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US to gift Pak India-specific missiles
After three months of intense debate within the Bush administration over General Pervez Musharraf’s inability to deliver Osama bin Laden or his deputy to the Americans, Washington has finally decided that the answer to Pakistan’s double-dealing is to shower its military junta with mor ...  | Read.. 
 
Gap with govt widening, say Maoists
Communist rebels today acknowledged widening differences at peace talks with Nepal’s new government, accusing the ruling alliance of reneging on promises that could push ...  | Read.. 
 
Iran rejects US offer, will not halt nuclear plans
Iran today spurned a US offer of direct talks on its nuclear programme as major world powers sought agreement on incentives to coax it to scrap potentially weapons-related at ...  | Read.. 
 
Quake relief
Elderly Indonesian masseurs in the country’s earthquake devastated Java region have found themselves in high demand as traumatised survivors seek alternative treatment t ...  | Read.. 
 
‘We may not be fully human’
We may not be entirely human, gene experts said today after studying the DNA of hundreds of different kinds of bacteria in the human gut. ...  | Read.. 
 
Vatican to China: Stop meddling
The Vatican today told China not to interfere in the internal affairs of the Catholic Church, saying “social peace” in the communist country would benefit if religi ...  | Read.. 
 
Where is he': President George Bush at the US chamber of commerce in Washington. (Reuters)
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Bachelor prince is papa again
Prince Albert of Monaco has admitted fathering a second child born out of wedlock, the 14-year-old..  | Read.. 
New Orleans sinking: Study
New Orleans is a sinking city. ..  | Read.. 
 
Saudi women rise for veil
More than 500 women packed the Saudi capital’s Mai ...  | Read..