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15 journalists killed in Pak in a year in line of duty
Fifteen journalists have been killed in the line of duty in the militancy-plagued Pakistan since may last year, marking one of the worst periods in the country\'s media history.

Posted on: 02-05-2009
SC lifts stay on Guj riot cases, sets up fast-track courts.
The Supreme Court today lifted the stay on trial of 2002 Gujarat riots cases and directed the setting up of fast track courts for holding it on a day-to-day basis.

Posted on: 01-05-2009
100 days on, Obamaís grave concern is Pak
US President Barack Obama says he is gravely concerned about the situation in Pakistan, but is confident the US can make sure that Islamabad\'s nuclear arsenal is secure in the face of an advancing Taliban.

Posted on: 30-04-2009
Sri Lanka says combat operations reach conclusion
Sri Lankan govt said that the combat operations in the northern parts of the island have concluded and security forces have been instructed to end the use of heavy calibre guns, combat aircraft and aerial weapons.

Posted on: 28-04-2009
13 children killed in bomb blast outside school in Pakistan
A bomb disguised as a toy outside a girls\' primary school exploded when children picked it up to play, killing 13 of them and wounding over 40 others in restive northwestern Pakistan\'s Dir district.

Posted on: 27-04-2009
20 dead as police clash with rebels in western Iran
Twenty people have been killed in clashes between rebels and Iranian police in the Kurdish-majority western province of Kermanshah, state television reported on Saturday.

Posted on: 26-04-2009
UN says nearly 6,500 civilians dead in Sri Lanka
Two top Indian officials met with Sri Lanka\'s president Friday to demand an immediate cease-fire in the bloody civil war as the U.N. reported that nearly 6,500 ethnic Tamil civilians were killed in the last three months of fighting.

Posted on: 24-04-2009
Sri Lanka pressed to halt conflict
Expressing concern for the humanitarian crisis in Sri Lanka, India and the United Nations have dispatched teams to help staunch what the UN calls a \"rapidly deteriorating situation\" as the army continues to battle Tamil separatists.

Posted on: 24-04-2009
Voters queue at dawn in South Africa elections
Voters began queueing before sunrise today in a South African parliamentary election that is expected to propel Jacob Zuma to the presidency.

Posted on: 23-04-2009
Jamaica: Police Arrest a Man Who Held Jetís Crew Hostage
The police and military stormed a Canadian airliner in Montego Bay on Monday

Posted on: 21-04-2009

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