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Most plot trails lead to Pak
Pervez Musharraf may have earned a pat from Tony Blair but almost every trail in the foiled plot to bomb planes is leading to someone with a Pakistani connection. ...  | Read.. 
 
Baggage blow to duty-free shops
The ban on carrying liquids and cosmetics into the aircraft is likely to hit sales at duty-free shops in international airports. ...  | Read.. 
 
Civilians killed in axe-gun mix-up
A civilian and a teenaged girl accompanying him were shot dead before daybreak today by troops who mistook the axe on his shoulder to be a militant’s weapon. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pepsi uncorks charm, CSE cool
Soft drinks giant ready for talks and fresh norms but NGO smells ‘ploy’
Another cola giant has spoken up — and in a more conciliatory tone — but the froth is still flying. ...  | Read.. 
 
A passenger drinks as much water as she can before discarding her bottle and entering the security checkpoint at Dulles International Airport in the U ...  | Read
 
 
I am neither his tutor nor his coach... I am a toddler

Amar Singh
on Natwar Singh
Alert: Hyper to hypothesis
Caught between a hyperactive US embassy in New Delhi and a circumspect state department here, t ...  | Read..
Grass peels away veil from ‘shameful’ Nazi past
Germany was rocked by revelations last night that Günter Grass, its greatest living author and doy ...  | Read..