: Targeting highly skilled talents from India and China, a bi-partisan group of US lawmakers have introduced a new bill in the Congress to create more than 125,000 new visas to attract global talents to America. The bill call...
Manhunt for ex-LAPD cop Christopher Dorner ends Last Updated: Thursday, February 14, 2013, 09:16
  California: The manhunt for fugitive former Los Angeles Police Department’s cop Christopher Dorner ended after a charred body was found Wednesday inside a cabin where he was believed to have been holed up. Although the body hasn’t be...
Pope Benedict XVI leads his last Ash Wednesday Mass
  Vatican City: Two days after announcing his resignation, Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday attended his last Mass in St. Peter\'s Basilica in Rome. As he presided over the solemn ceremony of Ash Wednesday, teary-eyed Bishops doffed their mitres and...
 
 
 
           
 
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