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Pakistan green light on 26/11 evidence

Islamabad has promised to allow Indian investigators access to 26/11 evidence and the accused lodged in Pakistani jails, apparently to try and clear the decks for an ice-breaking visit by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, sources said....   | Read..
 

Signs of shift on blasphemy decree

In a rare development, Pakistan police booked at least nine people in a blasphemy case for attacking and ransacking a Hindu temple in an impoverished neighbourhood of Kar...   | Read..
 

Bo Xilai’s son defends father

The youngest son of Bo Xilai, the former Communist Party leader who is expected to be tried on a wide range of criminal charges, has released a statement defending his fa...   | Read..
 
(Left) Bo Guagua, Bo Xilai
Bo Xilai’s son defends father