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People’s Prince

Who on earth, who heard the handicapped child Abdullah saying ‘I love you’, responding to Prince Sultan’s affectionate ‘Are you alright?’ wouldn't have been moved ?

Withdrawal of special powers for Army in Kashmir under review

Amid reports that the Army is opposed to withdrawal of controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from some areas of Jammu and Kashmir, Army Chief General V.K. Singh on Thursday said the issue is under the purview of the Home Ministry.

Mukesh Ambani richest Indian with $22 billion

India's richest are getting poorer, according to Forbes, as falling stock prices, corruption scandals in Asia's third-largest economy and a global slowdown wiped 20 per cent off the total value of the country's 100 wealthiest in the last year.

Alavi calls for Sri Lankan Muslims to participate in today’s janaza for Gaddafi

Condemn the West in no uncertain terms for the brutal killing of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, appealed Alavi Moulana, the veteran Sri Lanka’s trade union leader and the Governor of the Western Province.

Wounded Libyan Fighters To Receive U.S. Medical Care

US State Department announced that arrangements are being made to transport 24 seriously wounded Libyan fighters to Spaulding Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. An additional six critical cases will be transferred to Germany for immediate care.


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