STUDENTS of a prominent seminary run by a cleric known as the “father of the Taliban” were involved in the 2007 assassination of former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, officials have told a court.
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Six people accused of burning three British tourists to death following riots in the Indian state of Gujarat in 2002 have been acquitted.
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INDIA said on Thursday (February 26) it would spend $137bn to modernise its crumbling railways, pledging to restore the “backbone” of the country to its former glory - and introduce yoga lessons for stressed-out staff.
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THE US government will allow spouses of certain high-tech foreign workers to apply for work permits, an accommodation designed to make things easier for families waiting in long lines for green cards.
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